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I might be completely off with this but this sounds like and episode of Touched By and Angel called 'An Angel on my Tree" (S07E10). The Episode included Chris Marquette. I saw this forever ago but I distinctly remember a scene in this episode where the father and the son were in a convenience store/pharmacy and the son kept staring at a teenager and then he ...


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Laff-A-Lympics immediately comes to mind. This was a show in which many Hanna-Barbera characters would compete in Olympic-style events. It ran in 1977-79, and consisted of twenty-four episodes.


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You are discribing the beginning of Hercules 2014 (the one starring Dwayne Johnson to not confuse with The Legend of Hercules released also in 2014). Hercules is a regular man, just stronger (it's Dwayne Johnson after all), but a simple human. He builds his reputation on doing extraordinary things, and for that, he has a team to cover up/him. That's how he ...


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It's called "Ship to Shore", I hope it's the one you're looking for. The show centers around the lives of a group of children living on Circe Island, a fictional island off the coast of Perth, in Western Australia. Three series of the show were shot, one each in 1992, 1993 and 1996. Each episode was 24 minutes long. The first series features comedy ...


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You're thinking of the Hanna-Barbera Laff-A-Lympics. This was a segment on the Saturday morning *Scoobys' All-Star Laff-A-Lympics show, which also included a few other Hanna-Barbera shows along with it. The show basically depicted a sports battle between all the Hanna-Barbera "stars" fighting in various Olympic-style athletic contests (it's based of a ...


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Sounds like the Friday the 13th season 2 episode Eye of Death from 1989. A devious antiques dealer uses a magic lantern to travel back to the Civil War so he can steal artifacts from dead soldiers. Protagonist Ryan gets stuck in the past after chasing the villain and a young widow assists him there. Here's the promo:


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Could be Grand Star "Grand Star", formerly known as "Ice Corp.", is a futuristic, action-adventure series based on the saga by French novelist Georges J. Arnaud. In the latter part of the 21st century, there is a cataclysmic explosion on the moon, which was being used as a nuclear waste dump and the earth is turned into a frozen mass of ice. Billions ...


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This has been bugging me for a while since the description seemed so familiar! A few lucky searches later and I believe the show you're looking for is: Kinkyuu Hasshin Saver Kids Matsugorou is a vile doctor who plots out a plan to take over the world by commanding his own robotic army. The only chance the world has is a group of three brothers that ...


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Sounds like Star Blazers , Star Blazers is an American animated television series adaptation of the Japanese anime series Space Battleship Yamato I, II and III. Star Blazers was first broadcast in the United States in 1979.


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Sounds like the UK horror film Island of Terror from 1966 with Peter Cushing. A small island community is overrun with creeping, blobbish, tentacled monsters which liquefy and digest the bones from living creatures. The community struggles to fight back. The monsters resemble dog-sized slugs with one tentacle (see here) and at some point one of them ...


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It was Edward Woodward. You're looking for the slow-paced horror film The Appointment from 1981. A schoolgirl takes a shortcut through some woods and is seized by an unseen malevolent force. She is never seen again and the authorities erect an iron fence around the woods to prevent a recurrence. Three years later, another schoolgirl regularly visits the ...


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I think this may have been a French-Canadian animation called Spaced Out. The Russian Guy was named Boris something russian I may be wrong, I only ever caught maybe three episodes.



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