Get that cat out of here.
1987 ABC. Bernie Kopell, Christine Belford, Jay Underwood.
1979 CBS. Another show so short-lived and obscure it didn’t make the Wiki TV schedule. Brenda Vaccaro, Ron Silver. 4 episodes.
Steve Martin and Carl Reiner. Parody using film noir clips. I think I enjoyed it a little more once I had seen most of the movies used. In the 80s I had seen none.
1878 – John Tunstall is murdered by outlaw Jesse Evans, sparking the Lincoln County War in Lincoln County, New Mexico.
1974 pilot that never aired. Too crude.
Early computer commercials.
Hidden speakers. Quadraphonic.
I watched this on Youtube so often I finally bought the DVD and continue to watch it often. Goldie Hawn, Chevy Chase. Dudley Moore has a funny bit as a would-be swinger. Written and directed by Colin Higgins. Beware of the dwarf.
Nice cover. A note to Golden Horn members that the two Story Types tags that were broken are now not. Books and Found on Youtube. The second has a special feature that adds videos to the recommended doohickey at the bottom of the post automatically. It was set to “Video.” I haven’t figured out if Books does anything…
I had forgotten about this but I did watch it. 1977-94 CBS. Plus a little random circus info from a never-produced post.
Welcome to Night Flight. Your weekend open thread. Green Acres.
The Svengoolie 70s TV movie this week will be Mysterious Island of Beautiful Women. From CBS in 1979.
Goldie Hawn, Chevy Chase, Charles Grodin. Written by Neil Simon.
81-82. A wee bit bizarre. Very 80s for so early in the 80s. Do I want to know the backstory of Single Person in a superhero costume?
Love means never having to say you’re sorry for mining a theme for all it’s worth.
I do not drink wine and I do not smoke shit.
1980 NBC TV movie. Supposedly a contender for worst TV movie in history.
ABC 1974-75. 23 episodes. I saw the pilot movie on Bounce.