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Dick and Paula Hollister are a witty, sophisticated couple living in New York City. Dick is a comic-book artist who has become well-known for creating a superhero called Jetman, which has been turned into a TV show starring egocentric actor Oscar North. Written by
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If you research CBS's fall schedule in 1967-68, they placed this show in a terrible time slot. "He & She" was out-of-place on the network to begin with, which, at the time was loaded with rural sitcoms. I believe this show was on right after "Green Acres." It was an adult type show that deserved to be on Saturday nights, perhaps following a classic, like "The Jackie Gleason Show." Jack Cassidy definitely was a pre-Ted Baxter and Paula Prentiss and Richard Benjamin were a post Rob & Laura. This show was filmed in front of a live audience and most shows back then were not. It was a shame. CBS never gave this show a chance and it was years ahead of its time. When the network purged all of their rural sitcoms in 1971, they should have brought this gem back, first in re-runs, and then new production starting right after. TV Land did re-run an episode or two, but for the most part, nobody has seen this show since it left the airwaves in 1968.
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