The Good Old Days
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The good old days is a term used when referring to better times in the past.
The Good Old Days or Good Old Days may also refer to:
Film and television
- The Good Old Days (film), a 1940 British film
- The Good Old Days (UK TV series), a popular BBC television light entertainment television program which ran from 1953 to 1983
- The Good Old Days (Hong Kong TV series), a 1996 Hong Kong period drama series
- "Good Old Days" (Leroy Shield song), 1930 theme song for the Our Gang comedies, now known as The Little Rascals
- "The Good Old Days", by Roger Miller 1965
- "Good Old Days", a song on the 1988 album Even Worse by "Weird Al" Yankovic
- "The Good Old Days", a song on the 2002 album Up the Bracket by UK band The Libertines
- "The Good Old Days", a song from the 2003 album Shootenanny! by Eels
- "Good Old Days", a bonus track on the deluxe edition of Pink's 2012 album The Truth About Love
- "Good Old Days," one of two song from the 2014 EP of the same name, by American Indie Rock Band, The Features
- "Good Old Days" (Macklemore song), 2017
- The Good Old Days: The Holocaust as Seen by Its Perpetrators and Bystanders, a book by Ernst Klee, Willi Dressen and Volker Reiss
- In the Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad), 1969 Dolly Parton album
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