Captain America (1944)
This was the very first on screen appearance of a Marvel comics superhero courtesy of our friends at Republic Pictures. Here's the storyline. After a rash of suicides among prominent scientists and businessmen all found holding a small scarab, the mayor gets the DA involved to solve the crimes. But that's just the beginning! Little does he know that the DA is really our patriotic CA!
Presented in 15 action packed episodes.
Classic American television series chronicling adventures of Lassie and her human companions. The fifth longest running television series in history following the Simpsons, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, Gunsmoke and Law and Order. Lassie racked up 6 Emmy's over 20 seasons. Do Jeff and his pal Porky survive the test of blood brotherhood? Tune and find out.
Tales Of Tomorrow (1951-53)
An American anthology science fiction series broadcast live during sci fis golden age. Without this series there may well have never been One Step Beyond, Twilight Zone or Outer Limits. Each of those programs traces their idealogical and creative roots back to this series. These shows are copies of very rare kinescopes that are remarkably well preserved from our video vault. If you have never seen this series, this is must see TTV!
Bride and Gloom (1954)
An underdog with bulging forearms, a mean uppercut and a love of canned spinach. Popeye the Sailor Man captured the hearts of millions of fans around the globe right from the beginning in 1929. As the star of his own comics strips and animated series on the big screen and small, Popeye became quickly ingrained in American culture, and today remains one of the most recognizable pop-culture icons in the world.
Flash Gordon (1936)
The very first live action story based on the famous comic strip created by Alex Raymond. Join Flash, Dale Arden and Dr. Zarkov as they head to the Planet Mongo in an attempt to avert an imminent collision with the planet Earth. Watch as our daring hero and his friends battle the evil Emperor Ming the Merciless and one doomsday scenario after another. Presented in 13 action packed episodes.
Howdy Doody (1947-60)
The very first network children's show that ran five days a week. This iconic show became a prototype for childrens entertainment for decades following as a result. Hosted by "Buffalo" Bob Smith and joined by his puppet pal Howdy Doody, Clarabelle the Clown and a whole slew of characters from the fictitious town of Doodyville. Back in the 1950's it was every kids dream to sit in the Peanut Gallery.
Captain Z-RO (1951-56)
Scientist Captain Z-Ro, working in his remote laboratory, safeguarded mankind and history from harm. He had a time machine, to view history and send someone back. Each week, he and his teenage assistant Jet would view an episode in time and see that some event was unfolding contrary to recorded history. Captain Z-Ro would intervene and ensure that history played out as originally recorded.
Annie Oakley (1954-57)
Hard Ridin, straight shootin,and suspense. Not all western heroes were dudes. This fictionalized account of the real life Wild West sharpshooter was set in the quiet western town of Diablo. Annie and her brother Tagg made sure outlaws who moseyed into town kept on going. At her side was friend, suitor and deputy sheriff Lofty Craig with whom she enjoyed showing off her shooting prowess. It's a rootin tootin shootin show.