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Petticoat Junction

Petticoat Junction was about Kate Bradley, who ran the Shady Rest Hotel, which was located near the farming valley of Hooterville. The only way to reach the place was by the Hooterville Cannonball, an old train which made regular stops along the way.

Petticoat Junction - The opening scenes with the train and water tower were filmed  right down the road at Railtown.

Petticoat Junction There's a little Hotel called the Shady Rest at the junction. That's Uncle Joe and he's moving kind of slow at the junction, Petticoat Junction! (Next town over from Hooterville!

Do you remember where you were?

Walk on the moon - 1969 I remember when this actually was happening - I remember watching it on TV.

Come ride the little train that is going down the track to the junction ~~ Petticoat Junction!!

Come ride the little train that is going down the track to the junction ~~ Petticoat Junction!

Remember when

The shoe salesman sat on this and you put your foot on the front to try on shoes at the shoe store. ~~ "The Talking Tree" Childrens Shoe Store

Trained by animal trainer and breeder Frank Inn, Tramp went on and played the role of ''Tramp the dog'' the family dog on the television series, "My Three Sons" (1960-1972), starring Fred MacMurray. His urn was placed in the casket of Frank Inn. Forest Lawn Memorial Park, LA.

Trained by animal trainer and breeder Frank Inn, Tramp went on and played the role of ''Tramp the dog'' the family dog on the television series, "My Three Sons" starring Fred MacMurray.

1960's

Vintage Bell Telephone Ad - oh how I wanted a princess phone like my sister's Barbie had!

Amava esses chicletinhos coloridos. Separava por cores. Kkkkkk

SSCase design Vintage Chiclets Fruit Gum Cowboy Pack Soft Plastic Protected Case for Samsung Galaxy Edge - Black -- Awesome products selected by Anna Churchill

Chips tv show from the 70's

CHiPs - California highway patrol - officers Ponch and Jon.

1950S Popular TV Shows | Whats My Line? (1950) TV Series (1950 - 1967) - ShareTV

Early TV game show "What's My Line" Pictured are panelists Dorothy Kilgallen, Steve Allen, Arlene Francis, and Bennett Cerf. Host was John Daly. Blindfolds were worn by the panelists during "mystery guest" segment.

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