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Re: The Old Dark House (Wm. Castle) (reply)
TomWeaver999 wrote: I got about 35 minutes "in" and called it a night. It's not anything I can watch in one straight shot. I got an hour into it the other night and that's only because I'm an insomniac. I...
'60s Horror and Sci-Fi

clore103051

01/07/17 2:20 PM
Re: EARTH VS. THE FLYING SAUCERS (1956) (reply)
Rick wrote: I also dearly love this movie, despite the severe charisma-drain provided by the two leading men. In the first place Hugh Marlowe and Donald Curtis are the same person! Marlowe is marginally better than Curtis but both...
'50s Horror and Sci-Fi

clore103051

01/05/17 4:27 AM
Re: 77 Sunset Strip: A Semi-Comprehensive Overview  (reply)
Happy New Year!As of January 2, our beloved 77 SUNSET STRIP will be joining the Me-TV line-up, albeit at 4am Eastern time. Still, I sure hope that we'll get more episode than were screened on The Good Life TV channel some 10 years ago,...
TV Terrors

clore103051

12/22/16 1:59 AM
Re: Fifty Years Ago Today (reply)
Wich2 wrote:>issue 10 of Castle of Frankenstein came out on December 22, 1966. It was a big deal to me as I had my name in the credits and acknowledgements list. I did a little bit of work on that issue - a few mini-reviews and some...
Monster Kid Memories

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12/22/16 1:19 AM
Re: Fifty Years Ago Today (reply)
sthorntn wrote:<< Perhaps I'm being unfair to Dad, but I've always thought he enjoyed depriving us of the zoo far more than he would have giving it to us. >> It sounds like your dad and mine were cut from the same cloth....
Monster Kid Memories

clore103051

12/22/16 1:03 AM
Re: Fifty Years Ago Today (reply)
ryanbrennan wrote:Another one I was watching right along with you guys.  Haven't seen it in years but I remember liking it.  One of the better made-for-TV films, as I recall.  Don't know what I'd think now.  Checking my database I see...
Monster Kid Memories

clore103051

12/22/16 12:53 AM
Re: What if Dick Foran Had Played Lawrence Talbot? (reply)
Foran had a textured role in Tourneur's THE FEARMAKERS. A very late (1959) entry in the anti-Communist sub-genre, we have Dana Andrews as a Korean War vet working with a Senate committee to uncover subversives that have taken over his...
Universal Horrors

clore103051

12/18/16 1:38 AM
Re: Fifty Years Ago Today (reply)
Wich2 wrote:>It was a very good film but NBC only aired it once.< It was later part of a syndication package, though, were I got my Late Night NYC recording of it. Good flick, and a really nice turn by O'Brien.I seem to recall it...
Monster Kid Memories

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12/16/16 8:49 PM
Re: Alan Thicke (Growing Pains) (reply)
dinost wrote:Credit or blame? I remember that show being awful.I meant credit as in being the one who got Metromedia to sign him up. I think that I was critical of the show above but appreciative of his talents.It was an interesting...
Final Farewells

clore103051

12/16/16 8:43 PM
Re: Alan Thicke (Growing Pains) (reply)
thehorrorboy wrote:On his American talk show, THICKE OF THE NIGHT, Thicke said he was sorry that Carradine had died... years before Carradine actually passed away!  In fact, one of Carradine's sons corrected him on the air that night. ...
Final Farewells

clore103051

12/15/16 5:48 PM
Re: Fifty Years Ago Today (reply)
I meant to pop in here on the 13th to mention that I could recall what I watched 50 years ago that night. NBC ran a made-for-TV movie titled THE DOOMSDAY FLIGHT and more was made of Rod Serling's attachment to it than the cast.By TV...
Monster Kid Memories

clore103051

12/15/16 5:39 PM
Re: TCM March 2017 (reply)
There was a tribute to Connery back in May 2009 and they ran at least two Bonds. In fact, they ran them twice within a 24-hour period so chances are the deal was for unlimited runs over 24 hours.
DVR / TiVo Alert

clore103051

12/15/16 4:56 PM
TCM March 2017 (topic)
http://www.tcm.com/schedule/monthly.html?tz=est&sdate=2017-03-01
DVR / TiVo Alert

clore103051

12/15/16 4:26 AM
Re: Ron Glass (reply)
will wrote:It wasn't intended to be a one set show. Both pilots included Barney's family life. But very early on, I think from the second episode on, they stayed inside the police precinct. They would still occasionally bring in Barney's...
Final Farewells

clore103051

12/10/16 6:52 AM
Re: She Wolf Of London (reply)
CRY OF THE WEREWOLF also has a young woman who thinks she has a need for Nair and it also disappoints those who see it and don't get a werewolf or even any crying - unless it's your own for having wasted your time.While it does have one...
Universal Horrors

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12/04/16 7:17 AM
Re: Tony Zarindast (reply)
I remember when I'd get a MIPCOM edition of Variety - or one of the other ones coinciding with a convention for exhibitors - and there would always be a few pages trumpeting Tony Zarindast movies. Most never saw the lens of a camera but...
Final Farewells

clore103051

12/04/16 6:49 AM
Re: Don Calfa RIP (reply)
He was the second lead in a limited-run 1980 series titled PARK PLACE. This was a Reinhold Weege series and it was set in a law office and Calfa was actually a relatively dapper attorney, Harold Gould as his boss was most Barney...
Final Farewells

clore103051

12/03/16 3:34 PM
Re: She Wolf Of London (reply)
Casey62 wrote:It may very well be the same staircase. In fact, I think Universal had Holmes on their mind more so than straight horror when preparing SHE WOLF. All you'd need are Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce and it would play like THE...
Universal Horrors

clore103051

12/03/16 3:28 PM
Re: She Wolf Of London (reply)
Rick wrote:Almost the same here. I saw THE MAN WHO LIVED TWICE on Shock! back in 1962 and, while I was sorry it wasn't a real monster movie, it did entertain me and now, more than 50 years later, I still have a nostalgic fondness for it....
Universal Horrors

clore103051

12/03/16 12:55 AM
Re: She Wolf Of London (reply)
Having watched THE SCARLET CLAW, I got into the mood for more so I've been checking out the tail end of the series with Spider Woman, Pearl of Death (both on the same disc as Claw) and just finished House of Fear.I may be wrong, but I...
Universal Horrors

clore103051

12/03/16 12:52 AM
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