If it was a Tuesday night in 1955, you were watching this show if you were watching TV. President Eisenhower said he didn’t want to be disturbed while watching the $64,000 question. This show was crooked. The Congressional investigation made Patty Duke cry in front of Congress when she admitted she was coached to cheat on the show.
King Solomon’s Mines is a 1985 action adventure film, the fourth of five film adaptations of the 1885 novel of the same name by Henry Rider Haggard. It stars Richard Chamberlain, Sharon Stone, Herbert Lom and John Rhys-Davies. It was adapted by Gene Quintano and James R. Silke and directed by J. Lee Thompson. This version of the story was a light, comedic take, deliberately referring to, and parodying Indiana Jones (in which franchise actor Rhys-Davies appeared in two installments). It was filmed outside Harare in Zimbabwe
Here’s an Audrey Hepburn, William Holden, martini sipping comedy from 1964. She’s 1964 martini sipping precocious. He’s got writers block. In other words, it’s an Audrey Hepburn movie. You really can’t go too far wrong.
A young lady is having bad dreams about drowning, which is possibly a premonition. She’s going on the Titanic.
It’s a low budget thriller about Richard Arlen, a pilot who has to test a plastic plane. Lots of views of vintage aircraft, a little humor, and some intrigue.
Emory Parnell plays a loathsome chartered bus company owner who is cheating on his income tax (among other thing.) Season 5, Episode 15 Original Air Date: January 13, 1955 Also known as Treasury Men in Action
A crime boss betrays his men. They spend 10 years in prison, while he goes free. When they get out of prison, they decide to look him up. The police are interested in the mastermind too.