Love the Statler and Waldorf stuff. I loved those guys as a kid. I also remember a show on PBS that had a lionel train in the closing credits. I don't remember much about it, but I've been looking for it for a while. All I remember is that it showed a night scene on a layout and had a train running by the camera. Any guesses?
I watched the Muppets when my kids were small - tackers we call 'em around these parts.
Anyway I must admit to enjoying the programmes as much as they did. I think, therefore, the title of the thread should have been 30 - 90 somethings. /DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/mls/emoticons/laugh.gif
I remember the opening and closing credits of Mr. Rogers Neighborhood having a nicely detailed diorama of a
neighborhood and at times I believe that it had a train too? Could that be the show you remember?
Being in my mid 40's I can' say all but Speed for me. Speed well as the sesame street gang all hit our house after my brother arrived in 1965. I went more to Johnny Quest, Gigantor, Ray Rayner, Garfield Goose........ I hadn't seen the third one since probably 1967.
Ok. Anybody remember a marionette animation with submarines? There was a war between the Terrans who lived on land and the Atlantans who lived in the sea. Whenever the Terran base was attacked, the sirens would sound and the building would sink into the ground... I think I was 7 last time I saw it, would have been '65.
I remember the Barron Barracuda biting Diver Dan's finger.
Diver Dan was a rarity on the Ray Rayner show but I can remember it like it was yesterday.
I also remember RR talking about how his initials were all over the country at all Railroad crossings./DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/mls/emoticons/hehe.gif
There was also Fractured Fairy tales, Underdog, and yes always the Muppet show.