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By Vincent Terrace

Earlier than the net and the increase of scholarship on pop culture, Vincent Terrace equipped his popularity as one of many prime researchers in television reference. This paintings represents a long time of study and spans television's complete heritage. whereas documentation concerning forged and body of workers is now frequently discovered on-line, descriptions of the indicates from authoritative assets are nonetheless now not extensively on hand. Terrace fills that hole with this paintings, which covers over 9,100 indicates (including pilots!) and constitutes the main entire documentation of television sequence ever released. all of the conventional genres are the following besides express genres now not good coated somewhere else - together with kid's programming, speak indicates, video game exhibits, level performs, women's programming, dance, and extra.

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Firouz, “a master scientist” as he calls himself, is an old friend of Sinbad’s. He is a bit absent-minded and has invented a number of items, from a telescope to explosives, to save the day (Sinbad calls his dynamite invention “exploding sticks”). Maeve is Dim Dim’s Celtic sorcerer’s apprentice. She is traveling with Sinbad not only to help him find Dim Dim but to kill Rumina, who has turned her younger brother into a hawk named Dermott (it is mentioned that Maeve and her brother had a past encounter with Rumina; when he refused her love she turned him into a hawk).

Cast: Buddy Ebsen (Genie), Robert Hutton (Al Haddon), Jane Ball (Betty Booth), Barry Kelly (Homer T. Booth). Guest Cast: Philip Van Zandt (Auctioneer), Herb Vigran (Cop), Ralph Sanford (Walter Rapogle). 164 The Al Morgan Show. (Series; Variety; DuMont; 1949–1951). A live half-hour program of music and songs from Chicago hosted by singer Al Morgan. Don Cook is the producer. Host: Al Morgan. Music: The Billy Chandler Trio. 165 The Al Pearce Show. (Series; Variety; CBS; 1952). A daily program of music, songs and conversation aimed at housewives.

Unlike the success of M*A*S*H, the series, which produced 28 episodes, ran from September 26, 1983 to October 30, 1984. Cast: Henry Morgan (Dr. Sherman Potter), Jamie Farr (Maxwell Klinger), William Christopher (Father Francis Mulcahy), Rosalind Chao (Soon-Lee Klinger), Barbara Townsend (Mildred Potter), Anne Pitoniak (Mildred Potter; later), John Chappell (Mike D’Angelo), Peter Michael Goetz (Wally Wainwright), Brandis Kemp (Alma Cox), Sandy Burnard (Evvy Ennis), Jamie Widdoes (Bruce Ennis), Joel Graves (Corey Ennis), Britt Leach (Gilbert), Wendy Schaal (Bonnie Hornback), Jay O.

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