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    Tsubasa: Tokyo Revelations

    Tsubasa: Tokyo Revelations

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    FUNimation
    Tsubasa: Tokyo Revelations is an original anime series inspired by the popular manga series Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle about a young man who gets tied up in a powerful witch's spell that leads him across universes, back in time, and into battles with some of the world's most feared opponents. In Tsubasa: Tokyo Revelations, the travelers find themselves in Tokyo. However, the city is torn to pieces and falling apart. This series picks up where Reservoir Chronicle left off; it's an original video animation without a specific connection to the evens of the manga series. Our hero, Syaoran, must once again face great danger, but this time he must meet a shocking new enemy-himself. Tsubasa: Tokyo Revelations is a gripping and authentic continuation of the much-loved animated series, full of the complex story lines, intriguing characters, and edge-of-your-seat action the series has become known for. Tsubasa: Tokyo Revelations is a must-watch for fans of the original series, or new fans looking to get started in this exciting series.moreless
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    Heaven's Lost Property

    Heaven's Lost Property

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    FUNimation
    Heaven's Lost Property is the anime series based on the Japanese manga by Suu Minazuki. The story is about a young boy named Tomoki Sakurai, a quiet person whose motto is "Peace and quiet is the best". Tomoki longs for a quiet life, but his neighbors make it difficult, with one being a karate enthusiast, one an eccentric scientist and one a borderline sadist. Tomoki often sees a strange girl in his dreams, who asks for his help. The only problem is he can't remember her face when he awakes. One day he sees something strange in the sky, and witnesses a mysterious UMA, or Unidentified Mysterious Animal, that falls from the sky. He finds out that the creature is an Angeloid, who ends up becoming his servant. The Angeloid Ikaros is joined by Nymph, another Angeloid, and the two try to adjust to Earth life. Now Tomoki's quest for a quiet life has become disrupted by his Angeloid visitors, and a third Angeloid who is after Tomoki. Join in for the strange journey of Tomoki and his new friends on the anime series Heaven's Lost Property.moreless
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    The Beast Player Erin

    The Beast Player Erin

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    Nippon Television Network Corporation
    This show follows Erin, who is caught in a war between two kingdoms. She has the power to command animals to do things. She is trying to be a veterinarian like her mother.

    Opening theme: "Shozuku" by Sukima Switch *substitute an i for the o in the title since tv.com will not permit the name for unknown reasons* Ending theme: "After the rain" by cossamimoreless
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    Shocking Life - Supernatural

    Shocking Life - Supernatural

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    SHOCKING LIFE: Supernatural takes a look at the paranormal and other worldly adventures beyond our five senses.
  • 85
    Princess Ja-Myung Go

    Princess Ja-Myung Go

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    Princess Ja-Myung Go is a historical romance TV series developed by the SBS network that centers the warning given by an oracle that one princess would lead the country to glory while the other would devastate it. The birth of a child is always a blessed thing but when two princesses are born to King of Nakrang within the same hour by two different mothers, the prediction becomes a glaring warning to the two girls' futures. Utilizing all that her manipulations and devious background could afford her, Princess Ra-hee's mother, Lady Hae (Lee Mi Sook), manages to label her daughter as the savior and the poor Princess Ja Myung barely escapes with her life as she and her mother, Mo Ha So (Kim Sung Ryung), take refuge in the local countryside. When Ja Myung finally returns to the kingdom, she develops a system to defend her country from invasion as a way to prove her desire to help her country, not destroy it. When Princess Ra-hee marries Prince Hodong (Jung Kyung Ho), a rival prince, her love for him leads her to destroy the defense system, leaving the Kingdom of Nakrang open to its enemies. It leaves Ja Myung left to fight for her country, even if it means facing Hodong, whom she also loves.moreless
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    The Adventures of Jonny Quest

    The Adventures of Jonny Quest

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    Cartoon Network
    The Adventures of Jonny Quest is an animated action series about a boy who tags along with his dad on amazing adventures. Comic book artist Doug Wildey created the show for Hanna-Barbera Productions in the mid-1960s. Jonny (Tim Matheson) is an 11-year-old boy who is athletic, intelligent and emotionally mature for his age. Dr. Benton C. Quest (John Stephenson/Don Messick) is one of the "top three scientists in the world" and works on special assignments for the U.S. government. Joining Dr. Quest and Jonny on their adventures are Dr. Quest's adopted son, Hadji (Danny Bravo), Race Bannon (Mike Road) and Jonny's pet bulldog, Bandit (Don Messick). Bannon is the family's de facto bodyguard/pilot and works for the governmental agency Intelligence One. The Quests' primary foe is arch-villain Dr. Zin (Vic Perrin). The original pilot, "The Mysteries of the Lizard Men", sets the stage for the series as the team investigates a mysterious event only to discover a secret criminal base protected by men in lizard-style scuba suits. Jonny lives an exciting life and is integral to solving the mysteries the Quest team encounters.moreless
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    Digimon Tamers

    Digimon Tamers

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    Toei Animation
    Digimon Tamers, the third Digimon series, which began airing on April 1, 2001, is set largely in a "real world" where the Adventure and Adventure 02 series are television shows, and where Digimon game merchandise (based on actual items) become key to provide power boosts to real Digimon which appeared in that world. The plot revolves around three Tamers, Takato Matsuki, Rika Nonaka, and Henry Wong. It began with Takato making his very own Digimon by sliding a mysterious blue card on his card reader, which then became a D-Power. Guilmon took form from Takato's sketchings of a new Digimon. (Tamers' only human connection to the Adventure series is Ryo Akiyama, a character featured in some of the Digimon video games and who made an appearance in some occasions of the Adventure story-line.) Some of the changes in this series include the way the Digimon digivolve, and the way their "Digivices" work. In this series, the Tamers can slide cards through their "Digivices", which give their digimon certain advantages, such as in a card game. This act is called "Digi-modify" (Card Slash in the Japanese version). The same process was often used to Digivolve the Digimon, but as usual feelings plays a big part in the digivolving process. Unlike most Digimon series where the tone is set mostly in a way to appeal to young children, Tamers took a darker tone in nature.moreless
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    The Legend of the Legendary Heroes

    The Legend of the Legendary Heroes

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    FUNimation
    The Legend of the Legendary Heroes is a fantasy anime series based on a light novel series by Takaya Kagami. Ryner Lute (voiced by Jun Fukuyama) is the lazy student of the Roland Empire Royal Magician's Academy who is known in the military as "The Greatest Mage of Roland". However, he lacks ambition and is slow to use his extraordinary talent in magic and fighting. His friend Sion Astal (voiced by Daisuke Ono) is of low birth and dreams of becoming the king of Roland so he can fix the corruption around him. Everything changes when the Roland Empire goes to war with the neighboring country Estanbul. Ryner loses all of his classmates in the war, and Sion rises to the throne. King Sion Astal orders Ryner to set out on a quest to find all the relics of a "Legendary Hero". Ferris Eris (voiced by Ayahi Takagaki), the proud and beautiful swordswoman from the king's guard, is assigned to accompany him on the relic search. On their journey, they find out that a deadly curse is spreading across the land.moreless
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    Shugo Chara!

    Shugo Chara!

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    TV Tokyo (ended 2010)
    Hinamori, Amu is a member of the Guardians, a group that aims to protect the heart's egg and find a special egg called the Embryo, which grants a person their wishes. Amu has to find the Embryo to prevent the Easter Company from using it for their own selfish needs. Openings: Kokoro no Tamago (1-26) (Heart's Egg) Minna Daisuki (27-51) (Liking Everyone) Minna no Tamago (52-64) (Everyone's Egg) Shugo! Shugo! (65-76) (Guardian! Guardian!) Omakase Guardian (77-89) (Leave it to the Guardians) School Days (90-102) Endings: Honto no Jibun (1-12) (Would be self) Renai Raida (12-26) (Renai Rider) Kiss! Kiss! Kiss! (27-40) Gachinko de Ikou (41-51) (Do Your Best And Go!) Rottara Rottara (52-68) (Lotta Love) co・no・mi・chi (69-76)(This Road) My Boy (77-89) Take it Easy (90-102)
    Show Trivia: Shugo Chara Egg & Buono, the groups that sing the intros and outros of the show were created just for the anime. The manga was created by Peach-Pit. The theme to Shugo Chara is cards. (Ace, King, Queen, Jack etc.) moreless
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    Princess Resurrection

    Princess Resurrection

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    Tokyo Broadcasting System (ended 2007)
    Hiro Hiyorimi is an average boy who just moved to a new city in order to meet up with his older sister, Sawawa. However, when he spots a goth, blond-hair girl about to be crushed by falling iron pillars, he naturally dives in the way, taking the blow for her and saving the girl's life. Unfortunately, Hiro loses his life in the process. The goth girl decides to 'resurrect' poor Hiro using a mysterious power, returning him to life and giving him the power of 'half-immorality'. As long as the girl is alive, Hiro will live, and become just about indestructible. However, when the girl dies, Hiro will die as well. Now, Hiro has no choice but to become the girl's, who calls herself Hime (Princess), slave. Little does he know that Hime is actually a talented warrior, who can use almost any weapon she gets her hands on. Hiro and Hime, along with many other characters, now fight the many creatures that are constantly after Hime's life. Hime: Her real name is Lillian, but she prefers to be referred as just Hime. Her other siblings are fighting for the right to claim her parent's throne, causing many assassins to attack her. Hime is a talented fighter, who can use almost any weapon efficiently. Hiro Hiyomi: A poor middle school student who becomes half-immortal due to Hime's powers. He is just about indestructible with his wounds healing as soon as they are inflicted. However, in the case he's killed, Hime can just revive him again. Hiro tends to be the one killed in battle, and usually treated as the comical character. He came to work for Hime after she hires his sister, Sawawa, as her maid. Flandre: Nicknamed Flan, she is a android, although she appears as a child. She is one of Hime's servants and valuable for her strength. Riza Wildman: A half-werewolf with incredible strength and speed who freeloads at Hime's mansion. She loves speed and is seen constantly dragging Hiro around. Due to her half-blood heritage, she can only transform her arms up to her elbows. Reiri Kamura: A female vampire who also freeloads of Hime. She and Riza have a slight rivalry due to their race. Op: BLOOD QUEEN by Aki Misato Ed: Hizamazuite ashi wo oname by Ali Projectmoreless
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    Sekirei

    Sekirei

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    Tokyo MX
    Sekirei - Supernatural, Action, Harem, Romance, Comedy (May contain bloody violence, bad language, nudity and adult themes) ... The Sekirei Project is a top secret competition held by the mysterious MBI Corporation. 108 cute girls, buxom women, and handsome guys called "Sekirei" have to fight, in one of the greatest battle royale, for their "Ashikabi". Minato feels as though he never gets a break. Failing to get into college twice, super shy around girls and jobless, Minato feels like a total loser. One day however, Minato meets a mysterious girl named Musubi, who literally fell from the sky. Minato helps Musubi and she bestows the power of an Ashikabi on Minato, changing his life forever. _______________________ Opening Theme: "Sekirei" by Saori Hayami, Marina Inoue, Kana Hanazawa, and Aya Endo Ending Theme: "Dear sweet heart" by Saori Hayami, Marina Inoue, Kana Hanazawa, and Aya Endomoreless
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    Mushi-shi

    Mushi-shi

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    Fuji Television
    Mushi-shi - Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Mystery, Psychological, Supernatural...

    This story is about Ginko, a Mushishi. Ginko is a man who understands the Mushi and who acts as a mediator between humans and Mushi. Mushi are not plants, animals, microbes, or fungi. It is best to think of them as primitive life forms. We tend not to notice that they exist until they have manifested some mysterious phenomena. They do not exist to frighten people; they just are. Join Ginko on his journey as he meets various people and explores the relationship between what we know as our world and the Mushi.

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    Opening Theme: "The Sore Feet Song" by Ally Kerr

    Ending Theme: #01: "Midori no Za" by Masuda Toshio (ep 1) #02: "Mabuta no Hikari" by Masuda Toshio (ep 2) #03: "Yawarakai Kaku" by Masuda Toshio (ep 3) #04: "Makura Kouji" by Masuda Toshio (ep 4) #05: "Tabi wo Suru Numa" by Masuda Toshio (ep 5) #06: "Tsuyu wo Suu Mure" by Masuda Toshio (ep 6) #07: "Ame ga Kuru Niji ga Tatsu" by Masuda Toshio (ep 7) #08: "Umi Sakai (Unasaka) Yori" by Masuda Toshio (ep 8) #09: "Omoi Mo" by Masuda Toshio (ep 9) #10: "Suzuri ni Sumu Shiro" by Masuda Toshio (ep 10) #11: "Yama Nemuru" by Masuda Toshio (ep 11) #12: "Sugame no Sakana (On Air Ver.)" by Masuda Toshio (ep 12) #13: "Ichiya Hashi" by Masuda Toshio (ep 13) #14: "Kago no Naka" by Masuda Toshio (ep 14) #15: "Haru to Usobuko" by Masuda Toshio (ep 15) #16: "Akatsuki no Hebi" by Masuda Toshio (ep 16) #17: "Kyo Mayu Tori" by Masuda Toshio (ep 17) #18: "Yama Idaku Koromo" by Masuda Toshio (ep 18) #19: "Teppen no Ito" by Masuda Toshio (ep 19) #20: "Fude no Umi" by Masuda Toshio (ep 20) #21: "Wata Houshi" by Masuda Toshio (ep 21) #22: "Oki Tsu Miya" by Masuda Toshio (ep 22) #23: "Sabi no Naku Koe" by Masuda Toshio (ep 23) #24: "Kagari no Gyou" by Masuda Toshio (ep 24) #25: "Ganpuku Me Wazawai" by Masuda Toshio (ep 25) #26: "Kusa wo Fumu Oto" by Masuda Toshio (ep 26)moreless
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    Gun X Sword

    Gun X Sword

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    G4 (ended 2005)
    Armed with a metal sash that straightens into a sword, lanky swordsman Van is traveling through the desert, searching for the mysterious clawed man who killed his bride. Along the way he picks up a fellow traveler: Wendy, a young girl whose town he saves from bandits by summoning a mecha with his sword. Wendy is searching for her missing older brother, whose engraved gun she carries on her back. In their mutual quest they run afoul of more bandits and villains, a mysterious woman named Carmen99, and more mecha battles a la Wild West.moreless
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    Cobra The Animation

    Cobra The Animation

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    Cobra is a very well known space pirate and decides to change how he looks and erase his memories. He gets an ordinary job and starts leading an ordinary life until he starts to remember who he used to be. Opening Theme: "Cobra the Space Pirate" by Sasja Antheunis

    Ending Theme: "Kimi no Uta" by Shigeru Matsuzakimoreless
  • 95
    Naoki Urasawa's Monster

    Naoki Urasawa's Monster

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    Viz Media
    What would you do if a child you saved grew up to be a monster? An ice-cold killer is on the loose, and Dr. Kenzo Tenma is the only one who can stop him! Tenma, a brilliant neurosurgeon with a promising future, risks his career to save the life of a critically wounded young boy named Johan. When the boy, now a coldhearted and charismatic young man, reappears nine years later in the midst of a string of unusual serial murders, Tenma must go on the run from the police, who suspect him to be the killer, to find Johan and stop the monster he set loose upon the world. Conspiracies, serial murders, and secret government experiments set against the grim backdrop of the formerly communist Eastern Europe are masterfully woven together in this compelling work of suspense.moreless
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    Chromium Blue

    Chromium Blue

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    Zalman King Company
    Chromium Blue. The deep blue sea. Beautiful people. Exotic ports. Intense romance and sensuality. An adventure of the senses. Fantasies fulfilled. At the beginning of each episode, the selected female guest is met at the airport of an exotic faraway city by a chauffeur-driven limousine and whisked away to an exquisite yacht, the Chromium Blue, anchored in the harbor. Everything is state-of-the-art, cutting-edge, the very best money can buy. Once aboard, she undergoes a complete makeover – head to toe. New hairdo, new make-up, brand new wardrobe, even a new name. She becomes a totally new person. The one she always wanted to be but never thought she could. And then her adventure begins. Tailor-made for her by the staff of the Chromium Blue to allow her to fulfill her most intense fantasies. She is completely anonymous, completely protected. How far will she go? As far as she dares.moreless
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    Spice and Wolf

    Spice and Wolf

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    TV Kanagawa (ended 2008)
    Based on the light novel series Okami to Koshinryo by Isuna Hasekura. Spice and Wolf is about a 25 year old peddler name Craft Lawrence who finds a mysterious and beautiful girl named Horo sleeping in the back of his wagon. He is surprised to find that the girl has ears and a tail and howls when she wakes up. He soon learns that she is the harvest god of the nearby village Pasroe and she wants to return to homeland in the north called Yoitsu. Horo manages to get Lawrence to take her with him and in turn helps him earn more then he did before. Little do they know, the church is watching the two very closely.moreless
  • 98
    Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit

    Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit

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    Adult Swim
    Seirei no Moribito - Fantasy, Action, Adventure (May contain violence)...

    Once every one hundred years a water spirit implants a human with an egg, transforming them into a Guardian of the Sacred Spirit. Chagum, the Second Prince of the New Yogo Empire is chosen by the water spirit. The Emperor worries that the prestige of the family is on the line with Chagum being a Guardian and tries to have him killed. ____________________

    Opening Theme: "Shine" by L'Arc-en-Ciel Ending Theme: "Itoshii Hito e (To the loved one)" by Sachi Tainakamoreless
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    Romeo X Juliet

    Romeo X Juliet

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    CBC
    This anime series maintains the basic premises of the Shakespearean story. It is set in the alternate-universe aerial city of Neo Verona, where Romeo is the heir to the throne, thanks to his father being the Duke of Montague. It is 14 years since the Montague's massacre of the Capulets which left only Juliet, who must now pass as a male peasant named Odin to survive. Through her skills with the sword and her compunction to aid those marginalized and persecuted by the Montagues, Juliet has become a hero to the people known as "The Red Whirlwind." Romeo and Juliet first meet when Romeo rescues "The Red Whirlwind" from the Montague guards. They end up falling for each other, but when Romeo's family's dark history is revealed, their relationship becomes the tragedy it was always destined to be.moreless
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    Alfred Hitchcock Presents

    Alfred Hitchcock Presents

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    CBS (ended 1962)
    Alfred Hitchcock Presents was a mystery and suspense anthology hosted by the master of suspense Alfred Hitchcock. Each 30 minute episode included opening and closing vignettes featuring Hitchcock who would often explain some aspect of the day's show and would often offer subtle (or not so subtle) jabs at the shows sponsors. The series premiered on CBS on Sunday, October 2, 1955 in the 9:30-10:00 PM timeslot opposite ABC's The Original Amateur Hour and NBC's Alcoa-Goodyear Playhouse. In its sixth season the show moved to NBC and was shown on Tuesday 8:30-9:00 PM. On NBC it served as the lead in for two other anthology shows Thriller and The Dick Powell Show. Alfred Hitchcock Presents featured both original works produced directly for television and adaptations of existing source material. Some authors whose work was adapted for the series include: Alexander Woollcott, Ambrose Bierce, Cornell Woolrich, Frederic Brown, Henry Slesar, H.H. Munro (aka Saki), John Cheever, John Collier, John Wyndham, Ray Bradbury, Roald Dahl, and Robert Bloch. The show also featured work by famous (or later famous) directors Alfred Hitchcock and Robert Altman. It also served as a proving ground for stars and future stars: Charles Bronson, Robert Redford, Steve McQueen, Peter Lorre, Robert Duvall, and Vera Miles. In 1962, Alfred Hitchcock Presents was expanded to one hour and was shown under the title the The Alfred Hitchcock Hour. In 1985, the these shows experienced a revival under the title Alfred Hitchcock Presents. Spinoff: The Alfred Hitchcock Hour Revivals: Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1985) Broadcast History CBS: October 1955-September 1960----Sunday----9:30 p.m.
    NBC: September 1960-June 1962----Tuesdays----8:30 p.m. Nielsen Ratings: (Top 30 or Better) #6 in the 1956-1957 Season
    #12 in the 1957-1958 Season
    #24 in the 1958-1959 Season
    #25 in the 1959-1960 Season Emmy Awards and Nominations 1955 Nominated: Alfred Hitchcock Presents Best Action or Adventure Series Nominated: Alfred Hitchcock Best MC or Program Hose (Male or Female) Nominated: Alfred Hitchcock, "The Case of Mr. Pelham" Best Director (Film Series) Winner: Edward W. Williams, "Breakdown" Best Editing of a Television Film 1956 Nominated: Alfred Hitchcock Presents Best Series (Half-Hour or Less) Nominated: Alfred Hitchcock Best Male Personality (Continuing Performance) Winner: James P. Cavanagh, "Fog Closes In" Best Teleplay Writing (Half-Hour or Less) 1957 Nominated: Alfred Hitchcock Presents Best Dramatic Anthology Series Winner: Robert Stevens, "The Glass Eye" Best Direction (Half-Hour or Less) 1958 Nominated: Alfred Hitchcock Presents Best Dramatic Series (Less Than One Hour) Nominated: Alfred Hitchcock, "Lamb to the Slaughter" Best Direction of a Single Program of a Dramatic Series (Less Than One Hour) Nominated: Roald Dahl, "Lamb to the Slaughter" Best Writing of a Single Program of a Dramatic Series (Less Than One Hour) 1959 Nominated: John J. Lloyd Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction and Scenic Design Nominated: Edward W. Williams, "Man from the South" Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Television 1960 Nominated: Edward W. Williams, "Incident in a Small Jail" Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Television Other Awards or Nominations The Golden Globe Awards (Voted each year since 1944 by members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association): 1957 Winner: Alfred Hitchcock Presents Best Television Program Look Magazine's Annual Television Awards (Voted initially by poll of TV executives, producers, directors, advertising executives and TV columnists, then, in 1955, via polls taken of TV critics and editors. The Award was Presented annually from 1950 to 1959 by the editors of Look magazine): 1955 Winner: Alfred Hitchcock Best Director 1956 Winner: Alfred Hitchcock Presents Best Dramatic Series (One-Half Hour) 1957 Winner: Alfred Hitchcock Presents Best Dramatic Series (One-Half Hour) Television Champion Awards (Voted each year since 1949 by polls of the nation's TV critics taken by the publishers of Television Almanac. The awards ceased in 1972): 1955 Winner: Alfred Hitchcock Presents Best Mystery Program 1956 Winner: Alfred Hitchcock Presents Best Mystery Program 1960 Winner: Alfred Hitchcock Presents Best Mystery Program First Telecast: October 2, 1955
    Last Telecast: June 26, 1962
    Unaired Episodes: 1 Episodes: 266 B&W Episodes
    (266 half-hour episodes, 1 three-part episode) moreless
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