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R.I.P. Luke Perry, heartthrob star of 'Beverly Hills, 90210'
The television actor passed away at 52 after a stroke.
R.I.P. Katherine Helmond of Soap, Who's the Boss? and Coach
On February 23, Katherine Helmond passed away at the age of 89.
R.I.P. Lisa Seagram, who honeymooned in The Beverly Hillbillies cabin and poisoned Batman on TV
She also featured in the only color episode of Perry Mason.
R.I.P. Beverley Owen, the original Marilyn Munster and first Munster ever seen onscreen
On February 21, the actor passed away at the age of 81.
11 rare color photos from the set of "I Love Lucy"
Have you ever wondered what your favorite scenes from "I Love Lucy" would look like in color?
The Monkees share ''heartbroken'' goodbyes to ''brother'' Peter Tork
Micky Dolenz and Michael Nesmith took to social media to remember Tork.
R.I.P. Morgan Woodward, who guest-starred in a record 19 episodes of 'Gunsmoke'
The first man to undergo the "Vulcan mind meld" died at 93.
R.I.P. Peter Tork of The Monkees
On February 21, Peter Tork passed away at the age of 77.
Cheryl Ladd recently revealed why she originally said ''no thank you'' to Charlie's Angels
How she created her character to avoid Farrah Fawcett's shadow.
The Banana Splits are being turned into a horror film for some reason
"One banana, two banana, three banana… gore?"
R.I.P. David Horowitz, Fight Back! host and Tonight Show regular
He gave customers courage to say, "Don't Rip Me Off!"
R.I.P. Jerry Blum, the real radio station president who inspired ''The Big Guy'' on WKRP in Cincinnati
He literally dropped the turkeys that inspired "Turkeys Away."
Meet the new Nancy Drew who is coming to television
The teen detective is making a big comeback. Well, two comebacks.
13 unlucky flops from the 1976–77 television season
Not even androids, mimes, Kim Basinger and Raymond Burr could save these series.
Was the 1977-78 television season the worst ever?
These 13 duds support the argument.
Do you remember Shields and Yarnell?
The 1970s were a magical time when mimes could get their own television show.
Shindig, Shivaree, Hullabaloo and the great rock & roll shows of 1965
Check out classic clips of British Invaders, go-go dancers and girl groups from these awesome
Which McLean Stevenson sitcom deserved a better chance?
Were you a fan of 'The McLean Stevenson Show' or 'Hello, Larry'?