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Where's Huddles(1970 - 1970)
Tales of Ed Huddles and his neighbor Bubba McCoy, who are teammates on the Rhino's football team. Premiered 1970.
When the Boat Comes In(1976 - 1981)
BBC TV Series Actors: James Bolam, Christopher Benjamin, Colin Douglas, Howard Da Silva, Isla Blair
Wheel of Fortune (Syndicated)(1983 - Current)
The nighttime version of the game show that airs in local syndication. It debuted on September 19, 1983 in most markets.
Wheel of Fortune(1975 - Current)
This popular hangman type game was created by Merv Griffin that was first hosted & co-hosted by Chuck Woolery and Susan Stafford. 3 players spun a big wooden wheel for money and tried to guess letters on a big puzzle board and used the money to by prizes. In 1981, former weatherman from LA, Pat Saja...
Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch(1974 - 1976)
Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch
Wheel 2000(1997 - 1998)
A children's version of the popular game show "Wheel of Fortune". The show was created by Scott Sternberg and was hosted by Roundhouse actor David Sidoni, with Tanika Ray providing voice work and motion capture for a virtual reality hostess named "Cyber Lucy". The gameplay of Wheel 2000 was very si...
What Would You Do?(1991 - 1993)
What Would You Do? is a game show hosted by Marc Summers. It ran new episodes from 1991-1993 (and continued in re-runs until around 1999). Toward the end of Nickelodeon's golden age, it combined wacky and zany stunts, audience interaction, pies, and a "Wall 'O' Stuff" and was co-hosted by Double Dar...
What Should I Do?(1969 - 1992)
The What Should I Do? Series was a 9-episode educational show produced by The Walt Disney Company. The films were included in some "Donald Duck Presents" episodes. Originally it was animated, in 1992 were produced additional live-action segments.
What Really Happened To the Class Of '65?(1977 - 1978)
A dramatic anthology series based on the book of the same title. A former student who later returns to his old high school as a teacher & tells stories about his former classmates who have moved on with their lives. The show ran briefly on NBC.
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