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Audio recording of the intro for  “Beat The Clock” with Bud Collyer.

ArtistTelevision Themes
TitleBeat The Clock
AlbumGame Shows
TV Guide - August 28 - September 3, 1954
Roxanne (Dolores Rosedale)  (3/20/1928 -    )   The assistant to Bud Collyer on the game show, "Beat The Clock", from 1952 to 1955

TV Guide - August 28 - September 3, 1954

Roxanne (Dolores Rosedale)  (3/20/1928 -    )   The assistant to Bud Collyer on the game show, "Beat The Clock", from 1952 to 1955

CBS Television Presents Tom Terrific

Published by Pines Comics

Issues # 1 - #6  - Summer 1957 - Fall 1958

"Tom Terrific" was a daily segment of “Captain Kangaroo” originally shown from  1957 - 1958 and for years thereafter in re-runs There were 26 episodes created by Terrytoons. 

Dell Comics  - 1956 - 1958

"Captain Kangaroo" comics by Dell.  The first was published in 1956, the second in 1957 and the last one in 1958. 

Dell Comics -  1954

Just a sampling of the "I Love Lucy" comic series that ran from 1954 to 1962 for 35 issues. 

Dell Comics    circa early 1950’s

Super Circus featuring Mary Hartline

Also on the cover are Claude Kirchner and the clowns Scampy, Cliffy and Nicky.

"TV Goes Wild Over Westerns"

"Life" magazine 10/29/1957

Time Magazine - March 30, 1959
Feature Article:  The Six Gun Galahad
Cover story featured television westerns and their stars.
"Gunsmoke" featuring James Arness as Matt Dillon
"Have Gun Will Travel" featuring Richard Boone as Palladin
"Wagon Train" featuring Ward Bond as Major Seth Adams
"Bat Masterson" with Gene Barry As Bat.
"The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp" featuring Hugh O”Brian as Wyatt.
“Tales of Wells Fargo” Featuring Dale Robertson as Jim Hardie
"Maverick" with James Garner as Bret Maverick

Time Magazine - March 30, 1959

Feature Article:  The Six Gun Galahad

Cover story featured television westerns and their stars.

Sgt Bilko for Camel Cigarettes 

Life Magazine ads from the mid 1950’s featuring Phil Silvers as Master Sergeant Ernest G Bilko, Maurice Gosfield as Pvt. Duane Doberman, Allan Melvin as Cp[ Steve Henshaw  and Paul Ford as Col. John T Hall. 

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An audio recording of Steve Allen’s opening of the first episode of “Tonight” in 1954. 

TitleThe Tonight Show with Steve Allen