They will be posted on Sundays every week, and only one episode will be available at a time. Their video quality is as good as I've seen, ripped from DVD. Each one will be a 716x540 X264/MP4 video file under 1GB, except the 1.2GB pilot.
James is a remarkable young man. He is bright, caring, and earnest. He is into
playing the flute, photography, swimming on his high school's team, and other
things as well.
We follow him as he finds his place in Boston, Massachusetts after moving from Oregon, and as he partakes in all his pursuits, as he lives and learns at his new school, makes friends, makes enemies, and chases the girl of his dreams - and as he dreams and daydreams.
His Walter Mitty style daydreams are often hilarious. His interactions with his peers and the adults around him are realistic and engaging.
Made in 1977, this short-lived series was one of my favorite TV shows as I was eleven and twelve. I can still remember humming the theme song on my way to school and as I rode my bike around!
I hope you find it as entertaining and engaging as I did!
If you aren't a $5-and-up member yet, get to it! You can join up here in a wide variety of ways!
Below is the first 15 minutes of the pilot episode in 576p, which is the enhanced definition television standard resolution. It is an MP4 file format with ACC audio codec. This is the format and resolution the entire series is in. This 15 minutes encapsulates the series very well, including all the main elements of the series throughout.
I've also made sure it plays in Opera and Safari mobile browsers, though the video shows up way down the page, so if you don't see it, scroll down.
Make sure the file below plays for you. I've checked that it does play in Chromium, Edge, Firefox, and Opera. However, if your browser won't play nice, then get a decent browser, or download the file Pilottrailer.mp4 and try it in your media player.
Most players will have no trouble with an MP4 file, so almost any player should be able to work with it. If your browser or player will not play the file, I suggest you get Opera browser because it is open source, maintained well with regular updates, has great security and privacy features, and has incredible compatibility and functionality. Or download the file and get the VLCPlayer media player which is also open source and free and works great with almost every known codec and file type. It is small and light and very functional.
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