Sumner Murray Redstone (né Rothstein; May 27, 1923 – August 11, 2020) was an American billionaire businessman and media magnate.He is the founder and chairman of the second incarnation of Viacom which was dissolved in 2019 (a year before Redstone's death) and was the majority owner and chairman of the National Amusements theater chain.
Harold Krents. Harold Eliot "Hal" Krents was a blind American lawyer, author, and activist. He is most known for the two movies based on his life: To Race the Wind, based on his autobiography, and Butterflies are Free based on a play of the same name.
Co-production with Sweetum Productions and Viacom Productions: Bob: CBS: 1992-1993: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Syndication: 1993-1999: Based on the 1966 series and its spin off by Desilu and Paramount Television The Untouchables: Syndication: 1993-1994
Legends (aka VH1's Legends) is a music biography television series on VH1.Originally sponsored by AT&T Corporation, this series documents those artists (living or dead) who have made a significant contribution to music history to be profiled on the show (as opposed to VH1's companion series, Behind The Music, which profiles mostly moderately significant artists).
Mayor of the Sunset Strip marks the first feature film Perna has produced. Perna began his producing journey in development at Viacom Productions for Daniel L. Paulson. He soon went on to produce, co-direct and star in the internationally acclaimed short Changes of Distance, which was screened and won awards at numerous international film ...
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ABC. Original release. May 30. ( 1992-05-30) –. July 4, 1992. ( 1992-07-04) Julie is an American sitcom starring Julie Andrews which aired on ABC from May 30 to July 4, 1992. Blake Edwards, Andrews' husband, was the director and executive producer of the series.
The series was developed for television by Dean Hargrove and Joel Steiger, and produced by The Fred Silverman Company and Dean Hargrove Productions in association with Viacom Productions.
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The show features a Catholic priest, Father Dowling, who solves murders, abductions and other mysteries in his Chicago parish, assisted by a young streetwise nun, Sister Stephanie, in spite of hindrance from the Bishop's representative, Father Prestwick. The show is based upon characters created by Ralph McInerny in a series of mystery novels; but neither the pilot TV movie nor the subsequent regular season episodes are actual adaptations of any of McInerny's stories. The show was also heavily influenced by G.K. Chesterton's Father Brown novels. Many consider the series to be an Americanized version of Father Brown rather than an adaptation of McInerny's works. When asked, few are aware that the series is not based on the Father Brown books, but on McInerny's stories. The series was developed for television by Dean Hargrove and Joel Steiger, and produced by The Fred Silverman Company and Dean Hargrove Productions in association with Viacom Productions.
Father Francis ("Frank") Dowling is a Catholic priest who continually stumbles upon murders, abductions and other crimes in his parish (the fictional Parish of St Michael's) in Chicago, Illinois. Because of the Chicago connection, many of the cases are mob-related. His legal first name of Francis is revealed in the episode The Movie Mystery, when he's talking to the detective in charge of the case. Fr. Frank is assisted by Sister Stephanie ("Steve") Oskowski, a nun assigned to the parish to minister to its members. It is Sr. Steve who does much of the legwork in the investigations. She's a streetwise nun with a Polish surname who grew up in a rough housing project in the diocese. She can hotwire a car, and pick any lock, among other things. Because she knows the "language of the streets" she uses this to her advantage (not just when investigating a mystery, but also in her ministry). Although she is much younger than Father Frank, the two work smoothly together as a team. He is not...
After its first season, NBC cancelled the show. It was picked up by ABC and aired for two more seasons. In total, Father Dowling Mysteriescomprises a 2-hour TV movie plus 43 one-hour episodes.
Lovece, Frank, The Television Yearbook: Complete, Detailed Listings for the 1990-1991 Season (Putnam / Perigee, 1991) ISBN 0-399-51702-2Father Dowling Mysteries at IMDbFather Dowling Mysteries at epguides.com
Susan Odin was born on January 5, 1942 as Susan Mary Odin. She was married to Charles R. Rondeau. (a spoof on THRUSH but whose acronym was never explained). She is orderly, organized, systematic and controlled, and once committed - she employs decisive and methodical steps to problems solving, without giving up easily.
Sep 27, 1996 · Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: TV Tango is your complete reference guide for Sabrina, the Teenage Witch. Episode listings, photos, DVDs, videos, downloads, show information, links and much more.