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The show was centered on three thieves, who all participated in crimes that brought no legitimate suffering to others. They were captured by a secret agency that forced them to use their abilities on the agency's behalf to combat criminals who were a threat against the American way of life, under threat of going to prison themselves.
Merrie Melodies, also known as Animated Fantasies of Yesterday and Today, is the name of an animated series distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures between 1931 and 1969. Originally produced by Harman-Ising Pictures, the series was later produced by Leon Schlesinger. Productions until 1944, when Schlesinger sold his studio to Warner. The Warner Bros. Cartoons studio continued to produce the series until 1964. Merrie Melodies was transferred to DePatie-Freleng Enterprises from 1964 to 1967, and Warner Bros. Cartoons resumed production for the last two years of the series.
Marcus, a sixteen-year-old pilot, fights against shadow dragons in Terranova, wherein soldiers use heavy gear to start the war.
RESCUE 77 is the Search and Rescue unit of Station 77 of the Los Angeles Fire Department. This fine show aired on the WB in the spring of 1999. In fact in the beginning the WB aired this series twice a week and then they lost faith in the program and it was quickly cancelled. RESCUE 77 was truely a quality show that made Richard Roundtree return to series television. RESCUE 77 was a sort of precursor to NBC's THIRD WATCH which has had a long run on that network and is still on. RESCUE 77 should have been given more of a chance than the eight episode order that the WB gave it. This series should still be on the air as we are in the world that we are in now.
Superstar USA is a reality TV show that spoofs American Idol. The judges select bad singers instead of good ones, and the bad singers think they can sing when they can't.
The show is a hoax, and the bad singers are unaware of it. Superstar USA is a parody of the popular singing competition show and is sure to make you laugh.
This show is about a 10 year-old boy who is trying to deal with the problems of pre-adolescence in his neighborhood in lower Manhattan. Inspired by the childhood of film/TV actor Damon Wayans, Waynehead proved that physical and financial challenges were no match for a healthy imagination and a smooth attitude. Damey Wayne was the star's 10-year-old alter ego, complete with a few autobiographical touches: Both Damon and Damey were born with a "club" foot, which slowed down their bodies but had no effect on their highly creative minds. The "Waynehead" nickname was another true-life note, given to Damey and his brothers because of their home-sheared hairdos. In the cartoon, Damey and family lived in lower Manhattan, where the boy went through the usual ups and downs of child...