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Michael Nesmith in Television Parts

Michael Nesmith in Television Parts


“Michael Nesmith in Television Parts” was a very strange music variety and comedy series produced by Michael ‘Wool Hat’ Nesmith formally of “The Monkees”. NBC TV executives saw one of his avant-garde videos and decided they wanted to make it into a weekly series. It debuted on Friday night at 8PM on 14 June 1985 but was so poorly received that it only aired 4 episodes before it was removed from the schedule. The final 3 episodes that had been previously recorded were combined into a 90 minute special and replaced "Saturday Night Live" for 1 weekend on 27 July 1985.
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Cast
Michael NesmithMichael Nesmith
As Himself (Host)
Bill Martin (3)Bill Martin (3)
As Himself
Garry ShandlingGarry Shandling
As Himself
James VallelyJames Vallely
As Irish Language Teacher
Jim StaffordJim Stafford
As Himself
John HobbsJohn Hobbs
As Himself (Pianist)
Jonathan SchmockJonathan Schmock
As Irish Language Student
Ken OlfsonKen Olfson
As Himself
Martin MullMartin Mull
As Himself

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Creator: Michael Nesmith
Executive Producer: Michael Nesmith
Editor: Raymond M. Bush
Music: Larry Brown (3)
Costume Designer: Bobbie Mannix
Property Master: Hala Gabriel
Script Supervisor: Karen Golden
Other: Alan Myerson, William Dear
Art Director: Roger C. Ambrose

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Warning: Michael Nesmith in Television Parts guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Variety
Genre: Comedy | Family | Music | Talent
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: NBC ( USA)
Airs: Fridays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: June 14, 1985
Ended: July 05, 1985
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