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  • Geoff Willmetts
    Hello Richard Considering how everyone has their favourites with rotating leads with ‘Search’, I tend to think is still a good option and would still be
    Message 1 of 39 , May 4, 2011
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      Hello Richard

      Considering how everyone has their favourites with rotating leads with �Search�, I tend to think is still a good option and would still be unique. I mean, outside of it and �The Name Of The Game�, no other show has tried it since. If there�s only one PROBE involved all the time, he�d end up being very rich or just lucky solving all the cases. Multiple PROBEs always gave me the thought of how big an organisation it was. I�m not saying that there should be stacks of PROBEs around, just not relying on one all the time.

      As to ensemble, it depends how much of Control we see

      I�m puzzled. If �Acapulco HEAT� was made for the foreign market that we Brits never had it in the UK. I picked it up on DVD a couple years ago, curious as to what had such a good theme song and quite enjoyed it.

      Hello Dino

      If �Search� was revived, I think it might work better as a series 90 minute TV movies. It would give it more room to breath.

      Hello David

      Are you sure the Green Hornet marathon wasn�t influenced by a certain film being release??

      Just to cause confusion to everyone, in the �Bionic Ever After? TV movie, after some repairs, the original Jaime Sommers had night vision much to her surprise although probably the same tech as given to Sandra Bullock�s character in the previous TV movie.

      Re: PROBE on DVD. Once you people have your copies and happy it�s a good copy, check out the places like Amazon who are selling it and add review comments if you�e on their list. It�ll encourage more people to buy.

      Geoff

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    • John
      I couldn t get into it at the time, but years ago we discussed those shows with limited episodes that had syndication life. I always felt Search might have
      Message 39 of 39 , May 20, 2011
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        I couldn't get into it at the time, but years ago we discussed those shows
        with limited episodes that had syndication life.

        I always felt Search might have been one of those if it had only be
        available for domestic syndication at the time.

        Even after 1980. The original Galactica was such a show that had
        syndication life despite only having one season.

        We covered it in the FAQ we wrote for the web site years ago:
        http://probecontrol.artshost.com/faq.html#anchor4099412


        On Fri, May 20, 2011 at 3:16 PM, David Marks <worldsecanalyst@...>wrote:

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        >
        > I am late about my postings. I don't know if someone
        > might have replied to this. I have seen pre-1980
        > single season if not shorter TV series up for reruns.
        > "The Time Tunnel" is a good example. I was able
        > to watch reruns from 1969 through 1977 before
        > Sci-Fi went online. Another example is
        > "My Mother the Car" of all things. This was
        > before 1980 at that.
        >
        > End Run,
        >
        > David in MA
        >


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