A multimedia presentation satirizing sex, politics, and everything else, splattered across the screen at blinding speed. One producer called it "A visual, comedic, sensory assault involving... See full summary »
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 Regular (1 episode, 1969)
Bonnie Boland
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Maxine Greene
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Debbie Macomber
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Carlos Manteca
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Maura McGiveney ...
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Cecile Ozorio
(1 episode, 1969)
(1 episode, 1969)
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A multimedia presentation satirizing sex, politics, and everything else, splattered across the screen at blinding speed. One producer called it "A visual, comedic, sensory assault involving animation, videotape, stop-action film, electronic distortion, computer. Written by Molly Malloy

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5 February 1969 (USA)  »

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The Monkees (then a trio, as Peter Tork had just left the group) filmed a guest segment which was scheduled to be broadcast in the second episode on March 12th 1969. But as Turn-On was canceled after its premiere, none of this material has ever been seen. See more »

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Referenced in Strongbad_email.exe: Disc Four (2005) See more »

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I, too, remember this show from my youth
30 July 2004 | by (Omaha, Nebraska) – See all my reviews

I didn't think it was funny either. It seemed very sterile and maybe a bit too fast-paced. The only bit I really recall is a ballet dancer spinning about and colliding with other dancers - which was almost funny. I believe another bit had the dancer falling into bed. It was a long time ago and the show was mostly forgettable. I don't remember it being 'dirty'. Maybe it was but it went over my head. Tim Conway was way out of place here. A complete waste. I, too, would like to see it again to make a more current judgment. It was probably conveyed to the audience improperly. The biggest problem may have been that there wasn't much banter ala Dan Rowan/Dick Martin. The show practically alienated from the outset.


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