4 definitions by James Barr

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Production Company, founded 1968 by Lee Rich and Merv Adelson. Produced "The Waltons" (1972-81), "Dallas" (1978-91), "Knots Landing" (1979-93), and "Eight is Enough" (1977-81). Merged with Telepictures in 1985, and purchased by Warner Communications in 1988. Consolidated into Warner Bros. Television and eliminated in 1993.
"Line of Doom", "Lorimar", "Lorimar-Telepictures", "Lorimar Television".
by James Barr February 07, 2005
Network established in 1943, after RCA sold "The Blue Network" to Edward Noble. Merged with United Paramount Theatres (offshoot of Paramount Pictures) in 1953. Merged with Capitol Cities Broadcasting in 1985 and with Disney in 1996.
"This is ABC--The American Broadcasting Company"
by James Barr February 07, 2005
(1978-82, CBS/MTM Enterprises). Television program about the fictional WKRP-AM in Cincinnatti. Short lived, but revived from 1991-93 with new episodes.

Currently not seen on television in U.S. A majority of episodes have music altered with generic music from original network airings due to copyright issues.
"I'm at WKRP in Cincinnnnattiii". (from the theme song)
by James Barr February 07, 2005
Production company established in 1969 by Mary Tyler Moore and Grant Tinker. Produced "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" (1970-77), "The Bob Newhart Show" (1972-78), "Hill Street Blues" (1981-87), "St. Elswhere" (1982-88), and "Newhart" (1982-90). Purchased by religious broadcaster Pat Robertson in 1993, and sold to News Corp. in 1996. Ceased existence and merged into 20th Century Fox in 1997.
"MTM Enterprises", "MTM Enterprises, Inc.", "MTM Productions"
by James Barr February 07, 2005

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