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    Baggy Pants and the Nitwits

    Baggy Pants and the Nitwits

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    NBC (ended 1978)
    Baggy Pants & The Nitwits comprised of two cartoons. BAGGY PANTS: A five minute short about a Charlie Chaplin-type cat who gets into wacky situations. There's no voices for this segment (just like Tom & Jerry or Pink Panther) THE NITWITS: A retired super hero duo is called back into action. Arte Johnson voices Tyrone, a super hero who flys using his magic cane, Elmo. Ruth Buzzi voices Gladys, his wife. She usually bops the crooks with her purse. These two characters are based on their popular characters on Laugh-In!moreless
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    Runaround

    Runaround

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    NBC (ended 1973)
    There is no editor for this show. If you would like to be the editor look here for details. 9 children contestants competed in physical stunts & quizzes. Correct answers & winning the stunt kept you in play (& earning tokens) while losers sat in the penalty box. The contestant with the most tokens won the game & some prizes. There would never be another NBC Saturday morning game until I'm Telling came 15 years later. Strangely enough, this show was opposite Kid Power (comic strip Wee Pals) on ABC. Paul's daughter, April, was the voice of Connie. It was father vs daughter @ 10:30 (CST) back in 1972-73 season.moreless
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    Sweepstakes

    Sweepstakes

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    NBC (ended 1979)
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  • 184
    The Bob Crane Show

    The Bob Crane Show

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    NBC (ended 1975)
    Bob Wilcox (Bob Crane) quits his job as an insurance salesman to return to medical school at the City Medical School of University Hospital in Los Angeles. Short-lived sitcom starring the former star of "Hogan's Heroes."moreless
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    The Andy Williams Show (1969)

    The Andy Williams Show (1969)

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    NBC (ended 1971)
    The Andy Williams Show (1969) is the second of Andy Williams' variety shows on NBC. After a two-year hiatus smooth-voiced Andy Williams returned to television. With a slightly more open and comfortable feel, the show changed with the times, became a little more hip and focused on more comedy as well as the music. Bands making their appearance on Andy's newer hipper show were Creedence Clearwater Revival, Blood, Sweat and Tears, Elton John, The Rascals, Davy Jones from The Monkees, Gary Puckett and the Union Gap.moreless
  • 186
    The C.B. Bears

    The C.B. Bears

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    NBC (ended 1977)
    Hustle, Bump and Boogie work for Charlie "The Boss Woman." They drive around in an old garbage truck solving mysteries. This was an attempt by Hanna-Barbera Productions to take advantage of the CB radio craze of the 1970's. As with most Hanna-Barbera cartoons of the time other cartoons aired along with The C.B. Bears including Blast Off Buzzard, Heyyy It's the King, Posse Impossible, Shake Rattle and Roll and Undercover Elephant. (Of note: Posse Impossible was a spinoff of Hong Kong Phooey--the characters Stick, Blubber and Duke appeared in that show's final episode, "Comedy Cowboys.")moreless
  • 187
    A Man Called Sloane

    A Man Called Sloane

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    NBC (ended 1979)
    Thomas Remington Sloane III is a Priority One Agent, working for the counterespionage organization called UNIT. His mission is to rebuff the attempts of a group known as KARTEL from taking over the world. A Man Called Sloane starred Robert Conrad and the short-lived drama was canceled after only three months. The original pilot with Robert Logan in the lead role would be retitled and aired as a TV movie in 1981.moreless
  • 188
    Born Free

    Born Free

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    NBC (ended 1974)
    Joy and George Adamson are two colonial Britons who initially adopt three lion cubs after their parents are killed. This television adaptation was based on the 1965 Oscar winning movie, that was taken from Joy Adamson's hit book Born Free: A Lioness of Two Worlds, and was shot entirely on location in Kenya, East Africa. Original musical theme was written by John Barry.moreless
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    Fay

    Fay

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    NBC (ended 1976)
    After 25 years of marriage, Fay is now a divorcee. She must now start a new life for herself in spite of the disapproval of her family, including her ex-husband, Jack; her daughter, Linda; and Linda's husband, Dr. Elliott Baines. Fay's next-door neighbor, Lillian, has her own martial problems. She works as a secretary at a law firm. Danny Messina is Fay's boss; his partner, Al Cassidy, is the employer of Letty Gilmore, an African-American secretary who also works at the firm. Fay was canceled after ten episodes.moreless
  • 190
    Dinah's Place

    Dinah's Place

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    NBC (ended 1974)
    "Dinah's Place" is a potpourri of fashion, practical recipes with an epicurean touch, new tricks in make-up, exercise and diet and "something for the mind" - contemporary subjects of interest to women. The Hollywood set is recreated from her own livingroom, kitchen and dining area. She jokingly hoped they'd call the program "Dinah's Bar and Grille". Sponsored by Colgate-Palmolive.

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  • 191
    Mindreaders

    Mindreaders

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    NBC (ended 1980)
    Welcome to the Mindreaders guide at TV.com. "Match Game" meets "The Better Sex" when Goodson-Todman created this yes or no game show. Two teams of each sex consisted of a celebrity captain & 3 contestants. The main round had the celebrity captain try to guess how each contestant guessed yes or no to situations or questions. Right answers paid $50 while wrong answers paid $50 to the opponents & control by the opposing celebrity captain. The first team to reach $300 won the game & played a two tiered bonus game. PART 1: The Jury. 10 members of the studio audience were asked questions before the show. Each contestant gets a chance to play. After the question is read, the contestant places the answer on a counter (0-10). If the guess is exactly right, the team won $500. If it was one away, the team won $200. After that was played, it was time for the team to win 10X their winnings in... PART 2: Celebrity Turnabout. Contestants played for a jackpot ($2,000-$15,000) as they try to guess how the celebirty responded to a Yes-No question. Majority ruled & if the team matches the star, they win the jackpot! Both male-female teams played three games before retiring. The best possible winnings; $50,400.moreless
  • 192
    Diana

    Diana

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    NBC (ended 1974)
    In this half hour comedy, Diana Rigg stars as Diana Smythe, a recent divorcee who left London for New York, where she moved into the apartment of her brother, Roger (he was out of the country) and got a job as a fashion co-ordinator at Buckley's Department Store. In the pilot, the show was originally titled "The Diana Rigg Show" but was then changed to just Diana. Also featured were David Sheiner as Norman Brodnik, her boss: Nanette Fabray as Norman's wife Norma Brodnik in the pilot & then Barbara Barrie in the series, head of the merchandising department: Richard B Shull as co-worker Howard Tolbrook, a copywriter: Robert Moore as window dresser Marshall Tyler: and Carol Androsky as Diana's neighbor Holly Green, a model. Executive producer Leonard Stern from "Get Smart" fame.moreless
  • 193
    Grandpa Goes to Washington

    Grandpa Goes to Washington

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    NBC (ended 1979)
    Joe Kelley was a popular and outspoken professor of political science at a California university who, at age 66, was forced to retire. When a pair of candidates for the U.S. Senate were tarnished by scandal, Kelley jumped into the race--despite his lack of political experience--and won the election. Moving to Washington, D.C., Senator Kelley used his particularly honest and down-to-earth style to make his country a better place, despite the interference of his bumbling son Kevin, an Air Force general.moreless
  • 194
    Lanigan's Rabbi

    Lanigan's Rabbi

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    NBC (ended 1977)
    Based on the novels by Harry Kemelman, Lanigan's Rabbi starred Art Carney as small-town Police Chief Paul Lanigan. He was aided in his investigations by his friend (and amateur sleuth) Rabbi David Small (Bruce Solomon). Lanigan's Rabbi was the last series to air under the NBC Sunday Mystery Movie banner. It replaced Quincy, M.E. after that series evolved into a one-hour weekly show. In the first half of 1977, it aired along with Columbo, McMillan and McCloud. After the end of the first season of Lanigan's Rabbi, the Sunday Mystery Movie was cancelled.moreless
  • 195
    The Good Life (1971)

    The Good Life (1971)

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    NBC (ended 1972)
    Before they were primetime soap stars, Larry Hagman and Donna Mills played millionaire couple Albert and Jane Miller who pretended to be butler and cook for the Dutton family - Charles, his teenage son Nick, and his sister Grace.moreless
  • 196
    Kids From C.A.P.E.R.

    Kids From C.A.P.E.R.

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    NBC (ended 1977)
    Live-action Saturday morning comedy adventure series, featuring the adventures of four junior police officers at the 927th precinct in the town of Northeast Southweston.

    Each of the 13 episodes featured a song, 11 of which made it to an album. The show lasted for less than a full season on NBC in the 1976-77 tv season but still has a loyal following today. Along with the musical numbers (each song was featured at least twice per episode), the episodes often featured numerous self-referential and "fourth wall" jokes. C.A.P.E.R. stands for the "Civilian Authority for the Protection of Everybody, Regardless."

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    The "Kids" were:

    P.T. - The leader, able to calmly assess situations and 'sniff out' clues with his nose, which was named Seymour.

    Doc - The brains, as well as the heartthrob, his analytical powers were second to none.

    Bugs - The muscle, despite being considerably shorter than the rest, his one major weakness was an adverse reaction to the word "Banana".

    Doomsday - The shy, quiet one with the big appetite and an ability to talk to animals.

    They were aided (most of the time, anyway) by some regular characters:

    Sgt. Vinton - Their mentor at police HQ, he often brought them their cases.

    Kirk Klinsinger - A nosy news reporter who often got in the way and could always be relied on to run to his mother, whenever he was afraid (which was often)

    Mr. Featherstone - The Kids' pet shark, and radar system, whose tank was inside of the Big Bologna, their vehicle.

    "The Girl" – Usually, she would show up at the beginning of the show bring a case to the Kids and, more often than not, she would also end up as the love interest of one of the Kids. =============== Company credits Production Companies * Kirschner-Landsberg Distributors * National Broadcasting Company (NBC) ================== Release dates USA -- 11 September 1976 =================== Air Dates (On NBC) from 9/11/76 - 11/20/76, 4/9/77 - 9/3/77 ======================= Runtime: USA:30 min (13 episodes) Country: USA Language: English Color: Color Sound Mix: Monomoreless
  • 197
    The Rich Little Show

    The Rich Little Show

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    NBC (ended 1976)
    Impressionist Rich Little was the host and star of this comedy variety series. Each episode contained monologues, a number of comedy sketches, and performances by the week's guest stars.
  • 198
    Kingston: Confidential

    Kingston: Confidential

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    NBC (ended 1977)
    Kingston Confidential, which aired as a pilot in September of 1976, is the story of R.B. Kingston (Raymond Burr), the head of a San Francisco based consortium of newspapers and broadcasters. He and his staff of investigative reporters take on mysteries in one of Raymond Burr's favorite cities, San Francisco. The show later aired in 1977 on Wednesdays. Unfortunately, the show had a short run and ended after 5 months.moreless
  • 199
    The Oregon Trail

    The Oregon Trail

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    NBC (ended 1977)
    The Oregon Trail was a U.S. western drama series on NBC that was cancelled after only six episodes. All thirteen episodes would eventually be aired on BBC 2 in the U.K.moreless
  • 200
    Stop Susan Williams

    Stop Susan Williams

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    NBC (ended 1979)
    News photographer Susan Williams ventures all over the world on the trail of the conspirators responsible for her brother's murder. This was one of the three segments of the "Cliffhangers" series, so she ends up in deadly peril at the end of each episode.moreless
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