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    Biography

    Biography

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    This show provides an in-depth profile of the lives of people throughout history who have captured our imagination.
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    Robotech: The Macross Saga

    Robotech: The Macross Saga

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    In 1999, an alien ship crashes on South Atalia Island and now, the humans know that we are not alone in space. Ten years later, the ship is re-created and re-named the SDF-1 Macross. However, on the day of its 1st take off, the aliens called Zentraedi make their way to Earth, beginning the UN Spacy vs. Zentraedi war that forever change the history of these two races. This story is mainly about Hikaru Ichijyo.moreless
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    An Evening at the Improv

    An Evening at the Improv

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    Welcome to the An Evening at the Improv guide. Standup comedy from the famous improvisational comedy club in Los Angeles, usually aired at 11:00PM on various nights on A&E. At first the guest hosts were showbiz veterans such as Phillis Diller and Milton Berle, but later the emphasis changed to attract a younger, hipper crowd (e.g. MTV's Martha Quinn). Performers were mostly young talents such as Richard Belzer, Arsenio Hall, Michael Keaton, and Paula Poundstone. An earlier version of An Evening at the Improv was syndicated in 1981-1983 with Budd Friedman as host. From: The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows 1946-present, by Tim Brooks and Earle Marshmoreless
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    Talk Of The Town

    Talk Of The Town

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    Talk Of The Town was a locally produced weekday show that ran for 1 hour each morning at 10am. Shown in the Boston, Massachusetts area it was a talk show/interview program that ran from May, 1988 through to November 1988. Matt Lauer was the host, and he held interviews with stars who were visiting Boston. Guests include Barbara Eden who came to Boston and did a interview for the September 30, 1988 show. Talk Of The Town was produced by the local Channel 7 then by a local CBS network affiliate known as WNEV TV. The show was Boston's version of Live with Regis. Talk Of The Town did well in the ratings and Matt Lauer was very popular with the audiences in Boston. The show, like Regis, had promotional contests such as their Wheel Of Fortune contest. Matt Lauer would also call people each day and ask them a trivia question. If they answered the question correctly they won a prize. The show ran for an hour from May 1988 until September 1988. Beginning October 3, 1988 the show started running for only 30 minutes. Ratings went down because due to this and the show finished its run in November 1988. Talk Of The Town was videotaped Live at the Channel 7 studios in Boston and gave Matt Lauer a chance to show he could host his own show. There was talk the show would have been syndicated if it had stayed in production for longer and the ratings had stayed good.moreless
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    The Mysterious Cities of Gold

    The Mysterious Cities of Gold

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    In the year 1532, Mendoza, a Spanish Navigator, Estaban, a young orphan, Zia, a young Incan girl, and a band of Spanish sailors set sail from Barcelona in search of El Dorado, the Mysterious City of Gold. Each is on a personal quest of discovery, heritage, and wealth.moreless
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    Thunderbirds 2086

    Thunderbirds 2086

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    This Japanese animated series was produced in 1982, and was an updated version of Gerry Anderson's original Supermarionation marionette showThunderbirds concept of an International Rescue organization dedicated to dealing with disasters at any time or place. The show was originally known in Japan as Scientific Rescue Team TechnoBoyger, and was a deliberate homage to the original Thunderbirds series. Since the show's producer, Banjiro Uemura was also the head of ITC Japan (ITC being the company that owned the original Thunderbirds series), the show was sold to ITC in the US, and with the help of experienced voice director Peter Fernandez (Speed Racer, Marine Boy, Star Blazers season 3), was dubbed into English and retitled Thunderbirds 2086, with some of the original music removed and replaced with music from Barry Gray, who compsed the music for the original Thunderbirds series. The series also boasted Noboru Ishiguro as one of the directors, and Kentaro Haneda as the series' composer, both of whom also played these roles in the contemporary and far more successful sci-fi anime Macross. It should also be noted that, apart from the show's title and general set-up, there were no direct references to the original Thunderbirds series. The show's backstory was that in 2066, the World Federation was formed, and now twenty years later, a new rescue team known as the Thunderbirds would be used to combat disasters on or off the Earth. The Thunderbirds operated under the authority of the International Rescue Organization, run by Dr. Gerald Simpson, and consisted of five pilots; Dylan Beyda (Raiji Hidaka, from Japan in the original Japanese version), Jessie Rigel (Eric Jones, from Britian), Jonathon Jordan Jr. (Sammy Edkins Jr.), Gran Hanson and Kallan James (Catherine Heywood, from the U.S.). In the dubbed version however, all of the pilots' nationalities were American. Unlike Gerry Anderson's original Thunderbirds team that only used 5 primary rescue vehicles, the Thunderbirds 2086 team had 17 separate vehicles capable of adapting to every environment. The series was first shown in English on the US Prism cable network in 1983, and finally made it to the shores of its spiritual ancestor in the UK in 1986. Although 24 episodes were produced, the show did not perform well in Japan and only 18 episodes were shown there, although 3 of the remaining 6 episodes were exported back to Japan and released on video in the Thunderbirds 2086 format, with English dialogue complete with Japanese subtitles. It should be noted that in some promotional episode guides for the English-language version of the show, several episodes had different (working) titles. These alternate titles have subsequently been used in some reference books and other sources. This episode guide will use the final titles as seen on-screen, with a note indicating the alternate title (if applicable). Additionally, since no exact airdates are known for the U.S. transmission of the series, the airdates of the original Japanese counterpart episodes are listed where relevant.moreless
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    Kane & Abel

    Kane & Abel

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    Three part mini series based on the novel by Jeffrey Archer. Two boys (Kane and Abel) are born on opposite sides of the world and into very different worlds. Their destiny leads to a dramatic meeting.moreless
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    Ultra 7

    Ultra 7

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    ULTRA SEVEN (URUTORA SEBUN) Show Type: Tokusatsu Science Fiction/Fantasy Produced by Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS) and Tsuburaya Productions First Telecast: October 1, 1967 Last Telecast: September 8, 1968 Color, 16mm -49 Episodes (only 48 now, as Episode 12 is banned; See Episode List/Guide for details) -2 TV Specials -3 OVT (Original Video Tokusatsu) Miniseries (14 episodes total) TOTAL EPISODES - 65 Basic Plot: At a time when Earth is about to be threatened by sinister aliens and monsters, Agent 340 from Nebula M-78 (the same planet Ultraman came from), who was originally sent to make a map of the Milky Way, decides to stay on Earth, and seeks to protect it. Disguised as a mysterious human named Dan Moroboshi, he is invited by the Terrestrial Defense Force to join its elite branch, the Ultra Garrison, as its sixth member to combat the threats from space. Little do the other 5 members of the Garrison know that whenever the situation becomes hopeless, Dan secretly puts on the Ultra Eye glasses, and becomes his true form of Agent 340, christened by the Garrison as its honorary 7th member, Ultra Seven! Series Background: Ultra Seven (Urutora Sebun in Japan) premiered on Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS) on October 10th, 1967. The show was created by special effects wizard Eiji Tsuburaya (who also created the first two shows, Ultra Q and Ultraman, the previous year) and his company Tsuburaya Productions. It is the 3rd Ultra Series and an indirect follow-up to the famous Ultraman (although the 4th series, 1971's Return of Ultraman, made a clearer connection to both shows, as did most subsequent shows of the series). Ultra Seven continues Ultraman's tradition of a giant superhero fighting outlandish monsters and aliens, but what makes this show unusual from almost all the Ultra Series was the serious sci-fi drama and character development (comparable to the original Star Trek). In some episodes, Seven himself makes a brief appearance, others have him fighting very short battles (much like a samurai duel), and other episodes have him fighting a whole fleet of UFOs (as opposed to the usual giant monsters & aliens of the week). This show's formula and style would be emulated in the new generation Ultra Series, starting with its first entry, the 1996 hit, Ultraman Tiga. To this day, fans across Japan have hailed Ultra Seven as a sci-fi masterpiece, and the best of all the Ultra Series. Those fans included cartoonists and animators (including veterans such as Rumiko Takahashi and Akira Toriyama) who created manga/anime shows such as Urusei Yatsura, Dragon Ball, Otaku no Video, and Pokemon, all of which had references to this show! In fact, Ultra Seven is considered the "Star Trek" of Japan, long before anime favorites like Space Battleship Yamato (AKA: Star Blazers) and Mobile Suit Gundam held that title! When Ultraman concluded on April 9, 1967, TBS aired Toei Company Ltd's Captain Ultra as the "official sequel" to Ultraman (Captain Ultra, a completely unrelated series, was loosely based on Edmond Hamilton's Captain Future pulp novels, which were adapted into an anime series by NHK in 1978). Months before Captain Ultra hit the airwaves, Tsuburaya pitched an idea for a space adventure called The Ultra Garrison (Urutora Keibitai) to TBS. This project evolved into Ultra Eye, about Dan Moroboshi, an esper alien from Planet R (not the same Planet R that the Baltans from Ultraman came from), who was born to an alien father and a human mother, whom he went to Earth in search for. Upon coming to Earth, Dan joined the Ultra Garrison, and became the driver of the Garrison's Supercar. But unbeknownst to anyone, in times of crisis, Dan transforms into his R-ian form, known on Earth as Redman. Almost identical to Ultra Seven, Redman's Capsule Monsters were monsters that were originally from Ultra Q and Ultraman (Red King, Antlar and Peguila), as opposed to the original monsters that were made for the show (Windom, Miclas and Aghira). The show initially began production as Redman (the same working title Ultraman used). Episodes 3, 2, 6 and 4 (the first episodes ever filmed in that order) were produced in May of 1967, with casting auditions held in June. The show was ultimately retitled Ultra Seven in August, and Episode 1 was then produced, and was the first to bear the final title. Thus, all references to "Redman" were dubbed out in the previously filmed episodes. (A strange, yet funny bit of trivia: Ultra Seven was originally going to be the title of this proposed live-action comedy by another company about prehistoric cavemen, much like The Flintstones!) With post-production completed in September, the show finally premiered on October 1, 1967, and competed against Toei Company's Giant Robo (Johnny Sokko and his Flying Robot) and P-Productions' Monster Prince, earning a 30% rating. The show was originally going to be a 39-episode series, like Ultraman, but high ratings called for 10 more episodes, even though the ratings dropped to 20% by the show's end. Ultra Seven came to an emotional end on September 8, 1968, and Eiji Tsuburaya decided that this would be the very last of the Ultra Series. That same year, he produced memorable non-Ultra SF TV shows such as Operation: Mystery (another pre-The X-Files series, with a Science Patrol-like team called Scientific Research Institute [SRI for short] investigating bizarre phoenomena; This series had no flashy monsters or aliens) and Mighty Jack (Mission: Impossible with high-tech weapons & vehicles; This show's first & last episode was combined into a movie for US TV by Sandy Frank in 1986). And in 1969, his final TV shows included Mighty Jack's campy sequel series Fight, Mighty Jack!, the childrens' show Chibira-kun (similar to his hit childrens' comedy series Monster Booska) and the Ultra Q-like Mystery Theater: Unbalance, which didn't air until 1973. Eiji Tsuburaya passed away on January 25, 1970. But the following year, his son Hajime Tsuburaya took over Tsuburaya Productions, and in 1971, he not only created the company's first non-Ultra superhero Mirrorman, but revived the Ultra Series! The next series, Return of Ultraman, premiered on April 2, 1971 (and the following night, another famous superhero premiered on Japanese TV; Kamen Rider!). Ultra Seven was also the first English-dubbed Japanese sci-fi show in Hawaii, where it was broadcast on KHON-TV in 1975 (the previous year, the more successful Kikaider [Kikaida] was shown in English subtitles). Produced by Tsuburaya's Hawaiian branch, the dubbing was provided by Commercial Recording Company in Honolulu, and the voice actors were students of the University of Hawaii's Speech Department. Veteran Japanese pop singer Masato Shimon sang the English version of the theme song in the credits. Unfortunately, this version is now lost, and only two episodes (including # 26) are known to exist. There was a second English-dubbed version done in 1985 by Turner Programming Center in Canada, with somewhat campy dialogue, a new opening credit sequence and synthesizer theme music. Though never broadcast since it was produced, this version finally saw light on TNT in February of 1994. It aired until 1999, when TNT's rights to the show expired, and reverted back to Tsuburaya Productions. Written by John Cassidy, with special thanks to August Ragone, Bob Johnson and Marc Hideo Miyake for information. Characters The Ultra Garrison Six elite members of the Terrestrial Defense Force (TDF), chosen to fight evil aliens and monsters using high-tech vehicles and weaponry. Commander Kaoru Kiriyama (Age 38) Captain of the Ultra Garrison. A no-nonsense but kind leader. From Tokyo. Shigeru Furuhashi (Age 29) Rotund, strong, trigger-happy member of the Garrison. From Hokkaido. (Sandaiyu Dokumamushi, who played Furuhashi, has previously played the equally trigger-happy Science Patrol member Arashi on Ultraman) Anne Yuri (Age 20) Token female member of the Garrison, and also the youngest. Is the team's communications operator and nurse, but is still effective in action. Has feelings for fellow member Dan Moroboshi. Also from Tokyo. Soga (Age 25) The Garrison's expert marksman. Easy-going, but fierce in battle. Is friends with Dan Moroboshi. From Southern Kyushu. Amagi (Age 24) The Garrison's twitchy stragegist. From Nagoya. (Bin Furuya, who played Amagi, was the suit actor for the title character of the original Ultraman. Nothing twitchy about that!) Dan Moroboshi/Ultra Seven (Agent 340) (Age 24) The title character, a soldier from the Land of Light in the Nebula M-78 (the same planet Ultraman came from). Originally sent to make a map of the Milky Way, he visits a planet that captivates him, our very own Earth, and on his first visit, saves the life of a young mountain climber named Jiro Satsuma, who nearly fell to his death to save a fellow climber from sharing his fate. Instead of combining with him, like Ultraman did to Science Patrol member Hayata, 340 makes himself into an exact likeness of the unconscious Jiro (with more casual civvies), but renames himself "Dan Moroboshi" to avoid confusion. A mysterious but friendly and helpful young man, Dan joins the Ultra Garrison as its sixth member, but unbeknownst to them (and anyone else for that matter), he saves the day from alien invasions in his true guise as Agent 340, christened by the Garrison as its "honorary 7th member," "Ultra Seven"! Among his arsenal, Ultra Seven's principal weapons are: -Eye Slugger: A detachable boomerang-like blade on Ultra Seven's helmet. With this, he can telepathically guide it to hack his opponent to pieces. -Emelium Ray: Fired from Ultra Seven's Colortimer (located in his forehead). -Wide Shot: Similar to Ultraman's Spacium Ray, except that Ultra Seven crosses his arms into an "L" position to fire this ray from his upper forearm. Ultra Seven is prominently 40 meters (132 feet) tall, and is able to make himself smaller, from normal human size to microscopic (like in Episode 31)! Whereas all known Ultra-beings have the weakness of remaining on Earth for a limited time of 3 minutes (signalled by their blinking Colortimers), Ultra Seven can seemingly survive on Earth's atmosphere beyond that time limit, thanks to a special energy supply (which depleted near the series' conclusion). Despite that, he still has a main weakness: He is dramatically weak in subzero temperature, and this weakness is signalled by the Colortimer in his forehead, which starts to blink. Therefore, Ultra Seven must fly to the sun to recharge his energy. Even as Dan Moroboshi, Ultra Seven has extraordinary abilities, such as telepathy, ESP, and even X-ray vision. Capsule Monsters When not transforming into Ultra Seven (or unable to transform under some circumstance), Dan carries with him a small case containing 5 Capsule Monsters, which aid him fight evil aliens and monsters. When thrown like a grenade, the capsule explodes, turning into a giant monster. When finished, Dan calls back the monster, which turns back into a capsule in his hand. Only 3 were used in this show. (NOTE: The Capsule Monsters were the basis for Bulma's exploding capsules in Dragon Ball [which turn into various items like tents, houses, jeeps, etc.], and the Poke-Balls in Pokemon!) Featured Capsule Monsters: -Windom (40 meters) A metallic, monster-like robot from the planet Metal. Clumsy and comical, Windom is the least reliable of the Capsule Monsters. Discharges energy bolts from its forehead. Destroyed by the Guts Aliens in Episode 39. -Miclas (40 meters) A hulking horned monster from the planet Buffalo. The strongest of the capsule monsters. Resembles a Mayan statue. Shoots a powerful red heat beam from his mouth. -Aghira (45 meters) A styracosaurus-like lizard monster from the planet Animal. The fastest of the capsule monsters. The red frill-like collar around his head spreads out under duress. Ultra Garrison Vehicles & Weapons -Ultra Hawk 1 The Ultra Garrison's principal craft, a super-ship that separates into three separate fighter jets, the Alpha, Beta and Gamma sections. Launches from a hangar inside against a mountain. (The Ultra Hawk 1 would later inspire the GUTS Eagle from 1997's Ultraman Dyna). -Ultra Hawk 2 Spacecraft that shoots a laser from its nose cone. Launched from an octagonal silo. -Ultra Hawk 3 VTOL craft that launches from behind a waterfall. Also transports the Magmaraiser. Releases fire retardants. -Station Hawks The TDF's basic jet fighters. -Max The Garrison's atomic ship. -Magmaraiser The Garrison's subterranean drill vehicle (similar to the Pelucidar from Ultraman. Shoots bombs and missiles. -Hydranger Submarine piloted by two. Shoots missiles and lasers. -Pointer The Ultra Garrison's modified stock Crysler Imperial (and later, a Mitsubishi Eclipse). It fires missiles, has an energy barrier, and can also hover over land and ride on the sea. -Space Stations V1, V2 and V3 The TDF's space stations, on which the Station Hawks and Ultra Hawk 2 can dock. V3, which is stationed in orbit over the Far East, is commanded by Kiriyama's old academy buddy Commander Kurata. -Ultragun The basic laser gun carried by each Ultra Garrison member. -Videociever Communicator watches (with small video screens) worn by each Ultra Garrison member. (The name of the device is a cross between "video" and "reciever") -Paralyzer Gun -Electro-H Gun -MS Bomb -Vertical Shotgun Lyrics Main Theme Urutora Sebun no Uta (The Song of Ultra Seven) Performed by The Echoes and the Misuzu Childrens' Choir Sebun, Sebun, Sebun, Sebun Sebun! Sebun! Sebun! Sebun! Sebun! Sebun! Haruka na hoshi ga furusato da Urutora Sebun, faitaa Sebun Urutora Sebun, Sebun, Sebun Susume, ginga no hate made mo Urutora Ai de supaaku! Sebun! Sebun! Sebun! Sebun! Sebun! Sebun! Moroboshi Dan no na wo karite Urutora Sebun, hiiroo Sebun Urutora Sebun, Sebun, Sebun Taose, hi wo haku daikaijuu Urutora Biimu de sutoraiku! Sebun! Sebun! Sebun! Sebun! Sebun! Sebun! Mirakuruman no nanbaa da Urutora Sebun, eesu da, Sebun Urutora Sebun, Sebun, Sebun Mamore, bokura no shiawase wo Urutora Hooku de atakku! TRANSLATION Seven, Seven, Seven, Seven Seven! Seven! Seven! Seven! Seven! Seven! A faraway planet is your home Ultra Seven, fighter Seven Ultra Seven, Seven, Seven Forward, to the end of the Milky Way Spark with the Ultra Eye! Seven! Seven! Seven! Seven! Seven! Seven! Borrowing the name of Dan Moroboshi Ultra Seven, hero Seven Ultra Seven, Seven, Seven Beat them, the fire-breathing monsters Strike with the Ultra Beam! Seven! Seven! Seven! Seven! Seven! Seven! The number of the miracle-man Ultra Seven, you're an ace, Seven Ultra Seven, Seven, Seven Defend, our happiness Attack with the Ultra Hawk! English Version The Theme Song of Ultra Seven Performed by Masato Shimon Seven, Seven, Seven, Seven Seven! Seven! Seven! Seven! Seven! Seven! Far among the galaxy is where your home lies Ultra Seven, fighter Seven Ultra Seven, Seven, Seven March to the end of the big Milky Way With the Ultra Eye, spark! Seven! Seven! Seven! Seven! Seven! Seven! We know you by another name, the planet man Dan Ultra Seven, hero Seven Ultra Seven, Seven, Seven Save us from destruction, the evil monsters With the Ultra Beam, strike! Seven! Seven! Seven! Seven! Seven! Seven! Seven is the number of the miracle man Ultra Seven, hero Seven Ultra Seven, Seven, Seven Go, fight, defend our life and happiness With the Ultra Hawk, attack! ULTRA SEVEN Performed by The Echoes (NOTE: This was originally meant to be the show's main title theme song, but around 200 children were allowed to select between this song, and the one that was ultimately used; This song is still featured in several episodes) 1 2 3 4, 1 2 3 4 COME ON, (5, 6) SEVEN 1 2 3 4, 1 2 3 4 ULTRA (5, 6) SEVEN ATTACK, THE HAWKMISSILE FIGHTER SEVEN ULTRA SEVEN 1 2 3 4, 1 2 3 4 LET'S GO, (5, 6) SEVEN 1 2 3 4, 1 2 3 4 ULTRA (5, 6) SEVEN STRIKE, THE EYESLUGGER HERO SEVEN ULTRA SEVENmoreless
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    Almost Live!

    Almost Live!

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    Almost Live! was a skit show in the vein of SNL, on a local station in Seattle - King 5. In the early days of Comedy Central Almost Live! filled a few early AM slots.moreless
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    The Adventures of McGee and Me

    The Adventures of McGee and Me

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    Nick is a normal 11-year old boy who just moved into the area. His best pal is McGee, an animated character. Together they face the trials of growing up... bullies, sports, making new friends, and of course school. Each episode teaches a valuable lesson about life, and dilemmas are solved using Christian principles. Nicholas Martin Actor: Joe Dammann Nicholas (Nick) Martin is the reluctant hero of the series. An unimposing, 11-year-old aspiring artist who uses his great imagination and creativity to make up for what he lacks in brains and brawn. McGee is Nick's cartoon creation brought to life in Nick's imagination. Together the two experience wild adventures that Nick never would have dreamed of getting involved in if it weren't for his rascal cartoon companion. McGee Actor: McGee McGee is the cartoon inspiration from the pen and imagination of Nick Martin. As Nick's alter ego, McGee is everything Nick is not--hip, adventurous, and impulsive. Taking risks and pursuing adventures is McGee's idea of fun. After all, McGee usually doesn't have to pay the costs of their mistakes--Nick does of course! Despite all of this, McGee definitely shares in Nick's moral beliefs. He just is the type that likes to jump headfirst into things and ask discerning questions later. Dad Actor: Terry Bozeman Dad gave up his high-paying job as an established reporter for a major metropolitan newspaper to become managing editor for a weekly community newspaper. This was all part of a change that he and the family decided upon when they wanted to simplify their life and move into Grandma's house. Despite his mechanical ineptitude, he likes to hold fix-it-up house parties each Saturday to build family camaraderie. Mom Actress: Vaugn Taylor Mom was the first one in the family who felt the need to simplify their life--hence the eventual move into Grandma's house. Mom decided to postpone her career and devote more energy to the family while taking care of her aging mother. Gutsy, creative, and intelligent, Mom has a desire to be active in outreaches in her community. Jamie Actress: Sarah Dammann Nick's older sister, Jamie, experiences the usual sibling-rivalry conflicts with her younger brother, Nick. Though they often pick on each other, Jamie and Nick do have a strong brother/sister bond. The move has not been easy for Jamie. She had forgotten how difficult it is to make new friends, and how important it is to her to have the approval of others. Grandma Actress: Eve Brenner A retired missionary now living as a widow on her own. She is nearly 80 but didn't want to sell her house despite the slow but sure decline of the neighborhood. Finally a compromise was made, now the family is living with her. Nick and Grandma are extremely close. She offers Nick the pearls of wisdom only one of her age could offer. And she, more than most, understands Nick's quiet sensitivity and encourages his wonderful gift of imagination. Louis Actor: Brent Kelly Streetwise kid who befriends Nick in the first episode, "The Big Lie". Louis grew up in the neighborhood and has taken on the task of showing Nick the ropes around the block. He likes to tease Nick for his naïveté, but Louis has an unspoken admiration for Nick's life and family. Louis is definitely wise to the ways of the neighborhood, and is basically a good kid. Derrick Actor: Johnny Green This kid is bad. Likes to extort money from kids and beat up anyone who gets in his way. He is the leader of a small gang of guys you don't want to mess with. Of course, Nick gets on Derrick's wrong side straight off the bat. It will take all of Nick's creative energy to keep from getting clobbered by this bully. Derrick isn't very bright so, he threatens kids into doing his homework for him. Renee Actress: Shaylisa Hurt This well-dressed classmate of Nick's is just a couple of steps behind a valley girl and just as funny. She is constantly striving to be "in"--wearing the latest fashions, hair, and makeup. But she strives a little too hard for acceptance.moreless
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    Aura Battler Dunbine

    Aura Battler Dunbine

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    After a motocross accident, Show Zama awakes in the mystical world of Byston Well. Here, he and other humans have been recruited by Lord Drake Luft as pilots for his newest weapons, the Aura Battlers. With time, Show encounters a woman from Earth, called Marvel, who informs him that Luft's true intentions are not very friendly.moreless
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    Mujer...Casos de la vida real

    Mujer...Casos de la vida real

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    This show is a spanish show in which the viewers mail in stories and expierences that they went through. The host, Silvia Pinal, tells the viewers a general idea of the story and then they show it. Sometimes it even shows if one thing was changed in the story how the woman might have ended up. This show takes viewers into the life of how some women in the world are going through and helps others that are going through the same situation to save themselves someway. Unfortuanately this show is only in spanish and has not been transformed to english yet.moreless
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    Tokkei Winspector

    Tokkei Winspector

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    Welcome to the Winspector guide on Tv.com This series portays the adventures of the Winspector Team which consists of 4 humans and two robots. The boss of Winspector is Masaki who created this special task force to support the ordinary police departments in Tokyo. Winspector solves cases that are just too hard for the normal police. The human officers are Ryuma, who transforms into the red robot called Fire, and his partner Junko. Unlike Ryuma, Junko doesn't own a Protector Suit. The team also owns two robots called Biker and Walter who support Fire in his adventuresmoreless
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    Caroline's Comedy Hour

    Caroline's Comedy Hour

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    Standup comedy and sketches taped at the New York club, generally aired by A&E Sunday nights at 11:00PM. The debut featured Carol Leifer as host, with Richard Belzer, Bobby Collins, and Ron Darian performing. From: The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows 1946-present, by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh.moreless
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    The Rose of Tralee

    The Rose of Tralee

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    The Rose Of Tralee is an annual contest where women from all over Ireland and some from other parts of the world come. The winner is always the girl who is pretty and has a great talent or personality.moreless
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    The Potato Head Kids

    The Potato Head Kids

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    Potato Head Kids was a TV show that began in 1985. It was created to pair with a show My Little Pony 'n Friends. An episode of My Little Pony was played for 15 minutes and then an episode of Potato Head Kids, MoonDreamers or Glo Friends follow. Potato Head Kids was an outgrowth of the Mr. Potato Head character franchise. Mr. Potato Head now played an adult figure in the lives of the title kids, a varied bunch of different potatoes with different personalities. Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head often appeared, but they were far from the focus. Actually, Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head are just general generic characters, assuming roles ranging from "Farmer Potatoes" to "Teacher Potatoes" to "Parent Potatoes" depending on what the kids felt like doing on a particular day.moreless
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    Almost There!

    Almost There!

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    Coming soon...
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    Faculty Lounge

    Faculty Lounge

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    1982 TV's pilot starring Maureen McCormick (The Brady Bunch).
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    In Our Lives

    In Our Lives

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    This long running tv series that follows the lives of the students at Regional High School until they graduate and go to college.
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    The Great American Quiz Show

    The Great American Quiz Show

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    "The Great American Quiz Show" was filmed Live at Fanueil Hall in Boston,Massachusetts with Barbara Eden starring with Tony Randall,Isabel Sanford,Marc Price and John Davidson hosting.The show was Great and was filmed Live at Fanueil Hall in Boston,Massachusetts.More than 250 people were in the audience in Fanueil Hall in Boston,Massachusetts for the special show.The show was locally produced by Channel 7 WNEV TV (They are now known as WHDH) in Boston,Massachusetts The show was produced by Marcia Mule'.David Gosey Directed.Jonathan Baxter,Andrew Reikes,Maria Sullivan,and George Vago were the Associate Directors.Theodore Bogosian was the Senior Producer.Steve Schlow was the Executive Producer.Bill Springer was Technical Director.Production manager was Matthew Mixon.Cary Friedman was the lighting director.Michael Williams was the Engineering Supervisior.Chris Clausen was the announcer.Ed Asner,Ed Bradley,Larry,Darryl,And Darryl,Dennis Franz,Rich Little,Tom Poston,Dan Rather,Alaina Reed,Yakov Smirnoff,Livingston Taylor,Meshach Taylor,and Meredith Vieira were in the show via pre recorded video.Michael Sandorse was the Engineering Crew Chief.Richard Collier was the Production Assistant.Rich Larsen did the public address.John Gunnison Wiseman,Lisa Linden,and Kelly Clawson did the set.Bruce Marson was the Executive in Charge of Programming of the show.Music by Erik Lindgren.Poll information was courtesy of The Hearst Corporaton.Limousines were provided by Mystic Valley Limousine and Madison Avenue Limousine.Accomadations were provided by the Omni Parker House in Boston,Massachusetts.Visuals were courtsey of the Trustees of the Museum of Our Natural Heritage and the Trustees of the Boston Public Library.The show aired in Boston,Massachusetts area and later was syndicated in some areas.The show was a We The People production.Sponsored in part by Digital,New England Telephone,and Dunkin Donuts.The show was closed captioned for the hearing impaired with funding provided by these companies.The show was in color.Jim Davis,a photographer in 1987 for "The Boston Hearld" newspaper took photos for publicity.moreless
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