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Alf (1986)

US sitcom about an Alien Life Form (ALF), who follows an amateur radio signal to Earth only to crash land on the roof of a garage owned by the Tanners, a middle class family living in the suburbs of Los Angeles...

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Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955)

The instantly recognisable, deceptively benign visage of arguably the world's greatest director of cinematic suspense, Alfred Hitchcock, side-stepped deftly to the smaller screen of US television and welcomed viewers to a polished series of stories...

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Alfresco (1983)

Running for two series in the early 1980s, Alfresco was the same quickfire combination of anarchic sketches and musical items that made Not the Nine O'Clock News, The Two Ronnies and Monty Python's Flying Circus so successful.

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Alias (2001)

Relatively unknown until 2001, Jennifer Garner arrived on the TV scene with all the speed of a high velocity bullet in this explosive series

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Alias Smith and Jones (1971)

Alias Smith and Jones

Set in the late 19th Century when the Wild West was no longer so wild and the 'frontier' had been pushed back almost as far as it would go, Alias Smith and Jones was one of US television's last great flirtations with the Cowboy genre...

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Alias The Jester (1985)

Produced by Cosgrove Hall, this BAFTA award-winning animated series following the exploits of Alias, a diminutive time traveller who unexpectedly crash lands in the magical kingdom of Houghton Bottoms in medieval England where he becomes court jester to the irascible King Arthur and his Queen...

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Alice (1976)

Based quite loosely on the 1974 Oscar-winning film Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore, this situation comedy centered on Alice Hyatt (Linda Lavin), a widowed mother with a 12-year-old son who leave their New Jersey home to start a new life in Phoenix, Arizona.

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Alice (1946)

The earliest television version of Lewis Caroll's fantasy masterpiece was broadcast before most people in Britain had televisions...

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Alice In Wonderland (1966)

Unimpressed with Disney's 1951 animated version of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, Jonathan Miller was keen to develop a new version which would bring to the fore undertones of the story that had been glossed over in the often 'traditional' presentation of this classic children's tale.

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