What All Time polls would you like to see AcclaimedMusic do in the future?

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What All Time polls would you like to see AcclaimedMusic do in the future?

Postby letmeintomyzone » Sun Mar 18, 2018 5:21 pm

Best Best Picture Nominees of All Time
Best TV Shows of All Time

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Re: What All Time polls would you like to see AcclaimedMusic do in the future?

Postby Dexter » Sun Mar 18, 2018 10:43 pm

I second the greatest TV shows of all time and also the greatest movie performances, movie songs, and TV theme songs.

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Postby Jirin » Thu Mar 22, 2018 1:53 am

TV characters, TV episodes, video game characters, TV/Movie deaths

Now that the idea got into my brain I REALLY like the idea of deaths. Though obviously it would be a spoileriffic vote.

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Postby bonnielaurel » Sun Mar 25, 2018 2:05 pm

TV shows has been announced several times, but it still hasn't happened. Maybe after the film poll later this year?
They give awards for that music? I thought just ear plugs. (Woody Allen in Annie Hall)

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Postby Live in Phoenix » Mon Mar 26, 2018 8:29 pm

If someone does TV theme songs, here are 200ish to comb through. (Source: CBS News, Complex, Digital Dream Door, Me, MSN, Observer, Paste Magazine, Uproxx)

The immediate list below is mostly from top 50 lists or shorter (or cut off at 50). Overlap between website lists is in bold. There is not very much overlap, although two shows were represented on all 7 websites.

30 Rock
ABC Weekend Special
The Addams Family
The Adventures of Pete & Pete
All In The Family
American Bandstand
American Horror Story
The Andy Griffith Show
Are You Being Served?
The A-Team

Barney Miller
Batman [1960s live-action]
The Beverly Hillbillies
The Big Bang Theory
Bonanza
The Brady Bunch
Cheers
Chip 'N Dale Rescue Rangers
Clarissa Explains It All
Community

Cops
The Courtship Of Eddie's Father (“Best Friend” Nilsson)
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (“Who Are You” The Who)
Curb Your Enthusiasm
Dad's Army
Dallas
A Different World
Diff'rent Strokes
Disneyland - Davy Crockett Indian Fighter

Doctor Who
Doug
Dragnet
DuckTales
Dukes Of Hazzard (“Good Ol' Boys” Waylon Jennings)
The Fall Guy
Fame
Family Guy
Firefly
The Flintstones

Fortitude
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Friends
Full House
Futurama
Game of Thrones
Gilligan's Island
The Golden Girls
The Greatest American Hero
Halt and Catch Fire

Happy Days (“Happy Days” Pratt & McClain)
Hawaii Five-O
Hill Street Blues
I Dream of Jeannie
The Incredible Hulk [live-action]
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
It's Garry Shandling's Show
The Jeffersons
Jeopardy
King of the Hill

Knight Rider
Laverne and Shirley
Law & Order
The Leftovers (Season 2)
The Lone Ranger
Mad Men
Magnum P.I.
Malcolm in the Middle
Married…with Children
The Mary Tyler Moore Show

M.A.S.H.
Miami Vice
The Mickey Mouse Club
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Mission: Impossible
Mister Ed
The Monkees
Monkey/Saiyūki
Moonlighting
The Muppet Show

Mystery Science Theater 3000
The Office (U.S.)
The Office (UK)
The Olympic Games on NBC (John Williams)
One Day At A Time
One Foot in the Grave
Orange Is the New Black
The Patty Duke Show
Perry Mason
Peter Gunn

The Pink Panther Show (i.e., the theme by Doug Goodwin)
Pokémon
Portlandia
Rawhide
The Rockford Files
Route 66
Sanford and Son
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
Scrubs
Sealab 2021

Secret Agent (“Secret Agent Man”)
Sesame Street
The Simpsons
The Sopranos
Soul Train (“TSOP [The Sound of Philadelphia]”)
Space Ghost Coast to Coast (Sonny Sharrock)
Spider-Man [1960s cartoon]
Square Pegs
Star Trek
Star Trek: The Next Generation

Taxi
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
The Transformers
True Blood
The Twilight Zone
Twin Peaks
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Veronica Mars
The Wallace and Ladmo Show

Weeds
Welcome Back, Kotter
The West Wing
Westworld
What's Happening!!
The Wire
WKRP in Cincinnati
The Wonder Years
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Here are yet more shows, if you want to keep working at this:

24
77 Sunset Strip
Alfred Hitchcock Presents (“Funeral March of a Marionette” Charles Gounod)
Alice
Amen
Animaniacs
Aqua Teen Hunger Force
The Archie Show
The Avengers
The Banana Splits

Baretta (“Keep Your Eye On The Sparrow” Sammy Davis Jr.)
Beavis and Butt-Head
Beverly Hills 90210
Bewitched
Boardwalk Empire
The Bob Newhart Show
The Bugs Bunny Show (“Bugs Bunny Overture” Mel Blanc)
Car 54, Where Are You?
Charles in Charge
CHiPs

The Cosby Show
Crime Story (“Runaway” Del Shannon)
CSI: Miami (“Won't Get Fooled Again” The Who)
CSI: New York (“Baba O'Riley” The Who)
Curious George
The Daily Show
Daniel Boone
The Dick Van Dyke Show
The Drew Carey Show
The Facts Of Life

Family Affair
Family Matters
Family Ties
Frank's Place
Frasier
F Troop
The Fugitive
Get Smart
Gilmore Girls
Good Times

Green Acres
Growing Pains
Hannah Montana
Have Gun - Will Travel
The Heights (“How Do You Talk To An Angel” The Heights)
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
Hogan's Heroes
The Honeymooners
Howdy Doody
How I Met Your Mother

I Love Lucy
In Living Color
Ironside (“Theme from Ironside” Quincy Jones)
The Jetsons
L.A. Law
Little House On The Prairie
Lost In Space
Love, American Style
The Love Boat
The Magilla Gorilla Show

Mannix
Maverick
The Men (Isaac Hayes)
Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
Monday Night Football (Hank Williams Jr.)
Monty Python's Flying Circus
Mr. Lucky (Henry Mancini)
The Munsters
My So-Called Life

My Three Sons
News – “Move Closer to Your World” [Various stations, originally 1970s]
Night Court
The Odd Couple
The Outer Limits
Oz
The Partridge Family
Perfect Strangers
The Persuaders!
Petticoat Junction

The Price Is Right
The Rebel (“The Rebel - Johnny Yuma” Johnny Cash)
The Ren & Stimpy Show
Saturday Night’s Main Event (“Obsession” Animotion)
Seinfeld
Speed Racer
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends
St. Elsewhere
Stranger Things
Suits

S.W.A.T.
That '70s Show
Three's Company
ThunderCats
Top Cat
Trailer Park Boys
Treme
Warner Brothers cartoons (i.e., Merrie Melodies)
Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego?
The White Shadow

The Wild Wild West
The X-Files
X-Men: The Animated Series [1990s]
The Young and the Restless
Zorro [By the Mellomen]
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Re: What All Time polls would you like to see AcclaimedMusic do in the future?

Postby DaveC » Thu Mar 29, 2018 1:26 am

Live in Phoenix wrote:If someone does TV theme songs, here are 200ish to comb through.


Some big omissions there:

Games of Thrones
The Wire

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Re: What All Time polls would you like to see AcclaimedMusic do in the future?

Postby Live in Phoenix » Thu Mar 29, 2018 2:13 am

I forgot about The Wire. (Not that it's a final word, definitive list anyway.) I actually don't watch Game of Thrones**, and was tempted to mix in a list of Greatest Shows Ever to cover personal blind spots. One of the problems with that (besides 60 Minutes) is that theme songs have typically been de-emphasized this century, so I wasn't sure what current shows have negligible theme songs à la Breaking Bad.

**I thought it was too depressing and nasty after a handful of episodes, and my wife, who's read the books, said that's very much how it goes. With some unintentional humor I said, "Well at least Sean Bean is there as the moral center."

EDIT: And anyway, I screwed up, because The Wire was on the Paste list. Now I've included a list by MSN, Observer, and CBS News (nothing new with the latter, though it's nice to know that more people out there like the Pokémon theme song).

EDIT: Now I've changed the post altogether


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