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Mr.Ed(1961 - 1966)
CBS TV Thursday and Sunday Nights 1961 to 1966 "Wilbur Post":Alan Young,"Carol Post":Connie Hines,"Roger and Kay Addison":Larry Keating And Edna Skinner,"Col.Gordon Kirkwood":Leon Ames","Winnie Kirkwood":Florence MacMichael.
Mr. Dress-Up(1967 - 1996)
Mr. Dress Up would open the Tickle Trunk and entertain children with his vast array of costumes. He also had Casey and Finnegan as his sidekicks. Sadly Ernie Coomba (Mr. Dress Up) died in 2001.
Mr. Bogus(1991 - 1993)
Mr. Bogus was a yellow creature (often mistaken for a rat or other type of vermin in the rare occasion other people could see him) who lived in the Bogie Dimension accessible through mirrors. His best human friend was a fourth grade boy named Tommy who was the only human who could see him and intera...
Mr. Benn(1971 - 2005)
Mr Benn is an ordinary fellow, living an ordinary life in an ordinary suburban house, at Number 52, Festive Road. One day, Mr Benn receives an invitation to a fancy dress party, and so, donning his bowler hat, he sets off to find a costume to wear. Unable to find a suitable outfit in the usual shops...
Mr. Belvedere(1985 - 1990)
Clifton Webb's memorably eccentric character from 1940s films was revived in this routine TV sitcoms in the 1980s. Frumpy sportswriter George Owens and his wife, Marsha, a lawyer-to-be, hire a eccentric Brittish Butler to help with thier 3 kids
Mr. Bean(1990 - 1995)
Mr. Bean (1990-1995) is an incredibly well-loved British comedy by writer Richard Curtis and writer-star Rowan Atkinson. The show is about a very odd man about whom we know nothing except his last name, who basically wanders around, getting into trouble, finding unique solutions to predicaments, an...
Mr. Bean(1990 - 1995)
Mr. Bean is a grown man who seems to have been literally born yesterday. He gets up to ingenious oddball nonsense every episode while all the time remaining silent. When he does speak, its with a croaky voice. Written by Nizam Ahmed [email protected]} The opening credits show Mr. Bean being d...
The Moxy Show(1994 - 2000)
A show about a 3-D animated dog named Moxy who has a crush on Josie and the Pussycats, as well as his sidekick, Flea. Originally, back in 1994, it was a one hour masterpiece called The Moxy Pirate Show, which at that time was the only non classic show airing on Cartoon Network. Then in 1995, it was...
Movin' On(1974 - 1976)
Starring Frank Converse and Claude Akins as truck drivers. Theme Song (sung by Merle Haggard): Big wheels rollin', big wheels rollin' Movin' on. Big wheels rollin', gotta keep 'em goin, Big wheels rollin', Movin' On. The white line is the life line to a nation. And men like Will and Son...
Mouseterpiece Theater(1983 - 1984)
This compilation of animated short subjects is patterned after Alistair Cooke's "Masterpiece Theater" series on PBS. Host George Plimpton (of Intellivison commercials), comfortably seated in an overstuffed armchair, offers droll comments about the Disney cartoons seen in each episode.
Quote O' Matic
  • Pink: Are there any queers in the theater tonight? Get 'em up against the wall! That one in the spotlight, he don't look right! Get him up against the wall! And that one looks Jewish... and that one's a coon! Who let all this riff raff into the room?
    -Pink
  • Pink Floyd – The Wall