Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Tuesday's Overlooked Films And/Or Other A/V: more links
As always, thanks to all contributors and to you readers...and, as frequently, a few more reviews might well be added over the course of the day.
Bill Crider: Wild Bill (1995) (title not referring to Crider himself, who does get hero points for composing an entry using his phone) [trailer]
Brian Arnold: The Magic Christian and other VHS rummages; The Last Detail
Chuck Esola: The Boogens (see Rod Lott)
Dan Stumpf: The Last Man on Earth (1964)
Ed Gorman: Character actors: Edmond O'Brien et al.
Elisabeth Grace Foley: Lady for a Day
Elizabeth Foxwell: "Committed" (G.E. Theater) based on "Daytime Nightmare" (Box 13, the Alan Ladd radio series of a few years earlier)
Evan Lewis: Super Mouse, soon to become Mighty Mouse, in "He Dood It Again"
George Kelley: Forever Marilyn; Longmire
Jeff Flugel: Banacek: "Detour to Nowhere" (pilot)
Iba Dawson: Wilma
Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Route 66, 87th Precinct, and more
Jack Seabrook: Ray Bradbury on TV: "Shopping for Death" (Alfred Hitchcock Presents:)
Jackie Kashian: Josh Elvis Weinstein, of Freaks and Geeks, MST3K, and Cinematic Titanic
James Reasoner: The Tonight Show in the 1970s (as substitute-hosted by, for example, Jim Henson as Kermit the Frog, and by Steve Martin wearing a giant rabbit's-head mask)
Jerry House: A Silent Film Miscellany
John Charles: The Mad Butcher (1971, aka Lo strangolatore di Vienna and various titles!)
Juri Nummelin: The Way You Wanted Me (aka Sellaisena kuin sinä minut halusit)
Kate Laity: 22 Bullets (aka L’Immortel)
Mark Hand: Animal Rights 2012 Conference
Michael Shonk: Andy Barker, PI
Patti Abbott: The Grey Fox
Randy Johsnon: Pay or Die!
Pearce Duncan: Deadly Blessing
Rod Lott: The Boogens (see Chuck Esola)
Ron Scheer: The Kentuckian
Scott Cupp: Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959)
Sergio Angelini: I Spy (tv et al.; 1965-68)
Stacia Jones: Fashions of 1934
Steve Lewis: The Phantom Express; The Nickel Ride; Gail Bowen: Verdict in Blood
Todd Mason: Borgen: the complete series online marathon. The brilliant drama from the team previously responsible for the original The Killing series will be made available on a staggered basis, with a two-week window for each pair of episodes fed, for US viewers online, from the US station that feeds it, Link TV.
Yvette Banek: The Killing (US tv 2011-12); Dark Passage
Zybahn: Night Gallery: "A Question of Fear" and "The Devil is Not Mocked"