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Re: Boris circa 1968 (reply)
Wich2 wrote:Rvoy, thanks for the catch - though I watched it first-run, I'd forgotten that NAME was one of those early "a new movie each week!" shows. And Rick's right about the "falling behind as the season progresses" thing; I recall...
Horror Film Stars

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05/15/15 4:48 AM
Re: Nicholson on VOYAGE? (reply)
I remember seeing Nicholson on a WELLS FARGO episode over 50 years ago, and in a MR. LUCKY episode that was even older but which I viewed last year. So there were others besides Corman who hired him. Corman had nothing to do with HELL'S...
TV Terrors

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05/15/15 4:35 AM
Re: Similarities and Resemblances (reply)
Trey WilsonBarry Corbin
Off Topic Discussions

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05/02/15 4:49 AM
Re: Similarities and Resemblances (reply)
James CoburnMick Jagger
Off Topic Discussions

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05/01/15 4:21 PM
Re: Similarities and Resemblances (reply)
Robert Englund:Bill Maher:Craig Wasson:
Off Topic Discussions

clore103051

04/18/15 10:32 PM
Re: Is Lon Chaney Sr. really the most overrated silent film star? (reply)
infinite1 wrote:Another reason I believe that he would have continued in the genre he helped to create is Universals' continued faith in the power of the name of CHANEY. They did not forget him after he passed and rather, paid homage to...
Silent Horror

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04/17/15 1:49 AM
Re: Is Lon Chaney Sr. really the most overrated silent film star? (reply)
I think that Robinson was being cast in Chaney-esque roles much sooner than you realize tele. Even before LITTLE CAESAR he was in EAST IS WEST as an Asian and he'd repeat that in 1932's THE HATCHET MAN.The hook-handed fisherman in TIGER...
Silent Horror

clore103051

04/10/15 5:51 PM
Re: Craziest 40s Noir Film Psycho (reply)
Gene Tierney in Leave Her to Heaven
The Psycho Ward

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04/10/15 3:36 AM
Re: KONGO (1932) (reply)
atkalu wrote:It's going to be on TCM on April 6th.Along with the truly bizarre GABRIEL OVER THE WHITE HOUSE which manages to use divine intervention as an excuse for fascism on such a grand scale that you have to wonder what the...
Golden Age Horror

clore103051

04/05/15 1:23 AM
Re: MeTV Replaces RTV  (reply)
will wrote:The movie digital channels show movies uncut, but with plenty of unpleasant ads like funeral insurance.And the ever encouraging "These new catheters hurt less!"A ringing endorsement if I ever heard one.
TV Terrors

clore103051

04/02/15 10:39 PM
Re: Book Editors. (reply)
TomWeaver999 wrote:What's funny is, I almost NEVER find typos in old books. Look through books published decades ago, pre-spellcheck, pre-all-this-other-"foolproof"-stuff, and find me a typo.We are excluding the Drake Douglas book I...
Horror Film Books and Magazines

clore103051

03/31/15 10:42 PM
Re: O.P. Heggie - The Early Years (reply)
Last week, COUNT aired as part of a Robert Donat birthday tribute. it was supposed to air tonight as part of some imprisonment theme (along with Papillon, Devil's Island, Birdman of Alcatraz) but we've got one of those schedule wipes...
Horror Film Stars

clore103051

03/24/15 2:22 AM
Re: THE THIEF OF BAGHDAD 1961 (reply)
I forgot to mention that I saw a film titled The Devil in Velvet in 1968. This was a "nudie" directed by a man named Larry Crane who was a friend of Calvin Beck who appeared uncredited. Beck played one of the party guests in this 18th...
'60s Horror and Sci-Fi

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03/18/15 1:22 AM
Re: THE THIEF OF BAGHDAD 1961 (reply)
Jobla wrote:Rick, I know that like me, you spent a lot of time in the early-mid 1960's in various movie theaters. What would you say were the rarest films that you saw in person? I'd say that the rarest films I saw in theatrical release...
'60s Horror and Sci-Fi

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03/17/15 7:25 PM
Re: DRACULA "Restored"  (reply)
Count Gamula wrote:Thanks. Clark is helping me with some technical info and I'm working on making it available for private download. I look forward to that. If there's a list on which one must add a name, please point me in its direction.
Universal Horrors

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03/16/15 12:27 AM
Re: LIVE AND LET DIE (1973)  (reply)
drmedula wrote:I have never understood the fierce hatred of the clown suit in OCTOPUSSY, as the actual sequence ITSELF is one of the most grounded and realistic in the entire series. It's actually pretty Hitchcockian, with Bond...
CHFB Member Reviews

clore103051

03/05/15 7:43 PM
Re: DVD Recording from HD TV (reply)
By definition, DVDs are SD. An HD source such as TCM can't be duplicated on a DVD. Let's say you recorded THE MALTESE FALCON five years ago from the TCM airing and now they're using a digital source equal to the BluRay of the same film....
Horror Tech

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03/05/15 1:04 AM
Re: Unhosted Horror Film Programs (reply)
New York's WNBC had "Festival of Thrillers" starting in Spring of 1965 and that ran until the 70s. It started as as a Sat/1am program, then moved to Sunday/1am but they had a mix of old Shock Theater titles and later added some Hammers...
Our Favorite Horror Hosts

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02/22/15 11:37 PM
Re: Frederick Kerr (reply)
Wich2 wrote:>David Manners being very mannered and as usual, dull.< Always the cue to mention THE MIRACLE WOMAN, where he's terrific.I'm going to have to check out THE MIRACLE WOMAN again, I haven't seen it since the early 70s when...
Horror Film Stars

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02/09/15 11:29 PM
Re: Frederick Kerr (reply)
That's BEAUTY AND THE BOSS Tom, a very enjoyable Warren William romp, also with David Manners being very mannered and as usual, dull.
Horror Film Stars

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02/08/15 5:57 PM