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V3 Television's Greatest Hits 70's & 80's Soundtrack, Compilation
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|5. The Famous Adventures Of Mr. Magoo - C. Brandt|
|6. Inspector Gadget - S. Levy/H. Saban|
|7. The Smurfs - W. Hanna/J. Barbera/H. Curtin|
|8. Dastardly & Mutley In Their Flying Machines - W. Hanna/J. Barbera|
|9. Scooby Doo - H. Curtin/W. Hanna/J. Barbera|
|10. Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids - E. Fournier/R.Sheldon|
|11. The Archies ('Everything's Archie') - Jeff Barry|
|12. Josie And The Pussycats - D. Williams/J. Roland/H. Curtin|
|13. Dudley Do-Right - Jay Ward|
|14. Fractured Fairy Tales - Jay Ward|
|15. Cheers ('Where Everybody Knows Your Name') - G. Portnoy/J. Hart Angelo|
|16. The Bob Newhart Show ('Home To Emily') - L. Music/H. Music|
|17. The Greatest American Hero ('Believe It Or Not') - Joey Scarbury|
|18. Welcome Back, Kotter ('Welcome Back') - John Sebastian|
|19. Room 222 - Jerry Goldsmith|
|20. WKRP In Cincinnati - T. Wells/H. Wilson|
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Top Customer Reviews
All the themes are of superb quality, especially when you compare them to the first album in the Television's Greatest Hits series. There's also a Trivia Booklet that tells of some interesting facts about the shows and the themes, such as what years the show was on television, its rankings, who made the themes, how a few of the songs did on the pop charts, and much more.
I'll admit that I don't like all of the songs on the cd, and there are some that should've been included but were not (where is He-Man, Transformers, Duck Tales, and Punky Brewster??!). Also, being a huge fan of The Smurfs when I was a kid, I was disappointed to hear the theme that I wasn't familiar with (the one that has singing in it).
Still, it's loads of fun to drive somewhere with somebody you know and listen to the themes and to see who can guess which theme it is first. It's even better for just kicking back and playing it to take a trip back to the glory days of yesteryear. The track lineup isn't perfect, but it's good enough for a five star rating nonetheless.
If you'd like to own something to 'take you back' every now and then, and especially if you're a fan of television themes, then Television's Greatest Hits, Vol. 3: 70's & 80's is a MUST BUY!!
Most recent customer reviews
As someone who enjoys tv theme songs, this is great for the collection that I have. Listening to the themes sure brings back a lot of childhood memories.Published 20 months ago by Jim Quinlan
Hey, it's worth it just to be able to hear the best of the nighttime soap themes ("Dynasty", "Dallas", "Knots Landing"), the most underrated theme from the 70's: Patrick Williams's... Read morePublished on July 28 2002 by Reginald D. Garrard
A friend of mine has volume 1 & 2 so I know they are high quality. Since I grew up in the 70's I knew I had to have this one.Published on Oct. 15 2001
I put this cd on at work and everyone who came in laughed and sang along. We all had so much fun it was worth every penny. Read morePublished on July 7 2001
This is the best of the series of the television sound track series. It has a little bit of fun from kiddie shows to sitcom comedy late night cop drama. Read morePublished on June 17 2001
Very High Quality theme songs and that makes it a very good CD which makes those TV shows from the 70s and 80s with themes on it are in much better quality than on TV. Read morePublished on March 14 2001
I think that this CD is one of the best cd's in the bunch. My husband and I just loved singing along with the show tunes, and we laughed remembering all the tv shows we grew up... Read morePublished on Feb. 26 2001 by ikensav