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My favorite Martian : season three

Chertok, Jack, 1906-1995 (producer.). Bixby, Bill, 1934-1993 (actor.). Walston, Ray, 1917-2001 (actor.). Britton, Pamela, 1923-1974 (actress.). Hewitt, Alan 1915-1986 (actor.). Poppe, Harry, (executive producer.). Greeley, George, (composer.). Jack Chertok Television, Inc., (production company.). CBS Television Network, (production company,, distributor.). MPI Media Group, (distributor.).

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Record details

  • ISBN: 9780788610318
  • ISBN: 0788610317
  • Physical Description: videodisc
    5 videodiscs (approximately 15 hours) : digital, color ; 4 3/4 inches.
  • Edition: Collector's edition.
  • Producer: [Los Angeles, California] : Jack Chertok Television Productions in association with The CBS Television Network, 1965-1966.
  • Distributor: Orland Park, Illinois ; MPI Media Group, 2013.

Content descriptions

Creation/Production Credits Note: Executive producer: Harry Poppe, Producer: Jack Chertok, Composer: George Greeley.
Participant or Performer Note: Bill Bixby, Ray Walston, Pamela Britton, Alan Hewitt.
Summary, etc.: "A human-looking extraterrestrial in a one-man spaceship nearly collides at high altitude with the U.S. Air Force's rocket plane, the North American X-15. The spaceship's pilot is a 450-year-old anthropologist from Mars. Tim O'Hara, a young newspaper reporter for The Los Angeles Sun, is on his way home from Edwards Air Force Base, where he had gone to report on the flight of the X-15. Returning home to Los Angeles, O'Hara spots the same silver spaceship coming down quickly, after which it crash lands nearby. Tim takes in the Martian, saying to other people that he is Tim's "Uncle Martin". The Martian refuses to reveal any of his special traits to humans, other than Tim, to avoid both publicity and human panic. Tim agrees to keep the Martian's Earth identity a secret while he attempts to repair his spaceship."--Wikipedia article.
Subject: Human-alien encounters -- Humor
Genre/Form: Comedy television programs.

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