Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Tuesday's Overlooked A/V: films, television, radio and more

Too Late for Tears
The weekly roundup of reviews, interviews, and other citations of (often, though not always) underappreciated examples of the dramatic and related arts. As always, please let me know if I've missed your or anyone else's contribution this week in comments... thanks. And, clearly, with two reviews this week, It's Too Late for Tears...at very least, at CrimeFest 2016...

Anne Billson: Parkland and other JFK assassination films

Anonymous: The Crowd; The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance; The Wind; Three Colors: White

Bhob Stewart: "Terminus"; Carnival of Souls; Baby Doll; "Eyeborg"

The Big Broadcast: 22 May 2016
  • 7:00p Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar
    The Simple Simon Matter 05/14/61) (22:51)
  • 7:30p Dragnet #265
    The Big Cut (09/14/54) (25:07)
  • 8:00p Gunsmoke
    Custer (09/15/57) (20:45)
  • 8:30p The Alan Young Show
    Home Available for Veterans (11/1/46) 
  • 9:00p The Halls of Ivy
    The Lame Girl and the Hypochondriac (03/12/59) (28:59)
  • 9:30p Phil Harris and Alice Faye
    The Television Test (11/06/49) (29:29)
  • 10:00p Mr. and Mrs. Blandings
    The New Freeway (11/08/50) (28:46)
  • 10:30p Four Star Playhouse
    The Hunted (8/14/49) 
Benjamin Poole: Tell Me Sweet Something

Bill Crider: Charade (1963 film)[trailer]

"BNoirDetour": Kay Francis and Walter Huston, 1931-1950

B. V. Lawson: Media Murder

Comedy Film Nerds: Jay Larson; Tim Bennett

Cult TV: The Avengers: "The Radioactive Man"

An initially rough-shape copy of "Bells of Atlantis"...an interesting curio scored by Bebe and Louis Barron (perhaps best remembered in some circles for their score for Forbidden Planet), and springing from a recital by Anais Nin, with visual imagery by Len and Ian Hugo, the latter the prime mover of the project.


Dan Stumpf: Station West

David Vineyard: Panic in Year Zero!

Elizabeth Foxwell: Four Star Playhouse: "Night Ride"

George Kelley: Sing Street
Love and Friendship

Gilligan Newton-John: Swedish Wildcats; What the Swedish Butler Saw (NSFW imagery)

How Did This Get Made?: Hell Comes to Frogtown; SolarBabies

Iba Dawson: Love and Friendship

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Too Late for Tears; Ruthless; The Family Secret; Dick Powell in Richard Diamond, Private Detective and other radio

Jackie Kashian: Gina Devivo

Jackie Kashian and Laurie Kilmartin: The Jackie and Laurie Show
Escape from Fort Bravo

Jacqueline T. Lynch: Cinevent

Jake Hinkson: Too Late for Tears

James Reasoner: Escape from Fort Bravo

Janet Varney: Amber Tozer

Jerry House: Love from a Stranger (aka A Night of Terror); The Jack Benny Program: "Jack Hires Rochester"; TEDx Talks: "Growing Up in STEM as a Girl: Cassidy Williams"

Jim Knipfel: Kiss Me Deadly

John Grant: Seven Thunders; The Young Don't Cry; Operation Diplomat

Jonathan Lewis: Crush the Skull

Julie Seabaugh: Night After Night to @midnight: An oral history of Comedy Central (Part 1)

Karen Hannsberry: Great Villains! 

Kelley Robinson: "How It Feels to be Run Over"

Ken Levine: Mary and the Chicago Post

Kliph Nesteroff: The Mike Douglas Show: "Minnie Pearl and Anissa Jones", 1969
Stranger on Horseback

Kristina Dijan: The Man from Laramie; Pleasure Cruise; Double Harness; 3 Joel McCrea westerns; another 3 Joel McCrea westerns; Great Villains!

Laura G: The Private Affairs of Bel Ami; Woman on the Run; Susan Slept Here The Florodora Girl; Haunted Honeymoon

Lindsey: Walk the Dark Street

Lucy Brown: Case Histories
Julia's Eyes aka Los ojos de Julia

Martin Edwards: Julia's Eyes; Phoenix; Marcella; CrimeFest 2016

Marty McKee: Trial by Terror; Bounty Killer

Mitchell Hadley:  TV Guide, Dallas/Ft. Worth, 1 June 1956

Noel Vera: The Heavens Indivisible

Patricia Abbott: Sunset Song
Sunset Song

Patricia Nolan-Hall: Maverick: "Shady Deal at Sunny Acres"

Paul D. Brazill: contra carrying on with Carry On...

Peter Rozovsky: CrimeFest 2016

Pop My Culture: Rick Overton

Raquel Stecher: Anne of Green Gables (1934 film)

Rick: 23 Paces to Baker Street; Signpost to Murder

Rod Lott: Nature Girl and the Slaver; Snakes on a Plane; 4 recent psychopath films; My Amityville Horror; The Boy
Fathom

"Rupert Pupkin": Manhunter

Ruth Kerr: Great Villains!; Touch of Evil

Sam Juliano: The King and I (stage)

Scott A. Cupp: Fathom

Sergio Angelini: Strait-Jacket

Stacia Jones: Candy: Try and Get Me! (aka The Sound of Fury); Dolemite

Stephen Baxter: Meg Mundy

Stephen Gallagher: Festival of Fantastic Films

Steve Lewis: The Dakotas: "A Man Called Ragan"

Victoria Loomes: My Fair Lady

Vienna: The Ice Follies of 1939



6 comments:

Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

Fantastic - I have never seen TOO LATE FOR TEARS and am really looking forward to getting the new Blu-ray (it is getting its own UK release, so anticipate yet another review chum!)

Todd Mason said...

Looking forward to seeing both the film and the review! Thanks.

David N. Shirley, Jr. said...

Wow! What a round-up of sites, links, etc. Thanks!
All the best from the new crime fiction blogger with an empty blog, David.

Todd Mason said...

Thanks. Your reviews can be collected similarly!

Kelly Robinson said...

Thanks for the link! I'll be reading as many posts as I can.

Todd Mason said...

Thank you for your fine contribution, about a multiply pioneering short film (not so short for its time). And, tomorrow, Friday's Books...