At the point when Relic unkowingly absconds with John's schedule, he sets up an unanticipated chain of occasions which finishes in John's evident disintergration as an officer of the law. Feeling he ...
When aging newspaper Editor Frank Miller (Art Carney) is fired after decades of service, and replaced by a computer, he cannot take this fate quietly. Frank becomes enraged and starts ... See full summary »
This series chronicles the adventures of a professional lumber salvager and his friends in British Columbia, Canada as they try to live their lives while preventing the local pest, Relic, from ruining it.Written by
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With a run of eighteen years (from 1972 to 1990), this series was the longest running Canadian dramatic prime time television production in Canadian history. It was cancelled as a result of CBC budget cuts, and declining viewership, due to frequently shifting time slots. See more »
Sunday nights in Canada were never complete until "The Beachcombers" were over. Now, one can watch the show in all it's glory on TV Land Canada, Thank God for the CRTC and their Canadian Content rules or this could be a lost gem. While a graduate student in the US, I was surprised at the number of American students who were close to the border and fell in love with "The Beachcombers", I even remember the commercials that Bruno Gerussi used to do for McCain's back then. It is indeed sad that Nick, Molly, and Relic are no longer with us as that would have made for a better TV reunion movie. Thanks again to TV Land Canada, your continued support of "The Beachcombers" is graciously appreciated by the fans.
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