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According to this site, Dar Robinson jumped a car off a ramp from a section of the canyon belonging to the Hualapai Indian Reservation (which is on the west rim) in 1980 for a reality television show called That's Incredible!. Apparently he couldn't get a permit for the stunt from the Grand Canyon National Park. The car wound up at the bottom of the ...


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You might mean Arsene Lupin: Arsène Lupin is a gentleman thief who appears in a series of detective and crime novels by the French writer Maurice Leblanc. The character has also appeared in a number of non-canonical sequels and numerous film, television (such as Night Hood), stage play, and comic book adaptations. He was the protagonist of an animated ...


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This is currently an extremely vague question, but here's a shot in the dark: TV miniseries Shiroi Kyoto (The White Tower) from 1978, which was based on a novel. From an online synopsis: Goro Zaizen and Shuji Satomi are assistant professors at Naniwa University Hospital. Goro is a brilliant surgeon who will do anything to make his way up the corporate ...


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Could it be "Acme School of Stuff" from 1988? EDIT: Seems like a match. The opening depicted a Rube Goldberg machine that ends with a neon sign of the show's title, and it had a bit about a 300 baud modem (that ends with the host being spammed!): ...


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Could you possible be thinking of "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah, Zip-A-Dee-Ay" as in "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah Zip-A-Dee-Ay My oh my what a wonderful day" ??? From the 1946 Disney film "Song of the South"? Only thing I can think of. Original: ...


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Sounds like low-budget Power Rangers style show Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters from Beverly Hills that aired in 1994. From Wikipedia: The four central characters of the show were teens selected by a blob-like alien named Nimbar to fight off the monsters sent by evil Emperor Gorganus. [...] Nimbar recruits the four high school students and with a touch ...


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This could be the One Step Beyond episode The Devil's Laughter from 1959 based on the real-life story of John "Babbacombe" Lee: the main character (here named John Marriott) survives multiple attempts to hang him for the murder of a woman, first as the gallows rope snaps, then as the trap door fails, as in Lee's case. Unlike Lee, Marriott admits to the ...


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Google has turned up a possibility... Does Get the Gringo (2012) starring Mel Gibson sound familiar? Bolded parts match your description: From a IMDb.com review: .... Basically after being caught during a robbery of millions of dollars from his boss, an unnamed American criminal known simply as the Driver (Mel Gibson, also writing and ...


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I think it could be Bob Morane.


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Sounds like the conspiracy sci-fi show Dark Skies from 1996: The series presents the idea that 20th century history as people know it is a lie. It depicts aliens having been among humans since the late 1940s, with a government cover-up concealing their existence from the public. As the series progresses, viewers follow John Loengard and Kim Sayers ...


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Could it be The 10th Kingdom? In a hidden realm, fairy tale characters inhabit nine magical kingdoms where an Evil Queen plots to rule them. She is trapped in the Fourth Kingdom Prison under the rule of Prince Wendell; the spoiled, arrogant grandson of Snow White. Weeks before his coronation ceremony, the Queen enlists the help of the brutal ...


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It's from Girls (HBO Series). A simple reverse image search would have give you the answer. Found it there.


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Maybe NatGeo's Going Deep from this year? Here's the press release: TYING YOUR SHOES. MAKING ICE CUBES. OPENING A DOOR. ARE THESE SIMPLE DAILY TASKS? OR ARE THEY COMPLEX, INTRICATE MYSTERIES YOU’RE PROBABLY DOING WRONG? NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL INVITES VIEWERS ON A QUEST TO PERFECT EVERYDAY SKILLS IN GOING DEEP WITH DAVID REES. ...


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Episode 11 of Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond, titled "The Devil's Laughter", (1959), was a fictionalized teleplay based on the true story of John Babbacombe Lee. John Henry George Lee (1864 – c. 19 March 1945), better known as John "Babbacombe" Lee or "The Man They Couldn't Hang", was an Englishman famous for surviving three attempts to hang him for ...


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I am not sure, but is it Bits and Bytes?



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