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Sitting Ducks(2001 - 2004)
In the whimsical world of Ducktown, one bird stands out from the flock: Bill, a well-liked but seldom understood who waddles to a different beat. He finds a kindred soul in Aldo, an alligator from the neighboring town of Swampwood. Together, these unlikely friends struggle to find happiness as best...
Lupin the III: Series One(1971 - 1972)
The first series in the franchise was never released in the USA until 2012. The anime follows the adventures of Arsene Lupin's grandson who continues his legacy in a more modern society.
The Bugs Bunny Show(1960 - 2000)
"On with the show, this is it!" Get ready for some real fun with Bugs and his Looney Tunes pals on The Bugs Bunny Show. The show that stars that Oscar-winning rabbit Bugs Bunny along with a handful of other characters from the Looney Tunes including: Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Elmer Fudd, Wile E. Coyote...
G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero(1983 - 1986)
alternately aired under the title "The MASS Device" during the series' syndication. Cobra develops an experimental teleportation unit, known as the MASS device, which has the ability to transport matter to any global location, using a satellite to relay the teleportation beam. G.I. Joe must stop Cob...
Inspector Gadget's Field Trip(1996 - 1998)
Grab your maps and hang on to your luggage, because in this History Channel spin-off of the classic cartoon, tour guide Inspector Gadget takes us around the world in search of adventure, with plenty of laughs, thrills and fun facts along the way. Go Go Gadget Field Trip!
The Tracey Ullman Show(1987 - 1990)
This variety show was the 2nd program to air on Fox. British performer Tracey Ullman utilized her many talents to entertain American audiences. There were also animated segments, including shorts that would introduce the world to "The Simpsons".
Blue Jeans Network(1980 - 1981)
A weekly music program,which had videos,interviews,and live performances.The name came from the fact,that several jean companies(including"Levis"and"Jordache")sponsored the show.
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...
Fast Track(1997 - 1998)
Father Murphy(1981 - 1983)
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