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Classic Television WebRing (78 Sites, 1803 Hits) 12/31/1996

Featured Ring The Classic Television WebRing is dedicated to the Golden Age of TV Media, such as Sugarfoot (Will Hutchins), I Love Lucy, The Munsters, and other other great Classic TV. Our ring provides a safe and pleasant web surfing experience for hobbyists of all ages.

Il Ring Italiano dei Telefilm (9 Sites, 182 Hits) 07/03/1999
Featured Ring Il primo webring che collega i siti italiani dedicati ai telefilm

Elite Sci-Fi Fantasy TV Ring (5 Sites, 66 Hits) 07/29/1999
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A ring of the best sci-fi and fantasy television shows. Fanfic, RPG, fan sites, tributes, They are all welcome here.

UK Broadcasting (15 Sites, 714 Hits) 02/16/1998
Featured Ring Websites run by individuals and organizations with an interest in television and radio broadcasting in the U.K.

Classic Television Today (39 Sites, 335 Hits) 12/31/1996
Featured Ring The Ring for any and all television more than fifteen years old, especially those still going strong - for example, the classic of all classics, Doctor Who, the show that spans nearly a half century, but spanning all classic programmes of Britain, Europe and the USA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The I Love Lucy Webring (19 Sites, 161 Hits) 12/31/1996
Featured Ring This ring is for anyone who loves the TV show I Love Lucy and Lucille Ball. Let the Lucy lovers of the world unite!

TV Fansites WebRing (34 Sites, 3343 Hits) 04/11/2003
Featured Ring fansites for any and all tv shows and series, not just westerns

Bonanza Webring (5 Sites, 818 Hits) 04/22/1998
Featured Ring A webring devoted to websites that share information and pictures about the TV legend Bonanza.

Local Television of the Past (4 Sites, 220 Hits) 01/17/2000
Featured Ring From the 50s through the 70s, most cities had their own local late night sci-fi/horror hosts, kiddie shows, teen dance programs, news, etc. Return to this simpler (and perhaps more creative) period in TV history. Tulsa's own King Lionel (with his right-hand man, Lee Woodward) moved from hosting a Three Stooges program to commenting on the evening news!

Aussie Show's Fans (4 Sites, 68 Hits) 11/26/1999
This is a webring dedicated to Australian shows and their fans. If you are a Australian show fan please feel free to join. You don't have to be Australia yourself you just need to be a fan.


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