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PostSubject: TV series you loved as a child   Sat Apr 12, 2008 10:41 am

Yes again, a nostalgic topic Very Happy with the series we loved as a child or as a teanager
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Here are a few that I really loved

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PostSubject: Re: TV series you loved as a child   Sat Apr 12, 2008 10:47 am

21 Jump Street bounce

First appearance of Johnny Depp, I was addicted Rolling Eyes

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The Twilight Zone

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This I loved sooo much, really thought it was amazing, should watch them all again Very Happy



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PostSubject: Re: TV series you loved as a child   Sat Apr 12, 2008 10:58 am

The Wonder Years

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I have been looking for the DVD of this serie for years Crying or Very sad






Tales from the Crypt

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PostSubject: Re: TV series you loved as a child   Sat Apr 12, 2008 11:06 am

The Invaders

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The Hitchhiker

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Not so many people remember this serie. For a long time I tried to remember how it was called. I dont think it was played very long on TV but thought it was very good. I think this serie gave me the taste I have today for weird and strange movies Very Happy
Looking for it desperatly
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PostSubject: Re: TV series you loved as a child   Sat Apr 12, 2008 11:07 am

There were so many more so I stop here, your turn Very Happy
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PostSubject: My favourite teenage tv series!   Thu Apr 17, 2008 12:59 pm

Radio Free Roscoe

How I loved this show! It 's about an underground radio station broadcasted by 4 teenagers! I used to watch this everyday after school!




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Degrassi The Next Generation

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Degrassi: The Next Generation follows a group of students who face exaggerated instances of challenges common to teen life.



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Clueless
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Imagine a totally fabulous life in Beverly Hills: the clothes, the money, famous people everywhere! What's a girl to do? If you're Cher Horowitz, the answer is simple: live it up! Cher has her hands full being the toast of her high school, hanging out with Dionne and Murray (the most dramatic couple in the school) taking care of her daddy, and winning out everything over her nemesis Amber, all while having a perfect fashion sense for every occasion. It's totally real life ... not!

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PostSubject: Re: TV series you loved as a child   Tue Aug 05, 2008 11:34 pm

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PostSubject: Re: TV series you loved as a child   Tue Aug 05, 2008 11:36 pm

"THE TRIPODS" (1984)

the tv-trailer...



the opening-titles...





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PostSubject: Re: TV series you loved as a child   Wed Aug 06, 2008 12:28 am

Heartbreak High



I was so in love with Drazic, pfoe



There's other series, but this one rocked Smile

(I remember the one about the lighthouse family, but I don't know the title)
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PostSubject: Re: TV series you loved as a child   Fri Sep 05, 2008 9:50 am

TI-TA-TOVENAAR!!! Very Happy



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Hoog in de wolken, in een luchtkasteel, woont Ti Ta Tovenaar met zijn dochter Tika. Hij probeert al tijden om aardbesiŽn in kamelen te veranderen. Het is hem, meen ik, nooit gelukt. Er gaat ook nogal eens iets mis met de toverkunsten van vooral Tika. Maar die moet alles ook nog leren, natuurlijk. Vooral het heertje uit het dorp beneden op de grond is slachtoffer van de mislukte toverpogingen. Maar ook de andere dorpsbewoners (het kruideniertje, de ober, de agent) ontkomen niet aan allerlei vreemde gebeurtenissen. Dan zit daar zomaar een aapje op de stoel! En dan is het plotseling weer weg........

Over aapjes gesproken, eerst was er Tato en later Titi. In de latere afleveringen maakten we nog kennis met Opa, Kwarkje en Grobelia uit het Grobbedal. De serie werd uitgezonden in dagelijkse afleveringen van zo'n 4 minuten. Later werd de serie nog eens herhaald, maar nu in afgeronde verhaaltjes van ongeveer een half uur. Ti Ta Tovenaar was een grote hit getuige ook de enorme hoeveelheid produkten die uit de serie voortkwamen. Boeken, platen, verzamelplaatjesalbums, toverkijker met toverstrips. Ja, zelfs een Albert Hein papieren boodschappenzak.

In 1992 werd door Disky een serie van vijf videobanden uitgegeven. Vanaf 2000 volgden er, nu door de firma Bridge Ent., nog eens vijftien (drie dubbelboxen plus acht losse banden) en een DVD.

sorry for the Dutch texts... but it was a Dutch series



I loved this as a child!!! Hell, I still love it!!! Razz

and I loooooooooove Ton Lensink aka Ti-Ta himself!!! I love you Alas, he died at the fairly high age of 74 on the 13th of february, 1997... Sad

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PostSubject: MOORDSPEL   Mon Sep 08, 2008 2:16 am

MOORDSPEL, a Dutch series with Ron Brandsteder... Razz

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After 8 successful seasons of 'De Showbizzquiz', game show host Ron Brandsteder and producer Joop van den Ende wanted to try something new. Showbiz pal Andrť van Duin suggested merging the game show format with the popular detective series (which at that time were usually imported from Germany or England by Tros Television) into something he called a Krimi-quiz. Ron and Joop had their first serious meeting about this April 30th, 1986 (the day the Dutch monarch celebrates her birthday, aka 'Konningedag'). Soon after wards, producers Hans Peters, Renť Sleeswijk and Jeanine Kleyberg were invited to play a game of Clue(do) at Van Duin's house and a deal was struck. However, the Dutch writers assigned to come up with 6 episodes worth of crimes to solve soon stuck. Luckily about that time Joop found out a similar show had been produced by Thames Television a few years earlier, called "Who done it". He quickly scooped up the rights, had the scripts translated into Dutch, and exactly 9 months after their first meeting, Brandsteder was hosting Moordspel's first live broadcast on Tros Television, Friday the 30th of January, 1987.

To plug and prepare viewers for Moordspel, teasers were shown a week before and special 'suspect cards' were made available at gas stations and shops (as well as popular tabloid mag 'Privť'). Out of all the good answers, 100 candidates were picked to make up the live studio audience, six of whom were picked to compete in the show (one for each suspect). The crime had to be solved in 90 minutes (from 20.28 to 21.58 to be accurate), tough only 25 minute were spend on the prerecorded mystery (directed by Englishman Andrew Wilson). Included herein were 25 clues (one per minute!), 7 or 8 of which lead to the killer, the rest being red herrings. The drama was split up into 4 acts, at the end of each the contestants would cast their temporary verdict. To pass the time between acts, there was the usual Showbiz ballet by Brian Rogers and a chance for one audience member to go on a 3 minute free shopping spree (directed by Guus Verstraete Jr.). For the final round, the actors came out to be interrogated (in character) until finally Ron would dramatically fetch the sealed envelope containing the answer out of a safe. Prizes to be won included a Ford Fiesta Super Sport, a dream vacation supplied by British Airways, or a set of matched luggage (without the vacation). At the end of each show, 6 minutes of the next one would be previewed to give the viewer at home a chance to pick the next murderer and fill in the next card.

Of the six stories, the first (januari 30th 1987) took place during a family gathering on New Year's eve 1899, where the head of the family was poisoned by the prise of his own snake collection, and only had 15 minutes to figure out which family member did him in before succumbing to the deadly viper. Mysterie number two (februari 6 1987) was set in a photo studio where the wealthy female owner was found dead in a trunk with a 'prop' arrow sticking out of her. Number three (februari 13 1987) took us on a cruise ship during the early eighties where a purser and his assistant try to solve a suspect suicide. This one turned out to be a misleading episode, as the murder victim turned up alive and well, disguised as an old lady in the climax. The fourth one (februari 20th 1987) saw a magician's trick go horribly wrong when his lovely assistant was skewered to death during his famous sword act. To payback Andrť van Duin for coming up with the idea in the first place, he was invited to be a special guest contestant in this episode, broadcast live on his birthday. The penultimate and most modern episode (februari 27 1987) featured the singer of a pop band being electrocuted on stage and the final Moordspel (march 6 1987) took place during the Rio Carnaval in 1930 and centered round the murder of a casino owner. The week after that, 'Moordspel Extra' was broadcast, in which the final winners were announced by special guest Glynis Barber and bloopers from the six previous episodes's mysteries were screened. There was also a 25 minute special all about the dance numbers by the Brian Rogers Dancers, including an interview with Brian himself (broadcast twice!).

Although the show was a success, it was clearly too ambitious for it's own good (Brandsteder himself called it 'four shows in one'). Next to being a multi layered variety show, six (period) drama's were played out by reasonably well known actors, who also had to be available to do improvisations on the night of the broadcast. Needless to say, Moordspel did not return for a second season. In fact, the show has hardly ever been mentioned on television or in writing since, though some conspiracy theories have popped up on the internet over the years. One involves tragic quiz-master Willem Ruis, who's fatal heart attack at an early age has been rumored to be linked to (amongst other things) not getting to do Moordspel, while others insist the death of actor Lo van Hensbergen a mere three weeks after he played the murder victim in the premier episode contributed to the show's cancellation. My guess is they simply ran out of scripts to recycle from 'Who done it'. Without those, how were they to come up with fresh new murders to solve? Before 1987 was over, Ron and Joop had come up with another winning formula, "Ron's Honeymoon quiz", hearkening back to the earlier Showbizzquiz (having hopeful young couples in their wedding attire compete instead of hopeful entertainers). So there you have it. Case closed 20 years after the fact.

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quote from http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0930715/#comment, that sums it all up!!!

IT WAS PURE GENIOUS!!! yess yess yess



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PostSubject: Re: TV series you loved as a child   Thu Oct 23, 2008 1:41 am

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PostSubject: Re: TV series you loved as a child   Thu Oct 23, 2008 2:20 pm

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He is in the same cometary as my mum is yess
as is Herman Brood, Anie MG Smit, and many many more
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