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One Season Seventies TV Dramas List?

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by JamesSmith, Dec 22, 2009.

  1. JamesSmith

    JamesSmith Well-Known Member

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    Dear Guys:

    As a memory exercise, try to help me list the one season (or slightly longer) 1970's tv dramas:

    Here's what I recall so far:

    Ellery Queen
    Lucas Tanner
    Petrocelli
    Hec Ramsey
    Snoop Sisters
    Delvechhio
    Toma (predecessor to Baretta)
    Logan's Run
    Invisible Man
    Gemini Man
    Fantastic Journey
    Kolchak: Night Stalker
    Magician
    Search
    Man From Atlantis
    Apple's Way
    The Family Holvak
    The New Perry Mason
    Sword of Justice
    Ghost Story
    Tales of the Unexpected
    How The West Was Won
    A Man Called Sloan

    What else is out there?

    James

    I like trying to see how many of these shows I can recall without looking at a tv guide.
     
  2. JamesSmith

    JamesSmith Well-Known Member

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    List part II.

    Manhunter (with Ken Howard)
    Longstreet
    Bearcats
    Nichols
    Cliffhangers
    James at 15
    Barbary Coast
    Smith Family
    Hunter
    Sierra
    Walking Tall


    James
     
  3. HenryDuBrow

    HenryDuBrow Well-Known Member

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    Kaz
    Movin' On
    Harry O
    Hawkins
    O'Hara, U.S. Treasury
    Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law
    Eischied
     
  4. Neil Brock

    Neil Brock Well-Known Member

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    Owen Marshall ran 3 years and Petrocelli ran 2 so I wouldn't exactly call them "One-Season" Shows.
     
  5. HenryDuBrow

    HenryDuBrow Well-Known Member

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    I know, but it's still kinda shortish and slightly longer than just one (as the thread says), more than that I wouldn't include.
     
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    Three for the Road

    BTW Movin On lasted two seasons.
     
  7. Bob Hug

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    Then Came Bronson.

    Technically, this is a one season series from 1969, but 11 of its 26 episodes spilled over into 1970. The pilot movie has been issued by the Warner Archive and is currently selling well there (#7 out of 400+ releases). Not sure about rights issues for the series, but if Warner has this, I wouldn't be surprised to see it among their early TV releases. Incidentally, Warner has released a bonafide one-season modern TV series through the Archive, "Eleventh Hour." See the link below; it may give some indication as to pricing for a season of televsion episodes.

    http://www.wbshop.com/The-Eleventh-Hour-The-Complete-First-Season/1000121164,default,pd.html?cgid=TVEXCLUSIVE

    So if some of the titles mentioned above are under Warner's ownership, then perhaps they'll eventually be released via the Archive.
     
  8. Guest

    dan august,

    flying high,

    american girls,

    the invisble man,
     
  9. Neil Brock

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    Then Came Bronson isn't a big deal as TNT ran them all uncut back when they used to run old TV shows. What I would love to get from the Warner TV archvies is the original Eleventh Hour that ran for 2 seasons in the early sixties and was a companion show to Dr. Kildare. There's even a 2-part crossover with Kildare and the Eleventh Hour that I would love to get the other half of. With Marta Kristin and Tony Dow! The actual old Warner produced shows don't excite me all that much because frankly I don't think most of them are very good. But the MGM shows that they own through the Turner deal I find far more interesting. Eleventh Hour, The Lieutenant and Mr. Novak would all be great to get full releases for.
     
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    240 Robert
    Chicago Story (technically early '80s but I'd still like to see it)
     
  11. Neil Brock

    Neil Brock Well-Known Member

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    Griff
    City of Angels
    Cade's County
    Nakia
    Mrs. Columbo
    O'Hara U.S. Treasury
    Richie Brockelman, Private Eye
    Caribe
    Most Wanted
    Bert D'Angelo, Superstar
    Banyon
    Doc Elliot
    The Immortal
    Strange Report
    The Persuaders
    Man and the City
    Sons and Daughters
    Khan
    Salvage 1
    The Young Rebels
    The Young Lawyers
    Storefront Lawyers
    The Immortal
    The Psychiatrist
    San Francisco International Airport
    The Interns
    Most Deadly Game
    Matt Lincoln
    Sarge
    The Sixth Sense
    Bronk
    Assignment: Vienna
    The Delphi Bureau
    Jigsaw
    Chase
    Shaft
    Faraday and Company
    Tenafly
    Born Free
    Get Christie Love
    Planet of the Apes
    The New Land
    Beacon Hill
    Swiss Family Robinson
    Matt Helm
    Medical Story
    Doctors Hospital
    Kate McShane
    Joe Forrester
    McCoy
    Rafferty
    Paris
    Serpico
    Oregon Trail
    Big Hawaii
    McKenzies of Paradise Cove
    Blue Knight
    Executive Suite
    The Quest
    Spencer's Pilots
    Rosetti and Ryan
    The Fitzpatricks
    Mulligan's Stew
    WEB
    Project UFO
    Lazarus Syndrome
    California Fever
    Big Shamus, Little Shamus
     
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    Whoops! Project UFO lasted Two Seasons!

    Chopper One
    Firehouse

    MERRY CHRISTMAS! Everyone!
     
  13. Neil Brock

    Neil Brock Well-Known Member

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    Project UFO ran for 2 half seasons. The other 2 shows were half hours.
     
  14. Guest

    planet of the apes has all ready been released out on dvd
     
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    the lifes and times of grizzly adams
     
  16. cajunhillbilly

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    Actually The Lifes and Times of Grizzly Adams lasted two seasons. But it was a great show.
     

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