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Here are some more clips from some old audio tapes I made by holding the tape recorder to the TV when I was a youngster - I had a fondness for taping shows that were losers. These are in REAL PLAYER format:

TV BlogsHere is the end theme from Funny Face, a short-lived series starring Sandy Duncan that followed All In The Family in 1972. It was an old-school style sitcom with Sandy interacting with her kooky co-workers and her zany neighbors. The show was a huge hit - mostly because of the massive lead-in audience All in the Family afforded. Sandy quit the show to undergo an eye operation. The production was revamped and renamed The Sandy Duncan Show after Sandy recovered. That show flopped on a different night and time.

A few years later, Sandy Duncan was a guest on Van Dyke & Company, Dick Van Dyke's failed variety series in 1975. Here's a minute from that.

One of the 1970's finest westerns, Dirty Sally, was an amusing half-hour comedy-drama spinoff from Gunsmoke starring Jeanette Nolan as drunken, irascible old Sally Fergus and Dack Rambo as her long-suffering sidekick. The couple were traveling west to the gold fields, think Route 66 with a mule wagon. Lasted a few brief weeks in 1974.

Make Room For Daddy - or The Danny Thomas Show - left the air in 1964 but was revived in 1970 as Make Room for Granddaddy for one full season. By that point the old-fashioned family sitcom was as dead as Danny Thomas' chance for a TV comeback. How corny was it? The best episode had Here's Lucy's Lucy Carter guest starring as a friend of the family.

Here's the impossibly boisterous theme song for The Bob Crane Show, a lame attempt to fit Crane into the Mary Tyler Moore mold. The theme starts out with heavy percussion (Crane was a drummer after all) then gets so lofty you'd swear it was the second coming of Christ.

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Kevin Butler writes: "TV crime drama has suffered another loss - character actor Bernie Hamilton, best remembered for playing L.A.P.D. Capt. Dobey on Starsky & Hutch is dead. Mr. Hamilton succumbed to a heart attack at age 80.

"Born in 1928, he ran away from home and lived in a garage before enrolling in Oakland Technical H.S. where he majored in football and acting. His film roles included The Swimmer with Burt Lancaster, The Young Ones, The Devil At 4 O'Clock, and The Organization but he will always be remembered for playing Starsky and Hutch's tough but caring C.O. When that show was cancelled Bernie Hamilton left acting to become a producer of R&B and Gospel music for the recording label Chocolate Snowman. He will be missed!"

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TOP 10 TV ON DVD COLLECTIONS OF 2008
There's not much rhyme or reason to this list, there were so many great releases in 2008 but these tripped my trigger the most.

Psychic Kids on DVD10: Psychic Kids: Children of the Paranormal DVD Set

I want to believe in spirits, I've had some weird experiences but I need cold hard proof before I know definitively. The idea that real kids have the ability to see and communicate with the dead, detect illness, or predict the future is startling and this series chronicles these children's other worldly reality in stark terms.

This documentary series is an amazing, eye opening experience, chilling at times. Of course, you have no way of knowing how and what they edit but investigators do find ample evidence that the dead folks these kids see really did exist.

Read the entire review here...

 

9: Shari Lewis Christmas on DVDShari Lewis Christmas

Every once in a while a DVD comes along that surprises me - something that I wasn't expecting to be all that great turns out to be phenomenal. This is one of those cases.

My first TV memory is of Shari Lewis & Lamb Chop but I hadn't seen anything they'd done since I was a wee tyke. I was impressed by the fact she was still entertaining kids on television in the 1990s but I hadn't given Shari and her sassy puppet pals much thought.

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When We Left Earth on DVD8: When We Left Earth - The NASA Missions (4-Disc Set in Limited Edition Tin)

Rocket back to a time when courage wasn't just the stuff of fiction, thrill at true heroes performing extraordinary feats of bravery, celebrate a time when remarkable men and women reached for the heavens and pierced the sky.

Emotionally overwhelming, this is one of the finest documentary series I've ever seen. I sat riveted, transfixed throughout this entire experience, the first episode alone had me in tears by the end.

Read the entire review here...

 

7: This American Life on DVDThis American Life - Season 1

This American Life is one of my favorite radio programs, produced by PRI, it airs on Public Radio stations on the weekends. I'm pleased to discover the program has been successfully transferred to television with this Showtime series starring Ira Glass.

This intelligent program is a pleasing pastiche of highly entertaining stories built loosely around a theme like 'Reality Check' or 'Growth Spurt.' The format is very similar to the radio version. Poignant, funny, thought provoking, it's like a 60 Minutes for today's sensibilities.

You'll be amazed by a bizarre Chicago restaurant that verbally abuses their customers, a news photographer who's haunted by some photos taken when tragedy struck, an atheist who paints magnificent paintings of Jesus, and other compelling short subjects about unusual people and places.

Read the entire review here...

 

1950's Saturday Morning Shows6: Hiya Kids - A '50s Saturday Morning

Shout! Factory has put together a wonderful compendium of seminal Saturday morning TV shows from the 1950s that is a jam packed treat any boomer will enjoy, it's time travel in a box.

The way the collection is arranged is to give you the feel of a 1950's Saturday morning lineup, with the shows meant for younger kids coming first on each disc. Most of this material is from before my time in front of the tube - but not by much.

Oddly, disc one opens with the most intelligent show of the bunch, Kukla, Fran & Ollie. In this episode, the Kuklapolitan Players delve into class structure in the USA, if you can believe it, responding to an article in a then current issue of Life magazine. This would have been way over the heads of preschoolers but episodes of Kukla, Fran & Ollie are rare and this one is a sparkling gem. I'm dreaming of a comprehensive Kukla, Fran & Ollie DVD release some day in the future.

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5: Rescue Me on DVDRescue Me - The Complete Fourth Season

Season four is the year that Rescue Me almost morphs into an hour long sitcom, with extended, laugh out loud, outlandish plotlines - but the show still delivers the kind of emotional gut punch that it's famous for, in addition to pulse-pounding action scenes unmatched on television.

Is season four as good as the first three? Absolutely. Rescue Me is one of the best written TV series of all time and there's no indication of the quality letting up.

Season four is a high octane emotional roller coaster ride as Tommy becomes a father again, the unit loses the Chief, a new probie joins the team and, of course, Tommy gets involved with more looney women.

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Curb Your Entusiasm on DVD4: Curb Your Enthusiasm - The Complete Sixth Season

This is flat out the funniest program around, it may be the most hilarious of all time in my opinion. Yet, people seem to love or hate this show, there's little middle ground when it comes to Curb.

One would think Curb might be running out of steam by year 6 but it ain't so. Larry David shakes things up considerably for this season by separating from his long suffering wife Cheryl and moving in the Blacks, an African-American family who lost their home in a hurricane. It's a scream from start to finish.

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3: Dexter on DVDDexter

This Showtime thriller grabbed the audience and critics from the start of the first year but just because you produced what just about everyone agreed was a brilliant first season doesn't mean you can hit that sweet spot again. Think of Friday Night Lights which imploded under its own weight.

Following what has to be the grossest opening theme of all time you're immersed into the darkly horrific world of a serial killer you'll came to love.

Dexter is undisputedly one of the best dramatic TV series around, star Michael C. Hall has perfect pitch when it comes to subtly delineating the parallel worlds his creepy character inhabits. For season 2 co-worker Sergeant Doakes (Erik King) and Dexter's tense relationship unravels - boy, does it - sending both characters down a path of mutual destruction. Similarly, Dex gets a new psycho girlfriend that proves she can get her freak on with the best of them, further complicating our antagonist's life in delicious ways.

Read the entire review here...

 

Dexter on DVD2: Mad Men Season One

A TV series that can transport you back in time - a drama that keeps you on the edge of your seat - characters that win you over because they are so completely of another time and place, an era as far removed from today as the days of ancient Rome, it seems. It's hard to imagine a more perfect series and this DVD collection has some wonderful peeks behind the scenes and a look at the show's art direction. Melts in your mind!

 

Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour on DVD1: The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour: Season 3

This superb DVD release is a Paul Brownstein production so you know going in it will be the best possible product; this one's is no exception. You get 11 third season Smothers Brothers Comedy Hours including the one that CBS ever aired, the episode that got them fired in 1969, supposedly because David Steinberg's sermonette routine was deemed offensive.

I can't recommend this amazing collection more highly, it's a fabulous trip back to a time that seems so far away, so long ago, yet so fresh as reflected in this series. Tom Smothers has stated that he doubts these shows will appeal to the modern audiences. I found the experience a rich and highly enjoyable one and can't wait for the best of season 2 collection which is reportedly in production.

Read the entire review here...

HOW COULD I LEAVE OUT: Burn Notice Season 2; The Shield Season 6; The Johnny Cash Show; Get Smart (incredible extras); Robert Kline The HBO Specials; Prison Break Season 3.

What was your favorite?

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There's a new podcast that you might be interested in. Wait, I Know This! is a classic TV/Film trivia and celebrity interview show taped live every Sunday night at 7pm and usually featuring a star from an older show or movie. It's hosted by Eric Chilton, the chief meteorologist at the CBS affiliate in Greensboro, NC who gets the backstage trivia that you can’t get anywhere but from the stars themselves. Recent guests include Don Grady (Robbie Douglas/My Three Sons), Betty Lynn (Thelma Lou/The Andy Griffith Show), Paul Peterson (Jeff Stone/The Donna Reed Show) and Lana Wood (Peyton Place/Bond Girl in Diamonds Are Forever). How cool is that? Check out the Site here.

I guess by now you know that the Time Warner / Viacom disagreement was settled - can you imagine all the angry calls and cancellations TW would be fielding right about now if they didn't come to terms? Viacom graciously granted a one-hour extension just before the midnight ET Wednesday deadline; the two sides announced they'd reached an agreement in principle soon afterward. How cozy!

This is disturbing - The half brother of comedian Dane Cook stands accused of embezzling millions from the comedian and is being held on $3 million bail. Prosecutors allege that McCauley stole the money while being paid $12,500 a month to act as Cook's business manager, he even allegedly forged a $3 million check written from Cook's account to himself. $12,500 a month wasn't enough?!? Who knew a comic like Dane Cook could make millions?!?

TV BlogWant to feel old? Donna Summer just turned 60 and Kevin Butler tells us: "This coming January 22, 2009 entertainer/animal and kid's rights activist/ race car driver / fashion designer and artist Linda Blair will celebrate her 50th birthday. Linda has been in show business since she was a child and, despite the fact that her career has had some detours, she still continues to entertain and inspire her loyal fans, myself included. She has performed in the movies, in summer stock and repertory theater productions and has also appeared on two TV series, S Club L.A. (as landlady "Joni Witherspoon") and The Scariest Places On Earth on the Fox/Family channel as host and narrator. I was lucky enough to work with this talented, creative and caring lady on ALF's Hit Talk Show on TV Land back in 2004, I consider that experience the most rewarding and memorable of my acting career."

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WORSE THAN Y2K?
Do you have cable through Time-Warner? You may not have MTV, VH1, Nickalodeon, TV Land, Comedy Central and all the other Viacom channels after midnight tonight. Viacom has asked for fee increases that would add about 23 cents to your bill and the cable provider is balking. Americans spend a fifth of their watching hours on Viacom shows but its fees make up less than 2.5 percent of a Time Warner cable bill and Viacom sees that as unfair.

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