Wednesday, August 29, 2012

another new link: Tuesday's Overlooked Films And/Or Other A/V: the links

As usual, a few more reviews and citations will be added over the course of the day...thanks to all the contributors and readers of these below, at the links! Please feel free to let me know in comments if I've missed yours or someone else's...thanks.

Bill Crider: Hearts of the West [trailer]

Brent McKee: Neil Armstrong's parents on I've Got a Secret

Brian Arnold: trailers

Dan Stumpf: The Captain Hates the Sea

Ed Gorman: Sports Thrillers of the '70s

Elizabeth Foxwell: Studio One: "Mr. Mummery's Suspicion" (based on Sayers's "Suspicion")

Evan Lewis: Cimarron (1931)

George Kelley: Copper

Iba Dawson: Wide Sargasso Sea (2006 BBC adaptation)

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: The Adventures of Sir Galahad

Jack Seabrook: Ray Bradbury on TV Part Two: Alfred Hitchcock Presents: "And So Died Riabouchinska"

Jackie Kashian: Kristyn Burtt on the Olympics and red-carpet interviewing

James Reasoner: G.E. College Bowl

Jerry House: The Magic Cloak of Oz

John Charles: Breeders

Juri Nummelin: Martha (1974)

Marty McKee: Ring of Fire

Patti Abbott: Therese Raquin (BBC 1980; imported for Masterpiece Theatre)

Prashant Trikannad: Twister

Randy Johnson: Jesse James (1939)

Rick: The Five Best Alfred Hitchcock Presents: episodes; the Five Coolest Cars on Classic TV

Rod Lott: Donald Glut on Shock Theater; Femme Fatale (2002)

Ron Scheer: Run for Cover

Scott Cupp: Konga;
Mars Needs Moms

Sergio Angelini: The Ward

Stacia Jones: Camp and Cult

Steve Lewis: Charter Pilot; Dark Shadows (1991); Murder on the Campus (1933)

Yvette Banek: Three Coins in the Fountain (1954)


Yvette said...

Running late as usual, Todd. But you've got plenty without me, I see. I really do have to learn to better manage my time...Anyway, I'll be up and running soon.

Todd Mason said...

No great rush, Yvette...we'll enjoy yours when it's ready!

Yvette said...

It's ready now, Todd. :) Thanks for your patience, m'dear.

Todd Mason said...

Already up! Thank you, Yvette.