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14:17  03 march  2018
14:17  03 march  2018 Source:   esquire.co.uk

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Part and parcel of being a TV obsessive is nit-picking. It's important to get your facts in order, right?

But you'd be surprised how often something as important as the actual name of a TV show gets misremembered. Take notes, people.

1. Catch the Pigeon OR Stop the Pigeon

Actually called: Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines

We'll forgive just plain old Dastardly and Muttley, since that's the name under which the show was aired in the UK.

But no, Hanna-Barbera's classic Wacky Races spin-off, featuring our favourite wheezing, cackling villains pursuing Yankee Doodle Pigeon, was never called Catch the Pigeon, or Stop the Pigeon (though the latter phrase pops up – a lot – in the show's theme song).

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2. Sergeant Bilko

Actually called: The Phil Silvers Show

This classic sitcom (and inspiration for Top Cat – which itself was actually called Boss Cat in the UK, despite its universally recognised name and theme song) aired on CBS from 1955 to '59, starring comedian Phil Silvers as scheming shirker Sergeant Ernest G Bilko... but it's a common misconception that the show itself was ever called Sergeant Bilko or Bilko (though it was sometimes promoted as such in repeats).

Bonus fact: the series was actually original titled You'll Never Get Rich, but that name was dropped shortly after its debut, in favour of The Phil Silvers Show.

3. Batman: The Animated Series

Actually called: The Adventures of Batman & Robin

Bit of a complicated one, this, but stick with us.

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For its first 70 episodes, the much-loved 1990s show starring DC's Dark Knight had no on-screen title. For its final 15 episodes, it was given the on-screen title The Adventures of Batman & Robin, which was later retroactively applied to the previous episodes, being used for repeats.

Before that, it had been known informally as Batman: The Animated Series or just Batman. But neither name ever appeared on screen.

4. Jem and the Holograms

Actually called: Jem

"Jem and the Holograms" is the name of the rock group at the centre of this 1980s animation. It's also the name of the misfiring movie adaptation from 2015.

But the original series itself? That was just Jem. Watch the opening titles above if you don't believe us.

5. Making of a Murderer

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Actually called: Making a Murderer

We're not entirely sure why fans of Netflix's gripping docu-series insist on inserting an extra "of" into the show's title. But they frequently do.

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