Love that Bob is the adventures of Bob Cummings, dashing young Hollywood photographer, Air Force reserve officer, and ladies’ man. This episode was first broadcast on 10-19-1958. Bob’s Nephew wants to break into the recording business when he sees George Burns son making it big. …
Have you ever wondered how hungry William Shatner must have been after Star Trek? This movie answers that question! Please Bill, don’t kill me for showing this one. Here William Shatner plays Johnny Moon, the good cowboy. He also plays Notah, his evil Comanche half-brother, who eats peyote and enjoys rape, plunder and pillage. They meet for the final showdown in Rio Hondo.
Elvis (James Cawley) is back in command of the Enterprise with the next installment in the Star Trek Phase 2 series. He always looks like he’s eating a pickle. This is a fan production organized by Cawley who is a professional Elvis impersonator.
Lawrence Tierney (“Reservoir Dogs”) plays an unreformed, hardened criminal who has just been released from prison. While working at his brother’s gas station, he becomes very interested in the armored car that makes regular stops at the bank across the street.
Better watch it when you’re exploring another solar system. You could get the red dust. Not the red dust! Oh no! I remember once the roadie at a Grateful Dead concert got on stage and said something about some bad dust that was going around. But this red stuff… It even gives you a cheesy mustache.
Tales of Tomorrow is one of those weird 50′s scifi shows. This show and One Step Beyond were the first ones that catered to an adult audience. In this episode scientists venture into the jungle to find a meteor impact crater and eventually feed themselves to some weird bug creatures. …
One infamous gunslinger; an ex-bounty hunter; a smooth-talking con artist; a young eastern amateur; a womanizing gunman; a freed slave turned healer; and a former preacher seeking penance band together to save their town from the constant riff raff that threatens to destroy it.