New TV Shows of Fall 1963 – NBC

NBC had 11 new shows starting the the fall of 1963. None could be considered to be a big hit. The links in the titles are to Wikipedia to where you can find more information on each show. These were the new shows that aired (All times Eastern Time Zone): The Bill Dana Show; Sunday …

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New TV Shows of Fall 1963 – CBS

CBS had the biggest ratings for the previous season and thus only had the least number of new shows for the fall 1963 season. The links in the titles are to Wikipedia to where you can find more information on each show. These were the new shows that aired (All times Eastern Time Zone): My …

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New TV Shows of Fall 1963 – ABC

In the fall of 1963 ABC added 11 new shows. Like every new TV season some failed and some ended up running for a few years See how many of these shows from the fall 1963 schedule that you remember or have seen in syndication. (All times Eastern Time Zone) The links in the titles …

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Top Songs of 1963; #17

The next song to hit the top of the record charts in 1963 was “My Boyfriend’s Back” by The Angels. The song was originally recorded as a demo for The Shirelles, but ended up being released as recorded. The group had a few other minor hits but because of a dispute over the name ended …

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Top Songs of 1963; #16

Continuing to list the top songs of 1963, we reach a song that was called a novelty song. “Hello Mudduh, Hello Fadduh! (A Letter From Camp)” was by Allan Sherman. The song is about the awful time at fictional “Camp Granada” and it is set to the tune of Amilcare Ponchielli’s “Dance of the Hours.” …

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