Encyclopedia Brown - TV Series On HBO

TV Series On HBO

A TV series of Encyclopedia Brown premiered on HBO in 1989 with 30-minute episodes. Scott Bremner played the title role, with Laura Bridge playing Sally. The live action series ran a little over 10 episodes, which was produced by Howard David Deutsch and directed by Savage Steve Holland. It also included a 60-minute episode ("The Case of the Missing Time Capsule").

Exact episode run information is difficult to track down, but here is at least a partial list of episodes (not necessarily in airdate order), most all of which have been officially released to VHS.

  1. "The Case of the Missing Time Capsule" (hour long special first aired in 1989 to kick off series and released to VHS.)
  2. "The Case of the Burglared Baseball Cards" (Released to VHS)
  3. "The Case of the Amazing Race Car" (Released to VHS)
  4. "The Case of the Flaming Beauty Queen" (Released to VHS)
  5. "The Case of the Ghostly Rider" (Released to VHS)
  6. "The Case of the Incredible Culpepper" (This episode does not seem to have been released to VHS. The Movie Kids web site

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