Oh, Doctor Beeching! is a BBC sitcom written by David Croft and Richard Spendlove. The pilot was broadcast on the 14th August 1995. The show ran for two series from 8 July 1996, with the last episode being broadcast on
Dragnet was an American radio, television and motion picture series, enacting the cases of a dedicated Los Angeles police detective, Sergeant Joe Friday, and his partners. The show takes its name from the police term “dragnet”, meaning a system of
The Andrews Sisters (Patty, Maxene & LaVerne) appear on Joey’s show and sing their hit song (I’ll Be With You) In Apple Blossom Time, however, the girls try to convince Joey not to sing with them because he can’t sing.
Starring Robert Goulet, Julie London, Bob Newhart and Garry Moore. Show April 18, 1961 S03 E28
The way The Dean Martin Show was meant to be aired. Guests include Jackie Mason, Leslie Uggams, Eddie Foy Jr, Allen & Rossi, & Pat Boone in closet. Songs include “A Marshmallow World,” “I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face,” “Standing
Famous Artists International Presents legends Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin In Concert from 1962. In this show you’ll see the legendary singers perform 18 pop standards including “When You’re Smiling”, You Do Something to Me”, The Trolley Song”
An episode of the long running ABC madcap comedy show.This is a relatively rare color episode from the 1965-66 season,the only season in which the show was filmed in color.In this one,Ricky and Kris decide to get themselves a horse.Includes
Home James! was a British television sitcom which aired from 1987 to 1990, starring comedian Jim Davidson, who played the role of Jim London. The show was a sequel to the sitcom, Up the Elephant and Round the Castle.
Gideon’s Way is a British television crime series made by ITC Entertainment and broadcast for ITV in 1965/66, based on the novels by John Creasey (as J. J. Marric). The series was made at Elstree Studios in twin production with
The amorous adventures of charmingly cheeky painter Jacko (Karl Howman). Written by Esmonde and Larbey, creators of popular British sitcoms such as The Good Life, Please Sir! and Ever Decreasing Circles, Brush Strokes ran from 1986 to 1991, totalling 40