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I have many fond memories of watching G S Theater on Sunday nights as a child, such fine dramas. I particularly remember episodes about Caesar and Cleopatra and David and Goliath. Also a murder mystery called A Little White Lie.
What made the show more interesting was that my father worked at the Louisville, Kentucy General Electric plant.
Where IV dramas really so much better then. I think part of it is that things seen when a child just seem so much better to a child. Anyway I see very little of such quality on TV today, at least on a regular basis.
Why doesn't a cable channel run some of these fine drama series instead of all of the comedies and westerns.
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