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Decades Presents 1968: Television - Part 1

"Decades Presents 1968: Television" looks back on the transformative television of the late 1960's, including the bold variety show "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour." We're also looking back on the trailblazing sitcom, Julia," about an African American nurse starring Diahann Carroll. We remember the debut of the wildly popular science-fiction series with a progressive bent, "Star Trek". We're also recalling the hit spy show that audiences couldn't get enough of, Mission: Impossible." And we sit down with Micky Dolenz for a look back on the trendsetting show about a teenage band, "The Monkees."

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