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 *Programs and TV-series*

          "Alf", NBC.
            Alf uses an Amiga for stock trading.

          "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" television series.
            On episode 52, May 21/88, "User Deadly" an A1000
            with a 1084 (mono) monitor was shown many times since it's central
            part of the plot (seen the deluxe paint, and the workbench blue,
            orange, black, white colours & pointer).

          "Amazing Stories", television series, NBC.

          "Animaniacs", animated television series by Warner Bros.

          "Babylon 5", science fiction television show by Warner Bros. (1993).
            Emmy Award winning show, special effects.
            Created by Foundation Imaging in California.

          "Bionic Showdown", NBC.
            Amiga used to create readouts of bionic parts for the Bionic Man.

          "Catchphrase" UK television game.
            Used Amiga for graphics.

          "Clarissa Explains it All", Nickelodeon.

          "Cyberspace 3D", public access programming in Portland, Oregon.

          "Ebba & Didrik", Swedish tv-series for kids.
            Amiga 500 and "Sword of Sodan" spotted.

          "Entertainment Tonight", entertainment news magazine.

          "Flipper"
            Amiga 500 + 1084 monitor spotted. (Not confirmed)

          "F/X" Cameron Daddoo, Christina Cox, Rysher.
            Newer models of 1084S used as props.
            Video Toasters used.

          "Golden Years", television mini-series, created by Stephen King.

          "Goof Troop", animated television series, Walt Disney Productions.

 *NEW*    "Hugo", television, Germany, Sweden (maybe others).
            Interective TV Show "Hugo". Available as game as well.

          "Hunter", television series.
            Amiga generated computer voice on tape from some kidnapper.
            During investigation of the voice they actually find out that
            it was made on Amiga.

          "Inspector Morse" television series, episode "Deadly Slumber".
            An Amiga 1500 is seen. It is being used to demonstrate that two samples
            didn't match.

          "KNAG-tv" television series about Amiga in 46 episodes!
            Famous Amiga people that were interviewed:
            Jim Cuomo, Kellen Beck, Martin Hash, Jay Miner etc...

          "Kung Fu Legend" Kwai Chang Caine
            Amiga Workbench visible.

          "Miami Vice", television series.
            Amiga 1000's and video displays used as props.

          "Midnight Caller", television series.
            Amiga 1000 and Commodore monitor spotted.

          "Montel Williams Show", daytime talk show.

          "My Secret Identity", television series, PBS.

          "Mysteries Beyond the Other Dominion", SciFi Channel.
            Produced by Toaster Marmalade of California.

          "Neighbors", Australian television soap opera.

          "Nick Arcade", Nickelodeon.

          "Not From New Orleans", television series, KVPT PBS.

          "Quantum Leap".
            Morph effects produced by The Post Group using MorphPlus.

          "Robocop", television series.
            Graphics created with Lightwave 3D.

          "Roboflight", SciFi Channel.

          "Rush Limbaugh", political satirist.

          "Prisoners of Gravity", TVOntario.

          "seaQuest DSV", NBC.
            Starring Roy Scheider.
            Effects produced by Amblin Imaging and 60 Video Toasters.

          "Sifl and Olly", MTV.
            Used Amiga with genlock and various gfx programs.

          "Sledge Hammer!", ABC television series (1986/87).
            Starring David Rasche. In the final episode of season 1, an Amiga 1000 with
            1080 monitor (blurred-out logos) are used by main characters to display and
            print out image of terror suspect (actually a girl in bikini).

 *NEW*    "Star Trek TNG", Paramount.

 *NEW*    "Superball", Sat1 television, Germany.
            Used 2 Amiga 1200 synchronisized to create a TV Show called Superball.
            Different versions of that game available (Amiga 500 first, later
            system of 2 A1200, more colours etc.).
            Supported by Amiga Technologies, made by Haage&Partner software.

          "Tail Spin", animated television series, Walt Disney Productions.

          "The Chart Show" (UK, ITV).
            On-screen graphics generated by an Amiga, including default
            1.3-style mouse pointer, until about a year before it ceased
            broadcasting.

          "The Edge" promotional commercial.
            Produced by Digital Fantasy.
            Amusement park ride in California.

          "The Flash", television series.
            Amigas used as props in an arcade, running "Shadow of the Beast".

          "The Krypton Factor" (UK game show, ITV).
            Used an A1200 for one of the challenges, visible in a
            magazine photograph.

          "TMF" - The Music Factory (UK TV channel)
            Amiga generated graphics, unconfirmed.

          "Total Panic", Nickelodeon.
            Mandala interactive video walls.

 *NEW*    "UFO's are real"
            Amiga 4000 with videotoaster used for editing.

          "Unsolved Mysteries".
            Video Toaster effects created by Joe Conti.

          "Wheels in the Wind", television series, (station unknown).
            Video Toaster produced.

          "Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego", PBS & Walt Disney
            Productions.

          "Wild Side", Nickelodeon.