Category: On Television

Pirates of the Caribbean

Levi the MonkeyBarbossa and his pirates kidnap Elizabeth, they take her in a longboat to the treasure cave. One trainer hid in the boat along with the monkey and the actors and safety divers waited in the water. The aerial shot and the wide shot of this sequence was filmed with stunt people and a


Frasier the weekly sitcom about Frasier Crane, his father and brother Nile, who unwittingly get into all sorts of scrapes although they are both psychiatrists. Eddie, the friendly pooch of Frasiers dad, was played by Moose, a Jack Russel Terrior, who played opposite of Kelsey Grammar as Frasier. Moose was born on Christmas Eve in

Great Outdoors

Great OutdoorsThe Great Outdoors: Starring Dan Akroyd and John Candy.Was a comedy about two families who spent time together in the outdoors being harassed most of the time by a huge bear that they had angered, and he refused to leave them in peace, chasing them through much of the picture. The Bear was portrayed

Mister Ed

Was a show that played in the 1960’s about a horse, who could speak to his human owner. Mr Ed was a very popular television show for children and adults alike. Mr Ed was about the adventures, or misadventures of Wilbur Post, an architect who was played by Alan Young. Mr Ed Mr Ed got

Grizzly Adams

Grizzly Adams was a show that audiences fell in love with about a lone man who moved to the mountains to escape a crime he hasn’t committed, met a grizzly and remained in the mountains to live. Americans who watched the show fell in love with Grizzly Adams, and they also fell in love with

Free Willy

When fishermen separate a young orca named Willy from his parents, he ends up in an aquarium at a marina in the Seattle area. Meanwhile, a street kid named Jesse (Jason James Richter) gets caught vandalizing the marina, but his social worker, Dwight (Mykelti Williamson), helps him avoid legal consequences, provided he cleans up his

Skippy The Bush Kangaroo

Skippy the Bush Kangaroo was a popular Australian television series for children produced from 1966 to 1968. Ninety-one 30-minute episodes were made over the three seasons of production. Although at the time of first screening Australian television was still in black and white (colour TV broadcasting did not begin until 1975), the show was shot


Lassie, a female Rough Collie, is ‘the world’s most famous dog’ and a fictional character who has starred in (or, more properly, in variations been the subject of) many radio shows, movies, TV shows, and books from 1938 through 2006. The character of Lassie was created by British-American author Eric Knight in Lassie Come-Home, published