TV Posts Tagged as '1950s'
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I Love Lucy Christmas Special (2017) in Color
Woman empowerment is obtained by walking forward while doing it "your" way. Lucy created a path... whether you walked behind her or beside her...we should have surpassed her by now. No one has.
The color is candy. 15-Dec-2018
Color only adds adornment to an American sweet as we celebrate more classic detail. 23-Dec-2017
Wagon Train (1959)
"The Elizabeth McQueeny Story"
You'd think of nothing exciting when you hear Bette Davis and cowboys, unless she was pulling them (as she becomes one of them.) This episode is meant to be kind to her and she returns it. She's the guest star to a series that brandished established talent and they lent her the lens so she could show it off. It is vexing to realize that what the pioneers fought for is what we for today. Betty wins because she touches upon the art that made her great, serving up concoctions and fragrances that we celebrated and adds a new spin from a grander woman. She even dances for us and enjoys it. 29-Apr-2017
Dennis the Menace (1959 - 1963)
Dennis never endears himself to us and its either meant to be or North had one too many elocution lessons. It's not easy to binge-watch as there are way too many episodes. There is a time when the kids take a backseat especially for the antics of the first Mr. Wilson. It is a good history lesson. I found out that immigrants actually didn't take jobs away from any adults as those were chores they gave to boys to keep them out of trouble. This is the family conservatives are dying to revive, where retired men spend most of their time playing with flowers, fish and little boys. 23-Feb-2016
Leave It To Beaver (1957-1963)
Family fantasy. 21-Jul-2017
I Love Lucy (1951-1957)
Comfort Food 21-Jul-2017