o/t: Todd Mason’s latest Overlooked A/V:: Films, Television, Radio and more

Todd has posted on his fab Sweet Freedom blog yet another amazingly useful roundup of the good a/v-related stuff that’s currently swarming all over the blogosphere. Click HERE to go to his page and discover all the individual links.

Adam Ferenz: The Fly (1986 film); The Matrix
A. J. Wright: Cathy O’Donnell
Anne Billson: David Lynch; posters as art
Bhob Stewart: Vic and Sade; Trouble the Water; Jazz on Summer’s Day; game show scandals

The Big Broadcast 21 August 2016:
7 p.m. Yours Truly Johnny Dollar
“The Chesapeake Fraud Matter” Parts 4 + 5 (CBS, Original airdates October 20 and 21, 1955)
7:30 p.m. Burns and Allen
“George’s Allergy Problem” (NBC, Original Airdate September 5, 1946)
8 p.m. Gunsmoke
“Kitty’s Killing”, episode 285 (CBS, Original airdate February 2, 1958)
8:20 p.m. The Adventures of Superman
“Airplane Disasters at Bridger Field” Part #6 (Mutual/MBS, Original airdate May 9, 1940)
8:30 p.m. Dragnet
“Sullivan Kidnapping” (NBC, Original airdate September 10, 1949) *
9 p.m. The Whistler
“Murder at Twin Pines” (CBS, Original airdate April 10, 1949) *
9:30 p.m. Dimension X
“With Folded Hands” (NBC, Original airdate April 15, 1950)
10 p.m. Suspense
“The Man Who Knew How” (CBS, Original airdate August 10, 1944)
10:30 p.m. Inner Sanctum
“Birdsong For a Murderer” (CBS, Original airdate June 22, 1952)

Bill Crider: So Fine [trailer]
Bob Clark: Akira
B. V. Lawson: Media Murder
Classic Movie Salon: A Hatful of Rain; this week’s Sunday discussion: Mister 880
Colin McGuigan: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1939 film)
Cult TV: The Prisoner: “Living in Harmony”; “The Girl Who Was Death”
Cynthia Fuchs: The Host (2013 film)
David Alexander: House of Secrets (1936 film)
Elizabeth Foxwell: The 20th Century-Fox Hour: “Deception”; heist films featuring women thieves
Eric Hillis: Conversation Piece (1974 film)
Faculty of Horror: The Babadook; Goodnight Mommy
George Kelley: Muscle Shoals; Indignation
“Gilligan Newton-John”: Carry On Christmas

How Did This Get Made?: Gods of Egypt
Iba Dawson: Mae West; Noir in color
Ivan G. Shreve Jr..: Chicago Confidential
Jack Seabrook: Alfred Hitchcock Presents: “The Woman Who Wanted to Live”
Jackie Kashian: Karen Rontowski on tarot, comedians, etc.
Jackie Kashian and Laurie Kilmartin: The Jackie and Laurie Show
Jacqueline T. Lynch: Seven Days in May
Jake Goldman: NET Playhouse: “Between Time and Timbuktu” (Kurt Vonnegut adaptation)
James Reasoner: Guns in the Dark

Janet Varney: Jessica St. Clair
Jason Abbey: Female Prisoner Scorpion
Jason Bailey: The Island of Doctor Moreau (1996 trainwreck film)
–courtesy Bill Crider
Jerry House: The Patchwork Girl of Oz; X Minus One: “Skulking Permit”
John Grant: The Ninth Guest
John Scoleri: Dark Shadows Before I Die: the episodes reviewed
John Varley: Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room
Jonathan Lewis: Sabata
Karen Hannsberry: The Strange Love of Molly Louvain
Kate Laity: Tutti Frutti
Ken Levine: The Night Before; lost and found scripts
Kliph Nesteroff: The Frances Langford Special

Kristina Dijan: Naked City (tv series)
Laura G: The Deadline (1931 film); Arizona Bound; About Face; The Reluctant Dragon; TCM in November
Lesley Gaspar: The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947 film)
Lindsey D: Internes Can’t Take Money
Lucy Brown: Leaving (tv)
Maltin on Movies: Mel Brooks
Marilyn Ferdinand: The Incredible Shrinking Man
Martin Edwards: A Game of Murder; One of Us (BBC TV)
Marty McKee: Man on a Swing; Supertrain: “Express to Terror”; HellBound

Mildred Perkins: Stacy
Mitchell Hadley: Cleveland/Columbus television, 26 August 1971; TV Guide, 21 August 1971; sitcoms
Movie Sign with the Mads: Suicide Squad
Noel Vera: You Have Been Weighed and Found Wanting; Lilia Cuntapay (aka Antoinette Jadaone)
Patricia Nolan-Hall: Night Must Fall and Robert Montgomery
Patti Nase Abbott: Sabrina (1954 film); wait staff in drama
Paul David Brazill: The Woman in the Window
Pop My Culture: Andre Gower and Ryan Lambert
Raquel Stecher: Song of Russia; CapitolFest
Rick: The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band
Robert Hornak: E. T.: The Extraterrestrial
Roberto Curti: Unlikely superheroes of Italian cinema

Rod Lott: Observance; Killing Spree; The Bat People;
“Rupert Pupkin”: Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon; Wild in the Streets
Ruth Kerr: American Madness with Constance Cummings
Salome Wilde: quick takes: The Damned Don’t Cry; I Confess; Johnny Eager; I Walk Alone; The Devil and Daniel Webster; Ladies in Retirement; The Bat; Elevator to the Gallows; Danger 5: Season 2
Sarah Jane: Underrated films of 1976
Sergio Angelini: The Pearl of Death
Stacia Kissick Jones: Doc Hollywood
Stacie Ponder: films I love
Stephen Bowie: TV series that took a while to find their feet
Stephen Gallagher: TV drama anthologies and adaptations; Jurassic Park when new
Television Obscurities: Slattery’s People
Tim Lones: WJAN, Canton, OH
Tynan: October: Ten Days That Shook the World; She Done Him Wrong
Victoria Loomes: You’ll Never Get Rich
Vienna: Hitchcock’s left turn with Psycho; Ingrid Bergman
Walter Albert: The Kiss Before the Mirror



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