Count Dracula is a British television adaptation of the novel Dracula by Bram Stoker. Produced by the BBC, it first aired on BBC 2 on 22 December 1977. It is among the more faithful of the many adaptations of the original book. Directed by Philip Saville, it starred Louis Jourdan as Count Dracula and Frank Finlay as Van Helsing.
It’s a western story about a girl and a near sighted gun fighter in this episode of the anthology series Four Star Playhouse.
The Invaders is a 1960’s scifi series about an alien invasion. It’s a really good series that will hold your attention through Season One. You could just not bother watching Season 2. There is a reason this got cancelled.
Sam Bass was a bank robber in the 1870’s in San Francisco until he was caught and shot by the Texas Rangers in 1878. Dan Haggerty plays the role of Sam Bass. Jim Davis, who would later play Jock Ewing on the Dallas TV series plays Matt Clark, railroad detective.
President Kennedy orders the blockade of Cuba, which he wouldn’t have had to do if he wasn’t a yutz. We’re lucky we’re not taking the mutants out for a picnic.
Chan’s testimony results in a death sentence for convicted murderer Steve McBirney (Marc Lawrence). However, he escapes and heads to a wax museum, a secret Mob hideout run by Dr. Cream (C. Henry Gordon). Cream, a crooked “facial surgeon”, operates on McBirney, changing his appearance.