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The Wonderful Adventures of Nils(1980 - 1981)
Nils Holgersson is a 14 year old farm boy, the son of poor farmers. He is lazy and disrespectful to his fellowman. In his spare time he enjoys abusing the animals in his family farm. One day Nils captures a tomte in a net while his family is at church and have left him home to memorize chapters from...
Wonderbug(1976 - 1978)
Wonderbug was a segment of The Krofft Super Show. It's about 3 teenagers & their "living" dune buggy Wonderbug that helps them fight crime. A near clone of Hanna-Barbera's cartoon series, Speed Buggy.
Wonderama(1955 - 1987)
BOB MC CALLISTER HOSTED (SONNY FOX WAS 1ST HOST) IT WAS A NEW YORK SHOW WITH KIDS IN AUDIANCE GAMES TO PLAY LIKE THE SNAKE CAN GAME TO WIN A BIKE! "Wonderama"actually began as a sunday afternoon comedy/variety kids tv show on WABD TV Ch.5 in NYC September 25,1955.Sandy Becker,"Capt.Video"(Al Hodg...
Women of the House(1994 - 1994)
Women of the House was a spinoff of "Designing Women" that aired on CBS starring Delta Burke as Suzanne Sugarbaker with Teri Garr, Patricia Heaton, Valerie Mahaffey, Lisa Rieffel, and William M. Newman. 13 episodes were produced but only 9 aired on CBS--Lifetime aired all thirteen episodes in syndi...
Women In Prison(1987 - 1987)
1987 Fox Sitcom about a group of females inmates(Julia Campbell,C.C.H. Pounder,Wendie Jo Sperber)serving time in a Wisconsin prison.
Wolves, Witches and Giants (1995 - Current)
A cartoon in which every episode was a different fairytale usually containing a wolf, witch or giant.
Wojeck(1966 - 1968)
WNYW-TV News(1944 - Current)
WNYW Channel 5 broadcasts 43 and a half hours of locally produced newscasts each week (with 8 hours on weekdays, 2 hours on Saturdays, and 1 and a half hours on Sundays).
WNBC-TV Newscasts(1941 - Current)
WNBC-TV, NBC affiliate in New York City, had been enjoying success with it's news department with it's newscasts since the station first sign-on the air on July 1, 1941
WMAR-TV Newscasts(1947 - Current)
WMAR-TV in Baltimore presently broadcasts 23 & a half hours of locally produced news each week.
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