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Calvin and the Colonel(1961 - 1962)
Calvin & The Colonel was a cartoon that practically was like the controversial sitcom "Amos 'N Andy" since the characters were voiced by Freeman Gosden & Charles Correll, who did the actual radio show. The Colonel was a sly fox conman & Calvin was his dimwitted bear sidekick. This was the only anima...
The Fantastic Journey(1977 - 1977)
A scientific expedition in the Atlantic Ocean becomes lost in the Bermuda Triangle and washes up on an uncharted island..
Mission: Magic!(1973 - 1975)
Mission: Magic! is an animated cartoon starring pop singer and musician Rick Springfield. It was produced by Filmation, and was a spin off of the television show, The Brady Kids. Although only 16 episodes were ever produced, it aired on the US television network ABC weekly on the Saturday morning li...
Judge Mathis(1999 - 2006)
Homefront(1991 - 1993)
Homefront was a drama that aired on ABC from 1991-1993. While it only lasted two seasons before being canceled, it had a large following of people who loved it, and still do. Set at the end of WWII, the pilot episode begins with families preparing for the return of their soldiers who are comin...
Ironside(1967 - 1975)
Ironside was a detective show about a former chief of detectives for the San Francisco Police who survived an assassin's bullet, only to wind up paralyzed from the waist down. He then became a consultant to the SFPD & with a team of his choosing, he helped out in solving difficult cases for the poli...
Ryan's Hope(1975 - 1989)
This American daytime television soap opera revolves around the trials and tribulations of the Ryan family and the Coleridge family in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City.
royal family(2003 - 2004)
The Edge of Night(1956 - 1984)
The Edge Of Night was a daytime soap opera/mystery show that ran on CBS from 1956-1975 & then later on ABC from 1975-1984.
Jupiter Moon(1990 - 1991)
William Smethurst is the creator and producer of TV series Jupiter Moon, a space opera set in the mid-21st century. Launched in 1990 by BSB, the show ran for 150 (30-minute) episodes. After the merger of BSB with Sky, Jupiter Moon was repeated on the Sci-Fi Channel in 1995.
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    Billy Fish: Changing tires isn't exactly my line of work, dear.
    McCoy: Then why don't you just shut up?
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