Route 66 (1960–1964)

TV Series   |  TV-Y7   |    |  Adventure


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The adventures of two young drifters across America.


7.7/10
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  • Martin Milner and Roland Winters in Route 66 (1960)
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Creators:

Stirling Silliphant, Herbert B. Leonard

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24 December 1998 | TC-4
As good as most theatrical movies
Rt 66 was such a breath of fresh air. I have been a movie buff all my life and after seeing all the backlot tv shows from the mid fifties to 1960, this show had my eyes wide open. Everything was on location and the production values were as good as any theatrical movie. Some of the story lines toward the end of the run were stupid but the values were always there. Most of the time I would watch the show to see how good location filming done quickly could be done so good. I think the producer owned or had owned Republic Studios who were the best at making movie serials and that would explain a lot. In watching reruns it is surprising how little the Corvette was actually seen in some episodes. After this, I found backlot shows to be very cheap, boring entertainment.

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