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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 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}}.
* 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. 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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