Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Tuesday's Overlooked Films And/Or Other A/V: some Wednesday links
As always, with these links to reviews, citations, and often the webbed entirety of these A/V presentations, there might be a few more added over the course of the day...and if I've missed yours or someone else's, please feel free to let me know in comments. Thanks to all contributors, and to you who check these out...we're heavier than usual on warnings rather than recommendations, but those are valuable, as well!
Bill Crider: The Pirates! Band of Misfits [trailer]
Brent McKee: Which (US commercial network) series will be cancelled the quickest?
Brian Arnold: The NFL Today, December 17, 1977 (CBS-TV); Misfits of Science
Ed Gorman: The Clay Pigeon; The Larry Sanders Show
Elizabeth Foxwell: Do Not Fold, Spindle, or Mutilate
Evan Lewis: The Gunfighter (1950)
George Kelley: Robot and Frank
Iba Dawson: The Wood
Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Coming distractions: November 2012 on TCM; Wednesday's checklist: Voice of the Whistler, etc.
James Reasoner: The Lost Future (and Game of Thrones)
Jerry House: Crusader Rabbit
John Charles: Robo Warriors
Juri Nummelin: "Susie, the Little Blue Coupe"
Marty McKee: Judd for the Defense: "Tempest In A Texas Town"
Michael Shonk: Make a List: Franchise Players in the Mystery Genre
Patti Abbott: Margaret (delayed 2011 release)
Prashant Trikannad: Greed (1924)
Randy Johnson: The Waiters' Ball and the career of Fatty Arbuckle
Richard Pangburn: The Descendants
Richard York: La Setta ("The Sect")
Rick: Harry O; Tentacles
Rod Lott: In the Devil's Garden
Ron Scheer: Good Day for a Hanging
Scott Cupp: Re-Animator
Sergio Angelini: Mantrap (aka Man in Hiding) (1953)
Stacia Jones: The Phantom of the Opera (1928) and the Universal backlot; KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park
Steve Lewis: VAMP: Vintage Association of Motion Picture Blogs; When a Man's a Man; The House of the Arrow
Todd Mason: Blues Masters (1966, CBC television); Soundstage: "Blues Summit in Chicago with Muddy Waters and Friends" (PBS, 1974); Rainbow Quest (Pete Seeger's 1965-66 NYC-based series, cleared in repeats on National Educational Television, the proto-PBS)
Yvette Banek: Mr. Lucky (1943 film)