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R.I.P. Ed Asner, TV legend, star of The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Lou Grant

He held the record for the most Emmy awards of any male performer and shaped Chicago's improv ...more

R.I.P. Charlie Watts of the Rolling Stones

The legendary drummer was 80 years old.

9 things you never knew about Ken Berry of Mayberry R.F.D.

Learn about his connections to Star Trek, The Brady Bunch, and I Love Lucy.

R.I.P. Don Everly, one half of the pioneering pop duo The Everly Brothers

The frequent Ed Sullivan Show singer and Beatles influencer was 84.

Remember these roast beef restaurants that were big back in the day?

Here's what happened to Rax, Heap, RoBee's, and the rest.

Dick Van Dyke influenced and assisted this Marvel hit show

He even convinced them to film an episode in front of a live studio audience!

17 vintage back to school ads you would never see today

Back in the day, you couldn't go to campus without bowties, bell-bottoms, sugar, and jazz.

Andy Griffith bombed on The Ed Sullivan Show

Even the famous Andy Griffith had a few stumbles along the way.

R.I.P. Jane Withers, Golden Age child actor and beloved star of 1960s commercials

She co-starred with Shirley Temple and received a teddy bear from President Roosevelt.

18 awesome ads for 1970s albums you probably did not buy

We dig through the bargain bins of the disco decade for some obscure records that did not quite ...more

Lucy and Desi were the first to use a modern teleprompter on television

'I Love Lucy' writer Jess Oppenheimer invented the vital TV tool.

R.I.P. Jackie Mason, the comedian who famously feuded with Ed Sullivan

The Emmy-winning actor had a career that spanned over half a century.

8 rippin’, roarin’ facts about 'Daniel Boone'

Don't call him Fess in France.

A new in-depth documentary about Mary Tyler Moore is coming next year

‘Being Mary’ will tell the behind-the-scenes story of a television icon.

8 things you never knew about Meredith MacRae of My Three Sons and Petticoat Junction

She helped an NFL icon act and became an award-winning interviewer.

R.I.P. Charlie Robinson, who played Mac on 'Night Court'

He was the lovable court clerk in cardigan sweaters, though not the first clerk on the sitcom.

R.I.P. William Smith, muscleman actor of Laredo and Hawaii Five-O

The bodybuilder duked it out with Clint Eastwood and later played Arnold's dad.

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