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Meatballs and Spaghetti(1982 - 1983)
This show was about a struggling husband and wife rock duo and their stoner guitarist/freeloader friend trying to make the big time. The looks and characteristics of "Meatballs" and "Spaghetti" were loosely based on singers Meatloaf and Cher.
McMillan(1971 - 1977)
Rock Hudson plays Stewart McMillan Police Commissioner. Susan St. James plays his wife, Sally. This series was loosely based on the 1930's and 1940's "Thin Man Movies" which starred William Powell and Myrna Loy. The series also rotated on "The NBC Sunday Night Mystery Movies" with McCloud and Colum...
The McLaughlin Group(1982 - 2016)
The McLaughlin Group was a syndicated half-hour weekly public affairs television program in the United States, hosted by John McLaughlin from its first episode in 1982 until his death in 2016. A group of four pundits, prompted by McLaughlin, discussed current political issues in a round table format...
McHale's Navy(1962 - 1966)
The misadventures of a misfit PT Boat crew during World War II.
McCoy(1975 - 1975)
Tony Curtis plays McCoy , a gambler who likes to right things while winning something in the attempt. Part of the NBC Mystery Movies. The run was 4 episodes.
McCloud(1970 - 1977)
A television series that was loosely based on a 1968 Clint Eastwood Movie titled "Coogan's Bluff. Dennis Weaver starred as Marshal Sam McCloud of Taos New Mexico. He is on temporary assignment with the New York City Police Department. New York City is the open range for our hero and he also gets a...
Mazinger Z(1972 - 1974)
first published as manga (comic) in Japan in 1972, Mazinger Z was then turned into a long-running anime television series later in the same year. It arrived in Europe in 1976 and it was a hit. Sadly, it arrived in America many years later when the 70's decade was gone. Mazinger Z remains the king of...
maybe it's me(2001 - 2002)
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Maya the Bee (Biene Maja)(1975 - Current)
It's a story about a bee named "Maya" and all of her insect friends.
Maya the Bee(1975 - 1983)
Maya the Bee was aimed at younger children, and centered around a young female bee named Maya, and her adventures as she learned the standard young child lessons, like the value of friendship (namely with her best friend, a male bee, or another good friend, a grasshopper), how to share, how to prepa...
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