o/t: Todd Mason’s Tuesday’s Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V

And, once more, here’s Todd’s invaluable roundup. Click anywhere on the list to find yourself, ansible-fashion, at the far side of the universe where all the individual links are there, right there, for you.

Allan Fish: Valerie and Her Week of Wonders (aka: Valerie A Tyden Divu); Lilika; Happiness
Anne Billson: The Road
Anonymous: The Miracle of Morgan’s Creek
Bill Crider: Barbarossa [trailer]
BV Lawson: Media Murder
Colin: Edge of Eternity
Comedy Film Nerds: Gilbert Gottfried
Cynthia Fuchs: The Gift; Angry Sky; Toe-Tag Parole: To Live and Die in Yard A
Dan Stumpf: The Law and Jake Wade; The House of Fear
David Cramner: Get Smart at 50
David Schmidt: Seance on a Wet Afternoon
David Vineyard: Diamonds Are Forever (BBC Radio 4)
Dean Treadway: The Innocents
Ed Gorman: Eric Lichtenfeld on vigilante films
Elgin Bleecker: The Dam Busters
Elizabeth Foxwell: Home at Seven (aka Murder on Monday); The Lodger
Evan Lewis: The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939 film)
Gary Deane: Lure of the Swamp
George Kelley: Snatch; Mr. Holmes
How Did This Get Made?: Top Dog
Iba Dawson: the un-marketing of Fantastic Four
Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Hands Up! and silent-film comedy
Gilligan Newton-John: TV Guide, Salt Lake City edition, February 12th 1977
J. Kingston Pierce: A/V notes
Jack Seabrook: Alfred Hitchcock Presents: “Our Cook’s a Treasure” (Robert C. Dennis adapting Dorothy L. Sayers)
Jackie Kashian: The Great Gatsby; Zach Sherwin on word puzzles, rap, and Neil Gaiman
Jacqueline T. Lynch: Lady in the Lake
James Clark: Manhunter
James Reasoner: Little Manhattan
Jeff Flugel: films this year, so far
Jerry House: The Expendables
John Grant: Noose for a Lady; Oral Fixation
Jonathan Lewis: The Haunted Palace; The Karate Killers (a Man from U.N.C.L.E. episode repackage)
Karen Hannsberry: The Devil Thumbs a Ride
Kliph Nesteroff: Murray Roman on Mason Williams
Kristina Dijan: The Gorgon; The Mystery of the 13th Guest; Never a Dull Moment; around the classic horror cinema
Lance Charnes: intelligence vs. spies
Laura: Sombrero; Dr. Gillespie’s New Assistant; Eight Below
Lucy Brown: Picnic
Mark Evanier: The Tonight Show: Muppets (1974)
Martin Edwards: Inspector Morse and Oxford
Marty McKee: The Candy Snatchers; The Midnight Man
Mystery Dave: Move Over, Darling
Patrick Murtha: Bourbon Street Beat: “Wall of Silence”
Patti Abbott: Lake Mungo
Pearce Duncan: Eyes without a Face (aka Les yeux san visage)
Pedro Silva: Amarcord
Pop My Culture: voice actor Jess Harnell
Randy Johnson: Ringo and Gringo Against All (aka Ringo e Gringo contra tutti)
Rick: Hitchcock, Lubitsch, Capra, Griffith; Pamelyn Ferdin
Rod Lott: Inseminoid
Sam Juliano: My Childhood
Sergio Angelini: Scott Turow’s Innocent
Scott Cupp: The Day Mars Invaded Earth
Stacia Jones: The Outrageous Sophie Tucker; King of the Gypsies
Stephen Bowie: 1960s A/V supercomputers
Steve Lewis: Front Page Detective: “Galahad”; Gemini Man (pilot telefilm); Brenner: “Charlie Paradise”
Victoria Loomes: Wardrobe in Double Indemnity
Vienna: Portia on Trial
Yvette Banek: most memorable film scenes

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