➳ CLASSIC TELEVISION SHOWS
SuperCowboy62's Channel
SuperCowboy62's Channel
 ➳ CLASSIC TELEVISION SHOWS
SuperCowboy62's Channel
SuperCowboy62 and hubertgunpowder are now friends
1 month ago
SuperCowboy62 has uploaded a new video
39.Rub-a-Dub-Dub... Three Spies in a Sub
39.Rub-a-Dub-Dub... Three Spies in a Sub
1 month ago . watch video
SuperCowboy62 has uploaded a new video
Fangface 103 The Shocking Creature Feature [Dr_Toons]
Fangface 103 The Shocking Creature Feature [Dr_Toons]
11 months ago . watch video
SuperCowboy62 has uploaded a new video
Fangface 102 A Creep From The Deep [Dr_Toons]
Fangface 102 A Creep From The Deep [Dr_Toons]
11 months ago . watch video
SuperCowboy62 has uploaded a new video
Fangface 101 A Heap Of Trouble [Dr_Toons]
Fangface 101 A Heap Of Trouble [Dr_Toons]
11 months ago . watch video
SuperCowboy62 and JeanneDArc are now friends
11 months ago
SuperCowboy62 has uploaded a new video
Bigfoot and Wildboy - Return of the Vampire (1979)
Bigfoot and Wildboy - Return of the Vampire (1979)
1 year ago . watch video
SuperCowboy62 has uploaded a new video
The Solarnauts Pilot (1967)
The Solarnauts Pilot (1967)
1 year ago . watch video
SuperCowboy62 has uploaded a new video
The Lost Saucer - The Tiny Years - Sid and Marty Krofft
The Lost Saucer - The Tiny Years - Sid and Marty Krofft
1 year ago . watch video
SuperCowboy62 has uploaded a new video
The Lost Saucer - Beautiful Downtown Atlantis - Sid and Mart
The Lost Saucer - Beautiful Downtown Atlantis - Sid and Mart
1 year ago . watch video
SuperCowboy62 has uploaded a new video
The Lost Saucer - Transylvania 2300 - Sid and Marty Krofft
The Lost Saucer - Transylvania 2300 - Sid and Marty Krofft
1 year ago . watch video
SuperCowboy62 has uploaded a new video
The Lost Saucer Episode 3 My Fair Robot 1975
The Lost Saucer Episode 3 My Fair Robot 1975
1 year ago . watch video
SuperCowboy62 has uploaded a new video
The Lost Saucer 894X2RY713, I Love You 1975
The Lost Saucer 894X2RY713, I Love You 1975
1 year ago . watch video
SuperCowboy62 and SegaSaturnGamer48 are now friends
2 years ago
SuperCowboy62 and BAYONET are now friends
2 years ago

Views: 172
Comments: 3
 

39.Rub-a-Dub-Dub... Three Spies in a Sub
Videos(263)
25:05
21:02
21:03
Views: 1,174
Comments: 1
 
25:15
Views: 483
Comments: 0
 
22:54
23:45
22:32
22:29
Views: 402
Comments: 0
 
28:41
29:01
21:10
Views: 372
Comments: 0
 
25:42
Views: 427
Comments: 0
 
25:36
Views: 466
Comments: 1
 
05:05
Views: 509
Comments: 0
 
05:06
Views: 1,348
Comments: 2
 
25:32
Views: 767
Comments: 0
 
20:02
Views: 2,221
Comments: 1
 
20:07
Views: 2,279
Comments: 1
 
25:32
23:38
23:51
Views: 436
Comments: 0
 
21:06
22:42
Views: 490
Comments: 0
 
20:05
06:27
Views: 578
Comments: 0
 
20:37
15:19
Views: 704
Comments: 1
 
23:27
Views: 622
Comments: 2
 
22:09
Views: 552
Comments: 0
 
21:07
Views: 616
Comments: 0
 
22:29
Views: 537
Comments: 3
 
22:53
Views: 512
Comments: 1
 
22:44
Views: 552
Comments: 1
 
21:07
Views: 568
Comments: 0
 
21:42
Views: 857
Comments: 1
 
21:41
Views: 959
Comments: 4
 
21:41
Views: 673
Comments: 0
 
21:42
Views: 1,114
Comments: 0
 
24:15
Views: 666
Comments: 3
 
21:41
Views: 922
Comments: 0
 
23:56
Views: 609
Comments: 0
 
23:51
23:59
22:43
Views: 5,203
Comments: 1
 
21:03
Views: 620
Comments: 0
 
22:07
Views: 664
Comments: 0
 
22:12
Views: 475
Comments: 0
 
11:23
11:23
Views: 763
Comments: 1
 
23:10
Views: 608
Comments: 4
 
22:07
Views: 1,144
Comments: 0
 
20:37
Photos(0)
SuperCowboy62
Member
Flag This User — cancel
Select the category that most closely reflects your concerns so we can review it and determine if it violates the Society Guidelines
➳ CLASSIC TELEVISION SHOWS
Name: SuperCowboy62

Channel Views: 9,955

Upload Views: 330,481

Subscribers: 29

User: Offline


Welcome, I will be putting up a few old TV shows time to time, mostly Premier Episodes of past old TV shows. I will try and be by a few times a week. Enjoy!

Television first became commercialized in the U.S. in the early 1950s, initially by RCA (through NBC, which it owned) and CBS. A number of different broadcast systems had been developed through the end of the 1930s. The National Television System Committee (NTSC) standardized on a 525-line broadcast in 1941 that would provide the basis for TV across the country through the end of the century. Television development halted with the onset of World War II, but pioneers returned to the airwaves when that conflict ended.

Western films often depict conflicts with Native Americans. While early Eurocentric Westerns frequently portray the ”Injuns” as dishonorable villains, the later and more culturally neutral Westerns (notably those directed by John Ford) gave native Americans a more sympathetic treatment. Other recurring themes of Westerns include Western treks or perilous journeys (e.g. Stagecoach) or groups of bandits terrorising small towns such as in The Magnificent Seven.

Early Westerns were mostly filmed in the studio, just like other early Hollywood films, but when location shooting became more common from the 1930s, producers of Westerns used desolate corners of Arizona, California, Colorado, Kansas, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, or Wyoming. Productions were also filmed on location at movie ranches.

Often, the vast landscape becomes more than a vivid backdrop; it becomes a character in the film. After the early 1950s, various wide screen formats such as cinemascope (1953) and VistaVision used the expanded width of the screen to display spectacular Western landscapes. John Ford’s use of Monument Valley as an expressive landscape in his films from Stagecoach (1939) to Cheyenne Autumn (1965) ”present us with a mythic vision of the plains and deserts of the American West, embodied most memorably in Monument Valley, with its buttes and mesas that tower above the men on horseback, whether they be settlers, soldiers, or Native Americans.”

Member Since
07-01-2013
Male
0 Likes
First Name
RAY
About Me
⚑ The link below features all TV series now on DVD, and any other past series currently going to DVD.
Country
 United States
Favorite Movies & Shows
Classic TV Shows
SuperCowboy62
Member
Flag This User — cancel
Select the category that most closely reflects your concerns so we can review it and determine if it violates the Society Guidelines
➳ CLASSIC TELEVISION SHOWS
Name: SuperCowboy62

Channel Views: 9,955

Upload Views: 330,481

Subscribers: 29

User: Offline


Welcome, I will be putting up a few old TV shows time to time, mostly Premier Episodes of past old TV shows. I will try and be by a few times a week. Enjoy!

Television first became commercialized in the U.S. in the early 1950s, initially by RCA (through NBC, which it owned) and CBS. A number of different broadcast systems had been developed through the end of the 1930s. The National Television System Committee (NTSC) standardized on a 525-line broadcast in 1941 that would provide the basis for TV across the country through the end of the century. Television development halted with the onset of World War II, but pioneers returned to the airwaves when that conflict ended.

Western films often depict conflicts with Native Americans. While early Eurocentric Westerns frequently portray the ”Injuns” as dishonorable villains, the later and more culturally neutral Westerns (notably those directed by John Ford) gave native Americans a more sympathetic treatment. Other recurring themes of Westerns include Western treks or perilous journeys (e.g. Stagecoach) or groups of bandits terrorising small towns such as in The Magnificent Seven.

Early Westerns were mostly filmed in the studio, just like other early Hollywood films, but when location shooting became more common from the 1930s, producers of Westerns used desolate corners of Arizona, California, Colorado, Kansas, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, or Wyoming. Productions were also filmed on location at movie ranches.

Often, the vast landscape becomes more than a vivid backdrop; it becomes a character in the film. After the early 1950s, various wide screen formats such as cinemascope (1953) and VistaVision used the expanded width of the screen to display spectacular Western landscapes. John Ford’s use of Monument Valley as an expressive landscape in his films from Stagecoach (1939) to Cheyenne Autumn (1965) ”present us with a mythic vision of the plains and deserts of the American West, embodied most memorably in Monument Valley, with its buttes and mesas that tower above the men on horseback, whether they be settlers, soldiers, or Native Americans.”

Member Since
07-01-2013
Male
0 Likes
First Name
RAY
About Me
⚑ The link below features all TV series now on DVD, and any other past series currently going to DVD.
Country
 United States
Favorite Movies & Shows
Classic TV Shows
Comments (91)

Login to comment