Tuesday, November 19, 2013

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

Ann Blyth and Glenn Strange
This week's selections for (usually) unfairly overlooked or obscure audio/visual presentations, including stage drama (and puppetry), museum shows and small conventions, at the links below...and the probability of a few more to be added over the course of the day. As always, thanks to all you who read as well as those who contribute these...and if I've overlooked your or someone else's review or citation, please let me know in comments...my own long-promised bit on mermaid drama seems to be just swimmingly  elusive, or at least the time to it remotely correctly...

Anonymous: Clothes Make the Man?

Bill Crider: Rider on the Rain [trailer]

Brian Arnold: 29th Street

B. V. Lawson: Media Murder

Dan Stumpf: The Girl Hunters

David Vineyard: Gambling Ship (adapting Fast One by Paul Cain)

Elizabeth Foxwell: Terror Street; Gideon's Day (aka Gideon of Scotland Yard)

Evan Lewis: Mattel Shootin' Shell toy pistols and their tv ads

George Kelley: Warhorse (2013 stage/puppetry)

How Did This Get Made?: Fair Game

Iba Dawson: Kendra Bean on Vivian Leigh

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Accidentally Preserved 2; The Ace of Hearts; Radio Rides the Range

J. Kingston Pierce: Sherlock Holmes (1954 television); the new Murder, She Wrote

Jack Seabrook: Alfred Hitchcock Presents: "The Man with Two Faces" by Henry Slesar

Jackie Kashian: Dana Gould, Matt Weinhold and Shawn Sheridan on monsters in the dramatic arts

Jacqueline T. Lynch: -30-

Jake Hinkson: Colorado Territory; Noir at the Bar

James Reasoner: The Brave One

Jerry House: Fear in the Night

John Charles: The Exterminator; Vigilante

Juri Nummelin: Baron Prásil (aka The Fabulous Baron Munchhausen)

Kate Laity: "Volcano Saga"; The Juniper Tree

Kliph Nesteroff: Pat Carroll

Laura: Les demoiselles de Rochefort (aka The Young Girls of Rochefort); The Falcon's Alibi

Lucy Brown: Penguin Pool Murder

Martin Edwards: The Escape Artist and Agatha Christie's Poirot: "Curtain"

Marty McKee: Chatterbox; Macabre; Room 222

Mystery Dave: White Zombie; Hellboy: Blood and Iron

Niall O'Conghaile: Charlotte Church on music-industry misogyny
Charlotte Church


Patti Abbott: Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon

Paul Gallagher: The Goon Show

Pearce Duncan: Sugar Hill

Prashant Trikannad: Bud Spencer and Terence Hill

Randy Johnson: Blonde Inspiration; Django Kills Silently (aka Bill il taciturno)

RGJ/Television Obscurities: Miss Susan

Rick: Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation; The Night of the Grizzly; The Birds and the Bees

Rod Lott: Spies Against the World (aka Spie contra il mondo); Nurse Sherri

Ron Scheer: Rio Lobo

Sergio Angelini: Blind Date; We Need to Talk About Kevin

Stacia Jones: The White Dawn; Sidekicks; Nichols

Stephen Bowie: Gail Kobe

Stephen Gallagher: Doctor Who: The Science Behind the Scenes

Walter Albert: The Wrong Box

Yvette Banek: Daddy Long-Legs

8 comments:

Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

Thanks very much Todd.

Todd Mason said...

As always, Sergio, no, thank you, sir.

Phillyradiogeek said...

Talk about your Catch of the Day! See what I did there?

Yvette said...

Todd, I've got one just going up - even as we speak. Late as usual. :)

Todd Mason said...

As always, never a problem, Yvette. Thanks.

Brian...hm, could you explicate? Strange as the behemoth might just be able to toss the merBlyth around the market in showy tradition...

Juri Nummelin said...

Just posting mine.

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, Juri!

Evan Lewis said...

Frankenstein and the Mermaid would have been a great film. Universal missed a bet there.