The Second Hundred Years (1967–1968)

TV Series   |    |  Comedy

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The misadventures of a man who is revived out of decades of accidental suspended animation and is still physically half the age of his own son and matches the age of his grandson.


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Ed Simmons

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23 November 2008 | Traj
| I remember after all these years
Any time I see Arthur O'Connell in a movie I think of this series. As a kid of 13 when it played, I thought the story line to be interesting. I probably saw all the episodes, but after all these years, I can't recall anything other than the father's reaction to all the "modern" inventions since 1900. Today, I'm surprised it was only on for one season, as it seemed longer. But, I guess to one that's 13 years old, 1 year is a long time! I think today, with good writing, this would make an interesting movie. Hollywood is always taking ideas from old television. Why not this one? It might even seem like a fresh idea since not many know of the series to begin with.


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6 September 1967



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