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The following page is a list of episodes of The Absurd and Radical Movie Show that have been produced for RKO Comedy since 1992.

Season 1 (August 2, 1992-July 25, 1993)[]

Ep. # Featured film Original airdate
101 That Darn Cat!
(1965, Color, Walt Disney Productions)
August 2, 1992
A woman is kidnapped. While in captivity, she manages to send a message out with a wandering cat. The cat's owner calls the FBI. The FBI tries to follow the cat. Jealous boyfriends and nosy neighbours also get in the act.

First appearance of the TV3 logo puppets and the evil soda can.

102 Xanadu
(1980, Color, Universal Pictures)
August 9, 1992
(Short: Looney Tunes: "Herr Meets Hare" (1945)) The Greek muses incarnate themselves on Earth to inspire men to achieve. One of them, incarnated as a girl named Kira, encounters an artist named Sonny Malone. With the help of Danny McGuire, a man Kira had inspired forty years earlier, Sonny builds a huge disco roller rink.
103 The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother
(1975, Color, 20th Century Fox)
August 16, 1992
The younger brother of the consulting detective tries to steal Sherlock's glory by solving an important case assisted by an eccentric Scotland Yard detective and a lovely but suspicious actress.
104 The Elephant Man
(1980, Black and White, Paramount Pictures)
August 23, 1992
A Victorian surgeon rescues a heavily disfigured man who is mistreated while scraping a living as a side-show freak. Behind his monstrous facade, there is revealed a person of intelligence and sensitivity.
105 Psycho
(1960, Black and White, Paramount Pictures)
August 30, 1992
Phoenix officeworker Marion Crane is fed up with the way life has treated her. She has to meet her lover Sam in lunch breaks and they cannot get married because Sam has to give most of his money away in alimony. One Friday Marion is trusted to bank $40,000 by her employer. Seeing the opportunity to take the money and start a new life, Marion leaves town and heads towards Sam's California store. Tired after the long drive and caught in a storm, she gets off the main highway and pulls into The Bates Motel. The motel is managed by a quiet young man called Norman who seems to be dominated by his mother.
106 The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer
(1947, Black and White, RKO Radio Pictures)
September 6, 1992
(Short: Merrie Melodies: "The Foxy Duckling" (1947)) Teenaged Susan Turner, with a severe crush on playboy artist Richard Nugent, sneaks into his apartment to model for him and is found there by her sister Judge Margaret Turner. Threatened with jail, Nugent agrees to date Susan until the crush abates. He counters Susan's comic false sophistication by even more comic put-on teenage mannerisms, with a slapstick climax.
107 The Young Lions
(1958, Black and White, 20th Century Fox)
September 13, 1992
The destiny of three soldiers during World War II. The German officer Christian Diestl approves less and less of the war. Jewish-American Noah Ackerman deals with antisemitism at home and in the army while entertainer Michael Whiteacre transforms from playboy to hero.
108 Smokey and the Bandit II
(1980, Color, Universal Pictures)
September 20, 1992
(Short: Looney Tunes: "The Grey Hounded Hare" (1949)) The Bandit goes on another cross-country run, transporting an elephant from Florida to Texas. And, once again, Sheriff Buford T. Justice is on his tail.
109 Fast Times at Ridgemont High
(1982, Color, Universal Pictures)
September 27, 1992
(Short: Heckle and Jeckle: "The Talking Magpies" (1946)) Brad Hamilton is a popular senior who is looking forward to his last year of school and almost has his 1960 Buick LeSabre paid off. He has a part-time job at a burger joint where his girlfriend, Lisa, also works. He is pondering how to end his relationship with Lisa so he can play the field during his senior year. The first episode of this show to feature a Terrytoon.
110 Destination Tokyo
(1942, Black and White, Warner Bros. Pictures)
October 4, 1992
In order to provide information for the first air raid over Tokyo, a U.S. submarine sneaks into Tokyo Bay and places a spy team ashore.
111 Grand Hotel
(1932, Black and White, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
October 11, 1992
(Short: Color Rhapsodies: "A Boy, a Gun and Birds" (1940)) Doctor Otternschlag, a disfigured veteran of World War I and a permanent resident of the Grand Hotel in Berlin, wryly observes, "People come and go. Nothing ever happens," after which a great deal transpires. Baron Felix von Geigern, who squandered his fortune and supports himself as a card player and occasional jewel thief, befriends Otto Kringelein, a meek accountant who, having discovered he is dying, has decided to spend his remaining days in the lap of luxury. The first episode to feature a film that won an Oscar for Best Picture and the first episode to feature a Screen Gems cartoon on the show.
112 Mary Poppins
(1964, Color, Walt Disney Productions)
October 18, 1992
A spoiled and bored upper crust Edwardian English family have their world turned upside down by an all nonsensical nanny who teaches them how to enjoy life. This musical movie has both comedy and pathos and lots of imaginative scenes that are wonderful for adults and children alike. You'll be singing along in no time..."in the most delightful way!"
113 It's a Wonderful Life
(1946, Black and White, RKO-Liberty)
October 25, 1992
(Training Video: Camouflage (1944)) In Bedford Falls, New York, on Christmas Eve, George Bailey is deeply troubled and suicidal. Prayers for his well-being from friends and family reach Heaven. Clarence Odbody, Angel 2nd Class, is assigned to visit Earth to save George, thereby earning his wings. Franklin and Joseph, the head angels, review George's life with Clarence. This is the first episode to feature a training video.
114 Freaky Friday
(1976, Color, Walt Disney Productions)
November 1, 1992
(Short: Donald Duck: "Up a Tree" (1955)) Schoolgirl Annabel is hassled by her mother, and Mrs. Andrews is annoyed with her daughter, Annabel. They both think that the other has an easy life. On a normal Friday morning, both complain about each other and wish they could have the easy life of their daughter/mother for just one day and their wishes come true as a bit of magic puts Annabel in Mrs. Andrews' body and vice versa. They both have a Freaky Friday. The first episode in this show to feature a Disney cartoon.
115 The Great Ziegfeld
(1936, Black and White, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
November 8, 1992
At the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, sideshow barker Flo Ziegfeld turns the tables on his more successful neighbor Billings, and steals his girlfriend to boot. This pattern is repeated throughout their lives, as Ziegfeld makes and loses many fortunes putting on ever bigger, more spectacular shows (sections of which appear in the film). French revue star Anna Held becomes his first wife, but it's not easy being married to the man who "glorified the American girl." Late in life, now married to Billie Burke, he seems to be all washed up.
116 Call Me Bwana
(1963, Color, Eon Productions-United Artists, United Kingdom)
November 15, 1992
A British Movie Special! (Short: Adam (1991)) Bob Hope plays a New York writer who has passed off his uncle's memoirs of explorations in Africa as his own. Hope lives his false reputation as a great white hunter to the point of living in a Manhattan apartment furnished to look like an African safari lodge complete with sound effects records of African fauna. The first episode of this show to feature an Aardman short.
117 The Cock-Eyed World
(1929, Black and White, Fox Film Corporation)
November 22, 1992
Two Marines who spend their lives battling each other find themselves stationed in Russia, where they fight over a sexy Russian girl; from there they go to Brooklyn, where they both set their sights on a pretty blonde who flirts outrageously with both of them; and finally they wind up in a South American country where they fight for the favors of a beautiful senorita and try to put down a rebellion by the locals at the same time.
118 The House of Rothschild
(1934, Black and White, 20th Century Pictures-United Artists)
November 29, 1992
(Short: Looney Tunes: "Sinkin' in the Bathtub" (1930)) That begins at the home of Mayer Amschel Rothschild (1744-1812) and his wife Guttle Schnapper (1770–1812). As one of their sons sees the taxman coming, they hurry and hide their wealth, including currency, silver, etc. The first episode to feature a Warner Bros. cartoon reissued by Sunset Production in the 1950s (B&W).
119 The Black Hole
(1979, Color, Walt Disney Productions)
December 6, 1992
(Short: Goofy: "No Smoking" (1951)) It is the year 2130 A.D. An Earth exploratory ship, the USS Palomino, discovers a black hole with a lost ship, the USS Cygnus, just outside its event horizon. Deciding to solve the mystery of the Cygnus are: the Palomino's Captain, Dan Holland; his First Officer, Lieutenant Charlie Pizer; journalist Harry Booth; scientist and ESP-sensitive Dr. Kate McCrae, whose father was the Cygnus's First Officer; Dr. Alex Durant, the expedition's civilian leader; and the robot known as V.I.N.CENT. The Palomino attempts a dangerous fly-by of the darkened ship. As they come within close range of it, the buffeting they experience (due to the black hole's gravity) suddenly ceases. They bring more instruments to bear on the derelict, but do not even realize the gravity-free zone is artificial; slipping outside it, they are almost drawn into the black hole, an abyss from which no one can escape. Matters worsen when Reinhardt holds the crew captive, after realizing that they can help him reach his goal.
120 Baby Boom
(1987, Color, United Artists Pictures)
December 13, 1992
(Educational Film: How the First Letter Was Written (1970)) J.C. Wiatt is a driven Manhattan career woman typical of the 1980s whose fast-paced life leaves her with no time for romance or relaxation (or as the narrator in the beginning puts it she works "5 to 9".) , though she derives pleasure from her frantic schedule and demanding job. She works as a management consultant and lives with an investment banker, whose job and life are likewise hectic. Her life is thrown into turmoil when she inherits a toddler, Elizabeth, from a deceased cousin whom she hadn't seen since 1954. First episode to feature the 1980s United Artists movie on the show (later appeared in syndication) and the first episode to feature an educational film.
121 The Aunt from Chicago
(I theia ap' to Chicago)
(1957, Black and White, Finos Films, Greece)
December 20, 1992
(Educational Film: City of Gold (1957)) A middle-aged man's conservative life is disturbed, when his sister returns to Greece, after many years in Chicago. Her arrival breaths new air to the family, and some extreme ideas of how to get her shy nieces to marry.
122 A Christmas Story
(1983, Color, MGM/UA Entertainment Co.)
December 27, 1992
A Winter Special! (Short: The Spirit of Christmas: "Jesus vs. Frosty" (1992)) Nine-year-old Ralphie Parker wants only one thing for Christmas: a Red Ryder Carbine Action 200-shot Range Model air rifle with a compass in the stock and "this thing which tells time". Ralphie's desire is refuted with his mother, his teacher Miss Shields, and even a department store Santa Claus, all giving him the same warning: "you'll shoot your eye out". The first episode to use an all-new cartoon on a show.

NOTE: The Spirit of Christmas is a precursor to the Comedy Central's South Park.

123 Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation
(1992, Color, Direct-To-Video, Amblin Entertainment/Warner Bros. Animation)
January 3, 1993
(Short: Merrie Melodies: "A Wild Hare" (1940)) The Tiny Toon Adventures characters leave for their summer vacations after their term at Acme Looniversity ends. Babs and Buster Bunny have a water pistol fight, which eventually escalates into their flooding Acme Acres. The bunnies, along with Byron Basset, float from flooded Acme Acres down to the southern United States, where they continuously avoid getting eaten by the river's residents. This is the world TV premiere of the film and the first episode to have a direct-to-video film on the show and the first episode to have an all-cartoon movie on the show.
124 The BFG
(1989, Color, Cosgrove Hall Films, United Kingdom)
January 10, 1993
(Educational Film: The Fight: Science Against Cancer (1950)) Sophie is snatched from her orphanage early one morning by the BFG (Big Friendly Giant), whom she witnesses engaged in mysterious activities, and whisked away to Giant Country. She is soon put at ease, as she learns that BFG's job is to collect, catalogue and deliver pleasant dreams to children. She joins him that night, but the mean giants follow them, planning to eat the children. Sophie enlists the help of the Queen, by making up a dream for her, and with the backing of the armed forces, they defeat the mean giants.
125 The Robe
(1953, Color, 20th Century Fox)
January 17, 1993
(Newsreel: Fox Movietone News: "The Robe" (1953)) Marcellus Gallio, son of an important Roman senator and himself a military tribune begins the film in a prologue that introduces the viewer to the might and scope of the Roman empire. He is notorious as a ladies’ man, but he is captivated by the reappearance of a childhood sweetheart Diana, ward of the Emperor Tiberius . Diana is unofficially pledged in marriage to Tiberius' regent, Caligula. This is the first episode to use a CinemaScope movie and the first to use a newsreel.

NOTE: Both the newsreel and the film appeared on The Fox DVD of the Robe.

126 I'm Gonna Git You Sucka
(1988, Color, United Artists-Ivory Way Productions)
January 24, 1993
(Short: Merrie Melodies: "Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs" (1943)) Jack Spade returns from the Army to his old neighborhood following the death of his brother, Junebug. The police determine Junebug's death to be the result of an "OG", or "Over Gold" — the victim has overdosed on gold chains. A brief image of Junebug is shown featuring him covered, head-to-toe, with gold chains. When not distracted by his old girlfriend and Junebug's wife Cheryl, Jack seeks revenge for his brother's death. This is the first Censored 11 on the show. Footage of a banned Hawaii Five-O episode called "Bored She Hung Herself" is shown on the episode.

NOTE: This episode is banned from the 2012 The Absurd and Radical Movie Show 20th Anniversary Edition DVD.

127 The Mark of Zorro
(1920, Black and White, United Artists)
January 31, 1993
(Short: "Forbidden Passage" (1941)) In old Spanish California, the oppressive colonial government is opposed by Zorro, masked champion of the people, who appears out of nowhere with flashing sword and an athletic sense of humor, scarring the faces of evildoers with his Mark. Meanwhile, beautiful Lolita is courted by villainous Captain Ramon, rich but effete Don Diego... and dashing Zorro, who is never seen at the same time as Don Diego. As Zorro continues to evade pursuit, Ramon puts the damsel in distress.
128 The Tall Guy
(1989, Color, Working Title Films/Virgin Vision/London Weekend Television, United Kingdom)
February 7, 1993
(Short: Popeye the Sailor: "The Island Fling" (1946)) Dexter King, an American actor working in London and living platonically in Camden Town with his "educated, charming...nymphomaniac" landlady. He's just finished his sixth year playing "The Tall Guy", a straight man in a two-man, long-running comedy revue starring (and dominated by) Ron Anderson, playing a role based on himself). The first episode in this show to feature a Famous Studios cartoon.
129 Cooley High
(1975, Color, American International Pictures)
February 14, 1993
(Short: Looney Tunes: "Angel Puss" (1944)) The story explores the adventures and relationships of Leroy "Preach" Jackson and Richard "Cochise" Morris, two black high school students at Edwin G. Cooley High School, in Chicago, during the 1960s whose carefree lives take a turn for the worse through several twists of fate, including violent carjacking friends, drugs, failing grades, and girls.

NOTE: Like Episode 26, this is banned from the 2012 The Absurd and Radical Movie Show 20th Anniversary Edition DVD.

130 The Killers
(1946, Black and White, Universal Pictures)
February 21, 1993
(Short: Merrie Melodies: "Daffy Doodles" (1946)) Two professional killers invade a small town and kill a gas station attendant, "the Swede," who's expecting them. Insurance investigator Reardon pursues the case against the orders of his boss, who considers it trivial. Weaving together threads of the Swede's life, Reardon uncovers a complex tale of treachery and crime, all linked with gorgeous, mysterious Kitty Collins.
131 UHF
(1989, Color, Orion Pictures Corporation)
February 28, 1993
(Short: Merrie Melodies: "Wideo Wabbit" (1956)) George Newman daydreaming about him parodying Raiders of the Lost Ark while working a shift at Big Edna's Burger World. He is interrupted by his roommate and best friend, Bob , who also works with him at Big Edna's. When Bob mentions that he hopes "Big Edna" doesn't notice some burnt fries, George starts to insult her, and gets both him and Bob fired.
132 Walking, Walking
(Cammina, Cammina)
(1983, Color, RAI, Italy)
March 7, 1993
Ermanno Olmi has recreated the journey of the Magi as it might have been enacted by a village full of Italian peasants. Some refuse to make the trip; some drop out grumbling along the way; some persevere in search of a miracle - and all for the best of reasons. Olmi knows the strengths and limitations of the human spirit, ancient or contemporary, and fills his sublime and haunting pageant with suspense, gentle comedy, and ironic climax. This is a biblical story for our time, etched in a visual style as clear and mysterious as faith itself. What a tragedy that this towering film is virtually unknown in the United States except for presentations at a few international film festivals.
133 Gandhi
(1982, Color, Columbia Pictures)
March 14, 1993
(Short: Looney Tunes: "Box-Office Bunny" (1990)) The film begins with Gandhi's assassination on 30 January 1948, and his funeral. After an evening prayer, an elderly Gandhi is helped out for his evening walk to meet a large number of greeters and admirers. One of these visitors—Nathuram Godse—shoots him point blank in the chest. Gandhi exclaims, "Oh, God!" ("Hē Ram!" historically), and then falls dead. The film then cuts to a huge procession at his funeral, which is attended by dignitaries from around the world.

This was the first episode to feature a "stinger" (an amusing moment from the film) following the closing credits.

134 Night Shift
(1982, Color, Ladd-WB)
March 21, 1993
(Short: Looney Tunes: Fast and Furry-ous" (1949)) Chuck, formerly a successful stockbroker, has found a refuge from the ulcer-inducing Wall Street rat race in his job as an attendant at the New York City morgue. His displeasure at being "promoted" to night shift supervisor to make room for his boss's nephew is exacerbated by the irrational exuberance of Bill "Blaze" Blazejowski, his new coworker. However, both men are inspired by the plight of Chuck's prostitute neighbor, Belinda, to apply Chuck's M.B.A. education and Bill's entrepreneurial spirit to open a prostitution service with headquarters at the morgue.
135 Alice's Restaurant
(1969, Color, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
March 28, 1993
Arlo Guthrie's song is converted into a motion picture. Arlo goes to see Alice for Thanksgivng and as a favor takes her trash to the dump. When the dump is closed, he drops it on top of another pile of garbage at the bottom of a ravine. When the local sheriff finds out a major manhunt begins. Arlo manages to survive the courtroom experience but it haunts him when he is to be inducted into the army via the draft. The movie follows the song with Arlo's voice over as both music and narration.
136 The Big Chill
(1983, Color, Columbia Pictures-Carson Productions Group Ltd.)
April 4, 1993
(Short: Woody Woodpecker: "Pantry Panic" (1941)) Harold Cooper is bathing his young son when his doctor/wife, Sarah, receives a phone call at their Richmond home telling her that their friend, Alex, has committed suicide by slashing his wrists in the bathtub of their vacation house in South Carolina, where he has been staying. This is the first episode in this show to feature a Walter Lantz cartoon.
137 The Blue Veil
(1951, Black and White, RKO Radio Pictures)
April 11, 1993
Louise Mason is a young widow who fills her empty life with the task of becoming a children's nurse. As the years pass, and the widow tries to find her own place in life, her young charges, the children of various employers, grow and soon find themselves ready to face the world. When it seems that she will be alone, the nurse finds that her 'children' have ideas of their own in regards to helping their beloved mentor.
138 Logan's Run
(1976, Color, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
April 18, 1993
(Short: Droopy: "Droopy's Good Deed" (1951) In the year 2274, the remnants of human civilization live in a sealed domed city, a utopia run by a computer that takes care of all aspects of their life, including reproduction. The citizens live a hedonistic lifestyle but understand that in order to maintain the city, every resident when they reach the age of 30 must undergo the ritual of "Carrousel". There, they are vaporized and ostensibly "Renewed." To track this, they are implanted at birth with a "life-clock" crystal in the palm of their hand that changes colors as they approach their "Last Day." This is the first MGM carrtoon appeared on the show.
139 Day of the Dead
(1985, Color, Laurel-UFDC)
April 25, 1993
(Educational Film: Ghost Rider (1982) A young woman getting up to mark a day on a wall calendar with a red X (the calendar already having a number of days marked this way). As she reaches the calendar, dead hands punch through the brick wall and reach for her. She awakens in fright, zombies have overrun the entire world.
140 Male and Female
(1919, Black and White, Paramount Pictures)
May 2, 1993
Lord Brockelhurst, his unwilling betrothed Lady Mary, his butler Crichton and scullery maid Tweeny are on Lord Loam's yacht which is wrecked leaving them all to cope on a desert island. Class distinctions fall apart for the time being.
141 1941
(1979, Color, Columbia-Universal)
May 9, 1993
(Short: Looney Tunes: "Well Worn Daffy" (1965)) On Saturday, December 13, 1941 at 7:01 a.m., a woman goes swimming somewhere on the California coast, only to find a Japanese submarine surfacing beneath her. The submarine crew believes they have arrived in Hollywood, and the vessel submerges while the woman swims to safety.

Later that morning, a 10th Armored Division tank crew, consisting of Sergeant Frank Tree, Corporal Chuck Sitarski, and Privates Foley, Reese, and Henshaw, are at a restaurant where dishwasher Wally Stephens works. Wally is planning to enter a dance contest with Betty Douglas, against the wishes of Ward, her father. Sitarski takes an instant dislike to Wally, particularly his civilian attire, and trips him. A fight ensues, leading to Wally losing his job. Wally later takes his friend Dennis shopping for a zoot suit and steals one.

142 The Broadway Melody
(1929, Black and White, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
May 16, 1993
The plot involves the romances of musical comedy stars, set against the backstage hubbub of a Broadway revue. Anita Page and Bessie Love play a vaudeville sister act who have come to New York for their big break on Broadway. Charles King plays the song-and-dance man whose affection for one sister (Harriet alias Hank) is supplanted by his growing love for the younger, more beautiful sister (Queenie). Queenie tries to protect her sister and derail the love triangle by dating a wealthy but unscrupulous "stage door Johnny."
143 Pray TV
(1980, Color, Filmways Pictures)
May 23, 1993
(Short: The Pink Panther: "Pink DaVinci" (1975)) Failing UHF TV station KRUD, Channel 17, is "reborn" as Christian television station KGOD. The new format is a big success but attracts an incompatible mix of fringe ministries and broadcasters wanting time on the station. A series of humorous vignettes show the different religious shows the station broadcasts: a faith healer, a radical black nationalist preacher, a preacher with a drive-in church, a Christian game show, etc. This is the first episode to feature the Pink Panther cartoon on the show.

NOTE: The end credits and the stinger is in a Goudy Old Style font, which is become standardized for Seasons 2 and 3.

144 THX 1138
(1971, Color, WB-American Zoetrope)
May 30, 1993
In a city of the future, use of mind-altering drugs is mandatory and sexual intercourse is prohibited. Drugs are critical both in maintaining compliance among the city's residents and also for ensuring their ability to conduct dangerous and demanding tasks for long periods of time. Everyone is clothed in the same white work clothes all the time, except the chrome-faced police androids who wear black, and robe-wearing monks. At their jobs in central video CCTV control centers, SEN 5241 (a man) and LUH 3417 (a woman) keep surveillance on the city. On LUH's face there can be seen clear signs of some emotional distress.

LUH has a male roommate, THX 1138. The two share "nothing but space". He works in a factory producing androids that function as police officers. The work is hazardous as it requires handling explosive and radioactive material. He leaves the job after his shift has ended, while the loudspeakers urge the workers to "increase safety", and congratulate them on their record of "only losing 195 workers" in the last period, to the competing factory's 242.

NOTE: The standard theme song is not shown, instead shows a different arrangement of the theme song.

145 Where the Boys Are '84
(1984, Color, ITC-Tri-Star)
June 6, 1993
(Short: Joe McDoakes: So You Want to Buy a Used Car (1951) Four co-eds from snowbound Penmore College head to Fort Lauderdale, Florida for spring break: Carole (Lorna Luft) taking a separate vacation from her steady boyfriend, winds up as a hot contender in a "Hot Bod Contest"; Jennie (Lisa Hartman) is doubly lucky, courted by both a rich classical pianist and a devil-may-care rocker; Sandra (Wendy Schaal) looking for the Mr. Right who will finally satisfy her; and Laurie (Lynn-Holly Johnson) dreams of a night of unbridled passion with a real he-man. This is the first WB live-action short subject appeared on the show.
146 Blazing Saddles
(1974, Color, Warner Bros.)
June 13, 1993
In the American Old West of 1874, construction on a new railroad led by Lyle runs into quicksand. The route has to be changed, which will require it to go through Rock Ridge, a frontier town where everyone has the last name of "Johnson" (including a "Howard Johnson," a "Dr. Samuel Johnson," a "Van Johnson" and an "Olson N. Johnson"). The conniving State Attorney General Hedley Lamarr wants to buy the land along the new railroad route cheaply by driving out the townspeople. He sends a gang of thugs, led by his flunky assistant Taggart, to scare them away, prompting the townsfolk to demand that Governor William J. Le Petomane appoint a new sheriff. Lamarr persuades the dim-witted Le Petomane to select Bart , a black railroad worker who was about to be hanged, as he believes a black lawman will so offend the townspeople that they will either abandon Rock Ridge or lynch the new sheriff, with either result paving the way for him to take over the town.
147 Patton
(1970, Color, Twentieth Century Fox)
June 20, 1993
(Short: Looney Tunes: Tweet and Sour (1956) The film's beginning has General George S. Patton giving a speech to an unseen audience of American troops (based on his speech to the Third Army), with a huge American flag in the background. The scene then shifts to North Africa at the start of 1943, where Patton takes charge of the demoralized American II Corps in North Africa after the humiliating defeat at the Battle of the Kasserine Pass. After instilling discipline in his soldiers, he leads them to victory at the Battle of El Guettar, though he is bitterly disappointed to learn afterward that Erwin Rommel, whom he respects greatly as a general, was not his opponent. Patton's aide, Captain Jenson, is killed in the battle and replaced by Lieutenant Colonel Codman who assures Patton that, though Rommel was absent, that if Patton defeated Rommel's plan, then he defeated Rommel.
148 Caddyshack
(1980, Color, Orion-WB)
June 27, 1993
(Short: Looney Tunes: From A to Z-Z-Z-Z (1954)) Danny Noonan works as a caddy at the upscale Bushwood Country Club to raise enough money to go to college. Danny regularly caddies for Ty Webb, an exceptional golfer and the free-spirited playboy son of one of Bushwood's co-founders. Danny decides to gain favor with Judge Elihu Smails, the country club's stodgy co-founder and director of the Caddy Scholarship program, by caddying for him. Meanwhile, Bushwood's head greenskeeper is pressured by Smails to deal with a potentially disastrous gopher infestation, and entrusts his dubiously qualified assistant Carl Spackler with the task.

Season 2 (August 1, 1993-July 31, 1994)[]

Season 3 (August 7, 1994-July 30, 1995)[]

Season 4 (August 6, 1995-July 28, 1996)[]

Season 5 (August 4, 1996-July 27, 1997)[]

Season 6 (August 3, 1997-July 26, 1998)[]

Season 7 (August 2, 1998-July 25, 1999)[]

Season 8 (August 1, 1999-July 30, 2000)[]

Season 9 (August 6, 2000-July 29, 2001)[]

Season 10 (August 5, 2001-July 28, 2002)[]