Wednesday, November 27, 2013

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

Moscow-Cassiopeia
This week's selections for (usually) unfairly overlooked or obscure audio/visual presentations 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...

Bill Crider: My Favorite Brunette [excerpt--though the entire film is linked to in the review post]

Brian Arnold: The Mouse on the Mayflower

BV Lawson: Media Murder

David Vineyard: The Poppy is Also a Flower (aka The Opium Connection aka Operation Opium)

Elizabeth Foxwell: Satan Met a Lady; Noel Coward stage production photos; The Vault: "Ngaio Marsh"

About Time
Evan Lewis: Ellery Queen: Master Detective

George Kelley: About Time

Iba Dawson: The Mirror

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: The Little Rascals/Our Gang: Die Kleinen Stroiche 1927-29; Hal Roach [Studios]: Female Comedy Teams

J. Kingston Pierce: Bullet Points

Jacqueline T. Lynch: 21 November 1963 at the movies...

James Reasoner: Flypaper (2011 film)

Jerry House: Thanksgiving with George Burns and Gracie Allen...and Charlie Chaplin

They Call Her...Cleopatra Wong
John Charles: One-Armed Executioner; They Call Her...Cleopatra Wong

Juri Nummelin: Moscow-Cassiopeia (1974 USSR sf film)

Kate Laity: The Light Princess; Fashion Beast

Laura: The Affairs of Cellini; The Silver Whip

Lucy Brown: Flower Drum Song

Martin Edwards: Agatha Christie's Poirot: "Dead Man's Folly"

Marty McKee: Shotgun Wedding

Mystery Dave: Cockneys vs. Zombies

Patti Abbott: Masterpiece Theatre: "The First Churchills"

Pearce Duncan: Dead End (2003 film)

Prashant Trikannad: the 10 animated films with the best voices

Randy Johnson: The Tall Target; La caza del oro (aka Too Much Gold for One Gringo aka They Believed He was No Saint) 

Rick: She (1965 film); gift ideas

Rod Lott: Death Force; Goldengirl; The Uninvited
Ride Lonesome

Ron Scheer: Ride Lonesome

Sergio Angelini: The Drowning Pool

Stacia Jones: I Married a Monster from Outer Space; The Carpetbaggers; The Assassination Bureau

Stephen Bowie: Peyton Place

Stephen Gallagher: The 2013 European Science TV and New Media Festival

Yvette Banek: Hatari!

The Light Princess

2 comments:

kalaity.com said...

Hope things are less crazy...

Todd Mason said...

No, but at least for the moment less imperiling...thanks!