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New on TheArchive Channel: Winter 2023 Wrap-Up

Now that it's officially Spring, we invite you to explore the magic of our recent 4K restorations and film and TV dug out from TheArchive this past Winter. These timeless titles have been lovingly revitalized to offer an unforgettable viewing experience that bridges the gap between the past and present.  Dug from TheArchive: Colonel Bleep: The Malicious Mailman In this previously lost episode, Colonel Bleep molds molten sunbeams into life-saving protective solar shields. These shields protect from Dr. Destructo's moon-powered lunar luger! As shields are being prepared for shipment at Postal Station #1, Dr. Destructo sends a metallic monster with an X-ray gun to weed out the packages with solar shields. Will Colonel Bleep be able to save the day? Relatively Speaking  A game show in which a panel of celebrities attempts to guess the identity of a famous relative by asking yes or no questions to the non-famous contestant. The show is hosted by John Byner, and celebrity guests inc

The Adventures of Sir Lancelot Now in 4K!

The Adventures of Sir Lancelot is a British television series that debuted in 1956. It graced the ITV network with its presence. Leading the show was William Russell , who portrayed the titular character Sir Lancelot, a Knight of the Round Table during the era of King Arthur in the mystical city of Camelot. Now you can watch all 30 episodes of this historical classic in 4K, here on TheArchive!! Across the Atlantic in the United States, the series initially found its home on NBC, where it aired from 1956 to 1957. Remarkably, its immense popularity on the American network paved the way for a historic achievement: it became the first British television series to film entire episodes in vibrant color. It was shown at first in B&W in the US and then the later episodes, in color.   The Adventures of Sir Lancelot enlisted the talents of American screenwriters who had relocated to Britain after encountering difficulties due to the Hollywood blacklist . Many of these scribes chose to work