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Conrad Bain, who starred as the kindly white adoptive father of two young African-American brothers in the TV sitcom Diff'rent Strokes February 1923 – January

This Sept. 13, 1981 file photo shows stars of the television show "Different Strokes," clockwise from foreground, Gary Coleman, Conrad Bain and Todd Bridges at the Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. Bain, who starred as the kindly white adoptive father of two young African-American brothers in the TV sitcom "Diff'rent Strokes," died of natural causes, Monday, Jan. 14, 2013, at his home in Livermore, Calif. He was 89. (AP Photo, file)

Conrad Bain of 'Diff'rent Strokes' dead at 89

Conrad Bain, a veteran stage and film actor who became a star in middle age as the kindly white adoptive father of two young African-American brothers in the TV sitcom "Diff'rent Strokes, died Jan. at the age of

One of my all time, top favorite tv shows ever.  I still watch the reruns and know all the episodes well.  Everybody Loves Raymond

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❥ One of my all time, top favorite tv shows ever. I still watch the reruns and know all the episodes well. Everybody Loves Raymond

Laverne and Shirley

At it's best, this show was as good as I Love Lucy, for the slapstick comedy. I loved this show. Landers and McKean were sheer genius, and so were the girls.

Diff'rent Strokes Signed 8x10 Photo Certified Authentic Beckett BAS COA

Diff'rent Strokes Signed 8x10 Photo Certified Authentic Beckett BAS COA

Autographed by Conrad Bain (deceased), Gary Coleman (deceased), Todd Bridges and Dana Plato (deceased). Autographed in-person inch photo

A day that the Bugaloos was on Sid & Marty Kroft- was a good day.  A day "Land of the Lost" was on was a bad day.  There were lots of bad days.

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A day that the Bugaloos was on Sid & Marty Kroft- was a good day. A day "Land of the Lost" was on was a bad day. There were lots of bad days. The Bugaloos, love, love,love, love!

Family Ties- I love old 80's TV shows (:

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50 things only 80s kids understand. Punky Brewster, Muppet Babies, LA Gear, Double Dare, Trapper Keepers, Baby Jessica, the Cosby Show....

Soleil Moon Frye was born 1976 in California. Soleil is best known for her role as Penelope "Punky" Brewster in the TV show "Punky Brewster.

Lisa Whelchel as 'Blair Warner", Nancy McKeon as 'Jo Polniaczek', Charlotte Rae as 'Mrs. Edna Garrett', Mindy Cohn as 'Natalie Green' & Kim Fields as 'Tootie Ramsey' in The Facts of Life (1979-88, NBC)

Lisa Whelchel as 'Blair Warner", Nancy McKeon as 'Jo Polniaczek', Charlotte Rae as 'Mrs. Edna Garrett', Mindy Cohn as 'Natalie Green' Kim Fields as 'Tootie Ramsey' in The Facts of Life NBC)

Pee-wee’s Playhouse and a big bowl of cereal was the highlight of Saturday mornings. | 50 Things Only '80s Kids Can Understand

Pee-wee's Playhouse and a big bowl of cereal was the highlight of Saturday mornings.

Pee-wee& Playhouse and a big bowl of cereal was the highlight of Saturday mornings.or even thrice!

Resultado de imagen para imagenes de serie de tv Diff'rent Strokes

Resultado de imagen para imagenes de serie de tv Diff'rent Strokes

what's happening tv show | ... Raj moments before being booted from class.'What's Happening,' 1976

Whats Happening aired on ABC for 3 seasons & 65 episodes ending

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