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An experienced guide, Vic, accompanies a city boy, Alan, and his three friends on their first wilderness experience. Hoping to teach the four boys lessons not only about the wilderness, but about themselves. Soon after alienating the boys, Vic finds himself in desperate need of help and must rely on his students in order to survive.
An extra-terrestrial is accidentally left behind on Earth and is befriended by a young boy and his brother and sister. As Elliot attempts to help his extra-terrestrial companion contact his home planet so that he might be rescued, the children must elude scientists and government agents determined to apprehend the alien for their own purposes...which results in an adventure greater than any of them could have imagined.
In the popular tradition of TV "reunion" movies, this film had the lovable Munster family again taking up residence at 1313 Mockingbird Lane fifteen years after their original show had been relegated to that big syndication series in the sky. Fred Gwynne, Yvonne De Carlo and Al Lewis reprising their
Three children born at the height of a total eclipse become heartless killers.
Undercover Justice Department agent Richard Crenna fingers syndicate czar Mel Ferrer and is forced into the government's witness protection program to escape mob vengeance when Ferrer's successor, Don Murray, puts out a contract on his life. Eli Wallach is a vintner who takes in Murray and his famil
Pete Hamill's novel about a young Brooklyn man (Gary Frank) home on Christmas leave from the Navy in the early '50s for a nostalgic visit to his boyhood world. Glenn Ford is his hard-drinking, one-legged Irish father; Julie Harris is his supportive dreamer of a mother. Ford and Harris previously co-
Young widow, supporting herself and her pre-teen son by performing as a nightclub dancer, finds the place turned into a strip joint and learns that her father-in-law is trying to prove her an unfit mother.
A prospective pilot about a daredevil flyer, barnstorming for county fairs, who becomes a human dynamo after being struck by lightning and is menaced by enemy agents determined to find out the secret of his incredible strength. This was called "Power Man" not only in production but in all publicity
The true-life drama about a handicapped Baltimore woman living on welfare who organized a sandlot baseball team and ended up coaching more than 50,000 boys and girls over nearly 40 years.
Newlyweds discover their dream home is haunted.
The third pilot movie for the subsequent "Having Babies" series which quickly was retitled "Julie Farr, M.D.," and soon afterward disappeared, all during the last few weeks of the 1977-78 season. Patty Duke Astin won another of her various Emmy Award nominations for her performance.
A love story about a hulking wrestler, whose life in the ring has little meaning, and an attractive woman who sees through his muscleman veneer to discover a sensitive human being.
A struggling high school football coach, his wife and three growing children take in four more who were being raised by his sister and her husband before dying in a plane crash. This was the pilot for the short-lived 1977-78 series with Pressman and Donahue.
An "ABC Afterschool Specials" presentation which tells the true story of Brad Silverman, who suffers from Down's Syndrome and became one of the first Down's Syndrome students to attend regular college classes in Califoria.
The story, set in Ventura, California, follows events in the lives of a group of close-knit John F. Kennedy High School students as they confront life. The pilot episode depicts the plight of Neil Troutman, an 18-year-old senior who feels that he may be marrying his girlfriend, Joy, for all the wro
Mischievous schoolboys Drag and Streeter target their new, well-dressed teacher, Mr. Lester Little, for outrageous practical jokes. But the teacher gives a hilarious lesson in the limits of mischief to the pair of pranksters.
Max Welsh, a thirteen-year-old, enjoys every minute of his active life. He is hard hit, however, by family pressures when his dad is laid off during a plant shutdown.
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This florid amalgam of a pair of novels by Lonnie Coleman about the Old South had ambitions to be the TV equivalent of "Gone With the Wind" in its telling of a young southern belle who becomes mistress of a magnificent plantation. Trouble-plagued throughout its production (the original director, Vir
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