Bowery Boys Nostalgia

Delve into the light and dark that is Mark
Delve into the light and dark that is Mark

Woke to a rainy, cold day in the Cornfield. The chill was not a welcoming start to this Saturday. I sat drinking my coffee trying to warm my body.

Checked out the television listings and was transported back to Saturday mornings as a child in Columbus, Indiana. That’s when I saw what was playing on TMC. Perfect for this cold, rainy day – The Bowery Boys!

So many Saturdays were spent watching the hijinx and mangled English of Slip and the slapstick of Sach.

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This of course was usually followed by a rough and tumble Western. Today’s treat is Fort Apache with John Wayne and Henry Fonda.


Absolutely perfect.

That’s the way it is in Mark’s Den.

And how is your Saturday going?

3 thoughts on “Bowery Boys Nostalgia”

  1. I hear ya, Nick. For me, I did like Abbott and Costello. I also enjoyed the antics of Laurel and Hardy. The Rascals and Stooges were top notch. The “Road” movies tended to play on some of this with Bob Hope and Bing Cosby.

  2. Ah yes, The Bowery Boys, great memories and joys watching them. Also the Little Rascals, and the 3 Stooges. <<< My favorites. I never enjoyed Abbott and Costello that much.

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