Inspired by the huge popularity of motorcycle stuntman Evel Knievel, "Devlin" was one of Hanna-Barbera's very few dramatic cartoons. It focused on Ernie Devlin - a stunt motorcyclist with a traveling circus - and his siblings, Tod and Sandy.
Clue Club (1976)
Clue Club was a cartoon about four precocious young investigators (Dotty, Larry, D.D. and Pepper) who solved crimes with the help of two bloodhounds, Woofer and Whimper. Dotty, the brains of the team, would stay at home and analyze any clues that the gang found. The older dog, Woofer, thought he was a very good detective so he would always take the credit for solving the case. The laughs in the show were provided by Woofer and Whimper, due to their fear of the spooky places the gang went. The show only had one year of first run episodes, after which it aired in repeats on The Skatebirds under the new title Woofer and Whimper, Dog Detectives. These repeats were severely edited, which made the show particularly hard to follow. After a year on The Skatebirds, CBS reinstated the full episodes and re-ran them on Sundays under the original title. The show ran for another four months, cancelled in January of 1979.
The Bourne Identity
Richard Chamberlain stars as an amnesiac trying to piece together fragments of his memory that reveal he's either a U.S. espionage agent or an international terrorist? Aided by Marie St. Jacques - a the kidnap victim who falls in love with her captor - the two traverse Europe trying to piece together his past while trying to escape a spy network out to assassinate this mystery man.
A Man Called Sloane
Sloane is a freelance spy. Although he doesn't work for the government, he frequently accepts assignments from The Director, a head of a secret government agency. He's assisted by Torque, a man with a detachable hand (which can be replaced by a variety of implements drills, guns, and what-not).
The long war against the Frost Republic scarred many places of the Empire. The Empire Army organizes the 3rd section of the Information Bureau calling it, "Pumpkin Scissors." Struggling to recover from the scars of war the bureau is visited by a tall man dangling an iron lantern from his waist and handling a heavy gun with one hand.
The Tall Man
Set in New Mexico during the 1870s, The Tall Man told fictionalized stories of the adventures of two real-life characters, Deputy Sheriff Pat Garrett and William H. Bonney. The Latter was more popularly known as Billy the Kid, a youthful gunfighter with a penchant for getting himself into trouble. Billy and Pat, whose honesty and forthrightness had earned him the nickname "The Tall Man".
Jay Ziegler is a normal boy until he falls into a coma after an accident. In the real world, aka the Upworld, Jay is in a coma and his family and friends must deal with life around them. But in Jay's mind, aka the Downworld, Jay is travelling though a land populated entirely by kids. With the help of his friends Alpha and Flash (the Downworld counterparts of his friends Donna and Keith), Jay must fulfill his mission of finding the mysterious leader of the Downworld, discover what really happened to his father and find his way home. Join Jay and his friends as their Odyssey unfolds.
The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan
This family of super sleuths are comprised of the Chinese detective Charlie Chan, his 10 children and their family dog, Chu Chu. The children always try to help out their dad to bring in the bad guy. Charlie Chan's 10 children are Henry Chan, Alan Chan, Stanley Chan, Suzie Chan, Mimi Chan, Anne Chan, Tom Chan, Flip Chan, Nancy Chan, and Scooter Chan.
A drama about a case that occurs in three days between secret service agents in the Blue House. The South Korean President travels to a villa to enjoy his vacation. After three gunshots are fired, he disappears. His bodyguard Han Tae Kyung (Park Yoo Chun) attempts to find the President.
Run for Your Life
Ben Gazzara plays a successful lawyer who is told in the first episode is told by his doctor that he will die in one to two years. He decides to do all of the things he has never had time for. The program becomes a series of plays in which he meets a wide variety of people from bums riding the rails, to gigolos, to orphans and becomes a man who has little fear of death and everything but time.