Tuesday, December 3, 2013

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

Daddy Long Legs
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: The Dark at the Top of the Stairs [soundtrack theme/slideshow]

Brian Arnold: Thanksgiving (and Christmas) bounty of a/v

BV Lawson: Media Murder

Ed Lynskey: 13 West Street

Elizabeth Foxwell: Narrow Margin (1952 film); John Le Carre items from Oxford online

Evan Lewis: Mattel Snub-nose .38 toy commercials

George Kelley: Extract

How Did This Get Made?: Hudson Hawk

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: King Kong (1933) [least obscure film of the year award]

J. Kingston Pierce: Toma and Tony Musante

Jackie Kashian: Brandi Brown

James Reasoner: 100 Rifles

Jeff Flugel: The Falcon and the Co-eds; The Falcon Out West; The Devil Rides Out

Jerry House: GE True Theater: "I'm a Fool"

John Charles: Cheerleaders Wild Weekend

Kelly Robinson: Ghost Singles

Kliph Nesteroff: The George Burns Show with guests Jack Benny, Bobby Darin, Betty Grable and Polly Bergen (1960)

Laura: The Iron Horse (1924 film)

Mr. Lucky
Lucy Brown: Mr. Lucky

Martin Edwards: The Good Doctor (2011 film)

Marty McKee: A Fire in the Sky; Conquest of the Planet of the Apes

Michael Shonk: Four Star Playhouse: "Meet McGraw"

Mystery Dave: Batman (1966 film)

Patti Abbott: Daddy Long Legs

Pearce Duncan: Amer [possibly NSFW imagery]

Prashant Trikannad: Maggie Smith

Randy Johnson: Fast and Furious (1939 film); The Stranger Returns (aka Un uomo, un cavallo, una pistola)

Rick: Film Passion 101

Rod Lott: Eaten Alive; Skinner
The Far Country

Ron Scheer: The Far Country

Sergio Angelini: The Lady from Shanghai

Stacia Jones: Razorback

Stephen Gallagher: Going Again

Yvette Banek: Eyes in the Night

The Lady from Shanghai

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