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Second Noah
ABC,

1996

| Drama, Family

An author and his zookeeper wife adopt eight children and numerous animals.


Equal Justice
ABC,

1990

| Drama

An ambitious legal drama about staffers in a Pittsburgh DA's office.


Father Murphy
NBC,

1981

| Drama

A frontiersman poses as a priest to care for a group of orphans whose parents were killed when their mining town was destroyed.


The Education of Max Bickford
CBS,

2001

| Drama

A professor's life is turned upside down when he's passed over for a promotion that goes to a former student with whom he had an affair.


Remember WENN
AMC,

1996

| Drama
Rating: 4/5

Trials and tribulations at Pittsburgh radio station WENN back in the late 1930s, when radio was king.


Danny And The Human Zoo

Danny And The Human Zoo is a 90-minute fictionalized account of Lenny Henry's life as a working-class teenager in 1970s Dudley.


Twelve O'Clock High

The high-flying adventures of the 918th Heavy Bombardment Group in World War II from mid-1942 through 1944. Based on the 1949 movie.


Vanishing Son
Syndicated,

1994

| Drama, Action
Rating: 3/5

Russell Wong starred as Jian-Wa Chang, a musician who escaped from the People's Republic of China after being involved in a student demonstration against the government. He and his brother Wago escaped to the USA; he pursued his music while Wago became drawn to a life of organized crime.


The Name of the Game

The Name of the Game was actually three series under one title. Each of the three stars of the show, Gene Barry, Robert Stack and Tony Franciosa were featured in their own self-contained episodes. The connection between them was Howard Publications, a Los Angeles based publishing empire that had been built up from scratch by its dynamic owner, Glenn Howard. Howard's position of power, his confrontations with business and political enemies, and his own flamboyant lifestyle were portrayed in his portion of The Name of the Game. Within the Howard empire were investigative correspondent Jeff Dillon and editor Dan Farrell. Dillon was a super-agressive former newsboy who had clawed his way up to a position of power and respect working for Howard's People Magazine. Farrell was a former FBI agent who had gone into the publishing business because it provided a position from which to make the public aware of the threats posed by organized crime.


The Ark

The Ark is a timeless tale; a story of family and faith; about one man's belief and fixation with building the ark which will ultimately save his family and mankind.