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Armstrong Circle Theatre

An anthology series from TV's 'Golden Age' offering original teleplays on topical issues such as the Cold War and racism, and featuring performances from such stars as Lee Remick and Gena Rowlands.
1950 Drama, Other


A Justice Department team uses high-tech evidence analyses to establish psychological profiles of 'unknown subjects' who have committed grisly crimes.
1989 Drama


A high-living gambler's debts oblige him to turn sting artist. Originally telecast in rotation with 'McCloud,' 'McMillan and Wife' and 'Columbo.'
1975 Drama, Other


Five student nurses with active libidos learn and (mostly) love in L.A. Each seems to have a troubled past, and they all seem to spend an inordinate amount of time getting in and out of their uniforms. Critics assailed the Aaron Spelling series, and some professional nursing groups weren't crazy about it either.
1989 Drama

Blacke's Magic

The TV detective series Blacke's Magic starred Hal Linden as dapper professional magician Alexander Blacke, and Harry Morgan as Alexander's con-man father Leonard. Together, Blacke and Blacke solved mysteries with the help of Alexander's prestidigatory skills and Leonard's flim-flammery. In the series' two hour pilot, the Blackes attend a magician's convention, where an old friend of Alexander's is murdered. All the magic tricks performed on the episode were real, requiring Hal Linden to acquire a few conjuring skills post-haste. The Blacke's Magic pilot aired on Sunday, January 5, 1986; the series itself premiered the following Wednesday.
1986 Drama

Loose Change

1 Season
A six-hour miniseries about three women who mature during the turbulent '60s after meeting and becoming friends while students at Berkeley. Based on Sara Davidson's bestseller.
1978 Drama, Other

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