Father S Wild Game

1950

Father's Wild Game

0.0

The fourth entry in Monogram's "Father" series. Henry Latham decides he'll save money by hunting for his meat rather than buying it from the store.

Father Brown
Father Brown
Father Brown
7.0

Father Brown is based on G. K. Chesterton's detective stories about a Catholic priest who doubles as an amateur detective in order to try and solve mysteries.

Father Ted
Father Ted
Father Ted
8.1

A crazy comedy about three rather strange parish priests exiled to Craggy Island, a remote island off the Irish west coast.

Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father
Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father
Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father
6.5

Comic Jack Whitehall invites his stodgy, unadventurous father to travel with him to odd locations and events in an attempt to strengthen their bond.

Father Knows Best
Father Knows Best
Father Knows Best
7.5

Father Knows Best is an American radio and television comedy series

Father, Dear Father
Father, Dear Father
Father, Dear Father
0.0

Patrick Glover is a divorced thriller novelist attempting to raise and keep the peace between his two teenage daughters.

Single Father
Single Father
Single Father
7.4

Dave is facing the seemingly impossible job of bringing up four kids alone after the sudden death of his wife. And things get even more complicated when he falls in love with his wife's best friend, Sarah. Single Father asks how soon is too soon to fall in love again?

Bachelor Father
Bachelor Father
Bachelor Father
6.0

Bachelor Father is an American sitcom starring John Forsythe, Noreen Corcoran, and Sammee Tong. The series first premiered on CBS in September 1957 before moving to NBC for the third season in 1959. The series' fifth and final season aired on ABC from 1961 to 1962. A total of 157 episodes were aired. The series was based on "A New Girl in His Life", which aired on General Electric Theater on May 26, 1957. Bachelor Father is the only primetime series ever to run in consecutive years on the three major televisions networks.

Father, Dear Father
Father, Dear Father
Father, Dear Father
0.0

The hugely successful British television series Father Dear Father is transplanted to Australia when novelist Patrick Glover and his assistant Nanny trek down under to write the great Australian crime novel, and end up supervising Patricks boisterous young nieces while their own father is abroad.

Father Dowling Mysteries
Father Dowling Mysteries
Father Dowling Mysteries
7.3

Father Dowling Mysteries is an American television mystery series that aired from January 20, 1989 to May 2, 1991. Prior to the series, a TV movie aired on November 30, 1987. For its first season, the show was on NBC; it moved to ABC for its last two seasons. It is based on the adventures of the title character created by Ralph McInerny, in a series of mystery novels. The series was produced by The Fred Siverman Company and Dean Hargrove Productions in association with Viacom Productions.

Father Murphy
Father Murphy
Father Murphy
10.0

A good-hearted frontiersman poses as a priest to start an orphanage for a group of kids whose homes have been destroyed by an evil mining manager.

The Courtship of Eddie's Father
The Courtship of Eddie's Father
The Courtship of Eddie's Father
6.2

The Courtship of Eddie's Father is an American television sitcom based on the 1963 movie of the same name, which was based on the book written by Mark Toby. It tells the story of a widower, Tom Corbett, who is a magazine publisher, and his son, Eddie, who believes his father should marry, and manipulates situations surrounding the women his father is interested in. ABC had acquired the rights to the story; the series debuted on September 17, 1969, and was last broadcast on March 1, 1972. Bixby received an Emmy nomination for the show.

Father & Son
Father & Son
Father & Son
9.0

Father & Son is a four-part television crime thriller produced by Left Bank Pictures and Octagon Films for the British ITV network and the Irish broadcaster Raidió Teilifís Éireann. Written by Frank Deasy, the serial depicts the return of Michael O'Connor to his native Ireland, after spending several years imprisoned in the United Kingdom. A parallel storyline follows O'Connor's son and sister-in-law in Manchester.

Bless Me Father
Bless Me Father
Bless Me Father
6.0

Bless Me Father is a British sitcom starring Arthur Lowe, Daniel Abineri, Gabrielle Daye, Patrick McAlinney, David Ryall, Derek Francis and Sheila Keith. It was aired on ITV from 1978 until 1981 and described the adventures of an Irish Catholic priest, Father Charles Duddleswell and his young curate in the fictional parish of St. Jude's in suburban London. 21 episodes, written by Peter De Rosa, were aired. De Rosa wrote the books on which the series was based using the pseudonym of Neil Boyd which was also the name of the young curate character; Boyd also served as the narrator in the series of novels upon which the series was based. It was made for the ITV network by London Weekend Television. The series was set in 1950 and 1951 and marked a departure from the middle class 'bank manager' roles associated with Lowe such as that in Dad's Army. The other regular characters included Mrs Pring, the housekeeper, the hard-drinking Dr Daley, the non-religious neighbour Billy Buzzle, and abbess Reverend Mother Stephen.

Father Brown
Father Brown
Father Brown
6.5

Father Brown was a Catholic priest who doubled as an amateur detective in order to solve mysteries.

Don't Tell Father
Don't Tell Father
Don't Tell Father
0.0
Father Figure
Father Figure
Father Figure
3.0

Father Figure is a British comedy television series that was first broadcast on BBC One on 18 September 2013. In Ireland the series first aired on RTÉ Two in September 2013. The six-part series was written by Jason Byrne and directed by Nick Wood.

Oh, Father!
Oh, Father!
Oh, Father!
0.0
Drop-Out Father
Drop-Out Father
Drop-Out Father
8.5
Father Charlie
Father Charlie
Father Charlie
0.0
Bachelor Father
Bachelor Father
Bachelor Father
0.0

Bachelor Father is a British sitcom starring Ian Carmichael that aired for two series from 1970 to 1971. It was written by Richard Waring.

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