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100 Years: The Australian Story

100 Years: The Australian Story logo‘100 Years: The Australian Story’, ABC TV, traces the big themes in twentieth-century political history, from 1901 to 2001.

101 Ways to Leave a Game Show (US)

101 Ways to Leave a Game Show (US) logoPlayers who answer questions incorrectly leave the show in a dramatic way.

12 O'Clock High

12 O'Clock High logoThe series follows the missions of the fictitious 918th Bomb Group of the U.S. Army Air Forces (USAAF), equipped with B-17 Flying Fortress heavy bombers, stationed at Archbury, England (a fictitious air base). For the first season, many of the characters from the book and movie were retained, including Brigadier General Frank Savage, Major Harvey Stovall, Major Cobb, Doc Kaiser, and General Pritchard, albeit played by different actors than in the motion picture. In addition to these characters, several other infrequently reappearing characters were introduced, including Captain (and then Major) Joseph "Joe" Gallagher, who appeared in two episodes. - Wikipedia

20/20

20/20 logo20/20 brings you hard-hitting investigative reports, newsmaker interviews and compelling human interest and feature stories.
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20/20 Downtown

20/20 Downtown logoWelcome to the 20/20 Downtown guide at TV Tome.There is no editor for this show. If you would like to be the editor look here for details.

666 Park Avenue

666 Park Avenue logo666 Park Avenue tells the story of a young couple who accept an offer to manage one of the most historic apartment buildings in New York City, but soon begin to witness supernatural events.

77 Sunset Strip

77 Sunset Strip logoPrivate eye Stu Bailey is a suave, cultured former OSS officer who is an expert in languages. His partner, Jeff Spencer, is also a former undercover government agent, and like Bailey, a judo expert. The duo works out of an office at no. 77 Sunset Strip in Hollywood, but their cases lead them all over the world. The Stu Bailey character was originated by Roy Huggins in a story called "Death and the Skylark", published in Esquire Magazine in December 1952. Huggins later adapted this story into an episode of Warner Bros' ABC TV series Conflict entitled "Anything for Money", broadcast on 16 Apr 1957, starring Efrem Zimbalist Jr. This led to the idea of building a series around the private eye character.

8 Simple Rules

8 Simple Rules logoJohn Ritter ("Three's Company") and Katey Sagal ("Married...with Children") return to series television in this charming family comedy about a loving, rational dad who suddenly discovers that his two darling daughters have unexpectedly morphed into hormonally-charged, incomprehensible teenagers. Paul Hennessy (Ritter) has grown accustomed to his stay-at-home wife Cate (Ms. Sagal) taking care of their son and two daughters. His job as a sports writer kept him on the road a lot during the kids' formative years. But when Cate decides to return to work as a hospital nurse, Paul takes a job as a columnist and agrees to make the duties of raising the kids a shared experience. Paul fondly remembers the days when his daughters would sit on his lap singing silly songs, and he was their hero for s...

9 to 5

9 to 5 logo9 to 5 is an American situation comedy based on the 1980 film of the same name. The series aired on ABC from 1982 to 1983, and in first-run syndication from 1986 to 1988. 9 to 5 features Rachel Dennison, Dolly Parton's younger sister, in Parton's role of Doralee Rhodes; Rita Moreno portrayed the Lily Tomlin role of Violet Newstead, and Valerie Curtin took the Jane Fonda role of Judy Bernly. In the second version of the show, Sally Struthers replaced Moreno. A total of 82 episodes were filmed. The first season was on film in front of a studio audience but switched to videotape for the next season. (Wikipedia)

A Fine Romance (1989)

A Fine Romance (1989) logoThis comedy/romance/mystery show starred Christopher Cazenove as Michael Trent, a reserved Cambridge professor, and Margaret Whitton as Louisa Phillips, a wisecracking New Yorker. They portrayed a divorced couple who still worked together hosting a travel show called "Ticket to Ride". It was shot on location in Europe in such places as Ireland, Malta, and Budapest. Part of the fun was each week brought them to a new location - and a new adventure, usually unwittingly involving Louisa, a magnet for trouble. Michael often had to come to her rescue, sometimes getting hurt (usually in the head) in the process. The other part of the fun was realizing that just maybe they were still in love with each other. Based on the screwball comedies of the '40s, it often lifted lines directly from ...