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    The Streets of San Francisco

    The Streets of San Francisco

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    CBS
    CBS is heading back to The Streets of San Francisco. The network is gearing up to breathe new life into the classic cop drama from the 1970s with a brand new focus on the city. Characters Steve Keller and Mike Stone are resurrected in a new era for old and new fans alike.moreless
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    Carol Burnett and Friends

    Carol Burnett and Friends

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    CBS (ended 1978)
    Carol Burnett and Friends was a syndicated, truncated version of The Carol Burnett Show, showing only the sketches.The show star's Carol Burnett and co-star's Tim Conway and Harvey Korman, Carol Burnett's related shows: The Carol Burnett Show Carol Burnett and Company The Carol Burnett Show (1991) Carol & Companymoreless
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    Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines

    Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines

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    CBS (ended 1971)
    Dastardly And Muttley In Their Flying Machines was a spinoff of the previous season's Wacky Races, which pitted the the drivers of the Mean Machine in World War I bi-planes in pursuit of a carrier pigeon, the patriotic Yankee Doodle Pigeon. Assisting--and often hindering--their attempts were the other components of this unit called the Vulture Squadron, the inventor Klunk and the coward Zilly.

    If some of the action resembled Road Runner cartoons, it's because Michael Maltese--Chuck Jones' main writer for the Road Runner--was a writer for this show (along with Larz Bourne and Dalton Sandifer). Muttley was given a more fleshed-out personality, craving medals for either saving Dastardly from a fall or putting Zilly back in his plane.

    Each half-hour was comprised of two Dastardly & Muttley cartoons, a blackout segment called Wing Dings, and a segment starring Muttley in Walter Mitty-style flights of fantasy called Magnificent Muttley. The show was sponsored by Kellogg's during its first season.

    The show's original name was Stop That Pigeon (the show's theme song), and was to have featured a heavy-jowled Red Baron-type commander and an orange dachshund in pilot's goggles. Klunk and Zilly were part of the group at the time, but soon after, the Baron and the dachshund were replaced with Dick Dastardly and Muttley.moreless
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    Lancer

    Lancer

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    CBS (ended 1970)
    Set in California during the 1870's, Lancer told the story of a family and it's struggles to run a ranch in the San Joaquin Valley.
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    Academy of Country Music Awards

    Academy of Country Music Awards

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    The superstars of Hollywood and Music gather together every year to celebrate the biggest accomplishments of the year in Country Music.
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    Josie and the Pussycats

    Josie and the Pussycats

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    CBS (ended 1972)
    Welcome to the Josie and the Pussycats page on TV.com Josie and the Pussycats followed the adventures of an all-girl rock and roll group as they traveled the world playing gigs and along the way thwarted the weird diabolical plots of several megalomaniacs looking to rule the world. Josie began as an Archie comics character in the late 1960's, starring in her own self-titled book. The stories followed the day-to-day adventures of Josie and her girlfriend Melody. Later, the title was expanded to Josie and the Pussycats, turning Josie and Melody into a rock band, along with new friend Valerie. Singer/guitarist Josie was the level-headed leader, drummer Melody added zaniness with her half-witted remarks and effervescent charm, and tambourinist Valerie was the brains of the group, typically saving the day with her intellect and mechanical know-how. Along with the three Pussycats were roadie (and Josie's boyfriend) Alan, band manager Alexander Cabot III, his conniving sister Alexandra, and her mischievous little cat, Sebastian. Bitter and talentless Alexandra had her eye on Alan, and constantly schemed to remove Josie from the scene so she could lead the band and have Alan all to herself. Alexander often got the band into hot water with his poorly booked tour dates and general cowardice. Though this series only lasted for one season from 1970-71, the characters themselves were popular enough to get a spinoff series titled Josie and the Pussycats in Outer Space which ran from 1972-73. They were also featured guest stars in The New Scooby-Doo Movies in one of three classic crossovers with Scooby-Doo and the gang in its second season. Theme Song: Josie and the Pussycats
    Long tails and ears for hats
    Guitars, and sharps and flats
    Neat, sweet, a groovy song
    You're invited, come along
    Hurry, hurry...
    See you all in Persia, or maybe France
    We could be in India (Inja) or Perchance
    Be with us in Bangkok
    Makes no difference where the action's at
    We're involved in this and that
    Come along now...
    Josie and the Pussycats
    No time for purrs and pats
    Won't run when they hear scat
    They're where the plot begins
    Come on, watch the good guys win

    Josie and the Pussycats
    Josie and the Pussycats... Yeah, yeah!
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    Planet of the Apes

    Planet of the Apes

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    CBS (ended 1974)
    Astronauts Alan Virdon and Pete Burke are thrown 1100 years forward in time to 3085 AD to find evolved apes have become the dominant species and humans their apathetic slaves. Feared by the ape authorities, their plight turns the head of a promising young chimpanzee named Galen, who adopts the heretical idea that maybe humans aren't a lower species and can co-exist with apes as equals. As the three struggle to survive life on the run, a bond of friendship grows between them like an intricate tapestry woven right before our eyes, a multi-threaded miracle born of compassion, respect, and the desire to replace fear with understanding. The series is loosely tied to the original movie series, reusing some footage and the ape makeup (albeit on a lower budget). Although it only lasted 14 episodes and spawned four paperback adaptations and 5 stitched-together TV movies, it retains a strong fan following and the occasional resurgence of interest with the 2001 remake of the original movie and the occasional SciFi Channel marathon or late-night cable showing of the TV movies.moreless
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    Flying High

    Flying High

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    CBS (ended 1979)
    Pam, Marcy and Lisa were three attractive airline stewardesses, who worked for Sun West Airlines based in Los Angeles. Their plane was piloted by bumbling ladies' man Captain March, while Raymond was the airline's PR man. One never knew the lives of stewardesses could be so thrilling, as our heroines frequently got into one romantic, adventuresome or humorous scrape after another. History: Sept 1978 - Dec. 78: Fri 10-11 Jan 1979- Tues 10 - 11moreless
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    The New Adventures of Batman

    The New Adventures of Batman

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    CBS (ended 1978)
    The New Adventures of Batman was produced by the Filmation> studio in 1977. This was the second Batman animated series produced by them, after the 1968-1969 series. The character designs for most of the characters (except Commissioner Gordon) were retained from the earlier series, although the more sophisticated animation technique of rotoscoping (tracing the characters' movements over live action footage) was used to give the characters a more fluid movement. Each episode also contained a short, moralistic "Bat Message" at the end. This was the first time that both Adam West and Burt Ward returned to their famous roles of Batman & Robin since the end of the live-action show in 1968. The series was actually on air at the same time as Hanna-Barbera's The All-New SuperFriends Hour, making this one of the very few times in television animation history that two characters' exploits were being produced simultaneously by two different studios. After the series' initial network run, it was then paired up with Filmation's Tarzan animated series of 1976, and known as The Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour which ran from September 10 1977 - September 2 1978 again on CBS. The series then became part of another package known as Tarzan And The Super 7 which ran from September 9 1978 - August 30 1980 still on CBS. Finally, the series was then shown as part of the Batman And The Super 7 collection of shows that ran from September 27 1980 - September 5 1981, this time on NBC.moreless
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    Bridget Loves Bernie

    Bridget Loves Bernie

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    CBS (ended 1973)
    Bridget Loves Bernie was a reasonably successful 1970s situation comedy about the marriage of two young people from vastly different backgrounds. The show starred Meredith Baxter as a Catholic girl from a wealthy family and David Birney as a Jewish boy with ambitions to be a writer (the two married in real life after the program ended).

    The series focused on the differences between the families and how the young married couple tried to bridge the gaps between them. Though Bridget Loves Bernie had good ratings and aired between All in the Family and The Mary Tyler Moore Show, it was somewhat controversial among some religious groups and CBS cancelled the show after one season.moreless
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    The Ghost Busters

    The Ghost Busters

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    CBS (ended 1976)
    A live-action Saturday-morning show about two men (Larry Storch and Forrest Tucker) and Tracy The Gorilla (Bob Burns), their side-kick; who are "ghost busters" that fight the ghosts of historical villains.

    At the beginning of each episode, the trio get a taped message outlining their new mission. Once the message plays, the recording self destructs. The Ghost Busters then head out to find, capture, or get rid of the supernatural being. In almost every case, the various creatures end up in the old castle. The various creatures they encountered included vikings, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, vampires, gypsies, werewolves, and of course, various ghosts.

    The Ghost Busters Theme Song Lyrics: We're the Ghostbusters I'm Spenser...He's Tracy I'm Kong We're the Ghostbusters, We're clever, courageous, and strong! Your sleep has been haunted with whispers and rattlings, Your blood has been curdled, we know what to do, Your skin has the creepies, you wonder what's happening, You're safe in our hands, we will take care of you! We're the Ghostbusters, Spirits and Demons beware! The Ghost Busters, Wherever you're hiding out there! We know what you're up to, we're ready for anything, We're bold and we're fearless, and never complain, We're always prepared, we're right there with everything, With us on the job, Troubles will fade, The Ghost Busters do it againnnnnnnn!moreless
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    The Jacksons

    The Jacksons

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    CBS (ended 1977)
    A variety show starring the Jacksons (Jackie, Tito, Marlon, Michael, and Randy) and their sisters (Rebbie, LaToya, and Janet).
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    Isis

    Isis

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    CBS (ended 1976)
    Thousands of years ago, Egyptian Queen Hatchupset was given an amulet by her Royal Wizard. This amulet empowered the queen with the powers of the goddess Isis; to command the elements of sky and earth. Flash forward to present time (1970's that is) young science teacher Andrea Thomas found this lost amulet while on an archaeological dig. She found she was heir to the "Secrets of Isis." By bearing the necklace that had the amulet, and calling out the phrase "OH MIGHTY ISIS," Andrea was transformed into Isis. As Isis, she could "soar as the falcon soars, run with the speed of gazelles, and command all the elements of sky and earth." In order to invoke her powers, she had to recite incantations. Her most famous incantation - "Oh zephyr winds which blow on high, lift me now so I can fly" - assisted her in taking flight. She also had control of animals, fire, water, etc. Her powers were usually used to help teach young people she came in contact with, a moral lesson. Her associates, Rick Mason, Cindy Lee, Dr. Barnes, and later, Rennie Carroll, were oblivious to her dual identity. Isis was seen as the female counterpart to Shazam (Captain Marvel). They had a few crossover episodes to each other's shows.moreless
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    The Amazing Spider-Man (1977)

    The Amazing Spider-Man (1977)

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    CBS (ended 1979)
    This live-action drama followed the exploits of Peter Parker, a freelance photographer for the Daily Bugle. Peter is bitten by a radioactive spider while on an assignment and gains the abilities of a spider. He can cling to walls and has the proportional strength and agility of a human-sized arachnid. Peter is also a part time college student at a local University where he is majoring in science. After receiving his new abilities, he constructs unique web-shooters which he wears on his wrists over the costume in this version, and later on only one wrist which allow him to swing from building to building and to catch crooks in a massive web. This version of the wall-crawler's exploits suffered from a low effects budget and long periods of hiatus between episodes. Still it holds pride of being the first live-action version of the comic book hero. Over the thirty-plus years since the TV series first debuted, this show has become a cult favorite.moreless
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    Tarzan Lord of the Jungle

    Tarzan Lord of the Jungle

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    CBS (ended 1977)
    The jungle...this is my domain...and I protect those who come here. For I am Tarzan, lord of the jungle. ThisTarzan, Lord of the Jungle cartoon was produced by Filmation. Filmation is no longer around and many of the rights to their shows were sold. Most of them were owned by Hallmark Entertainment Co. But, Hallmark sold all of their Filmation properties to a British media company called Entertainment Rights. Tarzan is one of those shows. There were a total of 65 episodes produced and are as follows: 1st Season (1976) - 16 episodes - Shown as Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle 2nd Season (1977) - 6 episodes - Shown as part of The Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour 3rd Season (1978) - 6 episodes - Shown as part of Tarzan and the Super Seven 4th Season (1979) - 8 episodes - Shown as part of Tarzan and the Super Seven 5th Season (1980) - 16 episodes - Shown as part of The Tarzan/Lone Ranger Adventure Hour 6th Season (1981) - 13 episodes - Shown as part of The Tarzan/Lone Ranger/Zorro Adventure Hourmoreless
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    Jeannie

    Jeannie

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    CBS (ended 1975)
    This was an animated CBS show based on "I Dream Of Jeannie". It aired Saturday mornings and had 16 episodes.

    Corey, an average California teenager, finds an unusual-looking bottle on the beach while surfing. He opens it, and a beautiful genie named Jeannie emerges. Her bumbling, corpulent sidekick, 'junior genie' Babu also emerges, and the two become Corey's servants. Most of the show's plots found Corey trying to live a normal teenager's life, while keeping the genies' identities secret, and teaming up with Jeannie to repair the damages caused by Babu's bungling. This show came out at the height of the so-called "teen cartoon" era. Several shows that had teenagers as the central characters all made their debuts around this time and this show was no exception. The premise of this show was pretty much an update of the original I Dream of Jeannie, except that this time Jeannie is, more or less, a teenager as is her master and his best bud, not adult astronauts as in the original series.moreless
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    The Harlem Globetrotters

    The Harlem Globetrotters

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    CBS (ended 1972)
    This series depicts the adventures of the famous basketball/comedy team as they toured around the world. The regular formula was usually that they would stop to help someone in trouble and get involved in a dispute that has to be inevitably settled by a basketball game that the villains set in an unusual setting to insure the Globetrotters will lose, like on ice against hockey players or against kangaroos. The team would be trounced in the first half, but always found a way to even the odds which would allow their superior skill to win the game in the second.moreless
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    The Sonny & Cher Show

    The Sonny & Cher Show

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    CBS (ended 1977)
    Following their very public and bitter divorce, Sonny & Cher each hosted their own variety series. With their solo ventures limping along after one season, a professional reconciliation was reached and the duo reteamed for The Sonny & Cher Show in February 1976.The new series debuted to outstanding ratings and high expectations. With a whole new array of comedy sketches and sets, Sonny & Cher sought to rekindle their former primetime success. Unfortunately, the show never reached the status that their former series, The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour had. While the stars felt that the show was funnier than ever, audiences were not to keen on the couple's new relationship. Many of the barbs that catipulted them into the top ten two years ago didn't go over very well with viewers, now that the couple was divorced. By the end of the 1975-1976 season the show had slipped to number 23 in the Nielson Ratings, not a bad spot, but not on par with CBS's original expectations. The second season of the series brought few changes to the format. An attempt to romantically reunite Sonny & Cher (or at least their alter egos, LaVerne and Alvin) did not seem to be enough to keep the show from slipping in the ratings. Many felt all attempts to catipult the show back into the top 10 were too little too late. Then, to add insult to injury, CBS moved the show from their native Sunday night timeslot, to Fridays at 9, and then finally to Monday at 10. By August 1977 the show had fallen out of the top thirty, the first time in five years. This proved to be enough of a reason to cancel the series. On August 29, 1977 the last episode of the Sonny & Cher Show was aired, thus closing the book on the decades most memorable and beloved variety series.moreless
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    The NFL Today

    The NFL Today

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    CBS pioneered the NFL pregame called The NFL Today, which orginally included Brent Musburger, Phylis George, Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder, Irv Cross and has went on to be a Emmy Award-winning show that has set the standard for many shows to follow. It started in the mid 1960's when the Super Bowl first came to exist, and it has continued on for the next 38 years, until CBS lost their rights to the NFL after the 1993 season to FOX. The NFL Today returned in 1998 with the AFC Package this time, and a cast consisting of Jim Nantz, Mike Ditka, Craig James, Randy Cross, and Jerry Glanville. Over the years, other former players have been a part of the show, including Dan Marino, Deion Sanders, Shannon Sharpe, Boomer Esiason, and the newest member of the show, joining in 2007, former head coach Bill Cowher. To this day it is a valuable resource to NFL fans to keep up with news on the latest NFL games and players and predictions on Sunday's outcomes. Many hosts have past, including Brent, Greg Gumbel, Jim Nantz, and now the modern-day version is hosted by James Brown and features anaylsis from Dan Marino, Shannon Sharpe and Boomer Esiason, who regularly make selections for the day's games on the show. The NFL Today also takes viewers out to their regional NFL game before any other network, with "First on the Field." The show has other segments, including "Football Faceoff" and "Chalk Talk", which were implimented in the 2006 season.moreless
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    The Good Guys (1970)

    The Good Guys (1970)

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    The Good Guys is a television show that ran from 1968-1970. It is about a taxi cab driver named Rufus Butterworth, who is best friends with Bert Gramus. Bert is the owner of the local diner named Bert's Place. Bert and Rufus have been friends since they were kids. They are always trying to make it rich and Rufus always thinks of schemes, but unfortunately they never work out. Claudia is Bert's wife who is a school teacher and sometimes helps out at the diner. Regulars to the diner included Mr Bender and Hal Dawson,. Big Tom was a truck driver who visited the diner a couple of times. Henry Arsdale was Claudia's father. Show Facts: First Telecast: September 25, 1968 Last Telecast: January 23, 1970 Number Of Episodes: 42 Number of Seasons: 2 Type Of Show: Situation Comedy Nielsen Ratings (Top 30 Or Better) Never finished in the top 30 CBS Prime-time Schedules Wednesday: September 1968 - September 1969 7:30-8:30 Daktari 8:30-9:00 The Good Guys 9:00-9:30 The Beverly Hillbillies 9:30-10:00 Green Acres 10:00-11:00 The Jonathan Winters Show Friday: September 1969 - January 1970 7:30-8:00 Get Smart 8:00-8:30 The Good Guys 8:30-9:00 Hogan's Heroes 9:00-11:00 CBS Friday Night Movie DVD Voting Vote for The Good Guys to be on DVD here at TVShowsOnDVD.com We now have 32 votes for The Good Guys to be on DVD. Scheduled Times As far a I know, The Good Guys is not airing anywhere in The United States. I am not sure if it ever has since 1970. According to Bob Denver's Book "Gilligan, Maynard, and Me" The Good Guys was once broadcast in South America. As of right now though I don't think its still on down there. The episodes that did air in South America were not in great quality. Supposedly in May of 1998 TV Land was going to air an episode or two of The Good Guys on there weekend line up. As the story goes TV Land did not air any episodes like they said they were going to, and they aired episodes from another rare series called He & She. This was probably the most recent occasion of The Good Guys almost airing. To bad they did not air it. The E! True Hollywood Story of Gilligan's Island airs occasionally on E! It features a scene from Let 'Em Eat Rolls, and an interview with Leonard Stern. The Good Guys in TV Guide Bob Denver and Herb Edelman made the cover of TV Guide magazine in the November 16-22 1968 edition. For a look at the cover click here. Bob Denver also make the cover of TV Magazine of the Sunday Herald Traveler in the September 29-5 of October. To see what the cover looked like click here. Bob Denver, Herb Edelman, and Joyce Van Patten all made the cover of TV Magazine for the St Louis Tribune. To see what the cover looked like click here. Joyce Van Patten did an interview with TV Guide for the June 6-11 1969 issue talking about The Good Guys. The Theme Song The music to The Good Guys wad done by Jerry Fielding who also did many other shows music. Some series he did the music for are The Bionic Woman, Hogan's Heroes, He & She, Barnaby Jones and many other shows. After The Good Guys he would continue with music in TV and movies. During his career he was nominated for 3 Oscars and he won and Emmy Award. Season 1 We're the Good Guys who never let a friend down Friends forever, ask anyone in this town When you're in a tussle, need some muscle I'll be there at your side And if hung yourself I will see that your soon untied If you want my shirt, I will give it with pride When you're up the creek, I'll swim out And then will paddle up when you shout I will saddle up Like I know, and I know you'll reciprocate Head to toe, because we're Two Good Guys ................................................................ Season 2 I'm a good guy Hey your another one too Like a brother Each to the other one true blue When there's trouble We're a double Sticking out a double nut chin But when our ship comes in Then we're going to be fat Not thin Even if it's just by The teeth of our skin When you think of Those hero's who Gives a shout about Good guys here While you read about Very few had a magic That slides right And that just puts faith in you 'Cause you're a good guy too. The Titles to the Episodes We now have almost every title to The Good Guys episodes. We are now only missing eight episode titles. Also the air dates I have listed might not be correct.moreless
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