Release Date: 1973-11-12
“Go! Greenman” is a thrilling tokusatsu TV series that aired from November 12, 1973, to September 27, 1974. Produced by Toho, it follows the adventures of a superhero named Greenman as he battles evil forces to protect the world. With its action-packed episodes and captivating storyline, this show is definitely a must-watch for fans of classic TV shows from 1973.
Lone Wolf and Cub
“Lone Wolf and Cub” is a captivating TV show set in 1973 that follows the story of Ogami Itto, a skilled swordsman who faces a tragic turn of events. After his wife and household are brutally murdered, Itto is wrongly accused of betrayal and forced to give up his prestigious position. Determined to seek justice and avenge his wife’s death, he embarks on a journey across the country with his infant son, Daigoro, in tow. With a talented cast including Kinnosuke Nakamura and Taketoshi Naitô, this gripping series promises thrilling sword fights, emotional depth, and a quest for redemption.
Ein Herz und eine Seele
“Ein Herz und eine Seele” is a beloved German sitcom that premiered on January 15, 1973, and ran for about twenty episodes until November 4, 1974. It was written by Wolfgang Menge and based on the British sitcom Till Death Us Do Part. Starring Heinz Schubert, Helga Feddersen, Hildegard Krekel, and Klaus Dahlen, this show was a huge hit during its initial run and continues to be popular in reruns. It even has two episodes, Silvesterpunsch and Rosenmontagszug, that are now traditional favorites on German TV, airing on New Year’s Eve and Rosenmontag respectively.”
“O Bem-Amado” is a Brazilian telenovela that aired in 1973 and was the first color telenovela in Brazil. Set in Rio de Janeiro, it revolves around the story of Odorico, played by Paulo Gracindo, who is a charismatic and eccentric mayor. With a talented cast including Lima Duarte and Zilka Salaberry, this show combines elements of love, mystery, and humor, making it a must-watch for fans of Brazilian television.
Scenes from a Marriage
“Scenes from a Marriage” is a captivating TV show from 1973 that revolves around the complex relationship of Johan and Marianne. Despite appearing to have a perfect life, their marriage is troubled, especially when Johan confesses to having an affair. As they navigate separation, divorce, and attempts at reconciliation, the lead actors Liv Ullmann and Erland Josephson deliver powerful performances that explore the deep bond and numerous obstacles that define their connection.
Clouds of War
“Clouds of War” is a captivating Polish series from 1973 that delves into the intriguing world of cloak and dagger. Set against the backdrop of the 70s, the show follows the dramatic struggle to maintain Polish Prussia, a feudal state dependent on the Republic since 1525. With talented lead actors Leonard Pietraszak and Ryszard Pietruski, this historical drama promises to keep you hooked from the very first episode. Tune in to witness the gripping battle for power and loyalty unfold on December 23, 1973.
“The Starlost” is a captivating sci-fi TV show that premiered on September 22, 1973. Set aboard a colossal spacecraft called The Ark, it follows the thrilling journey of its inhabitants who are unaware that they are actually living on a ship. With a talented cast including Keir Dullea, Robin Ward, Gay Rowan, and William Osler, this show is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat as you uncover the mysteries of The Ark.
“Ultraman Taro” is a thrilling sci-fi TV show that aired in 1973. It follows the story of Kotaro Higashi, a boxer who tragically loses his life but is resurrected by the Mother of Ultra as Ultraman Taro. With his newly acquired powers and skills, Taro returns to Earth during a time when a new era of kaiju monsters is emerging. Starring Saburo Shinoda, Tetsurô Sagawa, Peggy Hayama, Akira Nagoya, and Keiko Ono, this action-packed series is a must-watch for fans of the Ultra Brothers franchise.
Seventeen Moments of Spring
“Seventeen Moments of Spring” is a captivating TV show that aired in 1973. Set during World War II, it follows a Soviet spy on a mission to disrupt negotiations between Karl Wolff and Allen Dulles in Switzerland. With talented actors Vyacheslav Tikhonov and Efim Kopelyan leading the way, this thrilling series offers a unique perspective on the efforts to forge a separate peace between Germany and the Western Allies.
Release Date: 1973-03-21
“Toma” is a gripping American crime drama series that aired on ABC from 1973 to 1974. Starring Tony Musante, the show follows the thrilling adventures of a determined detective as he tackles various criminal cases. With its release in March 1973, “Toma” quickly became one of the best-voted TV shows of that year.
The Water Margin
“The Water Margin” is a captivating Japanese TV series that aired in 1973. Based on a renowned Chinese novel, it takes us back to the Song Dynasty, where we follow the thrilling adventures of 108 outlaws. Led by Lin Chung, they challenge the local government official, Kao Chiu, in a tale filled with action, philosophy, and memorable quotes. With a talented cast and its release date in October 1973, this show is definitely worth checking out!
Release Date: 1973-07-02
“Match Game” is a beloved TV show that aired in 1973 and quickly became a hit. Hosted by Gene Rayburn, this five-day-a-week syndicated game show featured two contestants who competed to match fill-in-the-blank phrases with those of the celebrities, including Richard Dawson, Brett Somers, and Charles Nelson Reilly. With its entertaining format and witty banter, “Match Game” was a must-watch for fans of game shows in the ’70s.
“Teskedsgumman” is a delightful TV show that aired in 1973 and was one of the best voted shows of that year. Starring Birgitta Andersson, Carl-Gustaf Lindstedt, Brigitta Steenhouwer, Silvija Bardh, and Jane Nordahl, this charming series follows the adventures of its titular character. While the official description is not provided, we can expect a heartwarming and entertaining storyline from this beloved show.
“The Wombles” is a charming stop-motion animated British TV series that aired from 1973 to 1975. It follows the adventures of lovable creatures called Wombles, who live in Wimbledon Common and have a knack for recycling and cleaning up the environment. The show features the talented voice acting of Bernard Cribbins and showcases the creative work of Graham Clutterbuck and Ivor Wood. With its delightful characters and important message about taking care of our planet, “The Wombles” is a timeless classic that has captured the hearts of viewers for decades.
The New Perry Mason
“The New Perry Mason” is a revival of the popular TV series from 1973, based on Erle Stanley Gardner’s brilliant defense attorney. Starring Monte Markham, Sharon Acker, Albert Stratton, Harry Guardino, and Dane Clark, this show brings back the beloved character in a fresh and exciting way. Get ready to dive into the world of courtroom drama as Perry Mason fights for justice once again.
Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em
“Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em” is a hilarious TV show from 1973 that follows the adventures of Frank Spencer, a well-meaning but accident-prone young man. Starring Michael Crawford and Michele Dotrice, this comedy series is sure to keep you entertained with Frank’s enthusiastic and often disastrous attempts to navigate through life. Tune in and get ready for a good laugh!”
Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads?
“Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads?” is a beloved British sitcom that aired from 1973 to 1974, following the success of its predecessor, “The Likely Lads.” Created by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais, the show features 26 episodes over two series, with a Christmas special in 1974. The story revolves around the lives of two friends, played by Rodney Bewes and James Bolam, and their humorous adventures in the changing times of the 1970s. It’s worth noting that the cast reunited for a radio adaptation in 1975 and even had a feature film spin-off in 1976. However, due to a misunderstanding involving the press, Bewes and Bolam have not spoken since, adding an intriguing layer to the show’s history.
“Barnaby Jones” is a captivating detective series that aired from January 28, 1973, to April 3, 1980. Starring Buddy Ebsen and Lee Meriwether as a father-in-law and daughter-in-law duo, the show follows their thrilling adventures as they run a private detective firm in Los Angeles. With the addition of Mark Shera to the cast, this midseason replacement quickly became one of the best-voted TV shows of 1973.
World on a Wire
“World on a Wire” is a captivating TV show from 1973 that follows cybernetics engineer Fred Stiller as he unravels a mind-boggling corporate conspiracy tied to a virtual reality computer project. With a stellar cast including Klaus Löwitsch, Mascha Rabben, and Karl-Heinz Vosgerau, this sci-fi thriller takes you on a thrilling journey through a world where nothing is as it seems. Get ready to be hooked from the moment it premiered on October 14, 1973.
The Snoop Sisters
“The Snoop Sisters” is a captivating American mystery TV show that aired in 1973-1974 as part of the NBC Wednesday Mystery Movie lineup. Starring renowned actors Helen Hayes, Lou Antonio, Mildred Natwick, Bert Convy, Lawrence Pressman, Art Carney, and Charlie Callas, this series follows the thrilling adventures of two sisters who become amateur detectives. With its intriguing storyline and talented cast, “The Snoop Sisters” is definitely a must-watch for mystery enthusiasts.
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