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05/15/13 12:27 AM
HalLane wrote: I just watched the last 2 minutes of the DRAGNET that ran before the first episode of ADAM 12, and there was Joe Friday handing Don Dubbins his ass before the camera pans over to a swastika flag.
Seems that MeTV DID run that episode, right in the Monday slot of opening week.
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05/15/13 7:12 AM
bela lugosi wrote: I've been having problems identifying with this new "Amos", but this one sounds like it might have won me over.
I M Whithugh wrote:
That's weird- I set the DVR to record the series- why didn't I get it?? I thought "LSD Story" was repeated that Monday night.
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05/15/13 6:09 PM
I think that THE FUGITIVE was hurt by editing. There also wasn't a very
plausible explanation as to how Coralee knew that Kimble was coming to
meet her at the boat to escape. The whole thing of the "accidents" WAS
very poorly handled, I wasn't sure as to whether widow and assistant
Pete were also in on it.
NATURALISTIC! UNCANNY! MARVELOUS!
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05/16/13 6:33 AM
FourColorFan wrote:I usually don't mention the nightly Twilight Zone episodes because, like almost everyone, I have seen most of them many times over the years. But tonight was one of my favorite early shows, "What You Need." Ernest Truex is a peddler with a secret gift for seeing the future. He leads a quiet life until he crosses paths with a bitter, menacing man played by Steve Cochran.
Rod Serling's teleplay is based on a story by Lewis Padgett, which is a pseudonym for science fiction writers Henry Kuttner and C.L. Moore, who were also husband and wife in the 1940s and 1950s.
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FourColorFan wrote:Last night's Night Gallery was another favorite, "Last Rites for a Dead Druid," with Bill Bixby, Carol Lynley and Donna Douglas. NG episodes written by Alvin Sapinsley usually turn out to be good, scary ones. As we learned more about the history of the statue the ending became a bit predictable, with Bixby's character ultimately ending up in stone. However, the epilogue with Donna Douglas back in the antique shop, this time to sell an item, was a surprise.
05/17/13 8:46 PM
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