Robert Blake was Father Noah "Hardstep" Rivers a priest at St. Dominic's parish is a tough east LA neighborhood. NicholasYsamo9057. What about The Powers of Matthew Starr. But, in reality, he had no skills at all with all of his successes brought about by dumb luck and fortuitous accidents. Maybe you can help me. A look back at the all time most popular drama, comedy and biggest television hits of the 1980s. There's another i remember from Saturday morning cartoons on NBC about a pop band that gets sucked into another dimension and turned into cartoons. I wanted to just have the music, but then wanted to include the logo at the beginning as well. Miami Vice Trailer 80s, Kate Bush, Running up that hill - YouTube2 [{***"TV%NET@Films¤Cinéma#Music&Trailer`WEB"] 59:19. The soundtrack is something of an ‘80s anthem as well. And Scott Bakula was pretty hot too. Glory Miller (author) from USA on July 18, 2014: @roseozhrin: Hi there.. Yep, Otherworld was a 1985 TV series that ran on CBS for 8 episodes. By the way, I read all the Ellery Queen books way before the show appeared. Based on the film of the same name, Gung Ho starred Scott Bakula as Hunt Stevenson in this short-lived series that first aired on ABC December 5, 1986 and lasted until June 27, 1987. This is a brief look at 28 short-lived and easily forgotten television series from the 1980s with brief plot, cast list, photos, trivia and more. I remember the show The Greatest American Hero with the guy who could fly. all copyrights FOX and other respective owners! Sadly, Simon would pass away, October 14, 2010 at age 58 from colorectal cancer. It was never given a chance in another timeslot. The worst part is that I'm not 100% sure from this series origin; It could be from USA, England or MAYBE German :-O. I would be grateful if you help me please. The series also starred Robert Lansing, Heather McNair and Gerald McLaughlin.Critics compared the show to Disney's film, Tron. But, his real dream was to be a street cop. In 1980s LA, a crew of misfits reinvent themselves as the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. I think this series was just a little bit too ahead of it's time. The series was released on DVD on July 29, 2014. with Jonathan Schmock...might have been a spinoff from 'Double Trouble', in the mid-80s. Highly collectable. The Phoenix its run on ABC on March 19, 1982 and ended on April 16, 1982. I'm not sure it's even worth finding out what it is since this is all I know, lol. Automan was in a sense, Walter's alter-ego. "That 80s Show," on the other hand, just trots out 80s fads like wine coolers, punk, and Madonna, and expects us to laugh at them. I had a huge crush on Chuck Wagner. That '70s Show S01E01 - That 70s Pilot. Does anyone remember a program called Ellery Queen. Nice TV Guide ad for Concrete Cowboys Jerry Reed TV series 1981. in one airport, killing the wife and small son of one man. Where is MATT LINCOLN starring the late, great Vince Edwards?.This series dealt with a psychiatric social worker who helped emotionally stressed people in need. If anyone else has some ideas to share, please feel free to do so. The series first aired on February 7, 1981 and lasted until March 21, 1981 with a total of six episodes airing. Of course, every brilliant hero has to have an arch villain as an enemy and in this case, it's Dr. Stefan Kilkiss (Julian Glover). **\r\rThis is the full intro to the last episode (13) of That 80s Show, not the entire episode. Peter Willcox was King an Elvis impersonator, Keenen Wynn was Butch and Hank Rolike was Sundance, two over the hill cops just waiting for retirement. But thanks for the comment and for pointing it out to us! There was an old bald actor that played a scientist, a woman on the team and two other men. :). Dennis Bagguley on August 24, 2020: Hello does anyone know a good website that sells TV series on DVD?, i am looking for The New People-1969-1970 at the moment. You have some great photos of the memorable stars. I remember Automan and The Highwayman. Then there is a lady with red hair and a guy, but its some kind of science fiction series. I think I still have an episode of wizards and warriors on a VHS tape somewhere. 4:55. This Sam Spade take-off did little to impress critics and some felt he was more of a Maxwell Smart kind of character. That '80s Show is a half-hour ensemble comedy focusing on a group of twenty-somethings finding their way through the '80s in San Diego. Oddly enough, I remember lots of these. Glory Miller (author) from USA on December 24, 2018: Jennifer Slept Here starring Ann Jillian kind of fits your description. He was a research scientist who specialized in studying those who were considered to be human anomalies. Ernie Hudson was Sgt. Working with him was Johnny Betts (Josh Brolin) a young man who worked with Cleary's deceased brother, who happened to be a private detective but was killed while working on a case. Gloria had a major crush on Johnny. Ok, I think it was a sitcom Western? Thank you for sharing. And what about "Voyagers" with John Eric Hexum and Mino Pelluci. He then took off for England, which he hoped would be more receptive to his brilliance, but instead he found himself fighting crime using all the cool gadgets that he invented. That '80s Show An American sitcom that aired from January through May 2002 and is set in 1984 and revolved around the lives of a group of friends living in San Diego, California. Teen idol Rex Smith starred as Jess Mach, an amateur dirt-bike racer and ex police officer who was chosen to test an all-terrain attack motorcycle. Street Hawk aired on ABC from January 4, 1985 to May 16, 1985. Unfortunately from where I come from, the government never approved the most part of those :-(. Lisa Jane Persky was Dottie, the ever faithful secretary. Does anyone remember this at all? Blake began working on the concept for Helltown when he was working on Blood Feud in 1983. The main character was an older woman and it seems she had 2 younger girls living in the house. This 1985 show was a mixture of comedy, fantasy and science fiction. and admitted that he was actually thrilled that the show was cancelled because he said it lacked any real spark and had no comedy to it. (Left to right) M. Emmett Walsh, Kent McCord and David Soul. Airing on NBC from January 16, 1981 to August 25, 1981, William Conrad brought to life Rex Strout's reclusive, orchid loving detective, Nero Wolf. The was West's first series in 20 years and he said that the show was really an attempt to modernize the Keystone Kops with lots of slapstick comed, a sort of "upside down Hillstreet Blues.". It was in the 1980s. I wish I could include every 80's TV series that would work in this category (and there are a lot) but a page this size can only hold so many. Set during the time of King Arthur's Court, Conway played Prince Erik Greystone, a knight who was the defender of the Kingdom of Camarand which was ruled by kindly King Baaldorf (Tom Hill) and his wife, Queen Lattinia (Julie Payne). The series was fun to watch, even if it wasn't anything special. I was a child back then so I only have "lagoons" about the plot. I have searched forever for it and the individual episodes. I would love to know the name.... the show was great. Glory Miller (author) from USA on July 15, 2015: I have to admit that I never watched much of anything on PBS, so I guess that is why I have never heard of the show. The bad guy, carrying a lantern falls to his death on the hole. Sam Waterston stared as Quentin E. Deverille, a brilliant American professor who found himself laughed out of a job at Harvard because he dared speculate that it was possible to transmit picture and sound through the air. "Night Train" Lane, Rick Duncommun was Officer William Raider an over weight and bumbling motor cycle cop. The show ran from January 5, 1986 to May 7, 1986 with a grand total of 13 episodes and was reminiscent of the old 70s series, The Magician that starred the late Bill Bixby. ;-) Most cool page here. Beyond Westworld began it's run on CBS on March 5, 1980 and lasted until March 19, 1980 with five episodes shown. Sam Jones (Flash Gordon fame) was the Highwayman, a US Marshal in this futuristic series that critics said was a cross between Mad Max and Knight Rider.Partnered with Jones was Jetto, played by an Aussie actor, Jacko, whose main claim to fame here in the US was a series of commercials for Energizer batteries, you remember those, right, he would stick the battery on his shoulder and dare you to knock it off. Also starred the lovely Connie Selleca who did not appear in the pilot episode. Watch the full trailer below. This NBC series ran for 15 episodes starting on September 4, 1985 to December 25, 1985. I hate It when the canned a good show and replaced It with junked stuff. Some of you may find answers if you go to Youtube and search "TV Show Openings" followed by the year you think the show aired. The series ran for 10 episodes on ABC in 1980 and was a mid season series.Asher Brauner originated the role of Roy DiLucca on the soap General Hospital from 1978-79. I just sort of remember some of them, guess I wasn't watching much TV then or was on another channel. The Insiders was a 198x TV series that fits your category, I remember it as UK satellite TV picked it up as a cheap import back in its early days. WatchMojo. Sadly, the series debuted against CBS's very popular series The Dukes of Hazzard. A comedy by the team behind "Orange Is the New Black." The comedy of the show was the clash of cultures faced by the American workers and the Japanese management. The series lasted from September 13, 1987 until January 8, 1988 with 12 episodes. Jerry Reed and Tom Selleck (before his Magnum days) starred in the TV movie Concrete Cowboys back in 1979. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Season One trailer shows off an '80s mall map and a new operator Alyssa Mercante 12/7/2020. This was SO kewl! Learn how your favorite toys came to life -- and conquered the world. Glory Miller (author) from USA on November 14, 2014: The story is that Arnold "Beef"/"Ice Man" Beifneiter (portrayed by Mickey Jones) who had the ability to freeze anything he touched, was written out of the show right after the pilot episode because of a complaint by Marvel Comics who had a similar character in their X Men series of characters. I hope you had fun and that maybe it sparked a few memories for you. Also for some unknown reason I remember the 'Snoop Sisters' but I can't for the life of me, figure out why. Sadly the show was pitted against ABC's Dynasty and didn't stand much of a chance. Glory Miller (author) from USA on December 11, 2018: Hmm, I have no clue. I was just a kid but I had a crush on him and I just can't remeber the show very well. Sophia uses her sex appeal to sell a hot tub to R.T. Tuesday needs a place to stay, so Katie invites her in. Because she was always talking about the 1920's and a man also from the 1920's. Executive producer and writer James D. Parriott didn't expect anyone to take these characters seriously as they weren't meant to be, they were written for fun, for laughs as the humor was very campy and tongue in cheek. The main character was in his 40's and bald I think. It didn't work, sadly. Corey (Glenn Howerton) and Katie (Tinsley Grimes) live with their dad RT (Geoff Pierson) and Corey's friend Roger (Eddie Shin). The Cosby Show Porn Parody [Photo: Carsey-Werner Productions Bill Cosby, X-Play] Forrest Gump Porn Parody ... 100 Greatest One-Hit Wonders of the ’80s 05/02/2013 68. The series has yet to be released onto DVD, but you can find the television movie that inspired the series. Great guest stars such as Martin Sheen, Patty Duke, Peter Deuel, Joan Van Ark, to name a few. That '80s Show "The date is 1984. The series ran for 13 episodes in 1983-84 TV season. Below is a guest book that you can use to share your thoughts about the shows, or share with us other 80s shows that would fit on this list. What about a show called " The Calicacks". This really was a great show and should be released on DVD! anyone have an idea ? G.I. Some criminal band sets a bomb (inside a case ?, inside a cactus ?) The dialogue is stupid, the characters are vapid, and the stories are non-existent, but ha-ha-ha, that girl is trying to dance like Pat Benatar. This was how I first learned about the 1920's era. Browse more videos. Thanks for understanding. 1-month free trial! Wow, I was only 13 at the time, but I remember The Phoenix so well; especially the theme music - I've not heard since it was on the short-lived-air back in the early 80s, but that tune still plays through my head. It lasted 3 years or so and was on in the mid 80s. Bennu was an enlightened being who was socially responsible, kind, non violent and environmentally aware. The setting was an auto plant in Hadleyville, Pennsylvania that had been reopened as part of Assan Motors, a Japanese owned company. Top 10 Movies That Ruined Childhoods In The 80s. It was another show that I remember my whole family being able to watch together and it took that classic “fish out of water” scenario that’s used in endless scenarios. I'm really surprised you didn't include 1980's "Tenspeed and Brown Shoe" on this list. In the darkness, the realized are being follow, so the man covers a natural hole in the ground using four stones in every corner, then dust at the center. I think you're thinking of "Probe" starring Parker Stevenson! Fast, free delivery. Fun lens, and must be a lot of us with 1970s nostalgia. Go to the com icons guys, and see that these kinds of series still have cult following, and they bring happiness and joy, rather than boring violence and darkness. Watch full episodes of That '80s Show and get the latest breaking news, exclusive videos and pictures, episode recaps and much more at * One of the first criminals was close to an elevator, the man just came out shooting with a machine gun. that had a good looking young sheriff. It was a comedy about 2 doctors or med students or something like that. Where And When To Listen To The 80s Show With Jeff Stevens Sep 08, 2017. NO, If YOU hang I die! * In another chapter, the man was in a cave with a woman. So, in steps John Moore (Jim McMullan) Security Chief for Delos, it's his job to stop Quaid. :). (Burns) would talk to the audience and (Gracie) had a cat named (X) for her friend, which stayed on the car in the garage and her friend (X) had a doctors appointment that she couldn't keep so (Gracie) went instead. Orson Welles had originally been asked to play the role, but creative differences with Paramount, the production company, prompted him to bow out of the project. Hi everyone. The series has never been released onto DVD, but you can find an episode or two on Prime Time Crime: The Stephen J. Cannell Collection released onto DVD in 2010. The location is San Diego, just one hour outside of the big dream we call Los Angeles. Directed by David Trainer. * On the main theme, the man is shooting down an helicopter with a bazooka. Her mentor at the paper was Walter Holden (Kenneth McMillian) and her best friend Connie (Shera Danese). Critics dismissed it charging it was just a Mod Squad update. I liked how he would transform himself. The series was about two cowboys who, instead of riding horses on the open range, roamed across the country side in their beat up camper looking for adventure and finding it. I remember AUTOMAN - I LOVED Automan!!! Parts I remember: * In the airport, the daughter and the son playing, they are close to the bomb. I can't say for sure if this is the real reason (only what I have read on various sites), but I do know that Arnold wasn't seen in the series after his first appearance. The series did have a very catchy theme. That '80s Show 1x12 Tuesday Scenes. The series lasted for 18 episodes and aired on NBC from September 21, 1989 to June 29, 1990. bBefore the series was cancelled, there was an attempt to revamp it and make it more issue oriented. Lee Horsely, in his first television role, was his able bodied assistant, Archie Goodwin. Rounding out the cast was lovely Randi Brooks, Tim Dunigan, Clive Revill and Walter Olkewicz. Does anybody but me remember a primetime network tv series that was black & white and was a comedy that was in the style of old silent movies? It is appreciated! That aired on NBC for thirteen episodes lasting from October 2 – December 25, 1982. Ugh. By this time, Cassidy had given up touring in his musical career, although he had released the album WASP, and speculated he should tour somewhat to promote it. Surprised it didn't last long. I happen to be one of the few who enjoyed and miss this series. Anyway you get the gist.... it was hilarious. I also liked the Powers of Matthew Star as has been mentioned in the comments. With all the new mutant type stuff I was desperately trying to remember Misfits of Science. The series co starred Gedde Watanabe (who reprises his role from the movie), Stephen Lee and Clint Howard. I also liked Manimal, Automan, and Misfits of Science. **I do not own this video! Reed and Geoffry Scott (who took over Selleck's role) as Will Eubanks. The series was hyped and promoted a lot, and had many thinking it was the hit of the year. :-). aleganiram. Pat Mills from East Chicago, Indiana on July 08, 2015: Short lived ones from the decade include Police Squad, All Is Forgiven, The Duck Factory, and The Famous Teddy Z. The network did like the show enough to try to find a better night and time slot, by moving it from its original Friday night position to Tuesday, but the viewers still never showed up. This was very similar in plot to the present day series, Criminal Minds and co starred Kent McCord and Richard Kind. I have been trying to remember this for years with no luck so far. Robert Wright. The series premiered in the fall of 1970, and is considered to be the definitve 1970's show. Sam Groom and Gretchen Corbett starred in this science fiction, Lost in Space kind of series. The series may have done a little better than it did, if it hadn't been caught up in the 1980 Screen Actors Guild strike which prevented it from going into production until late in the fall. Barbara Barrie, Jackie Earle Haley and John Ashton reprised their roles from the feature film. I can't recall anything else about it, I'm afraid. JC the show you are thinking of is Jack and Mike. Sophia has a crush on Katie and kisses her. Sounds kind of familiar, right? I remember watching Street Hawk. Created by Mark Brazill, Terry Turner, Bonnie Turner. That '80s Show (TV Series 2002) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Nick Donovan (Asher Brauner) and Ocee James (Steve Hanks) are former race car drivers who are hired by the LAPD, because of their superior driving skills. He had special abilities like telekinesis, the power to levitate and to do astral projection, etc. Amazing it even got on the air. !Automan when it first came out, and recently was able to get the DVD, it was great, such happy memories and a fun series. Hollywood legend Rock Hudson starred with handsome Jack Scalia in this private detective series. @anonymous: I think you are thinking of a Mc Donalds Commercial, There is probably a comment somewhere on the list, but you also forgot a show called Mr Merlin starring Bernard Hughes as the wizard turned auto mechanic. I ask that you keep the comments on topic and I also want you to be aware that they are moderated in order to keep this page reader friendly. The Highwayman was an adventure series that aired on NBC beginning March 4, 1988 and lasted until May 6, 1988. Alexander Blacke (Hal Linden) was a magician who liked to solve crimes with the help of his con artist father, played by Harry Morgan. They made most of their money gambling, but when having a run of bad luck, they would pick an occasional job, which is usually where all the fun took place. I think that was the one where the truck turned invisible (it was a long time ago). Wow, I always imagined it consisted of more than 4-5 episodes. ABC aired this series at the moronic hour of 7:30 pm. At the end of the 70's I saw a TV series "invisible sight" was the poorly translated name we got. Battles (John Ashton) gets a brand new partner, young and brash Joe "Kaz" Kaczierowski (Richard Tyson). This was a really fun series that was cancelled due to low ratings, because it was going up against Dallas on CBS. @anonymous: Hey! During the day, Mach worked as a trouble shooter for the police department, but by night he was a crime fighter known as The Street Hawk. i n misfits of science u forgot the neanderthal man. I remember being crushed when it wasn't renewed. It successfully managed to turn the camera on the typical American high school of the ‘80s and really show what went on in the minds of that generation even when it wasn’t necessarily always what people wanted to hear. It does have a bit of a cult following and I think it had the potential to be a decent series if it would have been given more of a chance. The show's plot was that a group of "misfits" who ended up getting together because they all shared one thing in common, they had super powers. Also starred Whitman Mayo, Natalie Core, Jeff Cory and Tony Longo. Now, to make ends meet he worked as a private detective. Steve Hanks, Michelle Pfeiffer and Asher Brauner in B.A.D. Was shown on TV Land for about a week back in 2001, but then vanished from public view again never to be seen until being brought back in reruns on Logo this year. Without her, he had no clue as to what his mission on earth was to be about. Matt Lincoln was cancelled after 16 episodes. He took the role of Alexander Blacke because it was different, Blacke was outgoing and the story lines were exciting. Does anyone remember a show about an investigator with one hand, demoted to an office in the basement who continued to do investigations contrary to his bosses directives. Even Conway admitted that the show probably needed canned laughter to help audiences know when to laugh. The 56th Precinct, known as The Last Precinct was a dumping ground of sorts for various LAPD police officers who really didn't seem cut out for a career in law enforcement. This fit well with the special power that Chase had, the ability to transform into any animal at will. Jonathan Perpich was Price Pascall , a handsome police officer who was the only one to have any kind of real detective skills. Set in 1912 England, our hero is helped in his adventures by his trusty butler/chauffeur, Phipps (George Innes) and Jenny (Caroline Langrishe) his beautiful and very resourceful secretary. The theme of the series was "Someone Cares". Anyone remember this? Anyone remember a tv show featuring an investigative reporter in Las Vegas, who worked the night beat? Hello does anyone know a good website that sells TV series on DVD?, i am looking for The New People-1969-1970 at the moment. If so, please comment. I liked Jim Hutton as Ellery. your welcome!!!!! The series co starred Tim Russ and Jane Badler and was produced by Glen A. Larson who said he envisioned it as being a cross between Gunsmoke and The Road Warrior. The male hero was an intellectual type who had built an entire castle in his mind when he was younger. There was a tv show (mid to late 80's I think. This 13 episode series starred Desi Arnaz, Jr. as Walter Nebicher, a computer expert who worked for the police department as a programmer. Glory Miller (author) from USA on February 01, 2019: Youtube is a great source for finding lost and forgotten treasures when it comes to vintage TV. Glory is a fan of 70s TV entertainment and enjoys writing about the popular and not so popular shows and TV movies of that decade. "Starman" andd "Hard Time On Planet Earth". :D. Charito Maranan-Montecillo from Manila, Philippines on March 27, 2014: I remember watching "Manimal". Catherine Hicks and Tim Matheson played Amanda and Rick Tucker, a husband and wife team who run a detective agency. It was quickly cancelled. It ran from November 29, 1980 to January 10, 1981. Katie's recycling efforts annoy everybody. That '80s Show Season 1 show reviews & Metacritic score: "The date is 1984. I think it was on during the week at 9pm. I don't remember any of these shows. @jackiejormpjomp: Maybe Greatest American Hero? I swear there was a very short lived show called T.L.C. There was a show in the early 80's where a husband and wife solved crimes, they owned a restaurant and one of them was a journalist. :). Cassidy didn't see the film before beginning to work on the series as he didn't want to allow his take on Dave Stohler to be influenced by the way Dennis Christopher portrayed the character in the film. Based on the epic novel by James Clavell, Shogun originated as an epic five-part television miniseries, filmed on location in Japan. It wasn't as good as 70s show (maybe better then the last season which I found mediocre), but if it had more time I am sure I would have grown to like the characters almost as much. The late Jeff Conaway (of Taxi fame) starred in this very short lived 80's show that lasted from February 26, 1983 to May 14, 1983. It was great to see the title again, Misfits of Science. Joining them in their fight to stop car thieves is Officer Samantha Jensen (a young Michelle Pfeiffer). The series got off to a slow start, it was to begin production in June of 1981, but postponed because of a screen writers strike and then because of Hudson's heart surgery. series of mine). I HE hangs YOU die? The plot involved a gang of street toughs who were given a choice, work for the police as undercover agents infiltrating street gangs in order to prevent gang related crimes or go to jail. @anonymous: Loved "Man From Atlantis" was awesome. I couldnt remember the of the complete name of the show with science mutant kids. Richard Lynch played Justin Preminger a man who wishes to capture Bennu. I have been trying to think of a name of a show that was about firemen. Nine episodes were planned, but only four were ever filmed, those and the 90 minute pilot movie. It has only been released on DVD in Germany and France and has yet to see a US release. Others, after watching an episode or two, it makes a viewer wonder how these shows ever made it into production to begin with, but be they good or bad, they are all short lived TV series from the 1980s'. It was the first series to deal with mental illness in an adult manner. Watch trailers & learn more. Bill Sadler played Lieutenant Charlie Fontana, Cleary's only friend left on the force and who helped him with his cases whenever possible. The bit I can't forget is one character on a horse and the conversation was like "who's on first". I would like to add the show small wonder to this list. Ive been stumpted on this for some time. The show may have even been called San Bernardino. The 80s Game That Brainwashed Players | … Joe. There are quite a few memorable stars, but I do not recognize any of these TV shows! The crime drama series starred the late Patrick Swayze Bandit in an early television role. I remember the private continually giving the superhero trouble about the cape. Jim Steinmyer who created many of Doug Henning's illusions came up with the illusions for the series. I have to admit, looking at this website kinda makes me sad and long for those days again. Courteney Cox was Gloria Dinallo, a teenage girl who had the power of telekinesis and whose mother was locked away in a mental hospital. **I do not own this video! While ABC had publicized it heavily, audiences didn't seem to notice it once it came on the air and it was pulled from the schedule after filming only eight episodes, seven of which were shown. CBS took exception to some of her scenes in the film and decided that they needed to replace her, so the series was totally revamped and given the new name of Tucker's Witch. Veteran cop Charlie "C.B." This short-lived series last for a total of five episodes and it aired on CBS from March 15, 1982 to April 12, 1982. They are to become members of the newly formed B.A.D. 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