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Anyone who grew up in the 1960s will recognize the emotional and physical landscape of this comedy-drama told from the point of view of the youngest member of the Arnold clan, Kevin, as he inches from adolescence to adulthood amid turbulent times.
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Kevin starts off 11th grade on a high note when he steals a rival school's mascot, but his relationship with Winnie falters after a misunderstanding. Norma graduates from community college, and Jack decides to quit his job and open a new business.
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As the reflective coming-of-age series continues, Kevin starts high school and soon finds he's been reduced to the role of small fish in a big pond. Later, money gets in the way of the longstanding friendship between the Arnolds and the Pfeiffers.
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Ninth grade is off to a rough start for Kevin: Winnie's going to school across town, Becky Slater has it in for him, and a bully steals his locker. A beautiful new girl tests Kevin and Winnie's relationship, and Norma starts working at the school.
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Kevin can't figure out whether Winnie likes him as more than a friend. He asks out Becky Slater to make Winnie jealous, but his plan backfires. Meanwhile, Paul celebrates his Bar Mitzvah, and Karen starts hanging out with a rebellious crowd.
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Kevin Arnold (Fred Savage) takes the leap into adolescence as he begins junior high with his two best friends -- the brainy Paul Pfeiffer (Josh Saviano) and the rapidly maturing Winnie Cooper (Danica McKellar) -- in this Emmy-winning comedy-drama set in 1968. Narrated by the older, wiser Kevin (voice of Daniel Stern) in poignant and hilarious detail, this landmark series chronicles the challenges of growing up in an imperfect world.
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Meet everyone's favorite snobbish pretender and social climber, Hyacinth Bucket (Patricia Routledge) and her wacky extended family in this hilarious British series that first aired on the BBC. While Hyacinth's days are spent performing "charitable" acts for the lower classes (including her sisters), she still finds time to give her long-suffering husband, Richard (Clive Swift), plenty of unnecessary advice and keep her neighbors on edge.
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"Fawlty Towers" returns for a second madcap series with Basil once again hampered at every turn by his scathing wife Sybil and the hapless Manuel. It would almost be possible to feel sorry for him, if it wasn't for his appalling rudeness.
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John Cleese stars as Basil Fawlty, the manic and much-put-upon hotel manager whose life is plagued by dead guests, hotel inspectors and riffraff. His biggest headache, though, is his "little nest of vipers" -- nagging wife Sybil.
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Haughty, misadventure-prone Basil Fawlty and his bossy wife, Sybil, try to raise the profile of their "English Riviera" operation -- the Fawlty Towers Hotel -- but never-ending misunderstandings arise, leading to constant farcical lunacy.
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Series 2 of this comedy continues the true-life story of veterinarian James Herriot in 1940s England. Newly married and settled into a practice in Yorkshire, James finds his life injected with adventures as wild as the variety of animals he treats.
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The enormously popular BBC series based on the real-life travails of British veterinarian James Herriot (Christopher Timothy) continues to delight fans with yet another season of charming and hilarious episodes. In Series 6, James and his two partners, Tristan (Peter Davison) and Siegfried (Robert Hardy), follow the ups and downs of Calum and Deirdre's relationship while dealing with the usual assortment of animal crises and quirky country folk.
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James Herriot's Yorkshire vet practice returns. Snow transforms the dales into icy beauty as James tries to save a litter of dying piglets. Helen is confined to the bedroom with a slipped disc, and Tristan is on the hunt for a new job.
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In its five seasons, this classic comedy series from Carl Reiner carved out its place in television history as one of the most consistently funny gems of all time. The show, with comedy writer Rob Petrie (Dick Van Dyke) and his actress wife, Laura (Mary Tyler Moore) struggling through careers, marriage and life in general, was nominated for 12 Emmys, winning six. The episodes on these videos are re-mastered and contain footage not aired before.
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As Herriot struggles with the native dialect, skeptical clients and ingrained rural superstitions, he must also learn how to weather the flare-ups between Siegfried and his younger brother, Tristan.
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Fred Gwynne and Yvonne De Carlo star in this 1960s sitcom as Herman and Lily Munster -- just your typical ghouls-next-door who live in a Victorian mansion with vampire Grandpa (Al Lewis), their werewolf son, Eddie (Butch Patrick), and their normal-looking niece, Marilyn (Beverley Owen, Pat Priest). The Golden Globe-nominated show welcomed a robust array of guest stars in its two seasons, including Harvey Korman, John Carradine and Paul Lynde.
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Laugh along with Season 2 of this legendary sitcom as you relate to the Petries as they deal with marriage, family and career. Learn how Rob and Laura finally got married, how Ritchie ended up with seven middle names and more.
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While juggling his many responsibilities as head writer for "The Alan Brady Show," committed family man Rob attempts to keep his sophisticated housewife, Laura, and lovable son, Ritchie, happy amid all sorts of unexpected crises.
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Rob and Laura Petrie deal with marriage, career and other life issues in this classic sitcom featuring plots that still resonate today. In this first season, the Petries reminisce about how they met, and Rob tries to help his shy brother land a job.
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While working alongside quirky Yorkshire vet Siegfried and his lazy but lovable brother, Tristan, newcomer James Herriot experiences all manner of misadventures treating animals and clashing with superstitious country folk.
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Believe it or not, this kitschy 1960s sitcom developed by the producers of "Leave It to Beaver" lasted only two seasons. But its memorable characters -- including dad Herman (Fred Gwynne), mom Lily (Yvonne DeCarlo), wolf-boy Eddie (Butch Patrick), Grandpa (Al Lewis) and Spot, the family pet -- seemed to last forever. This comprehensive collection of episodes from the show's final season includes the rarely replayed "Herman's Peace Offensive."
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It is the early 50s, and the Dales are still suffering from the bleak austerity that gripped all England after WWII. Tristan has landed a position in the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries so the Darrowby practice recruits a young Scottish vet.
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