Monday, August 23, 2021

Forgotten TV ep 42-A Leslie Stevens Retrospective Part 1


The early life and contributions of TV/film creator Leslie Stevens is considered. His entry into film with Private Property and Incubus; his TV work Stoney Burke and The Outer Limits; and his book est: The Steersman Handbook, Charts of the Coming Decade of Conflict and Earthside Missile Base project are discussed.

The Outer Limits season 1 and The Outer Limits season 2 are available on Bluray from Amazon.

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Book links:

Leslie Stevens Goes to Hollywood by Dore Page

The Outer Limits Companion by David J. Schow

The Tragic Death of Marina Habe by Tighe Taylor

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Music credits:

Dark Moment by Pollyanna Maxim, Creepy Thoughts by Phoenix Tail, Eye For Detail by Jay Varton, and Solstice by Spectacles Wallet and Watch are used under license by Epidemic Sound. If you need music for your podcast or YouTube channel, please visit Epidemic Sound

Density of Being by Dreamstate Logic is used with permission and under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported license.

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Friday, June 25, 2021

Forgotten TV ep 41-Street Hawk


The 1985 ABC series Street Hawk is fully considered. The show starred Rex Smith, Joe Regalbuto, and Jeannie Wilson and was created by Bruce Lansbury, Paul M. Belous, and Robert Wolterstorff.

This podcast is designed to be listened to in three segments. Timecodes:

0-1:03:05 Intro, episode rundown

1:04:52-2:04:12 Behind the Scenes, The Machine

2:04:12-end Troubled Production, The Music, Toys/Merchandise, After Street Hawk

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The Green Hornet: A History of Radio, Motion Pictures, Comics and Television by Martin Grams Jr.

Knight Rider Legacy by Joe Huth IV and Richie F. Levine

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Music credits:

Superhero Story 2 by Fredrik Ekstrom is used under license by Epidemic Sound

Synthoid’s cover of The Safety Dance-Follow Synthoid on SoundCloud

Music from Street Hawk Begins, Street Hawk Adventures, and Street Hawk Returns by Giuliano Pilati Is used under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

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Monday, March 22, 2021

Forgotten TV ep 40-Angie


The 1979-80 ABC series Angie is fully considered. Starring Donna Pescow, Robert Hays, Sharon Spelman, Doris Roberts, and Debralee Scott. Series developers Alan Eisenstock & Larry Mintz appear in the interview segment.

Timecodes:

0-52:05 Intro-series overview

52:05-2:01:05 Behind The Scenes

2:01:05-2:45:50 Conversation with Alan Eisenstock & Larry Mintz

2:45:50-end After Angie/wrapup

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Robert Hays can be found on Cameo.

Visit Alan Eisenstock at www.alaneisenstock.com

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Happier Days by Marley Brandt
The Naked Truth by Jean-Pierre Dorleac
Raised by the Stars by Nick Thomas
Unsold TV Pilots by Lee Goldberg
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Saturday, December 26, 2020

Forgotten TV ep 39- Automan


The 1983-84 ABC series Automan is fully considered.

Timecodes:

0-54:12 Intro/Automan episode review
54:12-1:28:07 Behind the Scenes Pt 1
1:28:07-end Behind the Scenes Pt 2/wrapup

Billy Hinsche Facebook

Hewlogram video

Hewlogram-Behind the Scenes

Automan theme renditions
Javier Bustacara Ruiz
STEFANO ERCOLINO Official
Richard Korpel
Bullbayliss Music
Wolf Heathen - Chiptune & Synthwave
The Time Warp

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Etheric Echoes by Dreamstate Logic used with permission under an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported license

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Friday, October 30, 2020

Forgotten TV ep 38-Spooky Retro Clip Show


Just some fun on this episode featuring a trip down memory lane throughout the 70s and 80s with commercials, special episode promos, long-forgotten TV specials, clips, songs, old PSAs, bumpers, horror host intros....its a spoooky clip show on this episode of Forgotten TV! 

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Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Forgotten TV ep 37-James at 15


A complete look at the 1977-78 NBC series James at 15. Including interviews with show creator Dan Wakefield and writer April Smith.

Timecodes

0-1:21:45  Intro and episode review

1:21:45-2:08:45 Behind the Scenes

2:08:45-3:29:40 Interviews

3:29:40-3:49:25 Wrapup/final thoughts

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Dan Wakefield's books on Amazon

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Lee Montgomery/Laury Shelly's Go Fund Me

Music stingers/bumpers are used under license from Epidemic Sound. "Stringed Disco" by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

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Sunday, August 23, 2020

Forgotten TV Supplemental 8-The Complete History of Aunt Jemima

Normally a Patreon exclusive, this supplemental podcast accompanies episode 36 on Black TV history.

A review of the origin of the minstrel show as well as a complete history of Aunt Jemima is considered.

Aunt Jemima is a trademark of Quaker Oats and Pepsico.

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Clinging to Mammy: The Faithful Slave in Twentieth-Century America  by Micki McElya
Slave in a Box by M M Manring

Saturday, August 1, 2020

Forgotten TV ep 36-An Overview of Black TV History 1939-1980


From the early representations in experimental broadcasts to the contributions of the Dumont Network; to the thin appearances on 1950s TV; to the integration and beginnings of equality in the 1960s; to the sometimes controversial sitcoms of the 1970s; and the foundation of BET in 1980, this podcast presents an overview of Black TV history.

Timecodes
0-1:09:40 Background/1939-1959
1:09:40-1:47:05 1960s
1:47:05-end 1970s and conclusion

 

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 Primetime Blues by Donald Bogle

Encyclopedia of Television edited by Horace Newcomb
Our Gang: A Racial History of The Little Rascals by Julia Lee

 The music track Astray by Alec Slayne is used under license from Epidemic Sound.

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Sunday, April 12, 2020

Forgotten TV ep 35-The Whiz Kids Stars Speak



Conversations with Whiz Kids actors Madelyn Cain, Andrea Elson, Todd Porter, and Adrienne DeGuere.
Timecodes
0 Intro/Madelyn Cain
26:38 Andrea Elson
57:50 Todd Porter
1:41:00 Adrienne DeGuere
Please like the Whiz Kids page on Facebook and visit the Whiz Kids blog!
Podcast published at forgottentv.podbean.com
The music tracks Catch Up by Falcon Dives and I Think I Was There by Emil Axelsson are used under license from Epidemic Sound.
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Monday, March 2, 2020

Forgotten TV ep 34-Whiz Kids Part Two: Behind The Scenes



A complete look at behind the scenes of 1983's Whiz Kids, including interview with co-creator Bob Shayne. Due to length, please note the following timecodes:
Behind the scenes of Whiz Kids 0-1:06:30
Bob Shayne Interview 1:06:30-2:24:45
After Whiz Kids/Legacy of show 2:24:45-end
Special thanks to Bob Shayne, Madelyn Cain, Andrea Elson, Todd Porter, Max Gail, Linda Scruggs DeGuere, Adrienne DeGuere, Tammy Taylor, Robbie Rist, Paul Chihara, Craig Buck, and Wayne Correia.
Please like the Whiz Kids page on Facebook and visit the Whiz Kids blog!
Podcast published at forgottentv.podbean.com
The music tracks Catch Up by Falcon Dives and I Think I Was There by Emil Axelsson are used under license from Epidemic Sound.
Forgotten TV is not affiliated with or authorized by CBS, Universal Television, Elephant Films, NBCUniversal or any production company involved in the making of any TV show or film mentioned in this podcast.  Amazon links are affiliate.
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Friday, January 31, 2020

Forgotten TV ep 33-Whiz Kids Part One



The origins and each episode of 1983's Whiz Kids is considered! 
Special thanks to Bob Shayne, Robbie Rist, and Tammy Taylor.
Full length interviews with Bob Shayne and actors Madelyn Cain and Andrea Elson can be heard in the Patreon podcast feed and will be published here as part of this podcast series.
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The music track Cold War Games by Gabriel Lewis is used under license from Epidemic Sound.
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Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Forgotten TV 2019 End of Year Supplemental



  • Forgotten TV News
  • Future Cop supplemental/state of packaged media
  • Kolchak supplemental/history of Zoltan amusement
  • Obituaries
  • Whiz Kids sneak preview
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Thursday, September 19, 2019

Forgotten TV ep 31-Future Cop



The 1976 TV movie, 1977 ABC series, and 1978 NBC TV movie based on Future Cop is fully explored.
Credits:
Etheric Echoes by Dreamstate Logic used with permission under an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported license
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Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Forgotten TV ep 30-Tales of the Gold Monkey



The 1982-83 ABC TV series Tales of the Gold Monkey is considered, featuring a two hour interview with producer Tom Greene.
Due to length, segment times are included for your convenience.
0-30:15 Intro/Pilot Movie recap/discussion
30:15-1:31:22 Series episode breakdown
1:31:22-1:55:34 Behind The Scenes
1:55:34-3:58:00 Tom Greene Interview
3:58:00-end After Gold Monkey/Concluding Thoughts
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Monday, July 1, 2019

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Sunday, March 17, 2019

Forgotten TV Short Cast-Gene Roddenberry and Tarzan

New Forgotten TV Short Cast posted to Patreon!
"Gene Roddenberry and Tarzan"

Additional information on Gene Roddenberry that didn't make it into the show; I debunk another modern claim about Gene-and all about that crazy sexed-up Tarzan; as well as the story of his marriage in Japan to Majel Barrett while on location, scouting for Tarzan.
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Monday, February 25, 2019

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It has arrived. You can now support Forgotten TV on Patreon for as little as $1 a month and help produce the podcast. Over the past two years, Forgotten TV has become a leading authority on obscure TV from the 70s/80s, earning compliments from several entertainment industry professionals. During this time, the podcast has had no advertising and has averaged around $5 a month in affiliate revenue. How many podcasts do you listen to that do not begin with a commercial for a mattress, underwear, meal service, or a shave club?
Producing Forgotten TV is not free for me. What started as a weekend hobby in the laundry room has evolved into nearly a professional production with an enclosed studio constructed in my brother's garage. I now spend an average of nearly $75 a month on hosting, website domain, and a Newspapers.com subscription in addition to the purchase of DVDs and books for research. This includes a monthly payment on new equipment/microphones I just obtained to further improve and streamline the production quality of the podcast, as well as make remote interviews and in studio guests easier to accomplish. All this is laid out on the Patreon page. 
This year, Uncle Sam has sprung a total surprise with not only no refund, but an unprecedented tax bill I will be paying out for months. Your support is greatly appreciated and with it, I hope to bring you the podcast for years to come.

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