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My Favorite Martian 3 Seasons

Season 3
4.7 out of 5 stars (63) IMDb 7.4/10

Bill Bixby, as newspaper reporter Tim O'Hara, stumbles across a crashed spaceship. He finds a Martian, played by Ray Walston, who he befriends and protects while the alien repairs his ship.

Starring:
Ray Walston, Bill Bixby

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Season 3

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1. Go West, Young Martian (Part 1)

A time machine plummets Tim and Martin back to the Gold Rush Days.

TV-G Runtime: 25 minutes Release date: January 1, 2007

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2. Go West, Young Martian (Part 2)

Tim and Martin search for their time machine.

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3. Martin of the Movies

Martin helps Mrs. Brown's brother build a robot that does household chores.

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4. Keep Me From the Church on Time

Uncle Martin takes a photo of Tim with his future telling camera. They are both shocked by the resulting photo showing Tim at the altar with an unidentified woman who's back is to the camera.

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5. I'd Rather Fight Than Switch

A human-looking extraterrestrial in a one-man spaceship crash-lands near Los Angeles.

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6. Tim, the Mastermind

Tim's I.Q. soars when he downs Martin's brain-power pills.

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7. Martin Goldfinger

Tim's I.Q. soars when he downs Martin's brain-power pills.

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8. Bottled Martin

Uncle Martin, packed in a tiny bottle, is bound for the Middle East.

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9. Hate Me a Little

Martin's benevolence-inducing light has an unusual effect on Brennan.

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10. Girl in the Flying Machine

Martin accidentally pulls an alien spaceship out of the sky.

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11. The Time Machine is Waking Up That Old Gang of Mine

The time machine brings Tim, Martin and Mrs. Brown face to face with Jesse and Frank James.

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12. Avenue C Mob

Disguised as a 70-year-old, Martin becomes a night watchman.

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13. Tim and Tim Again

Double trouble - Martin's duplicating machine creates two Tims.

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14. Lorelei Brown vs. Everybody

A Martian pill turns Mrs. Brown into a crusading crime-fighter.

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15. The O'Hara Caper

Tim is arrested for theft when he's forced to help two jewel robbers.-fighter.

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16. Who's Got a Secret?

Rumors spread that Martin is working on a secret Government project.

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17. Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow

The unexplained presence of "Uncle" Martin jeopardizes Tim's claim to an inheritance.

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18. Martin's Revoltin' Development

An invisible Martin is photographed capturing an escaped criminal.

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19. TV or Not TV

Martin helps Mrs. Brown's brother build a robot that does household chores.

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20. Man From Uncle Martin

Martin helps Mrs. Brown's brother build a robot that does household chores.

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21. Martin the Mannequin

In a department store, Martin is frozen into a mannequin-like pose.

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22. Butterball

A criminal escapes. Tim and Martin become involved (as always).

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23. When a Martian Makes His Violin Cry

A gypsy curse causes Mrs. Brown to drop anything she picks up.

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24. When You Get Back Home to Mars...

When You Get Back Home to Mars, Are You Going to Get It Trouble begins when Martin's Martian nephew lands on Earth - and tells everyone where he's from.

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25. Doggone Martin

Martin turns himself into a liquid - and is lapped up by Tim's dog.

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26. Virus M for Martin

A human-looking extraterrestrial in a one-man spaceship crash-lands near Los Angeles.

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27. Our Notorious Landlady

Martin's personality alternator turns Mrs. Brown into a thief.

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28. Martin Meets His Match

Martin summons Leonardo da Vinci for help in fixing his spaceship.

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29. Horse and Buggy Martin

A mosquito bite causes Martin to act like a race horse.

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30. Stop the Presses, I Want to Get Off

A beam from Martin's regenerator gives Mrs. Brown power to foresee the future.

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31. My Nut Cup Runneth Over

Martin's molecular reassembler turns a squirrel into a human.

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32. Pay the Man the $24

Tim tampers with history when he goes back in time - and talks the Indians out of selling Manhattan.

TV-G Runtime: 25 minutes Release date: January 1, 2007

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By Wayne Bertram on January 24, 2008
Format: DVD
I live in Australia and believe it or not, we are apparently the first country in the world to have My Favorite Martian - the Third Series (and the FIRST shot in colour) available. It boasts that on the cover but don't worry my American friends - it is in your NTSC TV system - and is ALL region so your players will have no region problems.

I was sweating off to buy a season or My Favorite Martian because I wanted it in colour and kept checking Amazon but no go. Found the set a while back at the local Target but it is around in plenty of other stores here (JB Hifi for example). Full price here in OZ is AUS$69 (about US$60) which is pretty expensive but I managed to buy it for AUS$55 which is still steep but I really wanted it.

Enough of that. What about it.

Well I love it. It is the complete 3rd series (32 episodes) and as an extra includes the orignal unaired pilot episode (1963 BW). It is great to see how Uncle Martian came to end up with Tim.

I'm not going to go on about each episode as I haven't quite finished it all yet but this set from Umbrella comes on 6 dual layer single sided discs and the other extras are:

Behind the scenes home movies with Pamela Britton (Mrs Brown)

Interviews with Stan Frazen (Editor) Ted Rich (editor) James Husley (Art Director) and Wayne Stam (Actor - not sure who he played). There is a commentary on one episode (Go West Young Martian). A Stills gallery and a few other bits.

Total running time approx 883 mins.

I did notice the quality vary a little between episodes. It looks like one may have had to be sourced from a later generation print but apart from that one (so far) the transfers are sharp and clean.

If you like "Martian" then get it as soon as it is available.

Cheers from Down Under
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More than anything, seeing this set finally become available is great news for those of us who bought the first two seasons of "My Favorite Martian" from Rhino several years back...and then waited, and waited, and waited for the third (and final) season that never came.

The first thing to know about this set is that it doesn't come from Rhino, but rather from an Australian company, Umbrella. When it became clear that Rhino was never going to release the final season, Jack Chertok Productions (producer and owner of the the show) worked with Umbrella to produce and release this set in Australia -- but in a format that could be re-imported into the US. As a result, we not only get all 32 episodes of the final season, but we get to see the extras that Rhino didn't see fit to include in the previous seasons.

For those who enjoyed this show (and probably already own the first two seasons), this set is well worth buying. It's a better quality set by far than what Rhino released (no syndication edits or jumpy video) and has some nice extras. And most importantly, it's fun to watch -- there's an innocensce behind the humor in "My Favorite Martian" that is nice to see, and a pleasant change from the mean-spiritness of so many newer programs.
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I ordered this 3rd season of My Favorite Martian from Australia in November, 2007 for $53 (American dollars) including shipping, and it has turned out to be great. The single sided discs are in a plastic multipack, as opposed to the cardboard packages that held the 3 Rhino double sided discs for each of seasons 1 and 2. With the exception of one episode featuring Yvonne "Batgirl" Craig, which, though full length, appears to be from a faded 16mm print, the episodes are very clear, unedited, and have good sound.
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For those who are wondering... I received my copy yesterday and this IS the AUSTRALIAN import from Umbrella Entertainment. It is REGION FREE and in NTSC FORMAT - in other words it will play in ALL US DVD players! It is has 6 discs (no double sided ones here) in a AMARAY style case with a great 3D cover! I have not had a chance to watch it yet, but I know there were alot of questions about this product and I just wanted to clear them up.
The real title is "The Complete Third SERIES" In Full Colour rather than "Season". I hope this helps.
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The 2012 MPI Home Video "COLLECTOR'S EDITION" DVD release of MY FAVORITE MARTIAN SEASON 3
features all the color episodes unedited as originally broadcast on CBS in 1965-66.

The DVD set also offers a nice mix of bonus features such as behind-the-scenes footage, home movies,
original cast commercials, special effects footage and vintage radio shows from the 1960s
where Lucille Ball interviews Martian stars Bill Bixby and Ray Walston at length.

This MPI American DVD set is the best release of this series on DVD yet -- also the greatest value
and nicest quality packaging. MPI Beats the Australian release by far.
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Probably the second funniest of the "fantasy comedies" of the 60s, after "Jeannie", too bad this was the final season, because nothing was lost in the transition from B&W to color; would have loved to see another season of this series.

Rest In Peace, Ray Walston, Bill Bixby and Pamela Britton.....
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This was the third and final season of "My Favourite Martian".This was shot in colour as opposed to the two previous seasons which were shot in black and white.It's good to see what a series looks like when it goes from black and white to colour
It starred Ray Walston as the Martian who crashes on earth and is found by a news reporter played by Bill Bixby who later would star in "The Incredible Hulk".Bixby takes Martin home with him until he can repair his spaceship and thus ensues all kinds of problems and comedic adventures.Not least a detective who suspects that both are up to no good and who also happens to be the landlady's boy friend.Alan Hewitt plays Detective Brennan.
Special effects seem dated by today's standards but are still amusing to watch.
Special features include film of testing visual smoke effects for the show.Film tests with the actor's on how the show would look like in colour.Three interviews with the actors from Lucille Ball's radio show.Plus photo Gallery.Also a lost pilot to a show called "The Man in the Square Suit" starring a youngish Paul Dooley.
All in all a nice little show.
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