Monday, November 14, 2016

The Cult-TV Faces of: Writers

Identified by Hugh: The Dick Van Dyke Show.

Identified by Hugh: The Twilight Zone: "The Bard."

Identified by SGB: Rod Serling's Night Gallery: Fright Night.

Identified by Hugh: Kolchak - The Night Stalker.

Identified by Hugh: The Incredible Hulk.

Identified by Hugh: Murder, She Wrote

Identified by Hugh: Once a Hero.

Identified by SGB: She-Wolf of London/Love and Curses.
Identified by Hugh: Star Trek: Voyager.

Identified by Hugh: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.

Identified by Mr. C: The X-Files: "Milagro."

Identified by Hugh: Smallville.

Identified by Will Perez: The Night Stalker (2005).

Identified by Hugh: Doctor Who.

Identified by Mr. C: Californication.

Identified by Hugh: Castle.

Identified by Mr. C: The Following.

Not Identified: Hemlock Grove

12 comments:

  1. 1. The Dick Van Dyke Show
    2. The Twilight Zone
    4. Kolchak: The Night Stalker
    5. The Incredible Hulk
    6. Murder She Wrote
    7. Once a Hero
    9. Star Trek: Voyager
    10. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
    12. Smallville
    13. The Flash
    14. Doctor Who
    15. X-Files
    16. Castle

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    1. Great job, Hugh especially with the obscure ones like #7. You rock!

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  2. Anonymous9:52 AM

    Hi, John!

    11 The X-Files, “Milagro“
    15 Californication
    17 The Following

    Mr. C.

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    1. Excellent job, Mr.C! And correct on all fronts!

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  3. 13. Night Stalker (2005 remake of Kolchak: The Night Stalker)

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  4. hi John,

    #3 Night Gallery
    #8 She-Wolf of London (Love and Curses)

    SGB

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    1. Good morning SGB, great job!

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  5. Anonymous2:03 PM

    I think number 8 is the Professor Matheson character from the "She-Wolf of London"/"Love and Curses" syndicated tv series. - Leslie

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  6. Sheri9:32 PM

    Best TV show ever about a writer: "My World and Welcome To It" starring William Windom as a James Thurbur-ish humorist who keeps picturing himself embedded in his story and cartoon ideas during events in his life. I really expected to find a pic from that show among your list, John!

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  7. Anonymous11:25 PM

    I think number 8 is from the nineties syndicated tv series "She-Wolf of London". Leslie

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