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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"Gene Roddenberry and Tarzan"
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-CBS Friday Night Movie theme -ABC Movie of the Week promo/themes -The Night Strangler (1973) -Milton Bradley Stay Alive TV commercial -1976 ABC The Paul Lynde Halloween Special promo -Moon of the Wolf (1972) -1979 Monster Machine commercial -Cliffhangers Dracula '79 promo -The Cat Creature (1973) -Remco Monsterizer 1980 commercial -The Dark Secret of Harvest Home 1979 promo -Curse of the Black Widow (1977)
The short lived CBS MASH spin-off series AfterMASH is considered, including a brief overview of the origins of MASH, an episode review; and many hard to find details, facts about the show, and bits of trivia are divulged.
Correction: I am likely in error regarding my conclusion that ep 21, By The Book was 'pulled' from airing on 3-5-1984. While it is true no English language US recording seems to have surfaced of this episode, multiple newspapers have By The Book listed on the daily TV listings for that date. In addition, David Goehner states he remembered seeing it; and MASH4077tv.com lists Neilsen ratings for the episode from that date.
Join me and Mark Jeacoma as we discuss this episode of Little House on the Prairie. Chuck McCann guest stars as Tinker Jones, local tinsmith for Walnut Grove that wants to resolve the town argument over the funding of a church bell.
Have no fear, the Man Of Bronze is here! Listen to your Forgotten TV host join Todd on the Forgotten Filmcast to discuss the 1975 film Doc Savage. Get the popcorn ready (or the traditional lunch of Hidalgo of Americanized hard shell tacos) and thank the Lord he's here!
Your Forgotten TV host travels through the 1970s and examines the TV movies Time Travelers (1976) The Time Machine (1978) and TV series Time Express (1979.)
movie/TV themes/clips used
-CBS radio program Escape!-The Time Machine 1948 -Captain Z-Ro 1951 -Peabody's Improbable History 1959 -The Time Tunnel TV promos 1966 -Time Travelers 1976 ABC TV movie -The Time Machine 1971 TV spot -Time Rider 1983 TV spot -DeLorean TV Commercial Original 1980's TV spot -The Time Machine 1978 NBC TV movie -Time After Time 1979 TV spot -The Philadelphia Experiment TV spot 1984 -Pepsi "Time-Travel" Commercial 1986 -Time Express 1979 NBC TV series
-1984 Starman TV spot -Starman movie theme by Jack Nitzsche -Starman TV theme by Dana Kaproff -various ABC Starman promos/bumpers -1986 ABC Life with Lucy Promo -1987 Nestle Crunch commercial w/CB Barnes -1986 ABC We Belong Together fall promo -Stranger Things theme