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Television. As the fifties moved into the sixties more and more families bought there first TV set. So the number of us that would go to RBC to watch some TV gradually diminished. Likewise fewer kids watched TV outside Legare, the furniture store, corner 11th and Masson while dad watched the hockey games at the 11th avenue tavern. Posting some links to TV shows from the fifties and sixties that have some meaning  to RBC and Drummond School. Granted the definition of "some meaning" can be pretty liberal at times.

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June 5, 1956 Elvis on the Milton Berle Show. BTW, Montreal was the only major North American City that Elvis Presley never appeared in.

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February 9, 1964. The Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show. Talk of Drummond School the following week.

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1958 Walt Disney's Zorro intro. Mr. Stewart was not impressed with all the chalk Zs around Drummond School the day after the first show.

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Mighty Mouse - for the five year old that we have long forgotten and Andy Kaufman that we have not.

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Mickey Mouse Club. Timeless.

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Like Young. Staple from the sixties with Jim McKenna from Rosemount.

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Lunch Time Little Theatre - Johnny Jellybean. Advantage of living close to Drummond School and going home for lunch.

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Hockey Night In Canada. From October 11, 1952 onwards - a collection of clips featuring firsts.

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Friendly Giant. A childhood classic.

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Bonanza. Sunday night family ritual after The Ed Sullivan Show.

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1950s and 1960s TV toy commercials. Almost 60 minutes long.

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Radisson intro. Would imitate while playing Cowboys and Indians on The Quarry.

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1950s and Early 1960s Jukebox