o/t: and on an actual Tuesday, no less! Todd Mason’s Tuesday’s Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V

For once I’ve managed to be prompt in bringing you another installment of Todd Mason’s fantastically useful weekly roundup. Click anywhere on the list to be taken to Todd’s Sweet Freedom site and the individual links:

Allan Fish: Ghatashraddha

Anne Billson: Nymphomaniac V. 1

Bill Crider: Girls Town [trailer]

Brian Arnold: Super

BV Lawson: Media Murder; “Towards a Digital Atlas of European Crime Fiction?”

Comedy Film Nerds: Allan Havey; Kristen Carney

Dan Stumpf: The Man with Two Faces

Elizabeth Foxwell: “Espionage Target: You”; A. Conan Doyle on spiritualism and Holmes

Evan Lewis: The Shadow: A Trip to Eternity

George Kelley: Kinky Boots (stage)

How Did This Get Made?: Rhinestone

Iba Dawson: Anne V. Coates

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: The Abbott and Costello Show

Jack Seabrook: The Abominable Dr. Phibes

Jackie Kashian: Mary Kennedy on Kennedys, reality tv, gossip magazines, politics, etc.

Jacqueline T. Lynch: Red Canyon

Jake Hinkson: Quais Du Polar​

James Reasoner: “No Matter What Shape…”

Jeff Flugel: horror and adjacent films: from The Leopard Man to Tucker & Dale vs. Evil

Jerry House: Science Fiction Theater: “Operation Flypaper”; Death Valley Days: “Sam Bass”; Ray Bradbury in 2001

John Grant: A Private Scandal; A Question of Adultery

Jonathan Lewis: The Mongols; Arizona Raiders

Kate Laity: Valhalla Rising

Kliph Nesteroff: Maynard Sloate, booker for Vegas casinos and clubs in the ’50s and ’60s

Laura: The Public Defender; Stand By for Action

Martin Edwards: Magic (1978 film)

Marty McKee: The Outfit

Patrick Murtha: A Perfect Couple

Patti Abbott: Los Angeles Plays Itself

Prashant Trikkanad: Passenger 57

Randy Johnson: Rio Bravo; Island of Lost Women

Rick: The Saint (tv)

Rod Lott: Girlhouse; Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley’s Island of Dr. Moreau; Camp

Sergio Angelini: Marlowe (1969 film)

Stacia Jones: Black Patch

Stephen Bowie: Anthony Heald

Steve Lewis: Death Flies East

Todd Mason: the NTA Film Network (defunct US television network)

Walter Albert: Two-Fisted

Yvette Banek: To Be or Not To Be (the first film)

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6 thoughts on “o/t: and on an actual Tuesday, no less! Todd Mason’s Tuesday’s Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V

  1. Thanks, as always…and now I’ve got Julie London on my mind (worse things can happen, along with how adorable the young Suzanne Pleshette was, as opposed to the beautiful 1970s version I recall mostly from THE BOB NEWHART SHOW…just saw my first episode and change of THE THIRD MAN, the tv series, this week).

    • and now I’ve got Julie London on my mind (worse things can happen,

      I have to confess that the brief scene of her in the oversized ‘jamas parched my mouth as much as it appeared to parch Anton Diffring’s.

      just saw my first episode and change of THE THIRD MAN, the tv series, this week).

      Hope you enjoyed it! Michael Rennie’s always good value.

      • The three episodes I’ve found of THE THIRD MAN so far include two with his eventual employee as played by Jonathan Harris, whom I’d had enough of as a child when watching LOST IN SPACE reruns…but that earliest one, with Pleshette, was certainly pleasant enough.

        • Those are probably the same episodes I found. I’ve not yet watched them — life’s a bit hectic right now (although not, I gather, as hectic as yours has recently been).

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