Roddy McDowall

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VIDEO: Quantum Leap: A Leap for Lisa: June 5, 1957

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Quantum Leap: A Leap for Lisa: June 5, 1957
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Aired: 5/20/1992

Sam leaps into one Al "Bingo" Calavicci to prevent the death of his married lover. Sam accidentally alters history and discovers her untimely demise after it's too late. This could mean the gas chamber for Al, and a whole new situation at the Project. watch

VIDEO: The Fine Art of Crime

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Length: 47:32
Aired: 10/13/1978

Wonder Woman foils a ring of art thieves who use realistic-looking statues who are actually people in suspended animation to rob museums. watch

VIDEO: The Fine Art of Crime [HD]

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Length: 48:00
Aired: 10/13/1978

Wonder Woman foils a ring of art thieves who use realistic-looking statues who are actually people in suspended animation to rob museums. watch

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Credits

Year Title Description
2011 Hollywood's Children TV Show Series, Narrator
2011 The Story of Lassie TV Show Series, Remarks by
2006 Cricket on the Hearth TV Show Series, Voice
1998 A Bug's Life Movie, Actor - Mr. Soil
1997 Rudyard Kipling's The Second Jungle Book Movie, Actor - King Murphy

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Oh, great Televisionary, I ...

Question: Oh, great Televisionary, I vaguely recall a game show where the contestants got a chance to play on a giant pinball machine. Who was the host and how was the game played? Thank you.


Answer: Well, I... uh...

Sorry, Jeffrey — I was stunned into pfumpfery by your shameless worship (not that there's anything wrong with that). The show you're thinking of was called The Magnificent Marble Machine and it aired on NBC's daytime schedule from July 1975 to June 1976. Hosted by Art James, it featured celebrities who teamed up with average-joe contestants to play a 50-foot-high pinball machine. Without getting into too much detail, players were supposed to light up bumpers and earn points using a regular ball and a special bonus ball in an attempt to win cars and other big prizes. Before they could do that, though, they had to defeat another contestant in an initial round, which called for them to identify mys read more

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