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Old 08-09-2008, 02:34 PM   #1
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Default PALEY CENTER, L.A.

On a recent visit to the PALEY CENTER (formerly the Museum of
Radio and TV) in Los Angeles, I found out that they have episodes of
all of the following (some multiple episodes) of these rare sitcoms...

ONE IN A MILLION - Shirley Hemphill
FLATBUSH
A YEAR AT THE TOP - Paul Shafer
HOT L BALTIMORE
THE DON RICKLES SHOW (CBS)
NEEDLES AND PINS - Norman Fell
SIROTA'S COURT - Michael Constantine
MR. T. AND TINA - Pat Morita
KALLIKAKS
LOVE ME LOVE ME NOT
HEADMASTER - Andy Griffith and Jerry Van Dyke
THE MARRIAGE - Cronyn and Tandy live
CORNER BAR
A DATE WITH JUDY
BOSS LADY
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Old 08-09-2008, 04:08 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by Bob's TV Treasures
On a recent visit to the PALEY CENTER (formerly the Museum of
Radio and TV) in Los Angeles, I found out that they have episodes of
all of the following (some multiple episodes) of these rare sitcoms...

ONE IN A MILLION - Shirley Hemphill
FLATBUSH
A YEAR AT THE TOP - Paul Shafer
HOT L BALTIMORE
THE DON RICKLES SHOW (CBS)
NEEDLES AND PINS - Norman Fell
SIROTA'S COURT - Michael Constantine
MR. T. AND TINA - Pat Morita
KALLIKAKS
LOVE ME LOVE ME NOT
HEADMASTER - Andy Griffith and Jerry Van Dyke
THE MARRIAGE - Cronyn and Tandy live
CORNER BAR
A DATE WITH JUDY
BOSS LADY

The one in New York City is equally awesome & I've seen some eps of The Patty Duke Show, Room 222 & Bachelor Father there. A must visit for any SO members in LA or NYC!
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Old 08-09-2008, 04:16 PM   #3
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Default NEW YORK OFFICE

For some reason, L.A. and NYC don't have the same library, and they're
very slow to remedy that. The NYC office has rare sitcoms like
DICK AND THE DUCHESS, BONINO, TOO YOUNG TO GO STEADY,
ETHEL AND ALBERT, LOVE THY NEIGHBOR.
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For some reason, L.A. and NYC don't have the same library, and they're
very slow to remedy that. The NYC office has rare sitcoms like
DICK AND THE DUCHESS, BONINO, TOO YOUNG TO GO STEADY,
ETHEL AND ALBERT, LOVE THY NEIGHBOR.

Wow, didn't know that. I've just been to the one in NYC. Thought they'd be the same or pretty much so. But the NYC Ctr. is still nice - but it does seem odd NYC & LA wouldn't have the similar libs. (Or is it just odd to me?????)
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Originally Posted by Bob's TV Treasures
On a recent visit to the PALEY CENTER (formerly the Museum of
Radio and TV) in Los Angeles, I found out that they have episodes of
all of the following (some multiple episodes) of these rare sitcoms...

ONE IN A MILLION - Shirley Hemphill
Did you watch One in a Million? I want to see Shirley's series so bad. I wish someone would share it.
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Old 10-29-2008, 09:48 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by Bob's TV Treasures
On a recent visit to the PALEY CENTER (formerly the Museum of
Radio and TV) in Los Angeles, I found out that they have episodes of
all of the following (some multiple episodes) of these rare sitcoms...

ONE IN A MILLION - Shirley Hemphill
FLATBUSH
A YEAR AT THE TOP - Paul Shafer
HOT L BALTIMORE
THE DON RICKLES SHOW (CBS)
NEEDLES AND PINS - Norman Fell
SIROTA'S COURT - Michael Constantine
MR. T. AND TINA - Pat Morita
KALLIKAKS
LOVE ME LOVE ME NOT
HEADMASTER - Andy Griffith and Jerry Van Dyke
THE MARRIAGE - Cronyn and Tandy live
CORNER BAR
A DATE WITH JUDY
BOSS LADY


I watched Headmaster and one of the Don Rickles last week. The one Headmaster they have is terrible. I only have the pilot for Don Rickles and hadn't seen any episodes but the one I watched was okay. He's funny in everything. Flatbush I don't care about as I have them from off CBS. The Marriage I watched at UCLA a couple of years ago and it's terrible. I watched The Corner Bar a couple of years ago, as well as the episode UCLA has. Pretty hard to watch. I'll be watching some other stuff in coming weeks as I can view for free with my NBC I.D. Other shows I watched recently were the first episode of That Was The Week That Was, the first episode of All That Glitters and the only existing Les Crane Show (although it was changed to Nightlife by then.)
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The RICKLES sitcom on CBS was relegated to
Friday nights at 10:30, and thus failed. I'm sure
Erin Moran appreciates this show's failure, as
her next stop was a 10-year-run on HAPPY DAYS.
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The RICKLES sitcom on CBS was relegated to
Friday nights at 10:30, and thus failed. I'm sure
Erin Moran appreciates this show's failure, as
her next stop was a 10-year-run on HAPPY DAYS.


It's an average show but if you happen to like Rickles and think he is funny, which I do, then it's a funny show. If you don't like him, then you won't like the show.
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