A soldier in WWI must perform emergency surgery being assisted only by a voice on the radio
Beneath the 12-Mile Reef is a 1953 adventure film about a family of Greek-American sponge divers and their rival with a family of W.A.S.P divers. The film was made in Tarpon Springs, Florida, a town famous for it’s Greek community. It starred Robert Wagner, Terry Moore and Gilbert Roland.
Mount Hood Community College here in rainy Oregon runs my favorite radio station. It escapes all the Clear Channel flotsam and you’ll never hear anything twice or anything you ever heard before. You will have to put up with some Portland lib chicks whose Birkenstocks are a little too tight sometimes, but mostly it’s just good jazz. Let the coolness get into your vertebrae. 🙂 Go to KMHD
A veteran finds his way to to his home town and meets a society girl who is fleeing her boyfriend. This is a witty little comedy. I think you will find it to be quite enjoyable.
A woman’s (Barbara Stanwyck) sanity comes into question, after she claims to have witnessed a murder from her apartment window. It’s a pretty decent film noir.
If you’re skipping, do the speed test, then force the server you get the best speed from. Sometimes connections vary because of the “internet weather”. Test your speed and see if one server works better than the other.
In the initiation of a girl into a secret society, she is killed in a game of russian roulette. Years later her sorority sisters are invited to a mansion for a party, but don’t know who is their host.