A story about Colonel Ryszard Kuklinski, a talented strategist who became not only privy to the most heavily guarded strategic plans of the Warsaw Pact in the 1970s, but in fact drew up ... See full summary »
William E. Odom
Made by TBS Atlanta before the 'TBS funny' format, the show was played for about three or four days straight....Not an actual TV series, but a single part show sponsored by the US army. The narrator/show host later went on to make radio shack commercials. The show followed American soldiers playing war games and using laser simulation in Fort Drum, New York. Some locals showed up to play as civilians captured by the enemy force...With the show being played over and over again, night after night with a huge amount of Army recruiting advertisements and radio shack commercials, its no wonder the 'TBS SUPERSTATION' changed formats quickly after. Not bad for content, but with the typical mass repetition given by TBS, its no wonder ratings for the network have gone down.
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