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The Ewing family is the fictional family of the American prime time soap opera Dallas and its 2012 revival, as well as the foundation of the spin-off series Knots Landing. In the original series of Dallas, the Ewings own and run Southfork Ranch and the oil giant Ewing Oil; in the revival series, Ewing Oil is replaced by Ewing Global, formerly Ewing Energies. Knots Landing features the large corporation of Gary Ewing Enterprises.
Sitting - patriarch Jock; granddaughter Lucy (father is middle son Gary Ewing, not shown in this picture); Miss Ellie (Jock's wife); youngest son Bobby (sitting on arm of sofa)
Standing - eldest son JR; Sue Ellen (JR's wife); Pamela (Bobby's wife)
Sitting - Miss Ellie
Standing - JR; Sue Ellen; Jock; Bobby, Lucy, Pamela, ranch foreman Ray Krebbs (Illegitimate son of Jock and Margaret Krebbs)
Picture are from the original Dallas show.
Foyle's War 2002-2015
As World War II rages on, criminals try to take advantage of the resulting chaos. In Hastings, they aren't having much luck, thanks to Detective Chief Superintendent Christopher Foyle. As Foyle's son Andrew, a fighter pilot in the RAF, fights the enemy at war, Foyle battles the black market, profiteering and murder on the home front. He is dogged in his pursuit of justice, honest to a fault and frequently underestimated by his opponents. Following the war, Foyle takes on a new role as a senior intelligence officer, and he focuses his attention on the world of espionage in support of Britain's security and defence.
"Gorilla" Commercial-American Tourister (What better way to prove the durability of a suitcase than to have a gorilla jump all over it? This admirably simple, Clio-winning spot did just that—sort of. The ape was actor Don McLeod in a $20,000 monkey suit (with moving eyebrows). So convincing was his performance, he was soon making appearances as a spokesgorilla. “I’ve met women who thought it would be kinky to have a gorilla up to their hotel room,” McLeod has said. Only if she’s waiting in a suitcase, Don)
Hennesey - is an American military comedy-drama television series that aired on CBS from 1959 to 1962, starring Jackie Cooper and Abby Dalton. Cooper played a United States Navy physician, Lt. Charles W. "Chick" Hennesey, with Abby Dalton as Navy nurse Lt. Martha Hale. In the story line, they are assigned to the hospital at the U.S. Naval Station in San Diego, California.
Inside Edition ((alternately titled as Inside Edition with Deborah Norville in program introductions for its weekday broadcasts since 1998) is an American news broadcasting newsmagazine program that is distributed in first-run syndication by CBS Media Ventures. Having premiered on January 9, 1989, it is the longest-running syndicated-newsmagazine program that is not strictly focused on recent news. The program features a mix of infotainment stories, entertainment news and gossip, scandals, true-crime stories and lifestyle features. Since 1995, the program's weekday broadcasts have been anchored by Deborah Norville. Mary Calvi anchors the program's weekend editions and also serves as a substitute for Norville on the weekday broadcasts)
When it premiered in 1989, Inside Edition featured highbrow news, investigative reporting, and the hosting prowess of legendary British newsman David Frost...........................
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Jeopardy! The original daytime version debuted on NBC on March 30, 1964, and aired until January 3, 1975. A nighttime syndicated edition aired weekly from September 1974 to September 1975, and a revival, The All-New Jeopardy!, ran on NBC from October 1978 to March 1979 on weekdays. The syndicated show familiar with modern viewers and produced daily (currently by Sony Pictures Television) premiered on September 10, 1984. Art Fleming served as host for all versions of the show between 1964 and 1979. The daily syndicated version premiered in 1984 with Alex Trebek as host. Trebek hosted until his death, with his last episode airing January 8, 2021, after which guest hosts completed the season beginning with consulting producer and former contestant Ken Jennings. Executive producer Mike Richards was announced as the host of the syndicated version, but he stepped down amid several controversies. Mayim Bialik will host primetime specials on ABC, future spin-offs, and most episodes of the syndicated series through the end of July 2022, with Jennings also hosting a stretch of episodes in that span.
Kitty Cat Mat Commercial
and then there's the reality........................
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Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (often abbreviated to Law & Order: SVU) is an American crime drama television series created by Dick Wolf's own production company Wolf Entertainment for NBC. The first spinoff of Law & Order, it starred Christopher Meloni as Det. Elliot Stabler until Meloni left the series in 2011 after 12 seasons, and Mariska Hargitay as Detective, ultimately promoted to Captain, Olivia Benson, now the commanding officer of the Special Victims Unit after originally having been Stabler's partner in a fictionalized version of the New York City Police Department. The show premiered on September 20, 1999. After the premiere of its 21st season in September 2019, the series became the longest-running primetime U.S. live-action series in the history of television. It is now in its 23 season.
Season 23 promotional poster
Max Headroom Pepsi Interview Commercial for Coke (One of the first computer-generated pitchmen, wisecracking Max Headroom (actor Matt Frewer with latex mask) was already a cable talk-show host when Coca-Cola made him their symbol for new Coke. Headroom’s sarcasm and the headlight-bright visuals “broke records for consumer awareness,” said Coke senior VP John Reid. But while people loved Max (he got his own ABC TV show), they hated new Coke. Max’s tag line, “Catch the Wave,” quickly sank)
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Name That Tune is an American television music game show. The series features contestants competing to correctly identify songs being played by an on-stage orchestra or band. It premiered on the NBC Radio Network in 1952, where it aired until 1954, and made the move to television in 1953 on the same network. CBS picked up the television series in the summer of 1953 and carried it through 1959. A short-lived revival for syndication followed in 1970 with Richard Hayes as host, but a second revival in 1974 was much more successful. Airing weekly, the 1974 syndicated offering used a new show format and, beginning in 1976, offered a top prize of $100,000 to a lucky champion (after which the show became known as The $100,000 Name That Tune). Tom Kennedy hosted this series, which ran until 1981.