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Vivian Roberta Jones Vance

Actress. She was an American veteran Broadway actress fondly remembered for playing Lucille Ball's landlady, 'Ethel Mertz' in the hit 1950s television sitcom I Love Lucy. She was born Vivian Roberta Jones on July 26, 1909 in Cherryvale, Kansas, the second of six children. After her family moved to Independence, Kansas,...

Ron Howard on the Andy Griffith Show Getty Images

Acting on The Andy Griffith Show felt a lot like living in Mayberry, NC, the idyllic burg where the classic 1960 to 1968 sitcom was set. “It was warm and funny, like the...

The Waltons

No, not those Waltons. We're going to feature a few Sears Waltons in the Chicago area. The Sears Walton is a Craftsman bungalow. It has six rooms and about 1200 square feet. It's recognized by its wraparound porch, the bump-out in the dining room, and the double windows in the front covered by a shed roof. Sometimes you'll see a Walton with the original railings that have the rectangular pattern. The Walton has three bedrooms and is a very sunny house due to its large windows. Sears Walton…

The Brady bunch!! Growing up, I believed that I was the 7th Brady. I so wanted to be a part!

Families on television seem to have more fun, don't they? Most of us have, at one time or another, wished our families were more like these. Get up close and personal with some famous TV families you wish were yours, and don't miss the season premiere of Modern Family, Tonight at 9|8c.

Philippe Paradis on Twitter

“25 mars 1972 Dernier épisode de la série télévisée Bewitched Ma sorcière bien aimée #télé https://t.co/b0hn5l5ggH”

facts of life - Natalie was in my class at LMU and then years later, while working for MDA, I met Blair at the Telethon! I LOVED this show!

Forget Jason Garrett…It was Mrs. Garrett who knew how to keep the girls in line.

Petticoat Junction: Meet the cast, hear the song & see the train (1963-1970) - Click Americana

Come ride the little train that is rolling down the tracks to Petticoat Junction - and the Shady Rest Hotel - in this classic TV sitcom from the sixties!