TV Series (Sorted by Year Ascending)
1. Palm Beach Daily News (1897– )
Palm Beach Daily News, affectionately known as The Shiny Sheet, has been the leader in covering Palm Beach news, society, fashion & arts since 1897.
3. Grand Prix Motor Racing (1906–1949)
Grand Prix motor racing has its roots in automobile racing that began in France as far back as 1894. Grand Prix motor racing eventually evolved into formula racing, and Formula 1 (1950) is ... See full summary »
5. A Paul Terry Cartoon (1914– )
Paul Terry was a prolific American cartoonist and producer who is credited with producing over 1 300 cartoons during his 40-year career between 1915 and 1955.
7. Aesop's Fables (1921–1933)
7 min | Family
"Aesop's Fables" was a series of animated short subjects that was created by American cartoonist Paul Terry, who was inspired to make the series by Howard Estabrook, an actor who became a writer.
9. Alice Comedies (1923–1927)
6 min | Family
"Alice Comedies" is a series of animated cartoons created, directed and produced by Walt Disney in the 1920s. Disney also did all of the animation himself prior to his later successes that allowed him to employ a team of animators.
15. The Little Rascals Classics (1930– )
20 min | Family
The Little Rascals were the first in a long line of trouble makers on television.
17. The Ashes (1930– )
The Ashes is a Test cricket series played between England and Australia since 1882. The Ashes are regarded as being held by the team that most recently won the Test series. If the test ... See full summary »
38. Myndell Louis (1931–1932)
15 min | Music
A music show aired in a 15-minute time-slot on mechanical television. Australian-born Myndell Louis was a soprano who spent years in the US. Like virtually all 1930s television, it aired without commercials. The resolution was 60 lines.
Star: Myndell Louis
39. Dick & Larry (1931–1933)
"Dick & Larry" is an early animated series that starred a mismatched duo and was produced by Van Beuren Studios and distributed by RKO Pictures.