Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Tuesday's Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V: the links

Thanks as always to all the contributors of the reviews and citations linked to below, and to you readers. If I've overlooked your or someone else's post, please let me know in comments...as usual, there will probably be some additions over the course of the day.  I hope you enjoy this typically fine set (mind you, I'm taking no credit here, except for my own writings, which are pending!...)

Bill Crider: Annie Get Your Gun (1950 film) [trailer]

Brian Arnold: A Friend Indeed: The Bill Sackter Story

B.V. Lawson: Media Murder

Community Cinema (online): Solar Mamas; Shayfeen.com 

Dan Stumpf: Bride of Vengeance

Ed Gorman: The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis

Elizabeth Foxwell: Slightly Scarlet; The Man on the Eiffel Tower

Eric Peterson: Film Discoveries of 2012

Evan Lewis: This Gun for Hire
Mummenschanz cofounders offstage

George Kelley: The Henrik Ibsen Collection (BBC dvd set); Mummenschanz 

Iba Dawson: Midnight Run

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Charley Chase short films; dvd news

Jack Seabrook: John Collier on TV: "Anniversary Gift" (Alfred Hitchcock Presents:)

Jackie Kashian: Wyatt Cenac at NYC PodFest

Jake Hinkson: Booked (the podcast)

James Reasoner: Clubhouse (tv baseball drama 2004-2005)

Jerry House: Shotgun Slade; America's Stonehenge

John Charles: A Bucket of Blood

Juri Nummelin:  Quand la ville s'eveille (aka When the City Awakes)

Kate Laity: Ida Lupino

The Loved Ones
Laura: The Falcon in Mexico; Man in the Dark

Lucy Brown: Bad Day at Black Rock

Martin Edwards: Innocent

Michael Shonk: Casablanca (1983 tv series)

Patti Abbott: The Sterile Cuckoo

Prashant Trikannad: Posse from Hell

Randy Johnson: The Third Man

Rick: The Best Rock Hudson Performances

The Vengeance of She
Rod Lott: The Loved Ones

Ron Scheer: The Wild Bunch

Scott Cupp: The Vengeance of She

Sergio Angelini: Top 10 Film Noir

Stacia Jones: Greetings

Stephen Bowie: Horton Foote on television

Vince Keenan: Nobody Else But You (aka Poupoupidou)


Yvette Banek: Charlie Chan at the Opera;
The Son of Monte Cristo

8 comments:

Yvette said...

Todd, I'm working on a post now so you'll have another to add soon.

Yvette

Prashant C. Trikannad said...

Todd, thanks for adding my post. Enjoyed a western after a long time.

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, folks...I'll be looking for it, Yvette...

Juri Nummelin said...

Here's mine:

http://pulpetti.blogspot.fi/2013/01/tuesdays-overlooked-film-quand-la-ville.html

Yvette said...

Okay Todd, I'm up and running. :)

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, and thanks again!

Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

Thanks for including me again Todd, very kind - normal Fedora tipping to be resumed next week.

Todd Mason said...

Not at all, Sergio. Odd lapses in some of the links as posted led me to get it Right this time...