This is the opening of the series ‘The new adventures of Black Beauty’ The series is a spin-off of ‘The adventures of Black Beauty’
This is the intro to this tv series
Bananaman originally broadcast on the BBC in the UK from 1983 to 1986 and ran for a total of 40 episodes. It was originally a comic strip that debuted in the British comic Nutty in 1980 and later also ran in The Dandy & The Beano. It was a fuuny parody of Superman with a decidedly British sense of humour. The main character in the comic strip version was called Eric Wimp but this was changed for the animated version to Eric Twinge (a few other changes were also made to other elements of the comic strip in its translation for comic book to TV series) Each episode was only 5 minutes long (in keeping with its comic strip beginnings)
Count Duckula – Intro
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Nowhere Man – Series Intro
Nowhere Man originally aired from 1995 to 1996 and only lasted one season before being cancelled. Luckily the 25 episodes do wrap up with a fairly good conclusion to the series. Highly enjoyable for fans of shows such as “The Prisoner” and “The X-Files”, both series it has many similarities to (especially ”The Prisoner”)
Jeremiah – Season 2 Intro
Jeremiah was originally shown on the Showtime tv channel from 2002 and 2004. The series only lasted for 2 seasons (35 episodes in total)
Great second (final) season to this series. Loved the introduction of the character of Mr Smith played by Sean Astin (Lord of the Rings, etc) a wonderful addition to the main cast with some superb storylines. Just a shame that only 2 seasons got made, although at least in this case I felt that the second season finale did finish the current story arc.
The one thing that till this day is an annoyance to fans of the show (myself included) is the agonising wait we’ve had to endure regarding this second season being released on dvd. The first season got a very nice boxset treatment on dvd (which I own) but for some reason the second season never got a similar boxset. After many years of waiting the second season of Jeremiah did finally get a release (of sorts) in the form of an “on demand” dvd recording service from MGM.