A painter friend of mine, who became a little famous for his paintings, once told me “I’ll paint you a picture, I’ll paint your house, I’ll paint your car”. He was indeed a painter. This is the way I feel about Leonard Nimoy. Star Trek was usually on at 4 after I got home from […]
Kansas City Confidential is a 1952 black-and-white crime film directed by Phil Karlson and starring John Payne. Karlson and Payne teamed up a year later for another black-and-white film, this time a noir, titled 99 River Street, followed by a 1955 color film, Hell’s Island.
Dragnet was created and produced by Jack Webb, who starred as stoic Sergeant Joe Friday. Webb was a stickler for accurate details, and Dragnet used authentic touches, such as the LAPD’s actual radio call sign (KMA367), and the names of actual department officials. For the next thirty minutes, in cooperation with the Los Angeles Police Department, you will travel step-by-step on the side of the law through an actual case transcribed from official police files. From beginning to end—from crime to punishment—Dragnet is the story of your police force in action.”
In the civil war, Jess Bradley and his dog are captured by an evil Union officer and when the dog dies, things take a turn for the worse for the evil Colonel.