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The Tom & Jerry Show (1975)(1975 - 1977)
The 1975 Hanna-Barbera version of the series of cat & mouse duo Tom & Jerry. Here, in a much toned down, non-violent, Yogi Bear/Boo Boo-esque format (in order to satisfy ABC-TV Broadcast Standards and Practices), the long-popular Tom & Jerry, after years of rivalry, have become the best of friends (...
Child's Toy/Kodomo No Omocha/Kodocha(1996 - 1997)
Sana Kurata has a charmed life. Not only is her mother is a famous, award-winning writer, but she's the star of the hit TV comedy "Child's Toy" while still in the fifth grade. But Sana's biggest concern is Akito Hayama, a pint-sized hellion who's organized the boys in their grade-school class into a...
Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century(1999 - 2001)
The legendary detective Sherlock Holmes has been dead for many years, and is now only seen in the history books in the 22nd century. But when a bunch of odd crimes begin to happen, Inspector Beth Lestrade has reason to believe Professor Moriarty, Sherlock Holmes worst enemy, is still alive and is st...
Hello Larry(1979 - 1980)
McLean Stevenson (whom left the very sucessful M*A*S*H after the third season) starred in this short lived TV series about a divorced radio pychathrist (not unlike "Fraiser") struggling to keep his life together, while juggling his professional career with raising two teen girls. Even a cross-over w...
The Adventures of Tintin(1991 - 1992)
Tintin and his dog Snowy, appear in a variety of world-traveling adventures (from "Tintin in America" to "Tintin and the Picaros"), which are based on the classic comic strip by Geroge "Herge" Remi from Belguim.
The State(1994 - 1995)
"The State" was a short-lived, sketch comedy show that came on MTV. They made 26 episodes during the mid-nineties. MTV no longer shows any of those episodes. Former cast members of The State went on to to form "Reno 911" and "Stella". A DVD is in the works.
Mr. Wizard's World(1983 - 1990)
Don "Mr Wizard" Herbert brought science into all of our homes with his Nickelodeon show Mr. Wizard's World. The show aired from 1983 - 1990 and reruns were shown until 2000. This makes Mr. Wizard's World the longest running show in Nickelodeon's history.
Maude(1972 - 1978)
A spin-off series of "All in the Family" focusing on the life of Maude Findlay, a liberal women living in New York with her family.
Good Times(1974 - 1979)
The spin-off series to "Maude" features an African American family in Chicago.
Dragon Quest: Dai's Great Adventure(1989 - 1991)
An anime series loosely based on the game Dragon Warrior III. Its english dub by Saban was surprisingly good. It doesn't seem like a hackjob at all heck they even used nicely ochestrated versions of the game's music as well. Unfortunately they never gave Akira Toriyama credit which resulted in a alw...
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