Operation Prime Time

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Operation Prime Time
Operation Prime Time logo.jpg
Founded 1976
Dissolved 1987 (folded into Television Program Enterprises)
President Al Masini
Notable Works Solid Gold
Solid Gold Hits
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Operation Prime Time was an American television production and distribution company co-founded by Al Masini.

Contents

History

List of shows produced by Operation Prime Time

Series

Title Format Buyer Year(s)
Solid Gold Music/music chart/dance show Syndication 1980–1988
Co-produced with Brad Lachman Productions, Bob Banner Associates (until 1984) and Paramount Television until OPT folded in 1987
Solid Gold Hits Music/music chart/dance show Syndication 1984
Co-produced with Brad Lachman Productions, Bob Banner Associates and Paramount Television

Specials

Title Format Buyer First Aired
The Bastard Historic miniseries Syndication May 22, 1978
Co-produced with Universal Television
Evening in Byzantium Drama miniseries Syndication August 14, 1978
Co-produced with Universal Television
The Rebels Historic miniseries Syndication May 14, 1979
Co-produced with Universal Television
The Seekers Historic miniseries HBO July 8, 1979
Co-produced with Universal Television
Top of the Hill Action/drama miniseries Syndication February 6, 1980
Co-produced with Paramount Television
Condominium Thriller/disaster miniseries HBO April 6, 1980
Co-produced with Universal Television
The Dream Merchants Historic drama Syndication May 12, 1980
Co-produced with Columbia Pictures Television
Tourist Romantic comedy/drama Syndication July 17, 1980
Co-produced with 20th Century Fox Television
Yogi's First Christmas Animated Christmas special Syndication November 22, 1980
Co-produced with Hanna-Barbera
Goliath Awaits Adventure/sci-fi/drama miniseries Syndication November 11, 1981
Co-produced with Columbia Pictures Television
A Woman Called Golda Biographical miniseries Syndication April 26, 1982
Co-produced with Paramount Television
Blood Feud Historic/biographical drama Syndication April 25, 1983
Co-produced with 20th Century Fox Television
Sadat Biographical miniseries Syndication October 31, 1983
Co-produced with Columbia Pictures Television
The Key to Rebecca Historic miniseries Syndication April 29, 1985
Co-produced with Taft Entertainment Television
Jenny's War Historic miniseries Syndication June 3, 1985
Co-produced with Columbia Pictures Television

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