Five best classic TV shows

There’s nothing quite like going back in time and reliving your youth. These old TV shows were widely popular at the time of their release, and their legacies continue to live in the hearts of people today, across generations. Today, we’re reviving five best funny TV shows from the past.

Popeye the Sailor Man,‘ I Yam What I Yam’ (1933)

This is first-ever episode of the popular TV series Popeye The Sailor Man, featuring jazz-age flapper Betty Boop.

Looney Tunes, compilation (1938)

A 90-minute compilation of the classic black-and-white Warner Bros cartoons, featuring the whole cast of memorable characters, including Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and Rudolph and Petey.

The Three Stooges, ‘I Can Hardly Wait’(1943)

Moe, Larry and Curly go home for a nice meal and a rest before going back into work, but when Curly hurts his tooth, Moe and Larry take it upon themselves to get down to the root of the problem.

I Love Lucy, ‘The Moustache’(1951)

Lucy is desperate to make Ricky shave off his new moustache. In order to take revenge, she glues a moustache and beard onto her face.

The Flinstones, ‘The Blessed Event’(1963)

Wilma is expecting a baby any day now and Fred is in overdrive, so Betty suggests taking a practice-run of leaving for the hospital. Everything is going to plan – until the real thing!

What were your favourite old time TV shows?

Amelia Theodorakis
Amelia Theodorakis
A writer and communications specialist with eight years’ in startups, SMEs, not-for-profits and corporates. Interests and expertise in gender studies, history, finance, banking, human interest, literature and poetry.
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