These films, at £85,000 each to make, were considered very expensive at the time, but this was rewarded when most of the films were sold to other countries, with 'The Prison; and 'Regan' going to 47 countries alone.
'Regan' was particularly seen as having potential for a series, especially after...
Swat Kats: The Radical Squadron(1993)
In 1993 Hanna Barbara released a new action series with a comic book style and furry attributes, SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron. Based on characters created by Christian and Yvon Tremblay this series hit home with the viewers, creating a large fan base that many animated programs of that era had ye...
Swat Cats: The Radical Squadron(1993)
Two ex-fighter pilots (T-Bone and Razor) battle eveil as masked heros, who manage to constantly trouble the chief of police who can never best evil himself and so it is left to the Swat Kats to do so to his dismay.
At 9.30am on Saturday, 2 October 1976, the face of Saturday morning television changed forever as the BBC launched The Multi-Coloured Swap Shop.
Compared to the normal menu that had been used (see Before the 'Swappie') this was new and radical. A live three-hour (OK, 2
This show follows the lives of a group of teenagers in a town called Swans Crossing. Designed to be a soap opera aimed at the preteen age group, it provides storylines that are found in your typical "grown-up" soap opera - love triangles, innocent first love, the possibility of being switched at bir...
Swamp Thing (live action)(1990)
A television series would then air on the USA Network from 1990 to 1993. The series was filmed in the brand-new Universal Studios Florida facilities and soundstages. Actor/stuntman Dick Durock played Swamp Thing in both films as well as the TV series.
This very short lived series(only 5 episodes were made) is an adaptation of the dc comics super hero swamp thing. It is the story of alec holland a biochemist who after creating a way to feed all the people of the world forever using dna splicing on plants is turned into a plant mutant by the evil...
A group of strangers(known as tribes) must survive on an island and take care of themselves in a reality contest. They must compete for immunity from elimination from the game. The "sole survivor" wins $1 million.
Surprise, Surprise was a British TV show hosted by Cilla Black, produced by London Weekend Television.