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'''''A Little Bit Strange''''' is a television pilot from 1989 that wasn't picked up after airing. The pilot was directed by Jack Shea and based on a story written by Stephen Curwick.<ref>[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0249738/ IMDb page.] Retrieved 19 Oct '16.</ref> It was about an African-American family of sorcerers. According to a review on IMDb, the members of the family were able to conjure up anything (as was possible on prior television shows like ''Bewitched'') and had a strange uncle named Frank who was based on Frankenstein.<ref>[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0249738/reviews?ref_=tt_ov_rt IMDb reviews page.] Retrieved 19 Oct '16.</ref>
 
'''''A Little Bit Strange''''' is a television pilot from 1989 that wasn't picked up after airing. The pilot was directed by Jack Shea and based on a story written by Stephen Curwick.<ref>[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0249738/ IMDb page.] Retrieved 19 Oct '16.</ref> It was about an African-American family of sorcerers. According to a review on IMDb, the members of the family were able to conjure up anything (as was possible on prior television shows like ''Bewitched'') and had a strange uncle named Frank who was based on Frankenstein.<ref>[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0249738/reviews?ref_=tt_ov_rt IMDb reviews page.] Retrieved 19 Oct '16.</ref>
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The pilot is included in a book about funny unsold pilots written by Lee Goldberg, an American television producer and screenwriter.<ref>[http://kenlevine.blogspot.com/2011/08/hilarious-unsold-pilots.html Blog article about Lee Goldberg's book, including a synopsis of the pilot.] Retrieved 11 May '15.</ref> The pilot's sole airing was on April 23rd, 1989 on NBC.<ref>[http://nyshistoricnewspapers.org/lccn/sn86033360/1989-04-22/ed-1/seq-8/ Newspaper snippet referencing the show.] Retrieved 11 May '15.</ref><ref>[http://tinyurl.com/mj7t2uy Another newspaper snippet] Retrieved 11 May '15.</ref>
 
The pilot is included in a book about funny unsold pilots written by Lee Goldberg, an American television producer and screenwriter.<ref>[http://kenlevine.blogspot.com/2011/08/hilarious-unsold-pilots.html Blog article about Lee Goldberg's book, including a synopsis of the pilot.] Retrieved 11 May '15.</ref> The pilot's sole airing was on April 23rd, 1989 on NBC.<ref>[http://nyshistoricnewspapers.org/lccn/sn86033360/1989-04-22/ed-1/seq-8/ Newspaper snippet referencing the show.] Retrieved 11 May '15.</ref><ref>[http://tinyurl.com/mj7t2uy Another newspaper snippet] Retrieved 11 May '15.</ref>
  
While the pilot has yet to appear online or in any form, it is possible that a home recording on VHS or master copy may exist.
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While the pilot has yet to appear online or in any form, it is possible that a home recording on VHS or master copy may exist. The only footage that is on the internet right now is a commercial for the show.
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==References==
 
==References==
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Production still.

Status: Partially Found

A Little Bit Strange is a television pilot from 1989 that wasn't picked up after airing. The pilot was directed by Jack Shea and based on a story written by Stephen Curwick.[1] It was about an African-American family of sorcerers. According to a review on IMDb, the members of the family were able to conjure up anything (as was possible on prior television shows like Bewitched) and had a strange uncle named Frank who was based on Frankenstein.[2]

The pilot is included in a book about funny unsold pilots written by Lee Goldberg, an American television producer and screenwriter.[3] The pilot's sole airing was on April 23rd, 1989 on NBC.[4][5]

While the pilot has yet to appear online or in any form, it is possible that a home recording on VHS or master copy may exist. The only footage that is on the internet right now is a commercial for the show.

Videos

The commercial for "A Little Bit Strange."

References

  1. IMDb page. Retrieved 19 Oct '16.
  2. IMDb reviews page. Retrieved 19 Oct '16.
  3. Blog article about Lee Goldberg's book, including a synopsis of the pilot. Retrieved 11 May '15.
  4. Newspaper snippet referencing the show. Retrieved 11 May '15.
  5. Another newspaper snippet Retrieved 11 May '15.