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Shirley Temple's Storybook

Shirley Temple's Storybook logoThis was a very popular show which brought back Shirley Temple in her adult life. Shirley was the narrator and would introduce the show for the evening. These stories were most often a version of a fairytale. At times, Shirley would even act in them. Her children also made appearances. Television opened up a whole new generation to her and her movies. Four of her childhood movies were put on television, Wee Willie Winkie, Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, Captain January, and Heidi. Shirley Temple mania started all over again! These compare favorably to Shelley Duvall's fairy tales and had the wonderful advantage of showing a grown-up Shirley Temple. Jan 12, 1958 - Dec 1959 (ABC) Mon 7:30-8:30 (16 Specials) Sep 1960 - Sep 1961 (NBC) Sun 7:00-8:00 Also Known As: The Shirley Temple Show (1960) (n...

Shirt Tales

Shirt Tales logoWelcome to the Shirt Tales guide at TV Tome. Based on a popular line of greeting cards, The Shirt Tales were a group of adorable animals whose shirts would randomly proclaim things such as "Hug me" or "Let's go!," usually hinting at the current mood of the various "Tales." The group consisted of leader Tyg the tiger, Rick the raccoon, a girl panda named Pammy, Digger the mole, and a monkey called Bogey, so named because he called everyone "shweetheart" a la Humphrey Bogart. In the second season, another female character was added, young Kip the kangaroo. The group lived in an oak tree in the middle of a public park, under the watchful eye of Superintendent Dinkle. Hardly a group of loiterers, the Shirt Tails helped park visitors through acts of goodwill and their uncanny ability to solve...

Siberia

Siberia logoIn 1908, a meteor hit deep into the remote Siberian territory of Tunguska. Now, more than 100 years later, 16 contestants descend on Tunguska unknowing of the land’s mysterious past. When a contestant is badly injured and no help arrives, the contestants are met with the chilling realization that the strange occurrences are not part of the show. With their safety threatened, competing contestants must band together in an effort to survive.

Silver Spoons

Silver Spoons logoSilver Spoons started as a series built around the idea of Ricky Stratton teaching his father Edward to grow up while Edward taught Ricky to be a kid. In the series opening twelve-year-old Ricky arrives at his unsuspecting father's mansion to introduce himself and move in. His mother Evelyn had placed him in military school after she remarried and thought Ricky would be in the way. Edward Stratton III was the epitome of the words "overgrown child" never having taken responsibility for anything in his lifetime. His lifestyle was that of a ten-year-old going as far as having video games and a scale freight train in the livingroom. Needless to say, he was surprised to discover that his seven day marriage to Evelyn Bluedhorn had produced a son. After originally sending Ricky back to boarding s...

Singer & Sons

Singer & Sons logoWelcome to the Singer & Sons guide at TV Tome. This sitcom centred on a New York City delicatessen which had been in the Singer family for 90 years. The current owner, Nathan Singer, is worried he might have to sell or close the business. Then his black housekeeper, Sarah patterson, offers to have her sons run the place. The result is Singer & Sons, a Jewish delicatessen run by two black men. Only four episodes of this summer replacement series were produced.

Sky King

Sky King logoSchuyler J. ("Sky") King of the Flying Crown Ranch and his niece Penny fight the evil that men do and take arms against a sea of troubles in Sky's plane, the Songbird. The aerodynamic Western. Adapted from the radio series Sky King (1946-1954).

Smash (2012)

Smash (2012) logo“Smash” is a musical drama that celebrates the beauty and heartbreak of the Broadway theater as it follows a cross-section of dreamers and schemers who all have one common desire — to be a “Smash.”

SNL Weekend Update Thursday

SNL Weekend Update Thursday logoA political satire news show spun-off from Saturday Night Live, featuring that show's "Weekend Update" segment

Someone Like Me

Someone Like Me logoWelcome to the <B>Someone Like Me guide at TV Tome. There is no editor for this show. If you would like to be the editor look here for details.
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