A film projectionist longs to be a detective, and puts his meagre skills to work when he is framed by a rival for stealing his girlfriend's father's pocketwatch.
Six of America’s most talented kids get a chance to show off their amazing ingenuity and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) skills as they tackle myths similar to those seen in MythBusters, ranging from driving, explosions, chemistry, physics, popular culture and more.
Frankenstein, Jr. and the Impossibles was an American Saturday morning cartoon produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions in 1966. It premiered on September 10, 1966, and ran for two seasons.
A tough-as-rawhide cowpoke, debonair ladies' man and Harvard-educated smarty-britches roams from Frisco to Jalisco in pursuit of outlaws who killed his father...and in search of a mysterious orb possessing out-of-this world powers. Hot lead and cool anachronisms await Brisco as he and his sidekicks - including Comet, the intellectual equine who doesn't know he's a horse - fight for justice in the way, way, way-out West.
Buffalo Bill, Jr. is an American Western television series starring Dickie Jones that aired in syndication from March 1, 1955, until September 21, 1956.
YTV Jr. was a block on YTV for children that was launched in 1998 and was aired weekdays until 2004. The block has been replaced by a new block called "PlayTime". It replaced the former programming block, called "The Treehouse", which began in 1993 and ended in 1998.
Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Presents, is a 1950s syndicated anthology series hosted and occasionally starring Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.. The series offered Buster Keaton in his first dramatic role in the episode entitled "The Awakening". British actor Christopher Lee appeared in varied role in thirteen episodes, including "Destination Milan". The program aired from 7 January 1953 to 11 February 1957 for a total of 117 episodes. Fairbanks himself starred in forty-eight episodes. In Melbourne, Australia the series was aired under the title Chesebrough Ponds Playhouse.
Nick Jr. Rocks was a spinoff of Nick Rocks, a 30 minute Nickelodeon program that consisted of popular music videos. This program aired on Nick Jr. and was geared toward a younger audience.
Karaoke Star Jr. is a reality television show for children that airs on YTV and CMT. This show is just like the show Karaoke Star, except it features kids instead of adults. It is hosted by Paul McGuire and Phil Guerrero. The purpose of the show is to discover Canada's first ever Karaoke Star Jr. The show premiered on YTV and CMT on March 16, 2009 at 7pm ET. New episodes of the show now air every Monday on these stations. Jamiee is the winner from the first season.
The program will involve the Johnny's Jr. members making a remake of four episodes from the Nekketsu Renai Do series, and one episode from the Kowai Nichiyobi series. Both 1999 series starred Johnny's Jr. members at the time.
The Sammy Davis Jr. Show is short-lived musical variety series hosted by Sammy Davis Jr. that aired on NBC in 1966.
Be Real with JR Digs is a 13-part Canadian television series which premiered on September 20, 2006 on TVtropolis. Produced by Mountain Road Productions Be Real is the TV show that spontaneously turns regular people's ordinary lives into their very own reality TV show. It is the ultimate in Reality TV - nothing planned, nothing scripted just a regular person, a director to guide them, and the day that lies ahead.
Follow America's most recognized auto-racing celebrity, Dale Earnhardt Jr., and his wife (and interior designer) Amy, as they restore a vintage home in a historic portion of Key West.
Sinbad Jr. and his Magic Belt, is a series of 5-minute cartoons which originally aired between 1965-1966, produced by Hanna-Barbera studios for the American International Television division of American International Pictures, and were shown during a half-hour cartoon. Sinbad Jr. is the son of Sinbad, the famous sea explorer. He becomes superhuman getting his power from his magic belt. His first mate is the funny and loyal assistant Salty the Parrot. Matheson and Blanc were the voices used in the Hanna-Barbera versions. Sinbad Jr., the Sailor was originally titled The Adventures of Sinbad, Jr. and produced for American International Television by Sam Singer. In an effort to improve the quality of the animation, production of the 1965 syndicated cartoons was taken over by Hanna-Barbera, making it one of the few cartoons to be produced by two different studios. It was renamed Sinbad Jr., the Sailor out of deference to the 1962 Toei Studios feature-length cartoon, Adventures of Sinbad. The rights to the series are now owned by AIP successor Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, the studio where the Hanna-Barbera team got its start.