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  • The podcast that brings you TV memories of the 70s and 80s! Including short lived shows, pilots and TV movies you might have forgotten about!
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  • Jul 11 2022

    The complete history of the origins and production of NBC's 1982 series The Powers of Matthew Star is presented. Produced by Paramount Television; starring Peter Barton, Lou Gossett, Jr., and Amy Steel. 

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    Intro and episode rundown. 0-1:19:35 Behind the scenes pt 1: Origins, casting, first pilot, troubles at NBC, show production, music. 1:19:35-2:15:55 Behind the scenes pt 2: Directors, writers, filming locations, show retooling, after Matthew Star. 2:15:55-3:05:05 Next time/credits. 3:05:05-end

    The Powers of Matthew Star on DVD

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    Original audio clips included are for the purposes of historical context, review, commentary, and criticism only and are not intended to infringe. Beyond the Veil by Dreamstate Logic is used with permission and under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported license. 

    All remaining underscore music is used under license from Epidemic Sound. If you need music for your podcast or YouTube channel, please visit Epidemic Sound

    Forgotten TV is not affiliated with or authorized by any production company or TV network involved in the making of any TV show or film mentioned. The Powers of Matthew Star is the copyright and property of Paramount Television, Daniel Wilson Productions, Harve Bennett Productions, Bruce Lansbury Productions, Ltd, and possibly additional rights holders. Other series mentioned are the property of their respective copyright holders and no infringement is intended.

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    3 hrs and 12 mins
  • Apr 2 2022

    The MTM/CBS 1987 sitcom The Popcorn Kid is fully considered. Also, looks at the historic Brunson Theater in Baytown, Texas and Plaza Theater in Kansas City, Missouri are included.

    Watch full episodes of The Popcorn Kid on the Internet Archive.

    When the Lights Went Down documentary

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    Original audio clips included are for the purposes of historical context, review, commentary, and criticism only and are not intended to infringe. All remaining underscore music is used under license from Epidemic Sound. If you need music for your podcast or YouTube channel, please visit Epidemic Sound

    Forgotten TV is not affiliated with or authorized by any production company or TV network involved in the making of any TV show or film mentioned. The Popcorn Kid is the copyright and property of MTM Productions, 20th Television, The Walt Disney Company, and possibly additional rights holders. Other series mentioned are the property of their respective copyright holders and no infringement is intended.

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    1 hr and 47 mins
  • Mar 2 2022

    A complete look at the CBS 1980-81 TV series Flo starring Polly Holliday.

    Timecodes Alice film to Alice series and Flo episode rundown 0-1:02:25 Behind the Scenes Technical, taping, origins, casting   1:02:25-1:59:30 Flo's Yellow Rose bar, History of 'Cowtown,' and the 70s CB craze 1:59:30-2:16:40 Writing Flo, production issues, cancellation, after Flo 2:16:40-2:48:00

    Flo on DVD from Amazon. 

    Alice on DVD from Amazon.

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    Breaktime by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

    I’ve Fallen Down by Loving Caliber is used under license from Epidemic Sound. If you need music for your podcast or YouTube channel, please visit Epidemic Sound

    Forgotten TV is not affiliated with or authorized by any production company or TV network involved in the making of any TV show or film mentioned. Flo is the copyright and property of Warner Bros Home Entertainment and possibly additional rights holders.

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    2 hrs and 55 mins

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