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Emergency Closing Credits Season 2 The closing credits from episode 1-season 2 of NBC's Emergency (original air date- 9/16/1972)
Tags: Emergency  NBC  closing  credits 
Added: 18th June 2008
Views: 1403
Posted By: BadWX
The Glenn Miller Story Here's the opening credits plus a few minutes from the middle of The Glenn Miller Story (1953). Jimmy Stewart played the title character. If this music doesn't make you feel nostalgic, nothing will!
Tags: Glenn  Miller  Jimmy  Stewart  June  Allyson 
Added: 15th July 2008
Views: 1383
Posted By: Lava1964
The Brain From Planet Arous although its C Movie status gave it poor reviews upon its release, the film has since become a sci-fi classic, and has been parodied on many TV shows...one notable reference was "Malcolm in the Middle", which uses a segment of "The Brain from Planet Arous" as part of the opening credits . .
Tags: The  Brain  From  Planet  Arous      1957      sci-fi      vintage      movie      poster 
Added: 16th July 2008
Views: 1399
Posted By: Teresa
Dennis The Menace Kelloggs Commercial and End Credits Tags: Dennis  The  Menace  Kellogg's  Commercial  and  End  Credits  Dennis    Menace    Kellogg's    jay    north     
Added: 17th July 2008
Views: 1884
Posted By: BigBoy Bob
Petticoat Junction TV Guide Cover This must be from 1968 or 1969: The cast of Petticoat Junction grace the cover of TV Guide. Note that June Lockhart is shown. Her character, Dr. Janet Craig, replaced Bea Benaderet's character, Kate Bradley, after Benaderet died in October 1968. Good rule of thumb: If the opening credits to Petticoat Junction come on and June Lockhart walks onto the porch of the Shady Rest, change the channel.
Tags: Petticoat  Junction  cast  TV  Guide 
Added: 13th September 2008
Views: 2759
Posted By: Lava1964
Assignment Earth This is what the opening credits might have looked like for the never produced Star Trek spin off Assignment Earth. I heard rumors that Gene Roddenberry had considered making it almost like a scifi sitcom. So with that in mind, I give you my friendly open.
Tags: Assignment  Earth  Star  Trek  Friends 
Added: 2nd October 2008
Views: 1410
Posted By: BadWX
Manimal Introduction Here are the opening credits from another notoriously bad show: Manimal. It aired on NBC for three months in 1983. The premise of the show was that Professor Jonathan Chase, an animal behaviorist, possessed the power to transform himself into any animal at will. Of course Chase chose to use his powers to fight evil as a member of the NYPD.
Tags: Manimal 
Added: 15th November 2008
Views: 1442
Posted By: Lava1964
12 OClock High Final Episode Opening Credits I say opening credits. But, you get about 3.5 minutes of show before you ever see them. That's just the way the show did it. My dad (retired Army and just turned 80) and I watched this show together each week when I was younger. Very little military action was ever shown on this show. It was more about personal drama than anything else. How many of you remember, 12 O'Clock High?
Tags: 12  Oclock  High 
Added: 15th December 2008
Views: 1473
Posted By: ChowDog
77 Sunset Strip This is the closing credits from an episode titled All Our Yesterdays. Which aired Nov. 21 1958. Reason I uploaded the ending credits is you can hear the entire unforgettable theme song from this show. While I don't remember any specific episodes I may have seen as a kid, one things for sure, you couldn't forget that song!
Tags: 77  Sunset  Strip  Efrem  Zimbalist  Jr 
Added: 4th January 2009
Views: 2334
Posted By: ChowDog
TVs Worst Sitcom The Trouble With Tracy Canadian television has been responsible for some of the worst sitcoms ever. The nadir is probably The Trouble With Tracy. To satisfy new Canadian content requirements, there were 130 episodes produced for CTV during the 1970-71 season. That's right, 130! It was a daily sitcom set in New York City. Because the episodes came off the production line so quickly and CTV was cash-strapped, quality control was minimal. Flubbed lines often stayed in the shows because retakes were too expensive. Rumor has it that all the master tapes have been destroyed. Here are the opening credits that some masochist recorded.
Tags: Trouble  With  Tracy 
Added: 3rd April 2009
Views: 2667
Posted By: Lava1964

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