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Style(1998 - 1998)
Stunt Dawgs(1992 - 1993)
Stunt Dawgs was a comic book by Nelson Dewey and Michael Gallabner, that was later turned it to a short lived cartoon series in 1992, about a team of stuntmen (and a stunt woman) who were also to some extent hero problem solvers. Cast Neil Crone as Whizz Kid and Needham Harvey Atkin as Budyear...
Studio See(1977 - 1979)
Studio See was a magazine-style children's TV show aimed at children 10–15 years old that aired from February 5, 1977 to February 24, 1979 on PBS, with reruns continuing through the early 1980s. Created by Jayne Adair, Studio See was produced by South Carolina ETV and shot mainly on location nationw...
Studio 99 1/2(1960 - 1961)
Local:WNTA TV Ch.13 Newark,N.J./NYC Weekday evenings and afternoons Monday September 19,1960-Friday June 30,1961 Host/Puppeteer/Ventriloquist:Jimmy Nelson.
Student Bodies(1997 - 1999)
Student Bodies followed a group of students at Thomas A. Edison High School, who created their own student newspaper entitled Student Bodies. Each episode blends the real-life happenings at school with cartoons of how Cody, who illustrates Student Bodies, humorously sees the events
Stressed Eric(1998 - 1998)
Eric Feeble is a man living in London who strives to survive his divorce, angry boss, rival family, almost alien children, drunken housekeeper and even his own "achievements".
The Streets of San Francisco(1972 - 1977)
This QM (Quinn Martin) show follows the cases of Lt. Mike Stone and his young partner Steve Keller as they use modern police methods to track down criminals, against the backdrop of the Bay Area. Mike was a 23-year veteran of the force, a widower, assigned to the Bureau of Inspectors Division o...
Street Sharks(1992 - 1996)
a university professor named Dr. Paradigm tested his gene-manipulation techniques on Dr. Bolton, a fellow professor, who became an inhuman monstrosity and escaped. Paradigm later kidnapped Bolton's four sons
Street Legal(1987 - 1994)
Canadian legal drama, similar to L.A. Law.
Street Justice(1991 - 1993)
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