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  • Tiger Lily
    started a poll Boomers: Choose your favorite TV and comic heroes

    Boomers: Choose your favorite TV and comic heroes

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    1. Superman and Superwoman
    8.93%
    10
    2. Batman and Robin
    9.82%
    11
    3. Zorro
    10.71%
    12
    4. The Incredible Hulk
    7.14%
    8
    5. Man From Atlantis
    2.68%
    3
    6. Bionic Woman/ Six Million Dollar Man
    9.82%
    11
    7. The Lone Ranger and Tonto
    14.29%
    16
    8. Sky King/ Roy Rogers/ Bonanza/ Rifleman/ Cheyenne/ Wyatt Earp/ Gunsmoke
    14.29%
    16
    9. Kirk and Spock
    16.96%
    19
    10. The Flash
    5.36%
    6
    Choose up to 7.

    [Disclaimer: There is a max of 10 choices, so I KNOW I missed some favorites!]

  • Geri7
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    Reruns of Superman (was too young when the program first came out) - I thought Clark Kent in those black rim glasses was so cool
    Batman & Robin
    Six Million Dollar Man & Bionic Woman
    Wonder Woman - every time it was on, I would put on my one piece red/white/blue bathing suit and pretend I was Linda Carter

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  • Tiger Lily
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    Originally posted by IMSAVED View Post
    Mine too.

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    Originally posted by Tiger Lily View Post
    Just found this video today featuring Guy Williams as Zorro. He was my first TV hero!

    Mine too.

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  • sherrid
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    Oh my, I had such a crush on Adam West and Burt Ward from Batman and Robin. I loved Adam West's voice....and still do. I know he does voice overs today with commercials. I love the cliff hangers they had and the way "PUNCH", "ZAP", "BAM", and other phrases would come up when B & R would punch out the villians

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  • Tiger Lily
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    Just found this video today featuring Guy Williams as Zorro. He was my first TV hero!

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  • Wally
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    If you look at the who's who of Star Wars you find a lot of the tallent came from the Space 1999 crew.

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  • Tiger Lily
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    And one more for Captain Wally:

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  • Tiger Lily
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    Also for Captain Wally:

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  • Wally
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    AHHHHHHHHH! I watched this?

    Nerd infancy. I simply did not know any better.

    At least later there was Dr Who - Tom Baker. Have a jelly baby.

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  • Tiger Lily
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    Originally posted by Wally View Post
    . . . Tobor the 8th man . . .
    For Captain Wally:

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  • Tiger Lily
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    Originally posted by IamHis View Post
    My heroes have always been cowboys. And sometimes Indians!
    Grew up in the 50's with all the classic western series. Sometimes
    the horse was the hero! Ahhh, memories....

    Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear
    For IamHis:

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  • Wally
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    Momas, don't let your babies grow up.....


    Yep I remember cowboys, tire swing horses, leaver action bb guns.....
    and army guys were like that - tanks instead of horses, and you didn't have to reload as much...


    then came chrome jets...rockets....Tobor the 8th man, Ultraman, Star Trek, Captain Scarlett, Space 1999....

    then Neal Armstrong took his step....


    I'm glad we have a horse. All I need now is a wrentch, clockworks, keys, and a lever action magnito powered ray gun..... steampunk is so cool.

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  • IamHis
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    My heroes have always been cowboys. And sometimes Indians!
    Grew up in the 50's with all the classic western series. Sometimes
    the horse was the hero! Ahhh, memories....

    Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear

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  • Poppycat
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    Hey, what about The Phantom - The Ghost Who Walks !!!! Was never allowed to buy them (comic books) but used to borrow them. Also Archie, Spiderman, The Flash. Was more of a tomboy than I thought

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