I was born in 1967. As a young child, I loved Captain Kangaroo and Sesame Street. I was a big fan of The Brady Bunch, Bewitched, and My Three Sons. I watched them in syndication every day after school. Saturday morning favorites were Land of the Lost, the Pink Panther, and Sigmund and the Sea Monsters. The Shazam and Isis show was pretty big. And yes, Big John, Little John. I also liked a lot of the game shows -- Match Game, Hollywood Squares, Price is Right.
For evening shows, I loved Carol Burnett and The Mary Tyler Moore Show. We watched a lot of the variety shows -- Mac Davis, Glen Campbell's Goodtime Hour, and Sonny and Cher. I remember my parents watched Laugh In. I loved Little House on the Prairie. We couldn't get the ABC TV network at our house until about 1978, so when we did, I liked Happy Days and Laverne & Shirley. My parents wouldn't let me watch Three's Company. I liked both The Love Boat and Fantasy Island.
Like a lot of '70s-era kids, I enjoyed The Wizard of Oz when it was shown on TV. Also, they should Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory with Gene Wilder on TV, too.
The first movie I remember seeing in a theater is the Aristocats. I would have been 3 years old. We saw a lot of Disney movies and other films at weekend and summer matinees for kids. Benji, Escape to Witch Mountain, that sort of thing. The biggest movie I remember seeing was Star Wars in 1977 when I was 10. After that, it was probably Grease and Close Encounters of the Third Kind.