Herbert Nobel is a rich guy, but that seems to get him in a lot of trouble in this episode of the 1952 TV series Gangbusters.
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 …
Guilala, a monster grown from spores attached from the hull of a spaceship returning from a Martian expedition, attacks earth in this outrageous kaiju film!
Here’s a 1946 black and white movie starring George Raft and Ava Gardner shot in and in the film noir style, but without really being a film noir. At least I don’t think so. You could argue with me.
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.
Robert Culp and Bill Cosby did this spy series from 1965 to 1968. Mixing humor with some serious subjects and a lack of spy gadgetry like you’d find in James Bond, this show is a blast from the past.