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Uncle Martin (Character)
from "My Favorite Martian" (1963)

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My Favorite Martian: Season 1: Episode 1 -- Reporter Tim O'Hara, while covering a flight of the Air Force X-15, finds a spaceship that contains a genuine martian. The martian is a professor who specializes in the planet Earth and now has to repair his spaceship before he can go home.
My Favorite Martian: :  -- A sarcastic Martian comes to live with a hapless young Terran on Earth.

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  1. My Favorite Martian (1999) Played by Christopher Lloyd

  2. "My Favorite Martian"
        - Pay the Man the $24 (1966) TV episode, Played by Ray Walston
        - My Nut Cup Runneth Over (1966) TV episode, Played by Ray Walston
        - Stop the Presses, I Want to Get Off (1966) TV episode, Played by Ray Walston
        - Horse and Buggy Martin (1966) TV episode, Played by Ray Walston
        - Martin Meets His Match (1966) TV episode, Played by Ray Walston
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From "My Favorite Martian: Russians R in Season (#1.4)" (1963)
[first lines]
Uncle Martin: [reading newspaper] Hmpf.
Tim O'Hara: [looking up from his bank statement] Hmm?
Uncle Martin: Did you say something?
Tim O'Hara: No, you did.
Uncle Martin: No, I distinctly heard you go "hmmm?".
Tim O'Hara: Oh, yeah. Well, that was after you went "hmpf."
Uncle Martin: Oh, did I?
Tim O'Hara: [goes back to bank statement] Uh huh.
Uncle Martin: [goes back to newspaper] Hmpf.
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