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

Once more a rich and broad seam of high-grade ore in Todd’s weekly roundup of reviews, articles, photofeatures and more. As ever, just click somewhere on the list to follow the White Rabbit all the way to Todd’s Sweet Freedom site and the individual links.

Allan Fish: Confidential Report (aka Mr. Arkadin; 1955 Welles film)
Anne Billson: Le bal de vampires
Anonymous: My Favorite Wife; Champion (1949 film); Make Way for Tomorrow; Shall We Dance? (1996 original film); Donnie Brasco
Bhob Stewart: Del Close and Bob Brent: How to Speak Hip; Jazz Profiles: “Paul Desmond” (NPR)
Bill Crider: Sahara (2005 film) [trailer]; Bouchercon
Brian Arnold: Casper Saves Hallowe’en; The Beast with Five Fingers (1946 film)
B.V. Lawson: Media Murder
BNoir Detour: Katy Jurado and High Noon
Colin: Foreign Intrigue (1956 film)
Comedy Film Nerds: Frank Woodward and Jack Bennett
Cynthia Fuchs: Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine; 30 for 30: “Trojan War”
Dan Stumpf: The Maze (1953 film)
David Vineyard: The Eiger Sanction
Dean Treadway: Fanny and Alexander
Diana B: Latino Noir
Dorian Batilucci: Kay Francis: One Way Passage; Raffles
Duane Porter: The Spirit of the Beehive
Elgin Bleecker: Three Stripes in the Sun
Elizabeth Foxwell: Murder by Invitation; Metro Connection: Elizabeth Foxwell & In Their Own Words: American Women in World War I
Evan Lewis: Dick Tracy: “The Plot to Kill NATO” (1967 Dozier/Fox TV pilot)
Gary Deane: The Madonna’s Secret; Money and the Woman
George Kelley: Psycho, the Blu-Ray package
Gilligan Newton-John: Blood and Black Lace and five other films; Salt Lake City tv and TV Guide, April 1979
Iba Dawson: Steve Jobs
Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: The Real McCoys; Suspense (1950s tv) dvd sets
Jack Seabrook: Alfred Hitchcock Presents: “Place of Shadows”
Jackie Kashian: Fair Game (2011 film); Jay Mohr on The Real Housewives series
Jacqueline T. Lynch: Jane Wyatt
James Reasoner: Moon
Janet Varney: Jessica Merizan
Jeff Flugel: Top 5 Agatha Christie Movies
Jerry House: “Pool Sharks” (W.C. Fields film debut)
John Grant: Mystery Junction; The List
Karen Hannsberry: Three on a Match
Kelly Robinson: Dr. Jeckyll & Mr. Hyde (1920 film); Hangman’s House; The Lodger (1927 film); Maciste in Hell (1926 film); The Monster (1925 film); Segundo de Chomón; Danse Macabre (1922 film)
Ken Levine: more on sitcoms and niche audiences
Kliph Nesteroff: The Tonight Show hosted by Jerry Lewis, 1963
Kristina Dijan: The Undying Monster; Ransom! (1956 film); Ransom (1996 film); White Zombie
Laura G: Time to Kill; Please Believe Me; Heart of Arizona; In Old California; Murder, My Sweet
Lindsey: Bridal Suite; Turn Back the Clock; the Blondie short films; Notting Hill; Stranger on the Third Floor
Lucy Brown: Love Affair
Marty McKee: The Monster of Piedras Blancas; American Ninja
Mystery Dave: Heavenly Sword
Paddy Lee: One Way Passage and ‘Til We Meet Again
Patrick Murtha: Art Ford, Art Ford’s Greenwich Village Party (DuMont) and Art Ford’s Jazz Party (NTA Film Network)
Patti Abbott: Mistress America; The Twilight Zone: “Walking Distance”
Pop My Culture: Dee Wallace
Raquel Stecher: Cesar Romero
Richard R. D. Finch: Pather Panchali
Rick: Three of the Best Movies You Might Never Have Seen; Vera-Ellen
Robert Bloch: Hour 25 and more
Rod Lott: Mosquito; Valley of the Dolls; All Night Halloween Party
Ruth: An Affair to Remember; Love Affair
Sanford Allen: Go-To Hallowe’en Movies
Scott Cupp: The Color Out of Space
Sergio Angelini: The Hound of the Baskervilles (multiple adaptations)
Stacia Jones: Dracula Has Risen from the Grave
Stephen Bowie: Robert Markell, Hawk and NYPD (and “The Trap of Solid Gold”)
Television Obscurities: 1970s US television series that qualify…
Tom Lisanti: 6 Essential Pamela Tiffin Movies
Victoria Loomes: Frida
Vienna: May Robson; Victor Jory
Yvette Banek: Above Suspicion

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