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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The main thing keeping ''Tune'' out of modern-day cable repeats is music clearances, as the show used many famous compositions that are not in the public domain.
** The 1950s version is pretty much gone for good, aside from two Cullen episodes and a [=DeWitt=] highlight special.
** The Hayes version may or may not be intact, as it only aired in a few markets for 26 weeks.
** Both 1970s NBC versions are believed to have been destroyed, although a James clip was used in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uwio7xpceM this 1974 promo]] (which also has rare clips of ''Series/HighRollers'', ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}'', ''Series/{{Jackpot}}!'', ''Celebrity Sweepstakes'', and the surviving episode of ''Series/WinningStreak'') and another was used in a 1988 game show special of Creator/{{FOX}}'s ''The Late Show''. One '77 episode is known to exist, and a full James episode, from December 26, 1974, was discovered in February 2010.
** The 1974-81 syndicated version is intact, but only about 10 episodes circulate. Luckily, at least one of these (February 23, 1978) has a $100,000 win.
** The Jim Lange version is intact, and was rerun on Creator/USANetwork from 1989 to 1991 and [[Creator/ABCFamily the Family Channel]] from 1993 to 1996.
* NamesTheSame: Unfortunately, the Tommy Oliver who led the orchestra on this show was not the {{Franchise/Power Ranger|s}}. (Kind of ironic, considering the Family Channel, as ABC Family, would go on to air reruns of ''Power Rangers''.)
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: For starters, the Lange era was supposed to get another season, as it started off very good in the ratings; but then ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}'' came along, and the ratings plunged after stations started moving it to bad timeslots. And after that, aside from ''Name that Video'', any attempts to revive the format have gotten stuck in DevelopmentHell. Musician Peter Allen hosted a pilot from [[Series/CatchPhrase Marty Pasetta]] and [[Creator/OrionPictures Orion Television]] in 1990; all it spawned was a game for the UsefulNotes/PhilipsCDi hosted by [[Series/{{Blackout}} Bob]] [[Series/WheelOfFortune Goen]]. [[Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir Quincy Jones]]-[[Series/MadTv David Salzman]] Entertainment tried in 1996-97 to re-do the show; after their normal producing partner, Creator/WarnerBros, passed up the project, they went to [[Creator/SonyPicturesTelevision Columbia [=TriStar=] Television]] and attemtped to pair it up with a reboot of the CTT-owned ''Series/TreasureHuntUS''; nope. Phil Gurin, who produced the US version of ''Series/TheWeakestLink'', attempted a pilot in 2001; no go. Creator/{{CBS}} (who the 1990 pilot had allegedly been pitched to) shot a primetime-intended pilot in 2006 with [[Series/{{Pyramid}} Donny Osmond]] as host; didn't work. They sold the rights to MTV Networks (who had previously done ''Name that Video''), and ''they'' sold the rights to Creator/FremantleMedia in 2012; they haven't done anything with it either.
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