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The Barkleys(1972 - 1973)
An animated sitcom about Arnie Barkley and his family. From the makers of "The Pink Panther" cartoons.
Baretta(1975 - 1978)
Tony Baretta was an unconventional cop. He was streetwise, single, with a decidedly funky lifestyle: he holed up in apartment 2-C of the run-down King Edward Hotel with his pet cockatoo Fred. He was usually seen in a T-shirt and jeans, with his trademark cap pulled down over his forehead. Being...
Barbapapa(1974 - Current)
the Barbapapas are a colorous family, who can change there body, from tall to small or other things.
Banyon(1972 - 1973)
CRIME/DRAMA
The Banana Splits(1968 - 1970)
The Splits are not cartoon characters they were the hosts of a show that presented great cartoons like The 3 Musketeers, The Arabian Knights, Microventure, The Hillbilly Bears, and the live action Danger Island ("Uh Oh Chongo!"). The show ran on NBC Saturday mornings from September 7, 1968 to Septem...
Bananas in Pajamas(1992 - 2012)
Preschoolers flip for this Australian show starring two bananas in blue-and-white striped pajamas, B1 and B2, who do goofy things. Pretty simple concept, really.
Bananaman(1983 - 1986)
Stupid, but well-meaning and super-strong super-hero, Bananaman gets his strength from eating bananas. Before he eats a banana, Bananaman is a young boy called Eric who is keen to keep his alter-ego a secret. His best friend is a crow who brings bananas to Eric (or Bananaman) when they are needed fo...
Banacek(1972 - 1974)
Thomas Banacek is a clever and well-to-do insurance investigator living in Boston. He makes good money by solving the most intricate and unusual mysteries, and is very proud of his Polish heritage.He recovers stolen or missing items that were stolen for insurance companies for 10% of their insured v...
Ballykissangel(1996 - 2001)
Ballykissangel was about an English priest who was transfered from Manchester to a small Irish village called Ballykissangel. The local residents couldn't help but wonder why And English priest would come to Ireland. Anyway, there's an obvious setting here for conflict.
Ball Four(1976 - 1976)
Ball Four was a CBS sitcom about a baseball player who was going to write articles about the lives of his coach, his teammates & even the zany costumed mascot much to their chagrin. The show was based on a book written by a former MLB player Jim Bouton, who also happened to be the lead of the show.
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