Leroy "Encyclopedia" Brown is a ten-year-old boy genius who puts his talents to work fighting crime in the small town of Idaville. With his friend Sally nearby to protect him from Bugs ... See full summary »
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1991   1990   Unknown  

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Series cast summary:
Scott Bremner Scott Bremner ...  EB / ... 4 episodes, 1990-1991
Laura Bridge Laura Bridge ...  Sally / ... 4 episodes, 1990-1991
Dion Zamora Dion Zamora ...  Bugs Meany 4 episodes, 1990-1991
Taylor Negron ...  Parker Gaffeny / ... 2 episodes, 1990
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Leroy "Encyclopedia" Brown is a ten-year-old boy genius who puts his talents to work fighting crime in the small town of Idaville. With his friend Sally nearby to protect him from Bugs Meany, the town bully, Encyclopedia exposes a variety of crooks, cheats and liars. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Comedy | Family | Mystery

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USA

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

Provo, Utah, USA

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Mono

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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He once solved the mystery of "The Boy Scout Basher" played by Clint Howard. See more »

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Referenced in Psych: Someone's Got a Woody (2014) See more »

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HBO strikes gold with quality family series
23 April 2010 | by Guitar-8See all my reviews

HBO strikes gold with this quality family series. The first was a 60 minute special, followed by 10 30 minute episodes that aired monthly.

Case of the Missing Time Capsule was the 60 minute special. The town of Idaville celebrates its centennial & the time capsule is stolen. It's up to Encyclopedia Brown & Sally Kimbell to solve this mystery.

You had brothers Buddy Clagett (Rich Overton) & Casey Sparkz (Alan Merrill), whom Buddy was jealous over because he only cares about being a superstar & making a zillion dollars.

Alan Merrill also wrote "Who Done It?", a song he performed during the closing credits.


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