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    PUSHING DAISIES also had a comic book tie-in. Barry Sonnenfeld directed the series "Pie-Lette" (for which he won an Emmy) and he's now the director on SCHMIGADOON! (which also features Kristen Chenoweth).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Kelly View Post
    PUSHING DAISIES also had a comic book tie-in. Barry Sonnenfeld directed the series "Pie-Lette" (for which he won an Emmy) and he's now the director on SCHMIGADOON! (which also features Kristen Chenoweth).
    I knew and heard of none of this before, but cool! I gotta check all that out. Loved that show, how's Pie-Lette and SCHMIGADOON compare?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Powerboy View Post
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5fSpFv-hS8

    "Legend", maybe the only Richard Dean Anderson show that ever flopped. Five episodes, I think.
    That seemed pretty fun.
    I remember John de Lancie was in an ep. of MacGyver once, and they had pretty good chemistry no pun intended.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vakanai View Post
    I knew and heard of none of this before, but cool! I gotta check all that out. Loved that show, how's Pie-Lette and SCHMIGADOON compare?
    The "Pie-Lette" (just rewatched it) lacks a musical number. Barry Sonnenfeld also directed the second episode ("Dummy") and that episode does have a musical bit with Kristen Chenoweth singing, "Hopelessly Devoted," which has a stronger connection to SCHMIGADOON. Sonenfeld's bright, colour infused shots are in both series and his symmetrical framing makes me think of Wes Anderson, but with more hope.
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    From Nickelodeon,

    Speed Racer X
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    Quote Originally Posted by EmeraldGladiator View Post
    Cliffhangers: NBC early 80's I think a show that was three shows one was a Susan Anton vehicle that I skipped but there was a Dracula one and one that was lot like Cowboys and Aliens because it was about Cowboys and Aliens.
    This one haunted me. My family watched it when I was a kid. The Dracula serial finished, but the last episode that finished the other 2 never aired. This was the first cancellation I remember that left me hanging.

    Decades later I found a bootleg copy at a convention. Turns out it was a very cheesy show. Prime 70s cheese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Powerboy View Post
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5fSpFv-hS8

    "Legend", maybe the only Richard Dean Anderson show that ever flopped. Five episodes, I think.
    I have this in my Amazon shopping cart. It co-stars John DeLancie. It is not even expensive, like $8, I just haven't pulled the trigger.

    Edit: Amazon listing says 12 episodes
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    Flying Blind ran on Fox Sunday’s for a season in the 90’s. Loved it. Starred Tea Leoni. It sounds like a typical opposites attract but I remember it as really well-written and hilarious.

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    Fortune Dane: Carl Weathers is a trouble-shooter for a city mayor that has a corrupt/inefficient police force.

    Fortune Hunter: An insurance investigator/retriever who locates stolen items.

    Spy Games: starred Linden Ashby (Mortal Kombat) and Allison Smith (West Wing) as spies who work for a small intelligence agency spying on other spies.

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    From Jetix/Toon Disney,

    Ōban Star-Racers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Craig View Post
    I have this in my Amazon shopping cart. It co-stars John DeLancie. It is not even expensive, like $8, I just haven't pulled the trigger.

    Edit: Amazon listing says 12 episodes
    I think a majority never actually aired though.
    Power with Girl is better.

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    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0066631/

    "The Bearcats", a short-lived series in 1971. Set in 1914, two adventurers driving a Stutz Bearcat have adventures including going up against a World War I tank in one episode.

    "The Invisible Man", a 1975 series starring David McCallum.

    "Gemini Man", a 1976 show with another invisibility premise.
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    Power with Girl is better.

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    "Masquerade" - a "Mission: Impossible" type show where they would recruit ordinary civilians on spy missions based on their particular set of skills. I definitely had a crush on Kirstie Alley back then. (Greg Evigan wasn't looking so bad either)

    They use all sorts of hi-tech gear for 1983, including the first apple phone, if you ffwd to :30.

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    I used to love this show


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    From Toon Disney,

    The Weekenders


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