tough day for secondary stars for "classic" sitcoms. bon voyage to the professor and reuben kincaid.

- dave 1-16-2014 10:44 pm

Laugh in was not another 70's show, it was 60's. Then there was love American style, that was all class! Imdb for other second banana work.
- bill 1-16-2014 11:27 pm [add a comment]

according to this imdb you speak of, laugh-in ran from 67-73 but it certainly seemed quintessentially 60s. i have only the vaguest recollection of catching a few in syndication as well for love, american style whose repeats got shoehorned in between gameshows in the morning and cartoons in the afternoon along with the likes of bewitched, my three sons, i dream of jeannie, get smart, make room for daddy, the dick van dyke show, the partridge family and that girl. otherwise it was soap operas on the major networks if that was your thing. im talking maybe 75 - 83.

- dave 1-17-2014 12:37 am [add a comment]

Ok that's right. Goldie was just there in the 60's . Tomlin was 70's laugh in. Cast
- bill 1-17-2014 2:35 am [add a comment]

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