My Favorite Martian 3 Seasons 1963
1. My Favorite Martian In the pilot episode, Martin's spacecraft crash lands on earth. He meets and moves in with Tim O'Hara.
2. The Matchmakers Tim and Martin find a dog that needs their help. It turns out that the dog is love-struck.
3. There Is No Cure for the Common Martian A boy genius and Martin work together to devise a means of accelerating electronic particles.
4. Russians "R" in Season Martin finds out about the Government space strategy. He knows from experience that the plans are doomed to failure. But he finds no audience when he attempts to warn them.
5. Man or Amoeba Martin helps Mrs. Brown's daughter, Angela, with a school assignment about Mars.
6. The Man on the Couch Martin is believed to be attempting suicide. He is forced into psychiatric therapy.
7. A Loaf of Bread, a Jug of Wine and Peaches For the first time in his life, Martin experiences the emotion of love.
8. The Awful Truth To give Tim a chance to feel like a martian, Martin grants Tim the ability to read minds for one day.
9. Rocket to Mars The trash collector mistakes Martin's spaceship for trash. Now, Martin and Tim must find where it wound up.
10. Raffles No. 2 Martin finds himself in trouble when his finger prints match those of a jewel thief.
11. The Atom Misers A boy genius and Martin work together to devise a means of accelerating electronic particles.
12. That Little Old Matchmaker, Martin Martin wants to know what type of man Cynthia would be interested in. So he reads her mind to find out.
13. How to Be a Hero Without Really Trying Martin wants to know what type of man Cynthia would be interested in. So he reads her mind to find out.
14. Blood is Thicker than the Martian Harvey, Tim's cousin, comes to visit. He is bewildered, for he doesn't know who Uncle Martin is.
15. Poor Little Rich Cat Martin disapproves of news that a cat has received a large inheritance.
16. Rx for Martian It's time for Martin to return to Mars. The planning begins.
17. Going, Going, Gone Martin's metabolism is bothered on account of sun spots.
18. Who Am I? Martin loses his memory of everything, including his origins.
19. Now You See It, Now You Don't A museum is about to lay off its curator, until Martin intervenes.
20. My Nephew the Artist Martin's art work is praised, but Tim gets all the credit.
21. Hitchhike to Mars A local business finances a trip to Mars. Martin is interested in going along.
22. Uncle Martin's Broadcast Tim's reporter career branches out to crime stories. Martin's antennae prove useful.
23. An Old, Old Friend of the Family When an Asian Head of State visits the area, Martin intervenes to get Tim an exclusive.
24. Super-Duper Snooper Martin finds himself as the target of snooping when Mrs. Brown takes up detective work as a hobby.
25. The Sinkable Mrs. Brown Tim might find himself without a house when Mrs. Brown decides to sell.
26. Martin and the Eternal Triangle Martin finds himself sharing the attentions of Mrs. Brown with a Frenchman, Andre Dupre.
27. Danger! High Voltage! Martin absorbs an electrical charge, but the whole town's power supply is affected.
28. If You Can't Lick Them Martin's antennae attracts a new playmate in a young child.
29. Unidentified Flying Uncle Martin Martin is seen when he tests the flight worthiness of his space ship.
30. How Are You Gonna Keep Them Down on the Pharmacy? Martin is seen when he tests the flight worthiness of his space ship.
31. Miss Jekyll and Hyde Martin's identity is threatened when Mrs. Brown's niece, Paula, starts asking too many questions.
32. Who's Got the Power? Martin's powers become impaired during an electrical storm.
33. Oh, My Aching Antenna Martin starts to feel old, and he blames Earth's stronger gravitational force.
34. The Disastro-nauts A wealthy man builds a space ship. Martin steps forward to take it to Mars.
35. Shake Well and Don't Use Martin makes a stew, and Mr. Burns has an unusual reaction.
36. A Nose for News Martin fills in for Tim at work. During that time, Martin gains a high profile interview.
37. Uncle Martin's Wisdom Tooth Martin discovers that a toothache's symptoms include impaired eyesight.
Tim O'Hara (Bill Bixby) is a young Midwesterner who relocated to California after college and became a reporter for the Los Angeles Sun. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Chrijeff
great shows.i missed watching them.the manufacturing of these discs were great.again on the complete series 2.the discs were manufactured not very well. Read morePublished 10 months ago by ffor
Who didn't love this TV Series, Hilarious old TV Movie.
Ray Walston did a great job as the Martian.
And if I remember correctly, wasn't Bill Bixby (sp?) his friend?
Fun series, but save some money and buy the official U.S. version for $23.
My Favorite Martian: Season 1
It was an excellent dvd series set, great shape, and very fast shipping! Thanks!!!Published 13 months ago by Richard Deibner
another one. we no its not real, but cute to watch, evening grandma and grandpa like to watch it. cutePublished 15 months ago by jody ash
Great action and laughter the comedy is well timed and just enjoyable , good fun and laughs Makes me happyPublished 15 months ago by Thomas E. Pritchard
I loved it I am going to get the other ones too thank you even it being in black and white my kids watched it tooPublished 17 months ago by suewest