Tim O’Hara, a newspaper reporter, takes in a telepathic, extraterrestrial and passes him off as his uncle Martin. The series was produced by Jack Chertok Television in association with CBS.
This is a fairy tale, mixed with Kung Fu, romance, serious subjects and a little slapstick comedy that usually looks like a training session at the Bejing Circus school. It’s not oversexed, overly violent, or gory. It’s fun.
The Astral Factor, also released as The Invisible Strangler is a 1976 film horror film starring Stephanie Powers and Robert Foxworth. Studying the paranormal allows a convicted strangler to make himself invisible to kill five women who testified against him at his trial.
Elvis (James Cawley) is back in command of the Enterprise with the next installment in the Star Trek Phase 2 series. He always looks like he’s eating a pickle. This is a fan production organized by Cawley who is a professional Elvis impersonator.
Whuch you doing fool? The A Team is an American action adventure television series about a fictional group of ex-United States Army Special Forces who work as soldiers of fortune while being on the run from the military for a “crime they didn’t commit”. The A-Team was created by writers and producers Frank Lupo and Stephen J. Cannell. The series was developed as a cross between Seven Samurai (and its western remake The Magnificent Seven) and The Dirty Dozen, with “Mr. T driving the car”, at the behest of Brandon Tartikoff, NBC’s Entertainment president. It also had vague elements of Mad Max.
This series is done until July, when we’ll get some new episodes. That gives you a while to catch up to the cliffhanger. Is Arty crazy or is Brent Spiner an Android. You decide.
Perry Mason is a defense attorney played by Raymond Burr, and derivative of the works of detective fiction authored by Erle Stanley Gardner. Perry Mason was featured in more than 80 novels and short stories, most of which had a plot involving his client’s murder trial. Typically, Mason was able to establish his client’s innocence by implicating another character, who then confessed.