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America might love the Addams Family at Christmas more than Halloween
Hundreds of families requested to use this Charles Addams Christmas comic for their holiday cards
The Addams Family tree expanded due to Cousin Itt's popularity
Do you remember Aunt Trivia and Cousin Crimp?
John Astin was initially afraid he couldn't do justice to Gomez Addams
"There was no one I wanted for the part of Gomez other than Astin," said series creator David Levy.
13 altogether ooky facts about 'The Addams Family'
Learn how Jodie Foster, asbestos and the color pink all relate to the creepy, kooky clan.
R.I.P. Eddie Mekka, Carmine "The Big Ragu" Ragusa from Laverne & Shirley
He also appeared in a scene-stealing dance number with Madonna in "A League of Their Own". He
R.I.P. Richard Lee-Sung, a M*A*S*H actor who actually served in the Korean War
The Texas native was a bartender in Chinatown before becoming a guest star in the 4077th.
8 boss disc jockeys of the 1960s. Did you listen to any of them?
Turn the dial back half a century and dig these pioneers and promoters of rock & roll.
Decades Presents: A Thanksgiving Roast
Join us this Thanksgiving for a marathon of laughs!
R.I.P Art LaFleur, actor in baseball classics ‘The Sandlot’ and ‘Field of Dreams’
The Indiana native also appeared in M*A*S*H and Hill Street Blues among many others.
11 photos of your favorite TV stars before they were famous
Lucy, Carol and Andy all had to start somewhere.
R.I.P. Gavan O’Herlihy, Richie’s older brother, Chuck, in Happy Days
He reunited with Ron Howard years later for the movie Willow and played the memorable gang leader
14 forgotten syndicated TV shows of the 1960s
These skydivers, cowboy detectives and deep sea divers didn't need a major network.
Carl Reiner explained why he didn't play Rob Petrie on The Dick Van Dyke Show
He lost out to "maybe the most talented man ever on television."
12 crispy, salty snack foods from the 1960s
You may have forgotten about these bygone chips and crackers, but your taste buds have not.
How the forgotten Bill Dana Show bred beloved characters for Lost in Space and Get Smart
Jonathan Harris and Don Adams honed their onscreen personas on this buried sitcom.
How Lucille Ball saved 'Star Trek' before it began
The original queen of comedy is the reason Star Trek exists today.
10 unintentionally terrifying vintage Halloween ads you can't unsee
They were aiming for cute and fun but ended up with creepy and frightening.
10 classic 'I Love Lucy' moments that apply to your everyday life
Lucille Ball created some of the most iconic moments in television history. Naturally, these moments
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