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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Eric, Feb 17, 2013.
The Equalizer, with Edward Woodward. HH
yeah thats it !! great show
Remember Hardcastle and McCormick? It was the one with the Family Affair dad and that Coyote kit car. It actually wasn't that bad. There was a slew of lukewarm cop/detective shows built around distinctive cars back then.
What was the private eye drama based in Houston, where the guy drove that cream colored Cord 810 convertible replica? It was in the early eighties. Eric
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Actually, that probably was it. I guess the name confused my memory about where the show was based. One of his cars was a Cord 810. It was supposed to be an original, but it was a replica. The Cord 810 may well be the most beautiful car America ever built. It certainly was the best example of art-deco-inspired automotive design.
Get a Life
The first season of Survivor.
BJ and the Bear
Actually, it did originally say Gary Cole. I edited his post. I couldn't resist myself. Sorry HH. Eric
Jack and Jill. Amanda Peet was the only reason I watched.
Not really obscure, but I liked Hercules the Legendary Journeys.
I remember that one. 9 years old and staying up late to watch that without getting gaught.
Riptide, and Real American Hero, too.
I just found out Netflix has a bunch of the TV shows I watched when I was a kid, so I'm going all nostalgia and watching them. Thomas the Tank Engine, back when it had Ringo Starr and George Carlin, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Big Bad Beetleborgs, V.R. Troopers, Bobby's World, etc.