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Old August 14 2013, 08:53 PM   #31
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Re: The Seekers: HBO-esque or Planet 'o Week

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But, of course, the real question is: Do they find Natalie Wood or not?

And where does Jeff Hunter fit in?
I think you'll find that's The Searchers Greg !
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Old August 14 2013, 11:29 PM   #32
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But, of course, the real question is: Do they find Natalie Wood or not?

And where does Jeff Hunter fit in?
I think you'll find that's The Searchers Greg !
Damn. You're right. So much for that entire joke.

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But, of course, the real question is: Do they find Natalie Wood or not?

And where does Jeff Hunter fit in?
I think you'll find that's The Searchers Greg !
Damn. You're right. So much for that entire joke.

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Old August 15 2013, 12:17 AM   #34
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Re: The Seekers: HBO-esque or Planet 'o Week

When I think "Seeker," I think of the boxy but sleek runabout-type ships they used in Filmation's Space Academy: http://www.smallartworks.ca/PS/Other...eekerPage.html
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