- Details several major characters of the 70s as if written on December 31, 1979. Also features.
- Редактор Marvel Стэн Ли впоследствии возьмет хлопоты по работе нал названием. В конце 1960-х и начале 1970 -х он появился в перепечатке The Mighty Его подпись сериая закончилась с #229 (апрель 1979 г.).
"Battlestar Galactica!" Based on the episode written by Glen Larson. Adapted by Roger McKenzie. Art by Ernie Colon. Cover by Dave Cockrum and Bob McLeod.
Just what is the 1970s Handbook, you ask? Imagine a Handbook written at 11:59 p.m. Dec. 31, 1979. The profiles within cover everything. 4.1 DC Comics; 4.2 Marvel Comics; 4.3 Independent titles. 5 Initial. (2010). " 1970s ". DC Comics Year By Year A Visual Chronicle. Dorling Kindersley. p. 181. 1979 . The Tomb of Dracula ( 1979 –1980) — a black-and-white continuation of the 1972– 1979 series, it ran for six issues through.
CBS (ended 1968). The Andy Griffith Show is definitely a TV classic. It ran from 1960 to 1968, producing 249 episodes.
The main character, Andy (Andy Griffith), was a widowed father of a polite little boy named Opie (Ron Howard) and is a sheriff, who works with nervous and very suspecting Barney Fife (Don Knotts). They all live in the nice southern town of Mayberry.
But, Mayberry can get a little dangerous when the town drunk, Otis Campbell (Hal Smith), is on the loose. Thelma Lou (Betty Lynn) is Barney's sweetheart, although Andy had to help him describe his feelings to her. Aunt Bee (Frances Bavier) is the very loving and caring but stern housekeeper for Andy and Opie. Gomer Pyle (Jim Nabors) is a bone-headed, thoughtless, but humorous character. He is a gas attendant.
Goober Pyle (George Lindsey) is Gomer Pyle's cousin. They are very alike, you could say, and arrive in Mayberry when Gomer decides to enlist in the United States Marine Corps.
The show had two spin-offs: Gomer Pyle U.
and Mayberry R. Top 20 Ratings: 1960-1961 - #4 1961-1962 - #7 1962-1963 - #6 1963-1964 - #5 1964-1965 - #4 1965-1966 - #6 1966-1967 - #3 1967-1968 - #1. Awards for The Andy Griffith Show: Don Knotts won five Emmy Awards for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Comedy: 1961, 1962, 1963, 1966, and 1967. Frances Bavier won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Comedy in 1967.