I can answer questions about the television series, such as plotlines, guest stars, when the show(s) aired, what song(s) were performed, etc. In most cases I can even tell you which show used a certain line or contained a certain scene, although some of the more trivial questions may require some research on my part.
I am a first generation fan, having originally watched the programs on NBC in 1966. I have all episodes on DVD and several reference books that add to the knowledge.
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Hello and thanks for the question. Concerning your photo -- On the plus side you have purchased the photo with a certificate of authenticity. On the negative side, I am not aware of this company and
Hi and thanks for the question. The location of Schneider has been a matter of concern ever since the TV show went off the air. No one really knows what became of the prop. Most TV and movie props
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