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    The Ropers

    The Ropers

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    ABC (ended 1980)
    Welcome to The Ropers guide at TV.com. During Three's Company episode 51 "An Anniversary Surprise", Stanley Roper (Norman Fell) sells the building and now he and Helen Roper (Audra Lindley) must move out. This leads to them finally leaving in "Moving On" (episode 1 of The Ropers) to a new home. The Ropers meet Jeffrey P. Brookes III (Jeffrey Tambor), his wife Anne (Patricia McCormack), and their son David Brookes (Evan Cohen). At the end of Season 1, Larry comes to visit them, while at the beginning of Season 2, Jack, Janet and Chrissy come to visit. These, however, would be the only Three's Company crossovers in the series run. In 1980 the Ropers found a girl, Jenny Ballinger (Louise Vallance), in their storeroom. Tragically, The Ropers was cancelled after the second season. The Ropers would later visit the Three's Company kids one more time in the episode "The Night of the Ropers". Show Type: Situation Comedy First Telecast: March 13, 1979 Last Telecast: May 15, 1980 Episodes: 28 Color Episodes Nielson Ratings Spring 1979: #8 Broadcast History Mar 1979-Apr 1979, ABC Tue 10:00-10:30 Aug 1979-Sep 1979, ABC Sun 8:30-9:00 Sep 1979-Jan 1980, ABC Sat 8:00-8:30 Jan 1980-Mar 1980, ABC Sat 8:30-9:00 May 1980, ABC Thu 9:30-10:00 Spun off from: Three's Company Based off of: George and Mildred Other Shows to check out: Three's A Crowd Man About the House Robin's Nest US/UK Cast Comparisons THREE'S COMPANY/MAN ABOUT THE HOUSE Jack Tripper....Robin Trip Janet Wood......Chrissy Plummer Chrissy Snow....Jo Stanley Roper...George Roper Helen Roper.....Mildred Roper Larry Dallas....Larry Simmons Lana Sheilds....N/A Ralph Furley....N/A Cindy Snow......N/A Terri Alden.....N/A THE ROPERS/GEORGE & MILDRED Stanley Roper.....George Roper Helen Roper.......Mildred Roper Jeffery Brookes...Jeffery Fourmile Ann Brookes.......Ann Fourmile David Brookes.....Tristam Fourmile Jenny Ballinger...N/A THREE'S A CROWD/ROBIN'S NEST Jack Tripper........Robin Trip Vicky Bradford.....Victoria Nicholls-Trip James Bradford.....James Nicholls Claudia Bradford...Gertrude Nicholls EZ Taylor..........Albert Riddle Intresting Facts: The Ropers started out as George and Mildred Roper for Three's Company Pilot #1. From Pilot #2 on, they became what we now know them as Helen and Stanley. Norman Fell was born in Philadelphia, PA. He died in 1998 due to cancer. Audra Lindley was born in Los Angeles, CA. She died in 1997 due to complications of leukemia. Jeffrey Tambor went on to become a star of the show Arrested Development. Audra Lindley had to retire her wig that she wore in the Three's Company episode "The Bake-off". Even though the cast was told never to break the fourth wall (the audience/cameras), Mr. Roper (Fell) was the only character to do so, due to the audience liking it so much. Mr. Roper (Fell) still does not know that Jack is not gay. Mr. Roper (Fell) still can be heard saying, "Not tonight Helen, I gotta headache." Mrs. Roper (Lindley) is still spending alot of money on food, and her shawls and muumuus. DVD Releases from Three's Company/Three's A Crowd: Three's Company, Season 1: November 11, 2003 Three's Company, Season 2: May 4, 2004 Three's Company, Season 3: November 9, 2004 Three's Company, Season 4: May 3, 2005 Three's Company, Season 5: October 4, 2005 Three's Company, Season 6: March 7, 2006 Three's Company, Season 7: July 25, 2006 Three's Company, Season 8: October 10, 2006 Three's A Crowd, Season 1: ??? ??, ????moreless
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    Roots: The Next Generations

    Roots: The Next Generations

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    ABC (ended 1979)
    Continuing the story of Pulitzer-prize winning author Alex Haley's ancestors, this award-winning sequel to Roots picks up the story at the conclusion of the Civil War, and covers the significant historic events that impacted Haley and his family, from Reconstruction and Jim Crow, through World War I, the Great Depression, and World War II. The epic account concludes during the Civil Rights movement in the 1960s when the author himself tracks down and eventually meets his distant kin in Gambia, West Africa while preparing to write what would become his ground--breaking novel Roots: The Saga of an American Family.moreless
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    The Hardy Boys Mysteries

    The Hardy Boys Mysteries

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    ABC (ended 1979)
    Based on the famous book series. The series follows the adventures of 16-year-old Joe Hardy and 18-year-old Frank Hardy, the teenage detective sons of world-famous infestigator Fenton Hardy. At first the series alternated on Sundays nights with The Nancy Drew Mysteries. In the Fall of 1977 the Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew appeared jointly in some epsiodes, and then in Feb 1978 the two shows were combined into one.moreless
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    A Charlie Brown Christmas

    A Charlie Brown Christmas

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    ABC (Holiday Event 1965)
    Disenchanted by the overwhelming materialism of the Christmas season, Charlie Brown decides to put on a school Christmas pageant to try and discover the real meaning of Christmas.
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    The Bugs Bunny Show

    The Bugs Bunny Show

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    ABC (ended 1972)
    The Bugs Bunny Show was ABC's second prime-time animated series, along with The Flintstones and aired at 7:30 pm on Sundays. Not only was it one of the earliest broadcasts of Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies on televsion, it was popular for kids since it was a cartoon. Each episode was directed by a handful of senior Warner staffers, including, Friz Freleng, Chuck Jones, Robert McKimson, and Maurice Noble. The show would open with Bugs and Daffy marching out on stage singing "This Is It" which became an instint musical hit among animation and television fans. Then Bugs would introduce a theme or a special guest host. Three cartoons would run and segments were placed between each one. After the second segment a commerical would run. The commerical would exclusively feature one or more of Warner cartoon star which was usually Bugs adverising either Kool-Aid, Tang, or Post Cereals. At the end "Coming Attractions" would be viewed as a sort of "sneak preview" of next week's show. The show was compised of exclusively post-1948 Warner cartoons since it was ownership of the shorts was divided-which Guild Films had owned most of the black and white cartoons while A.A.P. owned all the pre-1948 color shorts-and the 1931-1933 black and white Merrie Melodies. ABC stopped running The Bugs Bunny Show and soon CBC in Canada started showing an/the entire 3rd season in the early 70s, since ABC had cancelled The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour for "Welcome Back, Kotter". These "new" episodes were actually just color version of the older episodes-with the three cartoons changed. With this additional 3rd "cheater" season, there were 78 episodes total. Today The Bugs Bunny Show remains one of the best and most memorable programs in television history. MORE INFORMATION Until 1966 all 52 episodes were originally shown in black and white. Later all 52 episodes were put into color. In September, 1971, the half-hour Bugs Bunny Show reappeared, on Saturday mornings.moreless
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    Detective School

    Detective School

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    ABC (ended 1979)
    This short-lived sitcom—also known as Detective School—One Flight Up—dealt with an unusual assortment of students who, obviously, attend a night school for detectives run by inept private investigator Nick Hannigan. Their lesson plan is continually interrupted by evidence of actual criminal activity in progress. The students included show salesman Eddie Dawkins; secretary Teresa Cleary; La Fleke Lingerie Company model Maggie Ferguson; an elderly gentleman named Robert Redford; housewife Charlene Jenkins; door-to-door salesman Leo Frack; and mailroom clerk Silvio DaSalvo. The Hannigan Detective School and Agency was suuposedly located at 1407 East Figaroa.moreless
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    Mighty Man and Yukk

    Mighty Man and Yukk

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    ABC (ended 1983)
    Yukk is the ugliest dog that ever was, but he happens to belong to millionaire Brandon Brewster. Brandon uses his mighty machine to shrink in size but become super powered while his sidekick Yukk helps him through adventure after adventure.moreless
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    Hong Kong Phooey

    Hong Kong Phooey

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    ABC (ended 1976)
    Hong Kong Phooey was a Saturday morning cartoon created by Hanna-Barbera back in 1974. There were only 16 episodes that ever aired on the television network, ABC. After the show was cancelled, NBC purchased the rights to re-air the original 16 episodes from 1977 to 1979.

    The show is about a janitor named Penrod "Penry" Pooch, who works along with Sarge and Rosemary at the local police station. Whenever Penry overhears a crime being committed, he "jumps" into action. Actually, it's a filing cabinet that Penry jumps into. But shortly after, out comes Hong Kong Phooey. Ready to put the criminals where they belong-- Jail!

    But to get to the crime scene, he uses the Phooeymobile. This vehicle can change into anything Hong Kong Phooey needs it for (Car, boat...), with a swift "bong of the gong."

    But as we know, for every great superhero, there is the superhero's trusty side-kick. And for Hong Kong Phooey, this would be Spot, a cat who can't speak, only mumbles/grumbles at everything he knows Honk Kong Phooey is doing wrong..... which is EVERYTHING! So, even though we secretly know Spot may be the smart one here... Hong Kong Phooey is the one given the credit in the end.moreless
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    Scooby's All Star Laff-A-Lympics

    Scooby's All Star Laff-A-Lympics

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    ABC (ended 1979)
    After Olympic fever swept the nations, especially the United States in 1976 (the nation's bicentennial), the worldwide sporting competitions would be sorely missed until 1980, as well as 1984, when the U.S. would be the host nation for the Summer Games. Fortunately Hanna-Barbera provided a worthy substitue in animated form as up to 45 of their cartoon characters (classic and otherwise) were featured on this show competing for the gold medal. While some events were similar to real-life Olympic events, most were pretty offbeat and quite unusual, and could only be done on cartoons like this. Among these weird events were racing on ostriches, camels, kangaroos, rickshaws and unicycles, as well as scavenging for creatures like the Abominable Snowman, vampires, and the Loch Ness Monster. With events like these, each Laff-A-Lympic was bound to be a major adventure! As indicated, up to 45 of Hanna-Barbera's characters were featured in this classic series. They were divided into 3 teams: THE SCOOBY DOOBIES are the coolest assembled team of crime fighters and mystery solvers. They were featured in various shows that debuted in the late 1960's to mid-1970's. Here are the team members: Team Captain Scooby-Doo, with longtime sidekick Shaggy (from several Scooby-Doo series), and cousin Scooby-Dum (featured in only 4 episodes of The Scooby-Doo Show). Dynomutt, Dog Wonder (from the same-titled show), and superhero companion Blue Falcon. The World's First Superhero and his mystery-solving sidekicks Dee Dee, Brenda, and Taffy of Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels. Speed Buggy (featured in the same-titled series) and his mechanic sidekick Tinker. Babu, the bumbling apprentice genie, featured in Jeannie. Hong Kong Phooey, featured in the same-titled show. THE YOGI YAHOOEYS consist of the wacky animal characters featured in hundreds of shorts from several series that originally aired from the late 1950's to the early 60's. Originally featured on The Huckleberry Hound Show, Yogi Bear's popularity exploded into the latter decade and was the lead character of his own show in 1960, as well as various spinoff shows well into the 1970's. Laff-A-Lympics, however, was a rare exception since Scooby-Doo's popularity began skyrocketing from this decade on well into today. In this show, Yogi was a secondary character though he indeed had significant screen time. Below are his team members: Team Captain Yogi Bear, with sidekick Boo Boo, and co-stars from his series Yakky Doodle, and Yogi's on/off girlfriend, southern belle Cindy Bear. Huckleberry Hound, along with other co-stars from his series, Hokey Wolf, Pixie, Dixie, and Mr. Jinks. Quick Draw McGraw, with his co-stars, detectives Snooper and Blabber, and son and father duo Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy. Wally Gator, originally featured in The New Hanna-Barbera Cartoon Series (1962). The Great Grape Ape, the 40-foot purple gorilla, featured as part of H-B's Tom and Jerry Show in the mid-70's. THE REALLY ROTTENS are the ultimate team of cheats. Unlike the other teams, they obviously resorted to cheating in efforts to win, either by sabotaging their opponents' chances to win, or with whatever other dirty tricks they had up their sleeves. Of course, they rarely got away with with their efforts and were usually penalized in the form of point deductions. It's really no surprise that they always ended up with the bronze medal in most episodes. The majority of Rottens were featured only on this show. The lone exception was team captain Mumbly, who like Grape Ape, was featured in H-B's Tom and Jerry Show. Ironically, he was the good guy in his segments since he was a relentless detective. But since he has many similarities to Muttley from The Wacky Races, it was reasonable to make him just as conniving as the shaggy mutt sidekick to Dick Dastardly. Speaking of Dick, he seemed to be the basis for Dread Baron, a pilot and Mumbly's devious sidekick. This pairing was just as similar since they competed (and usually cheated) in most events together. The rest of the Rottens are listed below: The Dalton Brothers: Cheating cowboys Dinky (the big one), Dirty (short with dark hair and moustache), and Dastardly (short with blond hair). Mr. and Mrs. Creeply, and their son Creeply Jr. Sort of resembled the Gruesome family on The Flintstones. Their descendants, perhaps?!? Included in their bizarre family is their creepy pet Orful Octopus, who can provide 8 times as much trouble with his tentacles at any given time. The Great Fondoo (a bad magician whose poor-quality magic usually does his team more harm than good) and his Magic Rabbit. Daisy Mayhem (a bad, barefoot, yet spirited hillbilly girl with a lot of split ends in her hair) and her eyepatch and sneaker-wearing porcine pet, Sooey Pig. Other stars featured in this fine series were Snagglepuss (featured on The Yogi Bear Show) and Mildew Wolf (featured in the It's the Wolf segments of The Cattanoga Cats Show) as the show's commentators, as well as Flintstones stars Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble, and Jabberjaw (from his self-titled series), who made occasional appearances to either explain the rules and/or judge particular events. The main objective for each team in this series was to score the highest number of points in four events (sometimes more) in two locales to earn the gold medal. The majority of events had the simple scoring process of 25 points for the winner, 15 for second, and 10 for third place. There were occasional 50-point bonus events which could help a team get back into the competition or pull them well past the others depending on whoever was trailing or leading at the time. While the Scooby and Yogi teams played fairly most of the time, you could always count on the Rottens to pull off some major cheating to wreck the other teams' chances of winning. With rules and regulations, however, they very rarely got away with their dirty deeds and only really hurt their own chances of winning. Of course, without them, Laff-A-Lympics certainly wouldn't have been the entertaining series it was, just as The Wacky Races would have been just an ordinary show without Dick Dastardly and Muttley cheating most of the time. They were clearly the stars of that show. But unlike the terrible twosome, the Rottens actually did win a couple of times, which proved if they kept trying, their efforts would pay off. Overall though, everybody featured on the show were winners as were William Hanna and Joseph Barbera for this great addition to the 1970's Saturday morning schedule. Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics is among many Hanna-Barbera shows that air on Boomerang from Cartoon Network.moreless
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    Davy Crockett

    Davy Crockett

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    ABC (ended 1955)
    The classic Walt Disney series featuring the life of Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier, starring Fess Parker (Daniel Boone) and Buddy Ebsen (Beverly Hillbillies, Barnaby Jones) as the legendary frontiersman Davy Crockett and his best friend, Georgie Russell.

    The series followed their adventures through the Indian Wars, Davy's tenure in Congress, travels down the Missisippi River, and the last stand at the Alamo.

    The five episodes of the series aired as segments of "Disneyland"; in 1954 and 1955. Later, they were re-edited and packaged into the theatrical releases Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier and Davy Crockett and the River Pirates. In 1989, Disney launched a revival series, with Tim Dunigan and Gary Grubbs. Though good in its own right, it never reached the popularity of the original Fess Parker episodes.

    The popularity of the shows made the "Ballad of Davy Crockett" a chart-topping single and inspired children across the country to sport coonskin caps.moreless
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    SuperFriends (1978)

    SuperFriends (1978)

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    ABC (ended 1978)
    First Telecast: September 9, 1978
    Last Telecast: December 23, 1978
    Episodes: 16 Color Episodes
    (16 half-hour episodes)
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    The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour

    The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour

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    ABC (ended 1976)
    This hour long show is based on the adventures of Scooby-Doo and Dynomutt in a half-hour adventure of both shows. While many of you know Scooby-Doo as the character who solves mysteries with his Mystery Inc. crew, some might not know who is Dynomutt, Dog Wonder.

    Dynomutt, Dog Wonder is a silly sidekick canine of the super hero known as Blue Falcon. You may have seen Blue Falcon and his silly canine on many shows. Together the crime fighting team is unstoppable.

    In this format, the show lasted one season. There were additional original Dynomutt episodes made but they were shown on a later series Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics

    THE SCOOBY-DOO/DYNOMUTT HOUR MAIN TITLE THEME

    They've got it all together, and do you know what? Scooby Doo is hangin' 'round with Dynomutt! While Scooby Doo is haunted by a spooky ghost, Dynomutt is doin' what he does the most.

    They make a super pair, with a super show to share: Scooby Doo and Dynomutt!

    (Instrumental solo)

    They make a super pair, with a super show to share: Scooby Doo and Dynomutt! The Scoo-by Doo...Dynomutt Hour!moreless
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    The World's Greatest SuperFriends

    The World's Greatest SuperFriends

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    ABC (ended 1980)
    Follow the adventures of Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Zan, Jayna, and Gleek! The World's Greatest Superfriends premiered on ABC Saturday, September 22, 1979 with the episode Rub Three Times for Disaster; the first of eight 30-minute episodes. This incarnation of the Superfriends followed the very successful run of Challenge of the Superfriends, which featured The Legion of Doom. In that series, the Superfriends battled the same foes in each episode. In The World's Greatest Superfriends, there is a different enemy in each episode. Stanley Jones reprises his role of Lex Luthor in the second episode of this series in a nice bit of continuity. The Wonder Twins and their space monkey Gleek also return after taking a hiatus during the last series. Other highlights of this series: the formation of Super Robin in The Superfriends Meet Frankenstein, the loss of Superman's memory and his thinking he's the Black Knight in Space Knights Of Camelon, and the chilling battle with the Evil Superfriends in Universe of Evil.moreless
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    Scooby and Scrappy-Doo

    Scooby and Scrappy-Doo

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    ABC (ended 1985)
    Scooby and Scrappy-Doo premiered on September 22, 1979. This cartoon introduced another character to the cast: Scooby's nephew Scrappy-Doo, whose main purpose was to splat ghosts while the gang tries to run away from them. In November 1980, this show was known as The Richie Rich/Scooby Doo Hour, which only featured Shaggy, Scooby, and Scrappy in three 7-minute short segments, and was shared with Richie Rich, the adventures of Richie Rich and his dog Dollar and his robotic maid. These shows shared an hour for two seasons. In 1982, Scooby and Scrappy Doo shared an hour with a cartoon about Pete the Puppy and his friends and also had three short segments, the third being a Yabba-Doo cartoon, one of Scooby-Doo's cousins who lived in the Wild West. This show was known as The Scooby-Doo/Puppy Hour. The show was revamped as The New Scooby-Doo and Scrappy Doo Show in September 1983, and brought Daphne back to join Shaggy and the dogs in solving mysteries. This cartoon consisted of two segments, and was often combined with repeats from previous seasons. In 1984, the show underwent another name change and was called The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries, which brought back the original gang. Oh and in 1990 new episodes were aired!moreless
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    Spider-Woman

    Spider-Woman

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    ABC (ended 1980)
    This animated series was produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises, with the character of Spider-Woman being specifically created in order for Marvel Comics to have a female counterpart to Spider-Man before any other comics company thought of the idea. She first appeared in the comic Marvel Spotlight #32 in February 1977 and was originally intended to actually be a genetically altered spider, having been evolved into human form, named Arachne. This story was changed for her next appearance in Spider-Woman #1 in April 1978, where it was said that spider powers were granted to Jessica Drew by the character of the High Evolutionary (later a regular character in the Spider-Man Unlimited TV show). For the TV show, only Spider-Woman's real name and powers were kept intact from the comicbook. Everything else about the show's setup was created specifically for the television series. Her origin for the TV show was that as a child she was bitten by a poisonous spider. Her father, Dr. Alexander Drew saved her life by using an untested spider serum that inadvertently gave her spider powers. And now, with Jessica as the head of Justice Magazine, she battles evil as Spider-Woman, with the help of photographer Jeff Hunt, and her nephew Billy Drew.moreless
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    Donny and Marie

    Donny and Marie

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    ABC (ended 1979)
    The popular brother/sister act hosted this variety show which always opened up with "I'm a little bit country, I'm a little bit rock n' roll..."
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    Dick Clark's Primetime New Year's Rockin' Eve With Ryan Seacrest

    Dick Clark's Primetime New Year's Rockin' Eve With Ryan Seacrest

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    ABC (Holiday Event 1972)
    Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve has been a New Year's tradition for decades. Many people the country over wait for the ball to drop in New York City's Times Square with Dick Clark. The show promises great musical performers and live coverage of New Year's Eve festivities. The show airs every New Year's Eve with the exception of 1999, when there was a special new millennium coverage. Dick Clark did a small segment for that year. And in 2004, Dick Clark did not host the show due to illness.moreless
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    The Immortal (1970)

    The Immortal (1970)

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    ABC (ended 1971)
    WELCOME TO THE IMMORTAL AT TV.COM! Ben Richards works as a test car driver. He is a young, handsome man with no cares in the world. His life is turned upside down after he donates a pint of blood. The doctor tells him that there's something different about his blood. Nothing "wrong" -- to the contrary, Ben's O negative blood contains antibodies and immunities that make him totally immune to everything, including old age. The billionaire who gets his donated blood is brought back from the brink of death because of those antibodies. He learns of Ben's blood and, as the effects of the transfusion wear off, decides he must control Ben's life so that this rare gift will be available any time he needs it. Ben is offered everything in exchange for becoming the billionaire's private fountain of youth. He rejects the offer but finds himself imprisoned. He escapes and is forced to go on the run, leaving behind his job, his home, and his financee. Even after the billionaire dies, Ben is not safe: Fletcher, an employee of the deceased, recruits a new billionaire. Fletcher is given a blank check and the job of finding Ben Richards. While looking over his shoulder for Fletcher, Ben is also on the lookout for his brother, Jason. The two were orphaned and separated as teenagers. No one knows if Jason's blood also possesses these miraculous antibodies. Ben only knows he has to find Jason before Fletcher does.moreless
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    Jabberjaw

    Jabberjaw

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    ABC (ended 1976)
    This show is about 4 kids and a shark that solve mysteries in the year 2021 Jabberjaw is reminicent of Curly of The Three Stooges (He sounds just like him, plus he has the laugh), and Rodney Dangerfield (He sometimes complains about not getting any respect). The show ran for two seasons, the second of which was composed entirely of repeats. The shark himself reappeared later in the decade as a competitor on Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics. Jabberjaw Theme Song They call him Jabber-Jabber-Jabber-Jabberjaw The most futuristic shark you ever saw He can walk, and talk, and look, he's even breathing He's so sharp the things he does are unbelieving Jaber-Jabber-Jabber-Jabberjaw he's the latest greatest shark you ever saw, When his friends get in a jam They just callon this big ham He's Jabber-Jabber-Jabber-Jabberjaw He's the finnest, funniest, shark you ever saw He's Jabber-Jabber-Jabber-Jabberjaw I dont get no respect JabberJawmoreless
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    Electra Woman and Dyna Girl

    Electra Woman and Dyna Girl

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    ABC (ended 1977)
    Electra Woman and Dyna Girl was originally presented as a segment of "The Krofft Supershow" during the 1976-77 season. This series originally aired in 15-minute segments so each episode was shown in 2 parts -- part one shown on Saturday, and the exciting conclusion the next Saturday. (Theme Song): "Electra Woman and Dyna Girl / Fighting all evil deeds. / Each writes for a magazine / Hiding the life she leads. --- Electra Woman and Dyna Girl --- Summoned to Electra-base / By Electra-comps they wear. / Lori and Judy dare to face / Any criminal anywhere. --- Electra Woman and Dyna Girl."moreless
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