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  1. bmasters9

    Item: KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER (ABC/1974-1975)

    Just about the size of it!
  2. bmasters9

    Item: KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER (ABC/1974-1975)

    How did Universal find ways to recreate all those around-the-world places?
  3. bmasters9

    Item: KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER (ABC/1974-1975)

    Is this B/W because the color film was unavailable for it?
  4. bmasters9

    Item: KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER (ABC/1974-1975)

    That explains it-- when you asked the question originally, I wasn't sure what you meant, so that's why I sought clarification the way I did. Thanks!
  5. bmasters9

    Item: KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER (ABC/1974-1975)

    Do you mean by that that you would prefer to see The Streets of San Francisco in its original, raw, unremastered form, for one thing?
  6. bmasters9

    Item: KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER (ABC/1974-1975)

    Never knew that Kolchak used teal! I take it that was in some of the night scenes, for neon signs.
  7. bmasters9

    Item: KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER (ABC/1974-1975)

    I never knew David Letterman said such a thing about the CBS Late Movie!
  8. bmasters9

    Item: KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER (ABC/1974-1975)

    From those voiceovers, could it be inferred that Kolchak was sort of a supernatural-style Dragnet for the 1970s on ABC?
  9. bmasters9

    Item: KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER (ABC/1974-1975)

    Indeed-- it wasn't just crime dramas that were influenced in the Hill Street mold; legal series like L.A. Law also were influenced after that fashion.
  10. bmasters9

    Item: KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER (ABC/1974-1975)

    And gave way to Homicide: Life on the Street starting in 1993 on NBC, and The Wire on HBO.
  11. bmasters9

    Item: KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER (ABC/1974-1975)

    Wasn't it around the time of Hill Street Blues in '81 when police series started to have ongoing cases and storylines (some cases never to be solved)?
  12. bmasters9

    Item: KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER (ABC/1974-1975)

    Which I have the both-in-one DVD of-- haven't touched it much lately, but I agree.
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