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Another version was made by The Dead Boys on their first album Young, Loud and Snotty also released in 1977. [6]

Baskin, Gonzalez and Sharkey continued to write new material and came up with " Little Girl " and "You" which the band recorded for Hush Records in San Francisco, on January 9, 1966. "Little Girl" became a regional hit after San Jose radio station KLIV latched onto it. From there it attracted the attention of Bill Gavin's tip sheet and then executives at Bell Records in New York. Bell released it nationally and offered the group a contract for an album. Replacing Larry Ray with lead guitarist Jim Sawyers, they wrote and recorded the LP in three weeks. They then began a national tour appearing with other hit acts such as: Paul Revere & the Raiders , the Young Rascals , and the Yardbirds . "Little Girl" peaked at #8 on the Billboard Hot 100 on 9–16 July 1966 and #5 on Cashbox . The follow-up "Rumors" also hit the Hot 100 and peaked at #55 on 1 October 1966. [4]

At the end of the opening credits is the tagline: "The Truth Is Out There." However, for some episodes, that tagline is changed:


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