Here are the new TV DVDs, in stores tomorrow.
- The Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog - Vol. 1
- America's Funniest Home Videos - Guide To Parenting
- Birdman and the Galaxy Trio - The Complete Series
- Bozo's Big Top - The World's Most Famous Clown
- Foyle's War - Set 4
- Gunsmoke - Season 1
- The Incredible Hulk - Season 2
- Masters of Horror - The Black Cat
- Most Haunted - Season 1 and 2 Collection, London Haunts, Castels of Britain
- Overhaulin' - Season 3, Vol. 1
- The Rookies - Season 1
- Space Ghost and Dino Boy - The Complete Series
- Taxicab Confessions - New York
- Voyagers - The Complete Series
- Wanted: Dead or Alive - Season 2
A roundup of TV people from in front of the camera and behind the scenes who have passed away.
- Donna King Conkling: She was one of the original members of the King Sisters singing group and one of the stars of the ABC show The King Family in the 60s. She also appeared in several movies, including Meet The People, Cuban Pete, and Sing Your Worries Away. She died in Texas at age 88.
You don't know the name, but you know his work. He was the voice Ernie the Elf in the Keebler commercials and guest starred on...well, just about every single TV show produced since the early 1950s, it seems.
A partial list: The Waltons, Quincy, M.E., Stingray, Flamingo Road, Little House on the Prairie, Scarecrow and Mrs. King, Riptide, Falcon Crest, Knot's Landing, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, Dallas, Barnaby Jones, Gunsmoke, Columbo, Bonanza, Mannix, Mission: Impossible, Sigmund and the Sea Monsters, The Name of the Game, The Wild, Wild West, H.R. Pufnstuf, The Big Valley, Star Trek, Batman, Petticoat Junction, Green Acres, Maverick, The Bob Newhart Show, and The Mary Tyler Moore Show.
He was known for his voice work, and you could hear him in such shows as The Flintstones, Jem, The Smurfs, Spider-Man, and The Transformers. He also kept me up nights as a kid when he did the voice of that damn devil doll in the Trilogy of Terror movie in the 70s.
Edmiston died on February 15 in L.A. of cancer.
Weaver's best known roles were as Chester Goode on the long-running Western Gunsmoke and as a New Mexican cowboy lawman transplanted to New York City in the Seventies mystery series McCloud.
- 1st & Ten - Season 1; Season 2
- Alien Nation - The Complete Series
- All in the Family - The Complete 5th Season
- Gunsmoke - 50th Anniversary Edition - Volume 1; 50th Anniversary Edition - Volume 2; 50th Anniversary Edition Giftset
- Have Gun Will Travel - Season 3
- Hunter - Season 3
- Silk Stalkings - Season 4
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