Wednesday, September 7, 2011

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

Bill Crider: Mister Buddwing

Brian Arnold: Three O'Clock High

Eric Peterson: The Runnin' Kind

Evan Lewis: "Minnie the Moocher" (with Betty Boop)

George Kelley: Fleischer's "Superman" animation

Iba Dawson: Home of the Brave (1949)

Jackie Kashian interviews Graham Ellwood (of Comedy Film Nerds) about 1970s US crime drama, among other matters.

James Reasoner: Nickelodeon

Jeff: Voyage of the Rock Aliens

Jerry House: One Step Beyond (aka Alcoa Presents:) episode "The Captain's Guests"

Juri Nummelin: The Humpbacked Horse (aka Konyok-gorbunok) (1977)

Marty McKee: The Man from U.N.C.L.E. film week...

Patti Abbott: Bunny Lake is Missing

Randy Johnson: Invisible Invaders

Richard Robinson: To Serve Them All My Days (see comments, below)

Ron Scheer: Buffalo Bill (1944)

Scott Cupp: Wonderfalls

Stephen Gallagher: Crusoe (2008)

Steve Lewis: Colorado Serenade; The Tioga Kid

Yvette Banek: Homecoming

Related matter:

BV Lawson: Media Murder

Ed Gorman remembers Jerry Lewis

Elizabeth Foxwell: BBC Radio 4 Extra crime drama

Enfantino and Scoleri: To the Batpoles!

Lee Goldberg: LA Times contest for Main Title Sequences; Tenspeed and Brown Shoe


Scott Cupp said...

mine will be up a little later today, Todd

Todd Mason said...

Good to know...mine, too. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Not that I'll have a write-up of any kind, but started watching the Brit make, for Masterpiece Theater, I think, of To Serve Them All My Days, book by Delderfield. I'd seen this many years ago when first broadcast, and remembered it fondly, so put on the Netflix queue and have had it sitting here for a while. Just as good as I remembered, and a really fine cast of British actors in the cast, most of them, I believe, now gone.

Todd Mason said...

Wow...I wouldn't've guessed it was telecast back in 1980...I vaguely remember that one...

K. A. Laity said...

In another week, I may be back to participating. Sorting out the bank and all has proved taxing and somewhat irritating as all administrative tasks do.

Todd Mason said...

Looking forward to it!