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STAMP DAY FOR SUPERMAN (1954, B&W, 1:00:09)
Filmed some two years after Superman first appeared on television, this episode of the Superman series is not so much a tv pilot (it was never aired on television) but rather a pilot program in that it is one of the first attempts to translate a TV series into a government progaganda film for use in public schools to drum up support for the cold war by buying U.S. Savings Stamps.
SUPERPUP (1958, B&W, 21:38)
An attempt to capitalize on the success of the Superman series by casting midgets in dog costumes in of the continuing adventures of Bark Bent. Really, no kidding!
ARCHIE (1963, B&W, 34:27)
Yep, the gang's all here - Archie, Betty, Veronica, Reggie & Jughead - and they all get into a mess of romantic trouble when Archie gets them all mixed up in a computer dating scheme. Stars John Simpson and costars Roland Winters of the "Charlie Chan" film series.
THE PATTY DUKE SHOW (1963, B&W, 28:03)
Last but certainly not least, the multitalented Patty Duke kicks off her famous series with her identical cousin first flying across the Atlantic from Scotland to enter into the lives of the Lane family in Brooklyn.