“Gardalul” is a captivating drama series that aired in 1970 and quickly became a favorite among viewers in the Kurdistan Region. Directed by the talented artist Jalil Zangan and featuring the talented Shwan Attoof as the lead actor, this three-part series kept audiences hooked with its compelling storyline. If you’re a fan of gripping dramas, “Gardalul” is definitely a must-watch from the 20 Best Voted TV Shows of 1970.
Our Little Town
“Our Little Town” is a captivating TV show set in a small coastal town in Dalmatia, Croatia. It follows the life of a local chronicler-amateur and his writings, offering a unique perspective on the town’s experiences before and after World War II. With a talented cast including Karlo Bulić, Asja Kisić, Boris Dvornik, and more, this show takes you on a nostalgic journey back to 1970, immersing you in the rich history and charm of this Croatian town.
The House at Christianshavn
“The House at Christianshavn” is a captivating Danish television drama series that aired from 1970 to 1977. Set in the charming neighborhood of Christianshavn in Copenhagen, the show delves into the lives of the residents living in a block of flats on Amagergade. With a talented cast including Poul Reichhardt, Arthur Jensen, Helle Virkner, and more, this 84-part series offers a fascinating glimpse into the daily struggles and joys of its characters.
“Hey, have you heard of the TV show ‘UFO’? It’s one of the best-voted shows of 1970! It’s about a secret international agency called SHADO that uses advanced technology to protect Earth from alien invaders. The show stars Ed Bishop and it was released on September 16, 1970. Sounds pretty cool, right?”
The Six Wives of Henry VIII
“The Six Wives of Henry VIII” is a captivating TV show that aired in 1970. This series of television plays brings to life the fascinating trials and tribulations surrounding Henry and his wives. With Keith Michell’s powerful portrayal of the mighty monarch and Anthony Quayle’s exceptional performance, this lavish dramatization is a must-watch for history enthusiasts.
“Night Gallery” is a captivating TV show from 1970 that features Rod Serling as the narrator. Set in a macabre museum, the show presents a collection of thrilling fantasy, horror, and sci-fi stories, all connected by a chilling work of art. If you’re a fan of eerie tales, this is definitely a must-watch!
“Up Pompeii!” is a hilarious British comedy series that aired from 1969 to 1970, starring the talented Frankie Howerd. Set in ancient Pompeii, the show follows the misadventures of a witty slave named Lurcio, played by Howerd, as he navigates the eccentricities of his masters and the chaos of the city. With a stellar cast including Wendy Richard and Valerie Leon, this show is a must-watch for anyone looking for a good laugh.
The Odd Couple
“The Odd Couple” is a classic TV show from 1970 starring Tony Randall and Jack Klugman. It revolves around the lives of two divorced men, Felix and Oscar, who become roommates in a Manhattan apartment. With Felix being neat and tidy, and Oscar being sloppy and casual, their contrasting lifestyles often lead to humorous conflicts. It’s definitely a must-watch for fans of witty and entertaining sitcoms!
“The Immortal” is a captivating American TV series that aired on ABC from September 1970 to January 1971. Based on a science fiction novel by James Gunn, the show follows the story of a man who possesses immortality. Starring Christopher George and Don Knight, this intriguing series gained popularity and even had its episodes rerun by ABC in the summer of 1971.
“Catweazle” is a beloved British TV series from 1970, created by Richard Carpenter and starring Geoffrey Bayldon as the lead character. The show follows the adventures of Catweazle, a bumbling 11th-century wizard who accidentally time travels to the present day. With a talented cast including Moray Watson, Elspet Gray, and Gary Warren, this charming series captivated audiences across the globe and became a hit in multiple countries.
For the Love of Ada
“For the Love of Ada” is a heartwarming ITV sitcom that aired from 1970 to 1971. Set in the 1970s, the show follows the blossoming romance between Yorkshireman Walter Bingley and Londoner Ada Cresswell, both in their seventies. As their love story unfolds, so does the emotional turmoil, making it a delightful series that explores the ups and downs of senior citizens finding love later in life. Starring Irene Handl, Wilfred Pickles, and Jack Smethurst, this charming sitcom is a must-watch for anyone who enjoys heartwarming tales of love and companionship.
The Mary Tyler Moore Show
“The Mary Tyler Moore Show” is a heartwarming sitcom that follows the life of Mary Richards, a 30-year-old woman who moves to Minneapolis to start afresh after a breakup. She finds herself surrounded by a delightful cast of characters, including her quirky roommate Phyllis, her best friend Rhoda, and her hilarious colleagues at the TV station WJM. With a talented ensemble cast led by Mary Tyler Moore, this beloved show premiered on September 19, 1970, and is sure to bring laughter and joy to your TV screen.
“The Goodies” is a hilarious British TV comedy series from the 1970s and early 1980s. Starring Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden, and Bill Oddie, it combines surreal sketches and situation comedy. With its release in 1970, this show quickly became one of the best voted TV shows of the year, offering a delightful blend of humor and absurdity.
“Röda rummet” is a captivating TV show that aired in 1970 and was among the best-voted shows of that year. Starring a talented cast including Per Ragnar, Allan Edwall, and Mathias Henrikson, this series takes viewers on a thrilling journey through the lives of its lead characters. With its release date on March 22, 1970, “Röda rummet” is definitely a must-watch for fans of classic television.
“Timeslip” is a captivating TV show from 1970 that follows the thrilling adventures of Simon Randall and Liz Skinner. Together, they stumble upon a mysterious phenomenon called the “Time Barrier,” which allows them to journey through time and explore different historical periods in alternate pasts and futures. With a talented cast including Derek Benfield, Denis Quilley, Spencer Banks, Iris Russell, and Cheryl Burfield, this show is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat as you join Simon and Liz on their time-traveling escapades.
A Family at War
“A Family at War” is a gripping TV show set during the Second World War, following the Ashton family as they navigate the hardships of the era. With their sons sent off to fight, the remaining family members in Liverpool live in constant fear of devastating news and the threat of enemy bombings. Starring talented actors such as Colin Douglas, Shelagh Fraser, and Coral Atkins, this emotionally charged series takes you on a journey through the challenges and resilience of a family torn apart by war.
“McCloud” is a captivating TV show that aired in 1970. It follows the story of Deputy Marshal Sam McCloud, who leaves his small western town to join the NYPD as a special investigator in New York City. Starring Dennis Weaver, J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter, and Ken Lynch, this thrilling series combines the charm of the Wild West with the excitement of big city crime-solving.
A Question of Sport
“A Question of Sport” is a popular sporting quiz show that aired in 1970. With regular captains leading teams of celebrities, it offers an exciting and competitive atmosphere. If you’re a fan of sports and enjoy testing your knowledge, this show is definitely worth checking out!”
“Dan August” is a thrilling crime drama series that aired from 1970 to 1971, starring the charismatic Burt Reynolds as the main character. Set in a small town, the show follows the adventures of Dan August, a determined detective who tackles various criminal cases. With a talented cast including Norman Fell, Richard Anderson, Ned Romero, and Ena Hartman, this show captivated audiences during its prime time run and even had reruns on CBS in the early 70s.
Scene of the Crime
“Scene of the Crime” is a popular crime television series that first aired on November 29, 1970. Set in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, the show follows thrilling investigations in different locations across these countries. With a long-running history and broadcast on various channels, it has become a favorite among crime show enthusiasts.
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