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Re: 77 Sunset Strip: A Semi-Comprehensive Overview  (reply)
Me-TV jumped sequence last night. The next in order should have been "Bullets For Santa" last night. Instead they bypassed that to air the next in line, "The Chrome Coffin."could they be saving it for the holidays?
TV Terrors

clore103051

06/21/17 10:20 PM
Re: 77 Sunset Strip: A Semi-Comprehensive Overview  (reply)
telegonus wrote:I wonder now how many TV detective series, excluding the police procedural kind, got into horror or borderline horror. Reserved For Mr. Bailey stylistically suggests a Twilight Zone, but that was atypical for Warners...
TV Terrors

clore103051

06/21/17 2:45 AM
Re: Lon Chaney Jr. A Stranger in Town (1969) aka The Children's West (reply)
The best that I could do with ancient equipment
Horror Film Stars

clore103051

06/17/17 7:48 PM
Re: IT'S GREAT TO BE ALIVE at MOMA. (reply)
Thanks for the tip, much appreciated.
Golden Age Horror

clore103051

06/16/17 2:29 AM
Re: Kathleen Byron - the tormented "Sister Ruth" (reply)
MacXoftheMounted wrote:Oh, it's a wonderful film and a great performance by a great actress. She's also really good in an earlier Archers film, The Small Back Room... also with David Farrar.That was also on last night under the title...
Horror Film Stars

clore103051

06/15/17 10:31 PM
Re: The Man And The Monster (reply)
Ever see the weather reports? This clip of an Aussie watching them reminds me of my reaction when I first saw one about a decade ago
Foreign Horror

clore103051

06/15/17 1:30 AM
Re: Fifty Years Ago Today (reply)
SAM33 wrote:I saw the FRANKENSTEIN CREATED WOMAN/MUMMY'S SHROUD double bill. Neither were my favorites in the day and still not, but I have always preferred WOMAN to SHROUD. I like them more than you do. But if I had to choose between my...
Monster Kid Memories

clore103051

06/14/17 9:36 PM
Re: The Man And The Monster (reply)
I saw this a month ago for the first time in 51 years. I remembered little of it other than the amusing monster make-up and the scene with the little girl at the piano. The nod to the 1931 FRANKENSTEIN had to be deliberate.Abel Salazar...
Foreign Horror

clore103051

06/14/17 7:51 PM
Re: Anita Pallenberg (reply)
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/anita-pallenberg-dead-performance-actress-keith-richards-paramour-was-73-1013316
Final Farewells

clore103051

06/14/17 1:38 AM
Re: The Face of Fu Manchu (1965) (reply)
He was a bit beefy, but I can recall reading many years ago that a Sherlock Holmes entry was to star Nigel Green. I remember at the time thinking "Why not, his successor as Nayland Smith (Douglas Wilmer) was a TV Holmes."Not too long...
Movie of the Day

clore103051

06/11/17 1:03 AM
Re: Glenne Headley (reply)
For me the instant association is with PAPERHOUSE which is one of my favorite films of the last 30 years. Up there with CURSE OF THE CAT PEOPLE as a look at a child's fantasy life - or is it fantasy?
Final Farewells

clore103051

06/10/17 7:31 PM
Re: Roger Smith (reply)
DJ Neyer wrote:I neglected to commend Smith's writing talent, which also deserves a mention here; I believe he was one of the first TV stars to contribute multiple scripts to his own series, long before the practice became common. Of the...
Final Farewells

clore103051

06/10/17 7:14 PM
Re: Roger Smith (reply)
Rick wrote:And hubby of Ann-Margret.I always found him a pleasant presence, particularly in 77 SUNSET STRIP.  Not really good casting as Creighton, but that wasn't his fault.Rest in Peace.I forget the details, but Cagney spotted him and...
Final Farewells

clore103051

06/10/17 6:58 PM
Re: Ulmer: The Man from Planet B (reply)
TomWeaver999 wrote:That's an oft-told tale and I'm sure it was true for a while. But I find it kinda hard to believe that whoever was running RKO and Paramount and and and and in the 1940s and '50s and '60s gave a rat's ass that Ulmer...
Poverty Row

clore103051

06/10/17 1:25 AM
Re: Fifty Years Ago Today (reply)
I ask because in the NYC area, it was quite common for certain genre movies to be shown around the same time every year.  (Check out this link here: http://www.dvddrive-in.com/TV%20Guide/430movielogo.htm   and here:...
Monster Kid Memories

clore103051

06/08/17 9:48 PM
Re: 77 Sunset Strip: A Semi-Comprehensive Overview  (reply)
telegonus wrote:Amen to that, and a nice reference to my favorite Sunset Strip episode. RIP, Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.If you get Me-TV and stay awake, you can see Reserved For Mr. Bailey next week. It airs at 4am on what would be listed as...
TV Terrors

clore103051

06/06/17 10:54 PM
Re: 77 Sunset Strip: A Semi-Comprehensive Overview  (reply)
DJ Neyer wrote:Episode Three: “The Man in the Crowd.” A man (Robert Colbert) calling himself “R. E. Venge” begins a series of attempts on Jeff’s life for unspecified reasons; after several narrow escapes and a fruitless attempt to trap...
TV Terrors

clore103051

06/06/17 10:40 PM
TCM September 2017 (topic)
The banner on top says June, but it is the September schedule.http://www.tcm.com/schedule/september2017.html
DVR / TiVo Alert

clore103051

06/06/17 1:53 PM
TCM August 2017 (topic)
Summer Under the Stars time againhttp://www.tcm.com/schedule/august2017.htmlAlias Nick Beal airs on the 2nd - that hasn't been on in ages.Chaney Sr. gets August 3
DVR / TiVo Alert

clore103051

06/01/17 6:57 PM
Re: 1931-32 s s vandyne mystery shorts (reply)
Erik the Mirakle Ape wrote:THE STUDIO MURDER MYSTERY (1932) is on at 10:09 this morning. And yeah, TCM has been running these for a while now. I think i've managed to snag at least 4 or 5 of 'em. It sure would be nice if Warner Archive...
Murder and Mystery

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05/23/17 4:57 AM
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