CTVA US Comedy - "Mork and Mindy" (Paramount/ABC)(1978-82) Robin Williams, Pam Dawber

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Mork and Mindy (1978-82)
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Mork and Mindy (season 1) (ABC) (1978-1979)
Mork and Mindy (season 2) (ABC) (1979-1980)
Mork and Mindy (season 3) (ABC) (1980-1981)
Mork and Mindy (season 4) (ABC) (1981-1982)
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MORK AND MINDY
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A production of Henderson Production Company, Inc., and a Miller-Milkis-Boyett production
in association with Paramount Television, a Gulf + Western company

for
ABC
Executive Producer Garry Marshall & Anthony W. Marshall
Created by Garry Marshall, Joe Glauberg, Dale McRaven
Produced by Dale McRaven and Bruce Johnson (pilot + prod. nos. 1-49) (seasons 1-2)
Produced by Ed Scharlach & Tom Tenowich (prod. nos. 50-73) (excluding 56,57) (season 3)
Produced by Brian Levant (prod. nos. 56,57, 74-93) (season 4)
 
US Situation Comedy series 1978-82 95 episodes x 30 min color

Starring:
Robin Williams as Mork (94 episodes, 1978-1982)
Pam Dawber as Mindy McConnell (94 episodes, 1978-1982)
Recurring Characters:
Conrad Janis as Frederick McConnell (Mindy's father) (69 episodes, 1978-1982)
Ralph James as Orson (voice only) (49 episodes, 1978-1982)
Elizabeth Kerr as Cora Hudson (Mindy's grandmother) (1978-79)(1981-82)
Jeffrey Jacquet as Eugene (1978-1979)
Tom Poston as Franklin Delano Bickley (1978-1982)
Jay Thomas as Remo DaVinci (1979-1981)
Gina Hecht as Jean DaVinci (1979-1981)
Jim Staahl as Nelson Flavor (1979-1981)
Robert Donner as Exidor (1978-1982)
Crissy Wilzak as Glenda Faye "Crissy" Comstock (1980-1981)
Foster Brooks as Mr. Miles Sternhagen (1981)
Jonathan Winters as Mearth (Mork & Mindy's son) (1981-1982) (season 4)

Premise:
While driving home, Mindy McConnell meets Mork, an alien from the planet Ork, who has been sent to Earth
to study its life form. When Mindy learns of Mork's mission, she agrees to help him, and begins by allowing
him to live with her at her apartment at 1619 Pine Street in Boulder, Colorado. Stories relate Mork's attempts
to learn about - and adjust to - life on Earth. The show was perhaps most famous for Mork's greeting, 'Nano Nano.'
A spin-off from "Happy Days" (1974-84)

Mork featured in 'Happy Days' episodes ....

5.22 [--] Happy Days: #110- My Favorite Orkan
28Feb78 ABC Tue
Mork from Ork chooses Richie to go to his planet to be the subject of an
experiment.

6.24 [--] Happy Days: #139- Mork Returns
6Mar79 ABC Tue
Mork returns to Milwaukee to learn about relationships in the 1960s.

Other Credits:
Directed by:
Don Barnhart, Frank Buxton, Jeff Chambers, Bob Claver, Garry Marshall, Harvey Medlinsky  
Howard Storm, Robin Williams, Joel Zwick  

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