Wednesday, June 23, 2021

the "Lost and Newly Recovered" Tuesday's Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V: 11 October 2017

Alice Chang:  "NC, Esq." on TitanicDark Souls 3

A. J. Wright: Frances Bergen

the Allan Fish Online Film Festival 2017

Anne Billson:  Horror and Women; That Darn Cat  (1965 film)(Cat of the Day); Lav Story: Toilets in Film

The Big Broadcast15 October

Bill Crider: The True Story of Jesse James [trailer]; The Purple Mask [excerpt]; Harlan Coben's The Five [promo]; Black Bart [excerpt]; Solomon Kane [trailer]; The Third Man (NTA/BBC tv series)Phantom Lady [trailer];
This is Elvis [trailer]Bulldog Drummond (1929 film)The Count of Monte Cristo (1956 tv series); Rock! Rock! Rock! [trailer]; Scaramouche (1923 silent film); The Face of Fu Manchu [trailer]; The Four Feathers (1939 film) [trailer]; The Prisoner of Zenda (1952 film) [trailer]; The Prisoner of Zenda (1937 film) [trailer]; In a Valley of Violence [trailer]

The Faculty of HorrorGremlins (1984)31 Days of Halloween: Andrea, and Alex; Cube

How Did This Get Made?The Wraith

John Grant: Un Crime; A Time to Kill (1955 film); Wrong Number (2002 film); Powers Boothe; "Tragic Error"; The Mysterious Doctor; Inquest; The Purple Gang; "Los Crímenes"

Jonathan Lewis: The Far FrontierPassengers (2016 film); Rasputin, The Mad Monk; Eyes of Texas; The Arnelo Affair

Judy Gold/Kill Me Now: Felicia Michaels

Karen Hannsberry: Great Villain Blogathon; Five Stars: Jean Harlow, Norma Shearer, Barbara Stanwyk, Joan Crawford and Bette Davis; Hold Your Man

Kate Laity: "Witches" at September Gallery

Ken Levine: next season's sitcoms; sitcom writing underachievement

Ken Reid/TV Guidance Counselor: Stephen Bissette, horror/comics guy

Kim Newman: KaboomDon't Let Him In; Cobra Woman

Kliph Nesteroff: The Steve Allen Christmas Show (1961); The Paul Lynde Show (with guest Jodie Foster).[..a vintage example of sub-par sitcom writing...]; East Side, West Side: "The Beatnik and the Politician" with Alan Arkin

Kristina Dijan: The Invisible RayUnion Depot; Great Villains Blogathon; The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974)

The Long Shot: Tim Baltz; Helen Hong; Paul Danke; Jordan Brady

Louis Fowler: South Bronx Heroes; The Firm

Maria Alexander: What Star Wars (including the radio series) meant for me...

Mark Anthony Lacy: Top 12 1960s sexploitation films

Martin Edwards: Dead Man's Evidence; Don't Talk to Strange Men; Crimefest; AlliedThriller of the Year (stage); Danger by My Side; Stranger in Town

Patricia Abbott: 30 Rock; 1984 (1984 film); Late Night with David Letterman; A Quiet Passion 

Patricia Nolan-Hall: Ricardo Cortez; Simon and Laura; Five Stars: Barbara Stanwyck, James Cagney, Laurel and Hardy, John Wayne; A Tree Grows in Brooklyn; Dial M for Murder (1954); Little Boy Lost; Me and My Pal; The Far Country

Paul D. Brazill: Dog SoldiersLast Cab to Darwin; Len and Company 

The Projection BoothThe Lost One; The Ninth Configuration; Who is Arthur Chu?; Mommie Dearest; Wanda Whips Wall Street; Rick Marx; Tami Stronach

Raquel Stecher: The Beguiled; Dancing Lady; What's Up, Doc?The China Syndrome

Ren Zelen: Something Wild

Rick: The African Queen; Five Stars: Cary Grant, Deborah Kerr, David Niven, Katherine Hepburn; Young Sherlock Holmes; Billy Wider; Marlowe; 
equestrian films

Rod Lott: Wolves at the Door; The Circle; Rest Stop: SST: Death Flight; SnakeEater; SnakeEater II: The Drug Buster; The Belko Experiment

Ruth Kerr: Night Nurse; You Can't Take It With You; Five Stars: Ida Lupino, The Nicholas Brothers, Thelma Ritter, John Wayne; Stella Dallas; TCM Classic Film Festival

Salome Wilde: A Woman's Face (1938 Sweden and 1941 US); Laird Cregar; Five Stars: Barbara Stanwyck, Jean Gabin, Ida Lupino, Lauren Bacall, Peter Lorre; Nazi noir: The Murderers are Among Us; Turn the Key Softly; noir and the Oscars; Finger of Guilt (aka Intimate Stranger)

Scott A. Cupp: Arsene Lupin; The Giant Claw; The Neanderthal Man (1953 film); Reaper: Pilot 

Sergio Angelini: Last Resort; The Woman in Green The Marseilles Contract

Stacia Kissick Jones: Johnny Guitar; Gas-s-s-s

Stacie Ponder: The Fog


Jack Seabrook said...

Thanks, Todd!

Neeru said...

Todd, are you bringing back this much-missed feature?

Todd Mason said...

Definitely maybe, Neeru, if I can get my energy and life affairs back into better order! This one was all but complete and waiting for something else, I don't remember what at this late date, to be accessible or finished, but was itself nearly finished, so decided to post it finally while working on my first relatively On-Time FFB list in a while.

And thank you, and you, too, Jack, for the good words.