From Suspense. 1953. Broderick Crawford. Marvin Kaplan.
Spare Time. I love naming boats. Kickin’ Back. Bad Boat Names: The Communist Manifesto. This Piece of Shit’s Gonna Sink. Waterlogged.
Doctor appointment this afternoon and I was starving. That part of town is a traffic nightmare but there is a little grocery half a block away from the office that is famous for their chicken salad. Also got pimento cheese, blueberry cobbler, and Zapp’s salt & vinegar chips.
Trying to get through as many of the Amazing Colossal Podcast mini-episodes as I can during the free trial. I said I would get my money’s worth. Gilbert is a bad Frankenstein expert. A lot of the old horror movies they talked about I only know because of Svengoolie. Dracula’s Daughter coming up this week.
1975-76 NBC. Lloyd Bridges. Cop on the beat. 23 episodes.
1972-73 NBC. Larry Cohen created. Part of the NBC Mystery Movie. James Farentino. 5 episodes.
1974-75 NBC. Jessica Walter, Helen Hunt, Art Metrano. Spinoff of Ironside and part of the NBC Mystery Movie. 3 episodes.
1984-85 ABC. Craig T. Nelson, Kennan Wynn, Elisabeth Shue. 23 episodes.
1981-82 CBS. Peter Cook. 20 episodes.
1979-80 ABC. Donna Pescow, Robert Hays, Doris Roberts, Debralee Scott. Garry Marshall was one of the creators.
1980 NBC. Karl Malden. 6 episodes.
1983-84 ABC. Madeline Kahn. 19 episodes.
1976 ABC. Carl Reiner. 13 episodes.
1976 ABC. 12 episodes.
1978-79 NBC. 8 episodes, one unaired.
1985 ABC. Patty Duke. 7 episodes.
ABC 1978. Norman Lear. Rue McClanahan, Dabney Coleman, Jack Gilford. Two episodes aired. Directed by Peter Bonerz.
This was the never say die robot cop show. Two networks, two titles. Sued by Harlan Ellison. Ernest Borgnine, John Amos. ABC 1977. NBC 1978 named Cops and Robin. 8 episodes.