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Flamingo Fortune(1995 - 1999)
Host JD Roberto and the Announcer Rich Fields.
Fist of the North star(1984 - 1987)
After a nuclear holocaust tears the world apart, mankind is forced to the harshness of not only the oppression of others who are much more powerful, but the dead earth which seems to be getting worse with every passing moment. But a savior has risen from the ashes, a man who will defeat those who wo...
Fish Police(1992 - 1992)
Fish Police, based upon the comic book created by Steve Moncuse, featured John Ritter as the voice of Inspector Gil. Set in Fish City, all the characters were marine life. Other principal voices included Ed Asner as Chief Abalone, JoBeth Williams as Angel, and Megan Mullally as Pearl the waitress. I...
Fish(1977 - 1978)
Fish was a spinoff television series of the sitcom Barney Miller. It starred Abe Vigoda as Detective Phil Fish and Florence Stanley as his wife Bernice. For a while, the character of Phil Fish continued to appear on Barney Miller as Vigoda headlined this program. In the series, which focused on t...
First Wave(1998 - 2001)
Cade Foster is an ex-thief who gave up thievery to get married and have a family. All of a sudden his life is thrown apart when he gets fired, all his money disappears, his house gets vandalized and eventually his wife gets killed and he gets framed for murder. He finds out that he was part of an...
First Time Out(1995 - 1995)
Fireman Sam(1985 - 1994)
Fireman Sam was a stop-motion animation about a fireman named Sam and his friends who put out fires and solved a multitude of other problems in the small welsh town of Pontypandy.
Firehouse Tales(2005 - 2006)
An animated series about a red Firetruck who never gives up. He loves nature and the outdoors but most of all he loves making new friends. Sometimes he is the leader of the firetruck team and is very cheerful and happy and is never glum, down and low.
Fired Up(1997 - 1998)
Quote O' Matic
  • Eddie Valiant: "You mean to tell me you could have taken your hand out of that cuff at any time?!"
    Roger Rabbit: "Well, no, not at ANY time; only when it was funny."
  • Who Framed Roger Rabbit