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The trailer for the Ruth Buzzi episode has been put back on YouTube.
Purely by chance, I found the Liberace trailer.
You're missing the point; unnamed reliable sources are usually unreliable sources. ISTR a few years back there as a blog post that used the...
"Reliable source". *Shakes head*
If you believe that, you'll believe anything.
'fraid not; that scene was part of the new material that was taped for that episode in late Summer/early Spring 1976. The first proper chop is...
Don't think so; the relationship between each character is complex and at times contradictory. Although they metaphorically push and pull at each...
One other thing to add is that that production order doesn't reflect the taping order. For example, while Cheryl ladd's episode is no. 24 of the...
The problem is that the two Pilots featuring Juliet Prowse and Connie Stevens were taped in late January 1976 and then reworked over late...
Yiu may as well then say there was "no point" in making specials like "Hey Cinderella" or "The Frog Prince" since it was "yet another retelling of a...
For "some" CBS stations carried it, read "all". Colour adverts from Daily Variety confirm that it was screened in the US by all the CBS-owned...
No he didn't; he's referring to the fact that the brown bear is considered to be a symbol of Russia in the western world.
The pillow is part of the costume and has no direct relation to the song. The implication is that Miss Piggy's character is pregnant, and that is...
The trailer for the John Denver episode of TMS has been posted on YouTube.
Dr Bob's line is "Hey, the timing of the shrew."
It's a play-on-words on the Shakespeare play "The Taming of the Shrew".
The poster is right; ITV's Midlands franchise (ATV) which produced the show aired the first and last series on Sunday nights.
IIRC, it's because he's afraid of dreaming about snakes.
Actually, Chromakey has been around since the late 1960's. The process was certainly used during the Muppet Show years. A very good example is...
It all depends on which section/s you mean; with regards to the arches, they were all taped separately and then matted together.
No, he's referring to salmonella poisining.
John Lovelady did the voice of Nigel in two episodes - Twiggy and Kaye Ballard. Henson did the voice in the Sex & Violence Pilot and the Connie...
Blues/green screen is an electronic effect, and in the 1970's it was only ever used in TV studios.
Separate names with a comma.