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A Touch of Frost

A Touch of Frost (1992)

A Touch of Frost

Spanning eighteen years and forty-two episodes, A Touch of Frost became one of Britain's best loved Television Detective shows, and starred actor David Jason in the title role.

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The Addams Family

The Addams Family (1964)

The Addams Family

Living at 000 North Cemetery Ridge, The Addams Family was developed from a cartoon strip in the New Yorker by Charles Addams. Like The Munsters that began at around the same time, the Addams' were a family of misfits that viewed the outside world as strange and their own peculiar lifestyle as perfectly normal.

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The Abbott and Costello Show

The Abbott & Costello Show (1951)

The Abbott and Costello Show

Although slammed by the critics The Abbott and Costello Show became a firm favourite with the viewing audience as the comic twosome brought to the small screen the same brand of slapstick humour that had pulled in theatre patrons for years.

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The Adventures of Robin Hood

The Adventures of Robin Hood (1955)

The Adventures of Robin Hood

Richard Greene starred as the legendary 12th century outlaw who robbed from the rich and gave to the poor. ITV's first adventure series managed to maintain a high standard of writing, employing blacklisted Hollywood writers who wrote under various aliases.

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The Adventure Game

The Adventure Game (1980)

The Adventure Game

The brainchild of Patrick Dowling and devised with the help of Ian Oliver, The Adventure Game was inspired by the early text-based computer game of Dungeons and Dragons and had elements of Douglas Adams' radio comedy The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

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Gene Barry in The Adventurer

The Adventurer (1971)

Gene Barry in The Adventurer

The publicity for this ITC show read "travel the world with The Adventurer, in a series of vital, new and dynamic situations in which every turn brings the zing of danger, drama and originality". Most viewers ended up wishing the hero of this particular television outing had stayed at home.

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The Adventures of Twizzle

The Adventures of Twizzle (1957)

The Adventures of Twizzle

Gerry Anderson's new production company was ailing and in desperate need of a cash boost when, in 1957, they were approached by children's writer Roberta Leigh and her colleague Suzanne Warner to make a series of 52 thirteen-minute episodes of a children's puppet series.

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