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

April Smith's books on Amazon

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
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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.
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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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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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Friday, February 1, 2019

Forgotten TV ep 27-Logan's Run



The 1977-78 CBS series/adaptation of Logan's Run is considered.
Due to length, segment times are included for your convenience.
0-31:44 Intro/Pilot
31:44 The Series
1:28:44 Behind the Scenes
TV themes/clips
Logan's Run film teaser trailer 
Logan's Run film radio spots
Logan's Run TV theme
Sources of quotes and background information:
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Monday, December 31, 2018

Forgotten TV ep 26-Man From Atlantis



The 1977-78 NBC TV movies and series Man From Atlantis is considered. 
Due to length, segment times are included for your convenience.
0-45:33 Intro/The Movies
45:33 The Series
1:18:05 Behind the Scenes
1:44:45 Memorial/Next Time Segments
TV themes/clips
Atlantis by Audionautix
Man From Atlantis theme
Star Wars 1977 TV spot
Radio Shack Realistic 77 TV commercial
1977 Sony Betamax VCR commercial
1976 Patrick Duffy Taco Bell commercial

Man From Atlantis: Complete Television Series DVD

Sources of quotes and background information
The music 'Atlantis' by Audionautix used is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
https://audionautix.com/index.php
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Man From Atlantis: The Complete TV Movies DVD 

Man From Atlantis: Complete Television Series DVD

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Sunday, November 11, 2018

Forgotten TV ep 25-More Creepy TV Monster Movies of the 70s



More 1970s creepy TV monster movies are considered including The Night Strangler, Moon of the Wolf, The Cat Creature, and Curse of the Black Widow.
Music themes/clips included
-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)
References

Thursday, October 25, 2018

Forgotten TV ep 25 Trailer



Look for episode 25-More Creepy TV Monster Movies of the 70s to post soon on this podcast feed.
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Friday, September 28, 2018

Forgotten TV ep 24-AfterMASH




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.
TV themes/clips used
  • Me & The Chimp theme
  • Makin' It theme
  • Archie Bunker's Place closing theme
  • MASH 1970 film theme
  • Trapper John, MD theme
  • Jamie Farr 1984 Mars bar TV spot
  • CBS 1983 We've Got The Touch promo
  • Whiz Kids bumpers
  • MASH cast IBM TV spots
References
-David Goehner