Tuesday, June 18, 2013

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

Much Ado About Nothing
Below, today's set of reviews and citations of audiovisual works and related matter, with the posts at the links (and two takes on varying productions of Miss Marple stories)... as always, thanks to all the contributors and to all you readers for your participation. And, as usual, there are likely to be additions to this list over the course of the day, and if I've missed your, or someone else's, post, please let me know in comments...thanks again...

Bill Crider: Mr. Roberts  ...trailer

Brian Arnold: All things Kal-El

Stranger on the Third Floor
BV Lawson: Media Murder

Dan Stumpf: Stranger on the Third Floor

Ed Gorman: Employees' Entrance

Ed Lynskey: Where the Sidewalk Ends

Elizabeth Foxwell: The Notorious Landlady
Where the Sidewalk Ends

Evan Lewis: The Lone Ranger Rides Again

George Kelley: Marple: The Classic Mysteries Collection

Iba Dawson: Much Ado About Nothing (2003 film)

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Suspense (the CBS radio institution and extensions); The Doris Day Show

Jackie Kashian: At A-Kon with voice actor Ms. Lisle Wilkerson

Jacqueline T. Lynch: dance cards in film
Employees' Entrance

Jake Hinkson: On Robert Mitchum
Spring Breakers

James Reasoner: The Borgia Stick

Jerry House: What's My Line?

John F. Norris: A Life at Stake

Juri Nummelin: Spring Breakers

Kate Laity: Let the Right One In (on stage, 2013)

Kliph Nesteroff: Pete and Gladys

The Fox
Laura: Legion of the Lawless; Pushover

Lucy Brown: The Fall (tv series)

Martin Edwards: Marple: A Caribbean Mystery (tv)

Mystery Dave: Three Fugitives

Patti Abbott: The Fox

Prashant Trikannad: Cher in A/V

Randy Johnson: Five Came Back; May God Forgive You...I Won't (aka Chiedi perdono a Dio...non a me)

Rick: The Sons of Katie Elder

Rod Lott: Banned (1989 film)

Sergio Angelini: Playback (BBC radio adaptation)

Murder by the Clock
Shannon Clute: Detour

Stacia Jones: blogathons and more

Stephen Gallagher: The European Science TV and New Media Festival (and here); Eleventh Hour

Television Obscurities: Television Forecast, 1949

Walter Albert: Murder by the Clock

Yvette Banek: Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum
Lisle Wilkerson


Yvette said...

Okay, Todd, I'm up and running. Better late than never, as is my usual. :)

Todd Mason said...

As always, not a problem, Yvette. Thanks!