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20th Century-Fox Television
Irwin Allen Productions in association with Twentieth Century-Fox

TCF Crime/Adventure/Drama series

20th Century-Fox Hour (TCF/CBS)(1955-57) Dramatic Anthology Series

Hong Kong (TCF/ABC)(1960-61) starring Rod Taylor & Lloyd Bochner

 Follow The Sun (TCF/ABC)(1961-62) starring Barry Coe, Brett Halsey, Gary Lockwood

Bus Stop (TCF/ABC)(1961-62) Marilyn Maxwell, Rhodes Reason, Joan Freeman, Richard Anderson

12 O'Clock High (Quinn Martin/TCF/ABC)(1964-67) WWII Air Force Drama series

Peyton Place (TCF/ABC)(1964-69)
starring Ed Neslon, Dorothy Malone, Mia Farrow, Tim O'Connor, Barbara Parkins,
Ryan O'Neal, Christopher Connelly, Stephen Douglas, George Macready

The Long Hot Summer (TCF/ABC) (1965-66)
starring Edmond O'Brien, Dan O'Herlihy, Roy Thinnes, Nancy Malone,
Ruth Roman, Lana Wood, John Kerr, Paul Geary

Blue Light (TCF Europe/ABC)(early 1966) starring Robert Goulet, Christine Carere

The Man Who Never Was (TCF Europe/ABC)(1966-67) starring Robert Lansing & Dana Wynter

The Felony Squad (TCF/ABC)(1966-69) starring Howard Duff & Dennis Cole

Judd for the Defense (TCF/ABC)(1967-69) starring Carl Betz & Stephen Young

Bracken's World (TCF/NBC)(1969-70) starring Leslie Nielsen

Cade's County (TCF/CBS)(1971-72) starring Glenn Ford, Edgar Buchanan

Planet Of The Apes (TCF/CBS)(1974) starring Roddy McDowall, Ron Harper & James Naughton

The Paper Chase (TCF/CBS/Showtime)(1978-79)(1983-89) starring John Houseman & James Stephens

Trapper John MD (TCF/CBS)(1979-86) starring Pernell Roberts

Martin Manulis Productions in Associated with Twentieth Century-Fox

Five Fingers (TCF/Martin Manulis/NBC) (1959-60) starring David Hedison, Paul Burke

Adventures in Paradise (TCF/Martin Manulis/ABC)(1959-62) starring Gardner McKay

The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis (TCF/Martin Manulis/CBS)(1959-63)starring Dwayne Hickman

Martin Manulis - Archive Interview Part 1 of 11
Martin Manulis - Archive Interview Part 2 of 11
Martin Manulis - Archive Interview Part 3 of 11
Martin Manulis - Archive Interview Part 4 of 11
Martin Manulis - Archive Interview Part 5 of 11
Martin Manulis - Archive Interview Part 6 of 11
Martin Manulis - Archive Interview Part 7 of 11
Martin Manulis - Archive Interview Part 8 of 11
Martin Manulis - Archive Interview Part 9 of 11
Martin Manulis - Archive Interview Part 10 of 11
Martin Manulis - Archive Interview Part 11 of 11

TCF Western series

My Friend Flicka   episode guide
Twentieth Century-Fox for CBS
1956 39 episodes x 30min bw/col?
cast
Gene Evans ........ Rob McLaughlin
Anita Louise ..... Nell McLaughlin
Johnny Washbrook ... Ken McLaughlin
Frank Ferguson ...Gus Broeberg
and the horse
Wahama ...Flicka

Broken Arrow     episode guide
Twentieth Century-Fox for ABC
1956-57 72 episodes x 30 min bw
cast
John Lupton ............... Tom Jeffords
Michael Ansara ... Apache Chief Cochise

Man Without A Gun    episode guide
Twentieth Century-Fox  - Republic for Syndication
1957-59  33 episodes x 30m bw
cast
Rex Reason ............... Adam MacLean
Mort Mills ...... Marshal Frank Tallman
Harry Harvey Sr. ... Mayor George Dixon
Forrest Taylor ............. Doc Bannon


The Legend of Jesse James  episode guide
Twentieth Century-Fox for ABC
executive producer David Weisbart
produced by Don Siegel
created by Samuel A. Peeples
1965-66  34 episodes x 30 min bw
cast
Christopher Jones .......... Jesse James
Allen Case ................. Frank James
John Milford .............. Cole Younger
Tim McIntire ............... Bob Younger
Robert Wilke ....... Marshal Sam Corbett
Ann Doran ................... Mrs. James

The Loner   episode guide
Twentieth Century-Fox / Greenway/Interlaken for CBS
1965-66 26 episodes x 30min bw
starring
Lloyd Bridges ........ William Colton


Daniel Boone 
Fespar Enterprises Arcola Pictures Corporation
Twentieth Century-Fox Television for NBC
1964-70 165 episodes x 60 min (29bw 136color)
produced by Aaron Rosenberg
story editor D.D. Beauchamp
directed by Earl Bellamy, John Florea
cast
Fess Parker .......... Daniel Boone (1964-70)
Albert Salmi ............... Yadkin (1964-65)
Ed Ames ..................... Mingo (1964-68)
Patricia Blair .......Rebecca Boone (1964-70)
Veronica Cartwright .. Jemima Boone (1964-66)
Darby Hinton ......... Israel Boone (1964-70)
Dal McKennon .......... Cincinnatus (1964-70)
Robert Logan ........ Jericho Jones (1965-66)
Don Pedro Colley ........... Gideon (1968-69)
Roosevelt Grier ....... Gabe Cooper (1969-70)
Jimmy Dean .......... Josh Clements (1968-70)

The Monroes
Twentieth Century-Fox/Qualis for ABC
1966-67 26 episodes x 60 min color
cast
Michael Anderson Jr. .... Clayt Monnroe
Barbara Hershey .......... Kathy Monroe
Kieth Schultz ........ Jefferson Monroe
Kevin Schultz ........ Fennimore Monroe
Tammy Locke ................ Amy Monroe
Liam Sullivan ............. Major Mapoy
Ron Soble ................... Dirty Jim
Ben Johnson .................... Sleeve
Jim Westmoreland ........... Ruel Jaxon
Robert Middleton ......... Barney Wales
Buck Taylor ....,.. John Bradford 'Brad'
Orphaned children in the Old West struggle to hang on to
their parents' homestead.


The Legend of Custer      episode guide
Twentieth Century-Fox for ABC
1967 16 episodes x 60 min color
cast
Wayne Maunder ... Lt. Col. George A. Custer
Slim Pickens .........California Joe Milner
Peter Palmer ........... Sgt. James Bustard
Michael Dante ................. Crazy Horse
Robert F. Simon ....Brid. Gen. Alfred Terry
Grant Woods .... Capt. Miles Keogh

Lancer      episode guide
Twentieth Century-Fox for CBS
1968-70 51 episodes x 60min color
cast
Andrew Duggan ............. Murdoch Lancer
James Stacy ......... Johnny Madrid Lancer
Wayne Maunder ............... Scott Lancer
ELizabeth Baur ............ Teresa O'Brien
Paul Brinegar .............. Jelly Hoskins

TCF Sci-Fi /Super Heroes series

Batman
(
live-action television series)
Greenway production
Twentieth Century-Fox Television
for
ABC
Executive Producer William Dozier
producer Howie Horwitz
based on the comic strip by Bob Kane

US comic strip adventure series 1966-68 120 episodes x 30 min color
starring
Adam West as Batman (alter ego 'millionaire' Bruce Wayne)
Burt Ward as Robin (alter ego Dick Grayson)
co-starring
Neil Hamilton as Commisioner Gordon
Stafford Repp as Chief O'Hara
Alan Napier as Alfred The Butler
Madge Blake as Aunt Harriet
Yvonne Craig as Batgirl (introduced in season 3)
(alter ego Barbara Gordon, Commisioner Gordon's daughter)

narrated by William Dozier

special guest villains - male
Frank Gorshin as The Riddler
John Astin as The Riddler
Cesar Romero as The Joker
Burgess Meredith as The Penguin
George Sanders as Mr. Freeze
Otto Preminger as Mr. Freeze
Eli Wallach as Mr. Freeze
Victor Buono as King Tut
Vincent Price as Egghead
Rudy Vallee as Lord Marmaduke Ffogg
Milton Berle as Louie the Lilac
David Wayne as The Mad Hatter
Malachi Throne as False Face
Liberace as Fingers Chandell
Cliff Robertson as Shame
Howard Duff as Cabala
Michael Rennie as The Sandman
Art Carney as The Archer
Maurice Evans as The Puzzler
Roddy McDowall as The Bookworm
Walter Slezak as The Clock King
John Crawford as The Devil
Roger Carmel as Colonel Gumm

special guest villains - female
Julie Newmar as Catwoman (alter ego Silina Kyle)
Eartha Kitt as Catwoman (alter ego Silina Kyle)
Anne Baxter as Zelda
Tallulah Bankhead as The Black Widow
Ethel Merman as Lola Lasagne
Ida Lapino as Dr. Cassandra Spellcraft
Shelley Winters as Ma Parker
Joan Collins as Siren/Lorelei Circle
Anne Baxter as Olga, Queen of Cossacks
Barbara Rush as Nora Clavicle
Carolyn Jones as Marsha, Queen of Diamonds
Glynis Johns as Lady Penelope Peasoup
Zsa Zsa Gabor as Minerva
Terry Moore as Venus
Lesley Gore as Pussycat

music by Neal Hefti, Nelson Riddle

there was also a film 'Batman' released in 1966
starring the same cast
Guest villains in the movie were the Penguin, Joker, Riddler,
and Catwoman -- alter ego, Kitka (played by Lee Meriwether
in place of the unavailable Julie Newmar)

The Green Hornet
Greenway Production
in association with
Twentieth Century-Fox Television
for
ABC
Executive Producer William Dozier
Produced by Richard Bluel
Produced by Stan Shpetner ("Invasion from Outer Space" 2 parter)
Based on the radio dramas of the Green Hornet, Inc.,
Created by George W. Trendle
US sci-fi comic strip series 1966-67 26 episodes x 30 min color
Starring
Van Williams as Britt Reid/The Green Hornet
Bruce Lee as Kato
with
Wende Wagner as Lenore "Casey" Case
Lloyd Gough as Mike Axford
Walter Brooke as District Attorney F.P. Scanlon
With the help of a karate expert, the masked crusauder - The Green Hornet,
fights for justice.
"The Green Hornet" theme music composed by Billy May

TCF Comedy series

Margie (TCF/ABC)(1961-62) starring Cynthia Pepper

Valentine's Day (TCF/ABC)(1964-65) starring Tony Franciosa

The Tammy Grimes Show (TCF/ABC)(fall 1966)

The Ghost and Mrs Muir (TCF/NBC/ABC)(1968-70) starring Hope Lange, Edward Mulhare

Nanny And The Professor (TCF/ABC) (1970-71) starring Richard Long & Juliet Mills

Julia (TCF/NBC)(1968-71) starring Diahann Carroll

Room 222 (TCF/ABC)(1969-74) starring Lloyd Haynes

(Here Come) The Double Deckers (David Gerber/TCF/ABC)(1970-71) UK Children's Comedy Adventure series

Arnie (TCF/CBS)(1970-72) starring Herschel Bernardi, Sue Ane Langdon

Anna And The King (TCF/CBS)(Fall 1972) starring Yul Brynner & Samantha Eggar

M*A*S*H (TCF/CBS)  (KoreanWar Medical Comedy series) (1972-83) starring Alan Alda

Roll Out! (TCF/CBS)(fall 1973) starring Stu Gillium

Karen (TCF/CBS)(early 1975) starring Karen Valentine

Husbands, Wives And Lovers (TCF/CBS) (Spring 1978) Hour-long Comedy series

1st & Ten (TCF/ABC)(1984-91) starring Delta Burke, O.J. Simpson, Shannon Tweed et al.

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