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    The Betty White Show

    The Betty White Show

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    CBS (ended 1978)
    Joyce Whitman, an actress, lands the lead in a TV series called "Undercover Woman" (a parody of Angie Dickinson's "Police Woman"). Joyce is thrilled with the show, but less pleased to learn that the director is her ex-husband John Elliot, whom she unfondly refers to as "old pickle puss." He responds in kind, supplying his star with an oversized male double named Hugo and dialogue not nearly as sharp as her tongue. Also on hand are Joyce's best friend Mitzi, co-star actor Fletcher and network penny-pincher Doug.moreless
  • 182
    My Favorite Martians

    My Favorite Martians

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    CBS (ended 1973)
    The sitcom debuted in 1963. Its cartoon spin-off debuted 10 years later.

    Uncle Martin comes back to earth, this time having his nephew Andy & dog Okie. They stay at Tim's house & Tim now has a niece named Katie.

    Of course their nosey neighbor, Officer Brennan (or as Loralei calls him "poopsie") would always try to expose who they really are & would end up falling down right into the rain barrel!moreless
  • 183
    Storefront Lawyers

    Storefront Lawyers

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    CBS (ended 1971)
    Storefront Lawyers followed the career of high level attorney David Hansen who becomes disillusioned with his Los Angeles law practice and starts an on-the-street legal advice company called Neighborhood Legal Services. After 13 episodes, the show's name was changed to Men At Law and it's format changed, with Hansen and the others from the non-profit going back to work for the super law firm he had left.moreless
  • 184
    Busting Loose

    Busting Loose

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    CBS (ended 1977)
    Busting Loose best describes the theme of this short-lived sitcom: Lenny Markowitz (Adam Arkin) moves out of his parents' house and into his own apartment, while living next door to a gorgeous redhead named Melody and hanging out with his childhood friends.moreless
  • 185
    The Star Wars Holiday Special

    The Star Wars Holiday Special

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    CBS (ended 1978)
    This often-overlooked holiday special explored Chewbacca's wife and family. Han Solo celebrates 'Life Day' with the family in this television special from 1978.
  • 186
    Arnie

    Arnie

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    CBS (ended 1972)
    Arnie was a worker in a small manufacturing plant who was suddenly promoted to "entry level" upper management. The show deals with his situations at work, being often caught between good management decisions versus doing right by his old cronies who still worked in the labor force. He would often take his situations home where he would try to get his family to help him decide what he should do. All this sounds a bit serious but was presented in a very humorous manner while also offering certain little lessons of life.moreless
  • 187
    The Dain Curse

    The Dain Curse

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    CBS (ended 1978)
    CBS mini-series based on the mystery novel of the same name
  • 188
    Ivan the Terrible

    Ivan the Terrible

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    CBS (ended 1976)
    A Summer Series on CBS that got good ratings, and could be described as "Archie Bunker behind the Iron Curtain" Sadly, pressure from the State Department - who were under pressure from the Soviet Government - caused the show not to be renewed for a full season.moreless
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    Celebrity Challenge of the Sexes

    Celebrity Challenge of the Sexes

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    CBS (ended 1978)
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  • 190
    Circus of the Stars

    Circus of the Stars

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    CBS
    Stars perform in the ring.
  • 191
    Kaz

    Kaz

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    CBS (ended 1979)
    Ron Leibman starred in the title role of a former criminal of gets his law degree while serving time in prison. Upon his release, "Kaz" seeks employment with one of the most prestigious law firms in town, and that elusive first case. Leibman, who was the show's co-creator, won an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Dramatic Series after the show was canceled.moreless
  • 192
    Wacko

    Wacko

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    CBS (ended 1977)
    Wacko was a 30-minute Saturday morning variety show aimed at children, which included many fast-paced bits and musical numbers. The three primaries on the show were Bo Kaprall, Julie McWhirter, and Charles Fleischer.moreless
  • 193
    Where's Huddles

    Where's Huddles

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    CBS (ended 1970)
    An animated ten-episode CBS summer replacement series for The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour in the summer of 1970, Where's Huddles? was produced by Hanna-Barbera and was similar in format to The Flintstones. Some of the similar elements were: a two married couple structure, domestic and work related scenes, a snickering dog (a la Muttley) and even the talents of Mel Blanc, playing one of the leads. Ed Huddles, the quarterback of the NFL team Rhinos and his wife Marge lived next door to Bubba McCoy, the center and his wife Penny. Their next door neighbor, Claude Pertwee (voice of Paul Lynde) was a priss who hated football. The show was even rerun on late Sunday afternoons on CBS in the summer of 1971.moreless
  • 194
    To Rome With Love

    To Rome With Love

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    CBS (ended 1971)
    After his wife's death, Michael Endicott accepts a job as a professor at a school in Rome. Moving with him from Iowa to Rome are his three daughters, his sister Harriet (first season only), and his father-in-law Andy (second season only).moreless
  • 195
    Rafferty

    Rafferty

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    CBS (ended 1977)
    Patrick McGoohan (Secret Agent, The Prisoner) returned to series television with "Rafferty", after two memorable guest star performances on "Columbo". McGoohan played a retired army doctor who is adjusting to civilian life. Dr. Sid Rafferty was cantankerous, independent, idiosyncratic and a brilliant diagnostician. Rafferty was a precursor to House, and McGoohan would have been a blast as Dr. House. The producer of the show was talented Jerry Thorpe (Kung Fu, Harry O, The Lazarus Syndrome, Our House). Thorpe always picked strong, somewhat atypical series leads. Thorpe was one of the best series drama producers of the 1970's. McGoohan was superb as Rafferty, although it was a little startling how much he had aged since "The Prisoner". But he was still an extremely attractive middle-aged man, sort of reminiscent of David Janssen. McGoohan directed one episode of "Rafferty", but he wasn't a producer as he was on "The Prisoner". McGoohan was never happy with the quality of "Rafferty", and he never did another series. But "Rafferty" was a fine effort, nothing to be ashamed of. John Getz played Dr. Rafferty's young associate, but was later replaced by talented Michael C. Gwynne.moreless
  • 196
    We'll Get By

    We'll Get By

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    CBS (ended 1975)
    We'll Get By was the tale of a New Jersey family of five: George and Liz Platt, and their three children, in this short-lived sitcom created by Alan Alda.
  • 197
    Chicago Teddy Bears

    Chicago Teddy Bears

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    CBS (ended 1971)
    A short-lived sitcom a mobster who wants to take over his cousin's business in 1920s Chicago.
  • 198
    Joey & Dad

    Joey & Dad

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    CBS (ended 1975)
    Sexy singer-dancer Joey Heatherton teamed with her father Ray in this summer variety series. Father and daughter sang, danced, and did comedy sketches on the show and with their guest stars.moreless
  • 199
    Calucci's Department

    Calucci's Department

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    CBS (ended 1973)
    Joe Calucci runs New York's Unemployment Department where he supervises a bunch of troublesome employees.

    The show was canceled after 13 episodes.
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    Dear Detective

    Dear Detective

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    CBS (ended 1979)
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