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#61 of 169 Frank Soyke

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Posted May 16 2013 - 12:32 PM

Let me correct myself before someone else does. I meant to say 16mm. You will have to pardon me but I was a projectionist at a theater for 14yrs so I can't get the 35 out of my mind.



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Posted May 16 2013 - 03:48 PM

Yor're right, not too many One-Season TV Shows have been released. Let me check.....

 

The Adventures of Long John Silver

 

Ark II

 

Arrest and Trial

 

Battlestar Galactica (Original)

 

The Bionic Woman (2010)

 

Birdman and the Galaxy Trio

 

Blackstar

 

Blue Thunder

 

Bravestarr

 

Broken Badges

 

The Buccaneers

 

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kids

 

Call of the Wild

 

Captain Scarlett

 

Conviction

 

Dark Oracle

 

Dasterdly and Muttley's Flying Machines

 

Drack Pack

 

Dusty's Trail

 

Ellery Queen

 

Father of the Pride

 

Fireball XL5

 

Firefly

 

The Flash

 

Frankensten Jr. and the Impossibles

 

Frontier Circus

 

Funky Phantom

 

Galactica 1980

 

Get Smart (1995)

 

Ghost Story/Circle of Fear

 

Gidget

 

The Greatest Adventure (VHS)

 

The Groovy Ghoulies

 

Honey West

 

The Invisible Man (1974)

 

Jason of Star Command

 

Johnny Stacatto

 

The Jetsons (Original)

 

Joe 90

 

Jonny Quest (Original)

 

Kolchack: The Night Stalker

 

Korg, 70,000 BC

 

Logan's Run

 

Missing Persons

 

Moby Dick/Mighty Mightor

 

No Ordinary Family

 

Oregon Trail

 

Overland Trail

 

Palace Guard

 

Pebbles and Bamm Bamm

 

Pirates of Darkwater

 

The Perils of Penelope Pitstop

 

Planet of the apes

 

Police Squad!

 

Quark

 

The Red Hand Gang

 

Return to the Planet of the Apes

 

Sabrina, The Teenage Witch (Animated)

 

Sealab 2020

 

Secret Service

 

Sir Lancelot

 

Soldiers of Fortune

 

Space: Above and Beyond

 

Space Acadamy

 

Space Kiddettes/Young Sampson and Goliath

 

SpaceSentinels/Freedom Force

 

Starhunter

 

Starhunter 2300

 

Stingray

 

Stingray (Gerry Anderson)

 

Swiss Family Robinson (1974)

 

Swiss Family Robinson (1986)

 

Tales of the Gold Monkey

 

Thundarr the Barbarien

 

Valley of the Dinosuars

 

Wacky Races

 

White Fang

 

Unsub

 

V (Original)

 

Whispering Smith

 

Wide Country

 

The World at War

 

And that's just the ones I own, what a pittiance isn't it. :rolling-smiley:


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Posted May 16 2013 - 04:00 PM

About your list, at least two titles were released but not complete: The Adventures of Long John Silver
and Dusty's Trail

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Posted May 16 2013 - 04:03 PM

Most of my point was regarding one season sitcoms although I mentioned other passingly. Out of your extensive list here, how many sitcoms are there.Only 3. My point is well proven.50's - 80's - Good Morning World, Gidget, When Things Were Rotten, Police Squad, and maybe 2 or 3 others. But your "smart" reply to an educated post is "much" appreciated. Nice attitude.



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Posted May 16 2013 - 04:11 PM

About your list, at least two titles were released but not complete: The Adventures of Long John Silver
and Dusty's Trail

I didn't know LJS was Incomplete.

 

I know Dusty's Trail is spread out on two of Mill Creek's Western shovelware collections.

 

Come to think of it I believe Stories of the Century and Tate are also One-Season Shows that are out on DVD, but once again they are spread through Multiple "Shovelware" sets by Mill Creek.


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Posted May 16 2013 - 05:11 PM

i was wondering if we would ever see the dirty dozen tv series on dvd. ben murphy was in it.



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Posted May 16 2013 - 05:53 PM

Here is the list of one season shows that I have in my collection.

 

The Planet of the Apes

Tabitha

Quark

Pink Lady and Jeff

The Rich Little Show

The Richard Prior Show

Van Dyke and Company

The Snoop Sisters

The Man From Atlantis

The Invisible Man

Ellery Queen

Shaft

Logan's Run

Bridget Loves Bernie

Battlestar Galactica

Galactica 1980

 

While there are only three sitcoms on that list, it is certainly more than I had expected and the entire list is certainly more that I ever expected to have.



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Posted May 16 2013 - 07:41 PM



I bet FANTASTIC JOURNEY or SALVAGE I has a far better chance at some kind of release than, say, TEMPERATURES RISING or MAKIN' IT.

 

Actually, The Fantastic Journey was scheduled for release several years back (in Region 2), but the company that had the rights over there went under before it could happen.



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Posted May 16 2013 - 09:14 PM

I'll go out on a limb and say "Cover Up", the one season CBS series where Jon-Erik Hexum lost his life. The use of popular music (the theme and within episodes, even if done as covers) is probably what will forever keep it from being released at all.



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Posted May 17 2013 - 09:31 AM

Most of those one-season shows are either cartoons, westerns or sci-fi. Few sitcoms or dramas. Nice list but how about a list of shows that I would be interested in that have little chance:

 

Karen, Harris Against the World, Tom, Dick and Mary, No Time For Sergeants, Wendy and Me, The Tycoon, The Jean Arthur Show, Run Buddy Run, Rango, Pruitts of Southhampton, Five Fingers, Bus Stop, Mr. Broadway, Greatest Show on Earth, The Reporter, The Good Life, Temperatures Rising, The Paul Lynde, Second Hundred Years, Love on a Rooftop, Nancy, Occasional Wife, Garrison's Gorillas, The Blue Light, Man Who Never Was, Baileys of Balboa, The Cara Williams Show, Many Happy Returns, Hank, Camp Runamuck, Pistols 'n Petticoats, Saints and Sinners, The Great Adventure, Ichabod and Me, The Bing Crosby Show, Mickey, Valetine's Day, Man Called Shenandoah, Double Life of Henry Phyfe, The Don Rickles Show, My Friend Tony, Coronet Blue, The Immortal, The Young Lawyers, Longstreet, Mr. Roberts, The Loner, Trials Of O'Brien, Hey Landlord, It's About Time, The Hero, T.H.E. Cat, He and She, Accidental Family, Blondie, The Outsider, The Debbie Reynolds Show, For the People, Make Room For Granddaddy, Dan August, Manhunter, Most Wanted, Assignment: Vienna, Funny Face, Here We Go Again, A Touch of Grace.

 

And that's only about a decades worth, from the early 60s to early 70s.


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Posted May 17 2013 - 10:09 AM

Most of those one-season shows are either cartoons, westerns or sci-fi. Few sitcoms or dramas. Nice list but how about a list of shows that I would be interested in that have little chance:

 

Karen, Harris Against the World, Tom, Dick and Mary, No Time For Sergeants, Wendy and Me, The Tycoon, The Jean Arthur Show, Run Buddy Run, Rango, Pruitts of Southhampton, Five Fingers, Bus Stop, Mr. Broadway, Greatest Show on Earth, The Reporter, The Good Life, Temperatures Rising, The Paul Lynde, Second Hundred Years, Love on a Rooftop, Nancy, Occasional Wife, Garrison's Gorillas, The Blue Light, Man Who Never Was, Baileys of Balboa, The Cara Williams Show, Many Happy Returns, Hank, Camp Runamuck, Pistols 'n Petticoats, Saints and Sinners, The Great Adventure, Ichabod and Me, The Bing Crosby Show, Mickey, Valetine's Day, Man Called Shenandoah, Double Life of Henry Phyfe, The Don Rickles Show, My Friend Tony, Coronet Blue, The Immortal, The Young Lawyers, Longstreet, Mr. Roberts, The Loner, Trials Of O'Brien, Hey Landlord, It's About Time, The Hero, T.H.E. Cat, He and She, Accidental Family, Blondie, The Outsider, The Debbie Reynolds Show, For the People, Make Room For Granddaddy, Dan August, Manhunter, Most Wanted, Assignment: Vienna, Funny Face, Here We Go Again, A Touch of Grace.

 

And that's only about a decades worth, from the early 60s to early 70s.

A Great list. I'd love to have a bunch of em (especially He and She and T.H.E. Cat). I just wish we a snowball's chance on most of these.



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Posted May 17 2013 - 10:18 AM

Most of those one-season shows are either cartoons, westerns or sci-fi. Few sitcoms or dramas. Nice list but how about a list of shows that I would be interested in that have little chance:

 

Karen, Harris Against the World, Tom, Dick and Mary, No Time For Sergeants, Wendy and Me, The Tycoon, The Jean Arthur Show, Run Buddy Run, Rango, Pruitts of Southhampton, Five Fingers, Bus Stop, Mr. Broadway, Greatest Show on Earth, The Reporter, The Good Life, Temperatures Rising, The Paul Lynde, Second Hundred Years, Love on a Rooftop, Nancy, Occasional Wife, Garrison's Gorillas, The Blue Light, Man Who Never Was, Baileys of Balboa, The Cara Williams Show, Many Happy Returns, Hank, Camp Runamuck, Pistols 'n Petticoats, Saints and Sinners, The Great Adventure, Ichabod and Me, The Bing Crosby Show, Mickey, Valetine's Day, Man Called Shenandoah, Double Life of Henry Phyfe, The Don Rickles Show, My Friend Tony, Coronet Blue, The Immortal, The Young Lawyers, Longstreet, Mr. Roberts, The Loner, Trials Of O'Brien, Hey Landlord, It's About Time, The Hero, T.H.E. Cat, He and She, Accidental Family, Blondie, The Outsider, The Debbie Reynolds Show, For the People, Make Room For Granddaddy, Dan August, Manhunter, Most Wanted, Assignment: Vienna, Funny Face, Here We Go Again, A Touch of Grace.

 

And that's only about a decades worth, from the early 60s to early 70s.

Boy, some of those titles take me back!  I can still hum the theme song to The Double Life of Henry Phyfe.  Been trying to do something about that for nearly 50 years!



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Posted May 18 2013 - 05:52 PM

Donny & Marie? :wub:



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Posted May 21 2013 - 10:34 PM

Another series I'm kind of shocked that has never been released is "Relativity". Does anyone here remember it? It was on in the fall of 1996 and starred Kimberly Williams and David Conrad as two Americans who meet while in Italy, fall in love, and try to make it together when they go back home to the states.

 

I know it was from the same folks who made "My So-Called Life" and "Thirtysomething", and the latter two have been released, so I'm at a loss to figure out why this hasn't been since, like MSCL, it ran only one season. I don't recall any really heavy popular music use in the episodes, so for whatever reason, this show is likely just collecting dust in a vault.



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Posted May 22 2013 - 12:40 PM

Donny & Marie? :wub:

 

If you are referring to the 1970's variety show, one volume of the Best of Donny & Marie has been released. For some reason, probably poor sales, further sets were not released. Also released at the same time was their 1978 Christmas Special.

 

If you are referring to their talk show, then it may not ever see a release. Outside of The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, there hasn't been very many talk shows released. I'd love to see a release of the 70's Dinah Shore or Merv Griffin Shows.

 

At one time there was talk of a Best of Dinah Shore being released but that never materialized.



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Posted May 24 2013 - 10:21 AM

Most of those one-season shows are either cartoons, westerns or sci-fi. Few sitcoms or dramas. Nice list but how about a list of shows that I would be interested in that have little chance:

 

Karen, Harris Against the World, Tom, Dick and Mary, No Time For Sergeants, Wendy and Me, The Tycoon, The Jean Arthur Show, Run Buddy Run, Rango, Pruitts of Southhampton, Five Fingers, Bus Stop, Mr. Broadway, Greatest Show on Earth, The Reporter, The Good Life, Temperatures Rising, The Paul Lynde, Second Hundred Years, Love on a Rooftop, Nancy, Occasional Wife, Garrison's Gorillas, The Blue Light, Man Who Never Was, Baileys of Balboa, The Cara Williams Show, Many Happy Returns, Hank, Camp Runamuck, Pistols 'n Petticoats, Saints and Sinners, The Great Adventure, Ichabod and Me, The Bing Crosby Show, Mickey, Valetine's Day, Man Called Shenandoah, Double Life of Henry Phyfe, The Don Rickles Show, My Friend Tony, Coronet Blue, The Immortal, The Young Lawyers, Longstreet, Mr. Roberts, The Loner, Trials Of O'Brien, Hey Landlord, It's About Time, The Hero, T.H.E. Cat, He and She, Accidental Family, Blondie, The Outsider, The Debbie Reynolds Show, For the People, Make Room For Granddaddy, Dan August, Manhunter, Most Wanted, Assignment: Vienna, Funny Face, Here We Go Again, A Touch of Grace.

 

And that's only about a decades worth, from the early 60s to early 70s.

 

some of these shows i dont know, or at least the titles of the shows bring back no memory.

 

but i forgot all about occasional wife and love on a rooftop.  and i have no recall of them, other than i recall that i liked them, as a kid.

 

this is one of the best things about this site and "old-time" events or conversations - stuff comes back that is buried in our sub-conscious, but that which we have "completely forgotten about"  !!!!!

 

and the second hundred years - i do recall, but again had slipped my mind.  if that is the one where monte markham is restored back to life after having been in a deep freeze for 100 years ?  that was cute - and it had a good premise for the show. 



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Posted May 24 2013 - 10:56 AM

 

and the second hundred years - i do recall, but again had slipped my mind.  if that is the one where monte markham is restored back to life after having been in a deep freeze for 100 years ?  that was cute - and it had a good premise for the show. 

 

Yes, that was the premise, with the kicker being that his GRANDSON is the spitting image of the "old" man and his son played by Arthur O'Connell looks like he should be Markham's father, not son.


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Posted May 24 2013 - 11:15 AM

Yes, that was the premise, with the kicker being that his GRANDSON is the spitting image of the "old" man and his son played by Arthur O'Connell looks like he should be Markham's father, not son.

Markham as the grandson was a straight-laced, uptight fellow and Markham as the grandfather was a free-wheeling, laid-back, easy-going type.

 

I remember the promos that played all summer long before the premiere:  Dad and son are walking down an urban street.  The son uses some sixties slang word that Grandpa doesn't understand and the son says "That's a new language called 1967."  Then Grandpa spots a girl walking down the street wearing a micro-miniskirt and asks, "Is that a part of the language?" to which the son replies "That's very MUCH a part!"

 

And I remember the opening credits explained the series premise using what appeared to be the avalanche footage from Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.



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Posted May 24 2013 - 12:02 PM

Markham as the grandson was a straight-laced, uptight fellow and Markham as the grandfather was a free-wheeling, laid-back, easy-going type.

 

I remember the promos that played all summer long before the premiere:  Dad and son are walking down an urban street.  The son uses some sixties slang word that Grandpa doesn't understand and the son says "That's a new language called 1967."  Then Grandpa spots a girl walking down the street wearing a micro-miniskirt and asks, "Is that a part of the language?" to which the son replies "That's very MUCH a part!"

 

And I remember the opening credits explained the series premise using what appeared to be the avalanche footage from Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.

 

That promo: http://youtu.be/9QOtLN4xJK0?t=19s

 

Opening credits:

 


Edited by Peter M Fitzgerald, May 24 2013 - 12:02 PM.

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Posted May 24 2013 - 02:07 PM

That promo: http://youtu.be/9QOtLN4xJK0?t=19s

 

Opening credits:

 

At around the 1:00 mark sure looks like Major Nelson's house on I Dream of Jeannie






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