I remember watching this when I was a kid. I think this would hold up as a modern game show. You can see the show had some pleasant charisma that kept it going from 1960-1974 in one form or another. After all these years, I still found this show to be entertaining. So here’s Bud Col1yer as Americas favorite 1958 game show host on Beat the Clock.
Manfish is an adventure based on the stories “The Gold-Bug” and “The Tell-Tale Heart” by Edgar Allan Poe. Lon Chaney Jr. plays the role of Swede. Three deep-sea divers who are involved in a murder during a search for a lost treasure.
The Keystone cops were incompetent fictional policemen capable of extreme slapstick. Mac Sennett was responsible for changing comedy forever. By 1914, Sennet shifted the Keystone Kops from starring roles to background characters for comedians like Charlie Chaplin and Fatty Arbuckle.
In this episode of the paranormal series One Step Beyond, the Continental Army is camped at Valley Forge and Washington is debating whether to surrender to the English.
This time Buzzy O’Brien (Frankie Darro) is a florists delivery boy. He still thinks he’s a detective though and finds out that his boss was in a foreign espionage ring. Only Buzzy, with his sometime faithful companion Jefferson (Mantan Moreland) can crack the ring and save the day.
A damaged bomber is carrying an armed nuclear weapon. The guy who can disarm it is dead. Can the guys on the ground figure out how to save the bomber crew and not make a mushroom cloud?
Buddy’s black sheep pool shark brother shows up, but Buddy wants nothing to do with him. Rob finds out he’s playing pool with a shark too late.