Some criminal band sets a bomb (inside a case ?, inside a cactus ?) aleganiram. Was shown on TV Land for about a week back in 2001, but then vanished from public view again never to be seen until being brought back in reruns on Logo this year. Joe. Fun lens, and must be a lot of us with 1970s nostalgia. I HE hangs YOU die? Gallery: THEN AND NOW: The cast and crew of '27 Dresses' 12 years later (INSIDER) Continue Reading Show full articles without "Continue Reading" button for {0} hours. The complete series was released onto DVD in 2006. Thanks for reminding us that he did exist, though! This short-lived series aired on NBC from January 17, 1981 to June 6, 1981, and was the small screen's continuation of the story of legendary lawman Buford Pusser. The series first aired on February 7, 1981 and lasted until March 21, 1981 with a total of six episodes airing. Connie Sellecca was on it too. It aired on ABC from March 4, 1983 to April 1983. It was great to see the title again, Misfits of Science. Jerry Reed and Tom Selleck (before his Magnum days) starred in the TV movie Concrete Cowboys back in 1979. I think this series was just a little bit too ahead of it's time. I have been trying to remember this for years with no luck so far. that 80s show - Rent Movies and TV Shows on DVD and Blu-ray. This NBC series ran for 15 episodes starting on September 4, 1985 to December 25, 1985. I stopped watching most TV by about 1976 as there were so many new flops and the older series were nearing their end or the quality had become seriously compromised by then, but I would always see the commercials during movies and of course TV Guide listings. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Season One trailer shows off an '80s mall map and a new operator Alyssa Mercante 12/7/2020. :-). I'm only 43 but remember all of these shows growing up (I watched a lot of tv in a small Iowa town). Directed by David Trainer. 3 St. Elmo’s Fire The series has yet to be released onto DVD, but you can find the television movie that inspired the series. Perfect Stranger is another fun and harmless show and worthy of a high place on this list of the 21 best TV shows from the 80s. I also think it was cable) about two guys (maybe brothers) they had real long fake chins. He took the role of Alexander Blacke because it was different, Blacke was outgoing and the story lines were exciting. Sam Waterston stared as Quentin E. Deverille, a brilliant American professor who found himself laughed out of a job at Harvard because he dared speculate that it was possible to transmit picture and sound through the air. The series ran for 10 episodes on ABC in 1980 and was a mid season series.Asher Brauner originated the role of Roy DiLucca on the soap General Hospital from 1978-79. The title of the pilot was The Good Witch of Laurel Canyon and it aired in May of 1982 and starred Art Hindle and Kim Cattrell. Set during the time of King Arthur's Court, Conway played Prince Erik Greystone, a knight who was the defender of the Kingdom of Camarand which was ruled by kindly King Baaldorf (Tom Hill) and his wife, Queen Lattinia (Julie Payne). During the day, Mach worked as a trouble shooter for the police department, but by night he was a crime fighter known as The Street Hawk. I would like to add the show small wonder to this list. Set in 1912 England, our hero is helped in his adventures by his trusty butler/chauffeur, Phipps (George Innes) and Jenny (Caroline Langrishe) his beautiful and very resourceful secretary. Ernie Hudson was Sgt. Now I'm on a mission to find it on YouTube or something. Sam Jones (Flash Gordon fame) was the Highwayman, a US Marshal in this futuristic series that critics said was a cross between Mad Max and Knight Rider.Partnered with Jones was Jetto, played by an Aussie actor, Jacko, whose main claim to fame here in the US was a series of commercials for Energizer batteries, you remember those, right, he would stick the battery on his shoulder and dare you to knock it off. all copyrights FOX and other respective owners! The series co starred Tim Russ and Jane Badler and was produced by Glen A. Larson who said he envisioned it as being a cross between Gunsmoke and The Road Warrior. Lisa Jane Persky was Dottie, the ever faithful secretary. Anyway you get the gist.... it was hilarious. There is also the pilot film titled DIAL HOT LINE starring Vince Edwards and Kim Hunter. :). No late fees. I also liked the Powers of Matthew Star as has been mentioned in the comments. But, I do appreciate it when someone, like yourself, uses the guestbook to mention one that I haven't listed. Thank you. There was a show in the early 80's where a husband and wife solved crimes, they owned a restaurant and one of them was a journalist. Shaun Cassidy, who gained teen idol status as Joe Hardy on The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries, took on the role of Dave Stohler, a guy who loved bicycle racing in the series Breaking Away inspired by the 1979 feature film of the same name. That '80s Show is an American sitcom that aired from January to May 2002. Continue Reading Show full articles without "Continue Reading" button for {0} hours.