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« Last Edit: September 27, 2007, 08:03:25 AM by Slippery_jim_digris »
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Re: Some older show intros
« Reply #94 on: September 27, 2007, 08:08:45 AM »
I used to love the The Magician , Bill Bixby as Not the Hulk!

I missed Mr. and Mrs. Smith the TV show. Didn't even know it existed. From what I've seen from clips, it looks better than the movie was.
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Re: Some older show intros
« Reply #96 on: September 27, 2007, 09:48:49 PM »
Have Gun Will Travel - Was it a bad sign that I recognized Paladin when he made a cameo in a Star Trek novel?

And as a semi joke - can anyone name what television show had this as its theme song?

The sky is green and glowing
Where my heart is
Where my heart is
Where....the scented lunar flower is blooming
Somewhere, beyond the stars
Beyond Antares

I'll be back though it takes forever
Forever is just a day.
Forever is just another journey
Tomorrow a stop along the way

And let the years go fading
Where my heart is
Where my heart is
Where...my love eternally is waiting
Somewhere, beyond the stars
Beyond Antares

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Re: Some older show intros
« Reply #97 on: September 28, 2007, 08:32:03 AM »
Have Gun Will Travel - Was it a bad sign that I recognized Paladin when he made a cameo in a Star Trek novel?

And as a semi joke - can anyone name what television show had this as its theme song?

The sky is green and glowing
Where my heart is
Where my heart is
Where....the scented lunar flower is blooming
Somewhere, beyond the stars
Beyond Antares

I'll be back though it takes forever
Forever is just a day.
Forever is just another journey
Tomorrow a stop along the way

And let the years go fading
Where my heart is
Where my heart is
Where...my love eternally is waiting
Somewhere, beyond the stars
Beyond Antares

The Auld Grump (Yes, I know that the answer is fairly obvious given the above....) :P


I'm not sure about the theme song thing but this was sung by Uhura during an episode of Star Trek

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Re: Some older show intros
« Reply #98 on: September 28, 2007, 08:32:38 AM »
There are couple of versions of this one...

Electric Company Season One. Yeah, that's Bill Cosby in the background.

I was more familiar with this one
Electric Company. Yeah, that's Spider-Man in the background.

You Can't Do That on Television. The Best in children's programing from Canada. Alanis Morissette was on there for a season or two.

Early Sarah Jessica Parker and Jami Gertz...
Square Pegs

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Re: Some older show intros
« Reply #100 on: September 28, 2007, 01:44:11 PM »
Have Gun Will Travel - Was it a bad sign that I recognized Paladin when he made a cameo in a Star Trek novel?

And as a semi joke - can anyone name what television show had this as its theme song?

The sky is green and glowing
Where my heart is
Where my heart is
Where....the scented lunar flower is blooming
Somewhere, beyond the stars
Beyond Antares

I'll be back though it takes forever
Forever is just a day.
Forever is just another journey
Tomorrow a stop along the way

And let the years go fading
Where my heart is
Where my heart is
Where...my love eternally is waiting
Somewhere, beyond the stars
Beyond Antares

The Auld Grump (Yes, I know that the answer is fairly obvious given the above....) :P


I'm not sure about the theme song thing but this was sung by Uhura during an episode of Star Trek

JBD
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At least it was better than the theme song for Bonanza... sung exactly once on the show, and never heard again. For good reason. :P

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Re: Some older show intros
« Reply #103 on: October 08, 2007, 12:17:10 PM »
I stopped reading Questionable content a while ago, might have to catch up on it.

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Re: Some older show intros
« Reply #104 on: October 08, 2007, 05:38:16 PM »
Ss


The Sentinel

Simon and Simon 

Sliders

Space 1999

Space Precinct

Starhunter

Streets Of San Francisco

Ah, Space Precinct - it used to play at 2:00 in the Ack Emma, despite having no content that would have been objectionable on Saturday morning T.V. - one of Gerry Anderson's better shows. Now there is a fellow who has been in television for a long, long time. :)

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