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Re: Before I Hang (1940) (reply)
Monsterpal wrote:I always thought BEFORE I HANG would make a good title for a Western.A prequel to an old Clint Eastwood film: BEFORE I HANG 'EM HIGH.
Golden Age Horror

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01/24/15 1:24 AM
Re: 60s Batman Director is 100!! (reply)
I know him most from his WB TV days where he did lots of their westerns and P.I. shows. Bless his long life, he's blessed ours.
Birthdays and Holidays

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01/22/15 4:05 AM
Re: LOST IN SPACE (1965-1968) (reply)
Rakshasa wrote:Bill Mumy just confirmed on Facebook that the entire LOST IN SPACE series is being released on Blu-ray in September of 2015!Amazon must be making shelf space, they just sent me this on a sale of the DVD set - 70% off...
TV Terrors

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01/18/15 3:02 PM
Re: THE FACE OF MARBLE (1946) #248  (reply)
horrorfilmx wrote:The only problem with Jerry Juran day was they were all so familiar. I have to say I enjoyed William Beaudine's birthday tribute a lot more. It is heartwarming to see directors such as Beaudine, Lew Landers and Edward...
Poverty Row

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01/17/15 5:59 PM
Re: THE FACE OF MARBLE (1946) #248  (reply)
Man that TCM print was bad. Was this the 40s version of shaky cam? In order to follow the film, my head was shaking like Charlie Callas.I enjoyed the next day's Nathan Juran fest a lot more, although the print of FLIGHT OF THE LOST...
Poverty Row

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01/17/15 1:08 PM
Re: The Undying Monster (reply)
TomWeaver999 wrote:Just for laughs: Anybody who's got a copy of UNDYING MONSTER, and ALSO has a copy of Monogram's THE FACE OF MARBLE ... run the two opening scenes one after the other -- very, very similar. Both movies were written by...
Golden Age Horror

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01/14/15 2:36 PM
Re: Question about VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA's David Hedison (reply)
Not that it has anything to do with Hedison but I spotted this bit of trivia for the series on the IMDb page yesterday that touched my sense of humor:"Popular character actor, and former professional wrestler, Henry Kulky was chosen as a...
TV Terrors

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01/06/15 2:27 PM
Re: DVD & Blu-ray Sales, Coupons & Exclusives  (reply)
There's a 5/$45 sale at the Warner Archive through January 5.
Classic Horror on DVD, Blu-Ray and Streaming

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01/02/15 8:08 PM
Re: GetTV (reply)
will wrote:I noticed yesterday they were advertising Boston Blackie. Footsteps in the Fog is pretty good, too, rather underrated. Sort of feels like an episode of Alfred Hitchcoock Presents done feature length.I like Footsteps in the...
TV Terrors

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01/02/15 12:20 AM
Re: Edward Herrmann, actor (reply)
fsjon wrote:I believe he also played Joseph Breen in Scorcese's THE AVIATOR, extolling the potential negative effect Jane Russell's cleavage would have on the world. RIPHe was Raymond Massey in a TV movie JAMES DEAN and William...
Final Farewells

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01/01/15 3:58 AM
Re: Edward Herrmann, actor (reply)
Gord Shriver wrote:At the time I didn't know him by name or face, but I think the first thing I saw him in was THE PAPER CHASE. (I love the movie to this day, and immediately fell for Lindsay Wagner.)  The first image that I saw today...
Final Farewells

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12/31/14 10:00 PM
Edward Herrmann, actor (topic)
From THE LOST BOYS and one-time Herman Munster:Some sad news for everyone who's just rediscovered Gilmore Girls: One of the show's most memorable stars, Edward Herrmann, has died at the age of 71. Herrmann, who's known for playing...
Final Farewells

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12/31/14 8:27 PM
Re: A CHRISTMAS CAROL (aka SCROOGE) - 1951 with Alastair Sim (reply)
Wich2 wrote:Scrooge + Mortgages... sounds like a good match!
Golden Age Horror

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12/31/14 1:53 AM
Re: A CHRISTMAS CAROL (aka SCROOGE) - 1951 with Alastair Sim (reply)
jamesenstein31 wrote:Is anyone fond of AN AMERICAN CHRISTMAS CAROL? I discovered it a few years ago after reading many positive notices and enjoyed it quite a bit. Any fans of that one?I saw it when it originally aired and thought that...
Golden Age Horror

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12/30/14 10:01 PM
Re: Bowery at Midnight? (1942) (reply)
FrozenGhost wrote:BAM is scheduled to be on Turner 1/28 at 6AM EST. I wonder how their print is.Thanks for the tip, I have reminders set in two places now. I'm just hoping that it isn't one of those "National Film Museum" prints which...
Poverty Row

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12/30/14 1:43 PM
Re: A CHRISTMAS CAROL (aka SCROOGE) - 1951 with Alastair Sim (reply)
Wich2 wrote:Have to disagree with you about Hicks' work, and the Scott piece (which its makers admitted was as inspired by the '51, as it had been by the '35) but that's what makes boards like this! -CraigAnd the director of the Scott...
Golden Age Horror

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12/30/14 4:53 AM
Re: A CHRISTMAS CAROL (aka SCROOGE) - 1951 with Alastair Sim (reply)
I love this adaptation, watch it every year. I've yet to get the BluRay but I do have the restored VCI edition. Maybe next year...I watched this one, as well as the 1935 version with Sir Seymour Hicks plus the George C. Scott and Patrick...
Golden Age Horror

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12/29/14 7:21 PM
Re: Rhodes Reason (reply)
I remember a TV Guide article during the 1961-62 season that had an article on TV siblings with the Reason brothers featured as Rhodes was on BUS STOP and Rex was on THE ROARING TWENTIES.
Final Farewells

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12/28/14 6:50 AM
Re: What Distiguishes Universal (reply)
When I was a kid, there were two things that meant that I was going to likely see a movie that I'd enjoy. The Universal logo before a horror film and the WB logo on a gangster/crime film.We'll ignore the respective Screen Gems or AAP...
Universal Horrors

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12/24/14 1:38 AM
Re: THE INTERVIEW (2014) Rip Off of (or "Homage" to) THE CHAIRMAN (1969) (reply)
dracsback wrote:So, now those who didn't give it a second thought are naturally more curious about the movie. A SONY inside job? Not hard to believe at this point.Maybe Sony will revive their make-believe movie critic David Manning to...
Current Films

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12/21/14 11:35 PM