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  • Re: Happy SEARCH-iversary!

    Hello Dino I think the way PROBE Control was designed was that it could be moved to another room quickly if it needed to be or certainly another one put up at

    gfwillmetts2 4 days ago
  • Re: Happy SEARCH-iversary!

    Agreed on the model (unless someone has a huge workshop like my brother-in-law does that can fit two half-tracks inside it on one side, and two Brockway

    galacticprobe 4 days ago
  • Re: Happy SEARCH-iversary!

    It would probably be easier to make a model than something full-size. Geoff *************** Geoff Willmetts editor, SFCrowsnest.org.uk and other suffixes

    gfwillmetts2 5 days ago
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This list is dedicated to discussion of the 1972 NBC television series Search, starring Hugh O'Brian, Tony Franciosa, Doug McClure and Burgess Meredith.

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NEWS UPDATE February 4, 2014

Search, the complete series is now available on DVD from Warner Brothers.

http://www.wbshop.com/product/search-+the+complete+series+1000479775.do?sortby=ourPicks&refType=&from=Search

NEWS UPDATE April 26, 2011

The two-hour pilot "Probe" is now available on DVD:

http://www.wbshop.com/Probe-1972TV/1000205360,default,pd.html?cgid=

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