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The Green Hornet

Hornet Save Thyself

As a surprise birthday party begins for Britt, a gift gun given as a present to Britt, seemingly shoots by itself fatally terminating ex-employee Eddie Rech, almost puts Britt in jail. 

The Green Hornet

The Silent Gun

In this premiere episode, Dave Bannister is shot at a funeral with 20 witnesses present and not a shot was heard, not even from the Green Hornet's friend, the District Attorney, who was also attending. A messenger from a Brokerage House, carrying $5000 in 

Adventures of Superman

The Gentle Monster

A kind professor's robot is stolen by racketeers, who use it to their advantage. The robot's power unit uses Kryptonite. 

Adventures of Superman

Superman's Wife

Superman proposes to a beautiful blonde sergeant on the police force. Lois is heartbroken, but reports the story. A gang leader kidnaps Mrs. Superman. 


The Wail of the Siren

Using her hypnotic voice, the Siren sends Commissioner Gordon on a mission to find the location of the Batcave and Batman's secret identity. 


The Unkindest Tut of All

After being hit on the head, Nabob of the Nile returns as King Tut, under the guise as a public crime predictor and secret crime perpetrator. When he discovers the Batcave is under Wayne Manor, he threatens to unveil Batman's secret identity. 

Travel Thru History


"We’ll find out why they called Minneapolis the “Mill City” when we visit the Mill City Museum. Then we march over to the Union’s Fort Snelling, the first permanent structure in Minnesota, and then head underground and learn about St. Paul’s organized crime hide outs." 

Science Zone, The


Hidden Heroes


Hidden Heroes


Walking Wild

Bears & Animals from Australia




Adventures of Superman

Three in One

A circus is forced to close because two performers steal the operational funds. Superman is arrested for the crime. 

Adventures of Superman

The Brainy Burro

Lois and Jimmy investigate a Mexican story of a burro who can read minds. Crooks use the burro to rob a bank. 

The Untouchables

Ain't We Got Fun?

The Chicago mobsters are branching out from liquor, going into the numbers racket, call girls, gambling and dope. One of the most successful gangsters is "Big" Jim Harrington. Harrington seizes control of a nightclub, taking its brash young comic under hi 

The Untouchables

Vincent "Mad Dog" Coll

In Churchill Downs, the entries for the Kentucky Derby are closed. Tight-fisted Dutch Schultz, beer baron of the Bronx, places a bet with the syndicate: $100,000 in the Winter-book on Enchantment to win the Kentucky Derby. 

The Untouchables

Mexican Stake-Out

In 32 hours, Judge McGinnis will consider evidence against Chicago racketeer Theodore Newberry, owner of gambling parlors, speakeasies and houses of prostitution. Ness and his men had been working on the case for a year. 

The Untouchables

The Artichoke King

Every 48 hours, more than 25 million pounds of fruits and vegetables stream into New York City; this multi-million dollar business is the target of gangsters. Eliot Ness and his Untouchables have recently been brought to New York. 

The Untouchables

The Tri-State Gang

In the latter part of 1933, there was an epidemic of truck hijackings in the states of Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania; this was the work of six gangsters: the Tri-State Gang. Tonight, in Richmond, Virginia, they're hijacking a truckload of radios. 

The Untouchables

The Dutch Schultz Story

One of the toughest mobsters in New York City is Dutch Schultz. He and his mob were responsible for more than 100 murders. Dutch is into every racket: liquor, narcotics, labor shakedowns, the numbers, selling protection. 

The Untouchables

You Can't Pick the Number

Chicago, October 1932. The depths of the Great Depression, marked by unemployment and poverty. The only chance some people felt they had to rise out of poverty, if only for a short time, was to win the lottery or at the punch-boards. 

The Untouchables

The Underground Railway

After serving two years of a life sentence at the Lewisburg Federal Prison in Pennsylvania for his part in the holdup of a Federal Reserve bank shipment, Frank Halloway is busting out, climbing over the wall. 

Star Trek

Wink of an Eye

When a landing party investigating Scalos begins to vanish one by one, Kirk, Spock and McCoy try to find out what is happening before more of the crew disappears. 

Star Trek: The Next Generation


Worf's foster brother violates the Prime Directive in an effort to save a doomed alien race. 

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Past Prologue

A reunion with a member of the Bajoran underground forces Kira to choose between her people and her duty as a Federation officer. 

Star Trek: Voyager


The Doctor falls in love with a Vidiian woman stricken by the deadly Phage. 

Star Trek: Enterprise


During a solo test mission on Shuttlepod 1, Trip is attacked by a territorial alien and forced to land on the night side of a moon. As he tries to contact Enterprise, he discovers his alien foe has made an emergency landing nearby. The two contend with each other as an extremely hot sun rises and threatens both their lives. 

The Dead Zone

Playing God

When Johnny is reunited with two close frineds from high school, one of whom is awaiting a heart transplant (Lochlyn Munro), he is tormented by a vision of the other (Ally Sheedy) becoming the donor. 

The Dead Zone


The death of Bruce's (John L. Adams) father, Pastor David Lewis (Louis Gosset Jr.), leads Bruce on an amazing journey down the road not taken. 

Mutant X


With the help of Mutant X, Jesse investigates an old flame, and her company's involvement in mutant locusts, GM corn, and a potential agricultural Armageddon. 

Mutant X

No Exit

A cybernetic mutant hacks into sanctuary and using video game characters and tactics, attempts to shutdown Mutant X and destroy their base.