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The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters
A young boy (Kurt Russell) and his con man father (Dan O'Herlihy) travel west on a wagon train in the 1840's. The series aired for one season on ABC in 1963-64.
Shirley Logan is a writer and photographer who travels the world for her magazine. Her editor, Dennis Croft, is based in London.
The show follows Shirley as she goes on various adventures to gather stories and photographs for her magazine, while also dealing with the challenges of working with her editor from afar.
A stitched up single dad raises his young son while keeping his hard-partying, pro-footballer brother in line.
Madeline's mundane life gets a dose of excitement as she drags her friend Doris along for every fad. Her husband and his friend watch it all unfold.
Join Madeline on her wild adventures as she tries to spice up her life. With her husband and his friend watching, what could go wrong?
The Big Picture
The Big Picture is an American documentary television program which aired on ABC-TV from 1951 to 1964. The series consisted of documentary films produced by the United States Army Signal Corps Army Pictorial Service, showing weaponry, battles, and biographies of famous soldiers.
Hosted by ABC News correspondent Matt Gutman, the award-winning Sea Rescue(TM) tells the stories of marine animal rescue, rehabilitation, and return to the wild by the dedicated men and women of the SeaWorld® Rescue Team and partner organizations. With rescue teams on call 24/7 and a legacy spanning more than five decades, SeaWorld has rescued over 26,000 whales, dolphins, sea lions, penguins, manatees, sea turtles and birds, with the ultimate goal of successfully rehabilitating and returning each one to the wild. Sea Rescue shares the teams' incredible and heartwarming adventures through a combination of first-hand accounts, expert insights, and remarkable footage that will inspire, educate, and enthrall viewers!
It's All Relative
So you think Romeo and Juliet had family issues? Listen to this. Bobby is a bartender and the only son of gregarious, salt-of-the-earth Irish Catholic parents from Boston. His fiancée, Liz, is a toney Harvard medical student and she's Protestant (no, that's not the problem). Liz has two dads, not one, and they're a worldly pair of well-heeled gay men. The moment Bobby popped the question to Liz, they knew their families would have to meet. And the first time they brought his Mom and Dad together with her Dad and Dad... well, things did not go well. Aside from the obvious, there's a culture gap between these in-laws-to-be that makes the Grand Canyon look like a seam in the sidewalk. Liz's parents are devotees of the arts. Bobby's are devotees of the Red Sox. Liz's parents are into St. Laurent. Bobby's parents swear by St. Patrick. Did we mention that Bobby's sister, Maddy, loves throwing gasoline on the fire? From Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, acclaimed producers of the Oscar-winning Chicago.
Best of the West
The Wild West misadventures of a mild-mannered store owner turned town Marshal.
Man with a Camera
Charles Bronson stars as Mike Kovac, a former World War II combat photographer freelancing in New York City who specializes in getting the photographs other lensmen can't.
By assisting newspapers, insurance companies, the police and private individuals, Kovac gets himself into plenty of troubles involving criminals of every kind.
Carter Country is a TV series set in Clinton Corners, Georgia, where Chief Roy Mobey leads a group of incompetent deputies.
The show follows the daily life of the Chief and his team as they try to keep the peace while dealing with Mayor Teddy Burnside and the newly appointed Sergeant Curtis Baker.