July 1982 WKBD Detroit commercial block.
One of my favorites. On Cozi-TV tonight along with another Higgins half-brother in, “Faith and Begorrah.” 1983 season three. Borrowing the hurricane from Key Largo. Guests arrive, robbers arrive, hurricane arrives, baby arrives. Higgins a doctor of mathematics performs admirably. Robin Masters is even briefly seen.
Found on Youtube. Sidebar find.
Silver Spoons. “Ricky takes on a “punk” appearance to impress a trendy girlfriend.”
I watched Jabberjaw. 1976-78 ABC. Hanna-Barbera. 16 episodes.
1992 CBS. Chuck Lorre’s first show. 6 episodes.
Under the sea. Jabberjaw coming up next weekend. The fish on the land ain’t happy. Underwater TV shows.
ABC 1964-68. Plays late Saturday nights on Me-TV.
I watched Clue Club. Woofer and Wimper. 1976-79 CBS. Hanna-Barbera. 16 episodes. Repackaged several times.
That Barney Rubble. What an actor.
Part reporter, part bloodhound. 1987 NBC. Failed pilot. Fred Gwynne. I spotted Kenneth Tigar in the promo. And more from the NBC commercial block.
Almost done saving the TV/Promos posts to flash drive.
No Clue Club? Lame. I may have to start the cartoons up again full time to cover things I’ve missed. Got tired of Hanna-Barbera after a while. I’ve done a bunch and there is still a bunch.
1966-69 NBC. DePatie-Freleng Enterprises. 20 episodes.
1983 NBC. Young Kevin Bacon. True story possessed by a demon.
Mike Hammer. New 1985.
A favorite of mine as a kid with Space Ghost. Hanna-Barbera. Originally 1967-69 CBS. 18 episodes, 36 segments.
Bicentennial. 1976. WMAQ Channel 5. Paul Anka. Museum of Classic Chicago Television.