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8th Oct '17 10:30:04 AM nombretomado
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* ''TrapperJohnMD'' opened with a title sequence in the font of ''TheGreatestAmericanHero'' style type and Pernell Roberts dreaming via clips of ''Series/{{MASH}}''

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* ''TrapperJohnMD'' opened with a title sequence in the font of ''TheGreatestAmericanHero'' ''Series/TheGreatestAmericanHero'' style type and Pernell Roberts dreaming via clips of ''Series/{{MASH}}''
14th Sep '17 3:45:32 PM fruitstripegum
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* While every Episode of ''[[Series/Thunderbirds]]'' begins with a preview montage; for the Pilot Episode; "Trapped In The Sky", the sound from those Scenes (such as Kyran's Screams or the Tire Sounds of the Elevator Cars) are audible too, unlike the other Episodes of the Show?

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* While every Episode of ''[[Series/Thunderbirds]]'' ''Series/{{Thunderbirds}}'' begins with a preview montage; for the Pilot Episode; "Trapped In The Sky", the sound from those Scenes (such as Kyran's Screams or the Tire Sounds of the Elevator Cars) are audible too, unlike the other Episodes of the Show?
12th Sep '17 10:03:11 AM BabClayton
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* While every Episode of '']]Series/Thunderbirds]]'' begins with a preview montage; for the Pilot Episode; "Trapped In The Sky", the sound from those Scenes (such as Kyran's Screams or the Tire Sounds of the Elevator Cars) are audible too, unlike the other Episodes of the Show?

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* While every Episode of '']]Series/Thunderbirds]]'' ''[[Series/Thunderbirds]]'' begins with a preview montage; for the Pilot Episode; "Trapped In The Sky", the sound from those Scenes (such as Kyran's Screams or the Tire Sounds of the Elevator Cars) are audible too, unlike the other Episodes of the Show?
12th Sep '17 10:02:48 AM BabClayton
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* While every Episode of ''Series/Thunderbirds'' begins with a preview montage; for the Pilot Episode; "Trapped In The Sky", the sound from those Scenes (such as Kyran's Screams or the Tire Sounds of the Elevator Cars) are audible too, unlike the other Episodes of the Show?

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* While every Episode of ''Series/Thunderbirds'' '']]Series/Thunderbirds]]'' begins with a preview montage; for the Pilot Episode; "Trapped In The Sky", the sound from those Scenes (such as Kyran's Screams or the Tire Sounds of the Elevator Cars) are audible too, unlike the other Episodes of the Show?
12th Sep '17 10:01:44 AM BabClayton
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* While every Episode of ''Series/Thunderbirds'' begins with a preview montage; for the Pilot Episode; "Trapped In The Sky", the sound from those Scenes (such as Kyran's Screams or the Tire Sounds of the Elevator Cars) are audible too, unlike the other Episodes of the Show?
30th Aug '17 11:53:00 AM HalcyonDayz
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* The pilot for ''Series/FamilyMatters'' was very different from the standard first season opening. The credit segment for Kellie Shanygne Williams was longer; the IDs for several other cast members were slightly longer than the final cut. There's a should of Carl greeting a colleague upon his arrival at work. The ID for Rosetta [=LeNoire=] saw her wearing a different dress, and after Jaimee Foxworth was cast as Judy, most of the scenes featuring her predecessor, Valerie Jones, were reshot. The title sequence also opens with a clip of Chicago at sunrise, and the whole thing is set to "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong.

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* The pilot for ''Series/FamilyMatters'' was very different from the standard first season opening. The credit segment for Kellie Shanygne Williams was longer; the IDs [=IDs=] for several other cast members were slightly longer than the final cut. There's a should of Carl greeting a colleague upon his arrival at work. The ID for Rosetta [=LeNoire=] saw her wearing a different dress, and after Jaimee Foxworth was cast as Judy, most of the scenes featuring her predecessor, Valerie Jones, were reshot. The title sequence also opens with a clip of Chicago at sunrise, and the whole thing is set to "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong.
17th Jul '17 12:32:44 PM tyrekecorrea
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* The pilot for ''Series/FamilyMatters'' was very different from the standard first season opening. The credit segment for Kellie Shanygne Williams was longer; the IDs for several other cast members were slightly longer than the final cut. the ID for Rosetta [=LeNoire=] saw her wearing a different dress, and after Jaimee Foxworth was cast as Judy, most of the scenes featuring her predecessor, Valerie Jones, were reshot. The title sequence also opens with a clip of Chicago at sunrise, and the whole thing is set to "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong.

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* The pilot for ''Series/FamilyMatters'' was very different from the standard first season opening. The credit segment for Kellie Shanygne Williams was longer; the IDs for several other cast members were slightly longer than the final cut. the There's a should of Carl greeting a colleague upon his arrival at work. The ID for Rosetta [=LeNoire=] saw her wearing a different dress, and after Jaimee Foxworth was cast as Judy, most of the scenes featuring her predecessor, Valerie Jones, were reshot. The title sequence also opens with a clip of Chicago at sunrise, and the whole thing is set to "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong.
17th Jul '17 11:32:05 AM tyrekecorrea
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* The pilot for ''Series/FamilyMatters'' was very different from the standard first season opening. The credit segment for Kellie Shanygne Williams was longer; the one for Reginald [=VelJohnson=] was slightly longer than the final cut. the ID for Rosetta [=LeNoire=] saw her wearing a different dress, and after Jaimee Foxworth was cast as Judy, most of the scenes featuring her predecessor, Valerie Jones, were reshot. The title sequence also opens with a clip of Chicago at sunrise, and the whole thing is set to "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong.

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* The pilot for ''Series/FamilyMatters'' was very different from the standard first season opening. The credit segment for Kellie Shanygne Williams was longer; the one IDs for Reginald [=VelJohnson=] was several other cast members were slightly longer than the final cut. the ID for Rosetta [=LeNoire=] saw her wearing a different dress, and after Jaimee Foxworth was cast as Judy, most of the scenes featuring her predecessor, Valerie Jones, were reshot. The title sequence also opens with a clip of Chicago at sunrise, and the whole thing is set to "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong.
17th Jul '17 11:26:46 AM tyrekecorrea
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* The pilot for ''Series/FamilyMatters'' was very different from the standard first season opening. The credit segment for Kellie Shanygne Williams was much longer; the one for Reginald [=VelJohnson=] was slightly longer than the final cut. the ID for Rosetta [=LeNoire=] saw her wearing a different dress, and after Jaimee Foxworth was cast as Judy, most of the scenes featuring her predecessor, Valerie Jones, were reshot. The title sequence also opens with a clip of Chicago at sunrise, and the whole thing is set to "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong.

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* The pilot for ''Series/FamilyMatters'' was very different from the standard first season opening. The credit segment for Kellie Shanygne Williams was much longer; the one for Reginald [=VelJohnson=] was slightly longer than the final cut. the ID for Rosetta [=LeNoire=] saw her wearing a different dress, and after Jaimee Foxworth was cast as Judy, most of the scenes featuring her predecessor, Valerie Jones, were reshot. The title sequence also opens with a clip of Chicago at sunrise, and the whole thing is set to "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong.
17th Jul '17 11:15:20 AM tyrekecorrea
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* The pilot for ''Series/FamilyMatters'' was very different from the standard first season opening. The credit segment for Kellie Shanygne Williams was much longer; the one for Reginald [=VelJohnson=] was slightly longer than the final cut. the ID for Rosetta [=LeNoire=] saw her wearing a different dress, and after Jaimee Foxworth was cast as Judy, most of the scenes featuring her predecessor, Valerie Jones, were reshot. The title sequence also opens with a clip of Chicago at sunrise, and the whole thing is set to "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong.
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