History Series / Lassie

16th Jul '16 12:48:22 AM PaulA
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* Protectorate: Timmy is this to Lassie.

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* Protectorate: {{Protectorate}}: Timmy is this to Lassie.
15th Jul '16 4:29:36 PM YellowLab
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2nd Nov '15 8:06:37 AM Rippingtons60
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* Protectorate: Timmy is this to Lassie.


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* UndyingLoyalty: Lassie towards Timmy.
1st Nov '15 8:44:53 PM Rippingtons60
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* AdultFear: TONS!
17th Aug '15 6:50:26 PM BDA1978
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* TheBusCameBack: Jon Provost reprised his role as a now grown up Timmy (who was adopted and by this time went by Steve) was a recurring character in The New Lassie TV show in the late 1980s

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* TheBusCameBack: Jon Provost reprised his role as a now grown up Timmy (who was adopted and by this time went by the name Steve) was a recurring character in The New Lassie TV show in the late 1980s 1980s.
17th Aug '15 6:48:52 PM BDA1978
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* TheBusCameBack: A grown up Timmy (who was adopted and by this time went by Steve) was a recurring character in The New Lassie, also played by Jon Provost.

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* TheBusCameBack: A Jon Provost reprised his role as a now grown up Timmy (who was adopted and by this time went by Steve) was a recurring character in The New Lassie, also played by Jon Provost. Lassie TV show in the late 1980s
17th Aug '15 6:47:32 PM BDA1978
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* TheBusCameBack: A grown up Timmy (who was adopted and by this time went by Steve) was a recurring character in The New Lassie, also played by Jon Provost.
9th Sep '14 2:40:21 PM MarkLungo
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It may be a little hard for [[AllTropersAreYoungNerds modern tropers to really grok]], but this series was a ''big deal'' back in [[TheFifties the day]]. It was on the air at the very dawn of mass-consumption television, and it hit ''exactly'' the perfect note for young baby-boom families of the time. Lassie was one of the first true super-smash television hits, alongside shows like ''LeaveItToBeaver'', that demonstrated just how potent television was as a medium - not just for storytelling, [[CashCowFranchise but for making obscene amounts of money]].

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It may be a little hard for [[AllTropersAreYoungNerds modern tropers to really grok]], but this series was a ''big deal'' back in [[TheFifties the day]]. It was on the air at the very dawn of mass-consumption television, and it hit ''exactly'' the perfect note for young baby-boom families of the time. Lassie was one of the first true super-smash television hits, alongside shows like ''LeaveItToBeaver'', ''Series/LeaveItToBeaver'', that demonstrated just how potent television was as a medium - not just for storytelling, [[CashCowFranchise but for making obscene amounts of money]].
9th Sep '14 2:39:32 PM MarkLungo
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->"The way Lassie had to constantly save the family, you have to believe they were dumber than dirt. The only way their farm could have survived is from government grants, which you can figure Lassie filled out the paperwork."
-->-- DaveBarry

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->"The ->''"The way Lassie had to constantly save the family, you have to believe they were dumber than dirt. The only way their farm could have survived is from government grants, which you can figure Lassie filled out the paperwork."
-->-- DaveBarry
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-->--'''Creator/DaveBarry'''



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14th May '14 1:54:26 AM Tuckerscreator
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