Peter Falk in one of his earliest film roles Falk plays Nico, the leader of a beatnik gang. Lots of bongos bongoing and beatniks reciting poetry while dealing drugs and feeding people ground glass for kicks. Can you dig it baby? We’re all doomed anyway man! Their gonna drop the bomb baby! Better get with it man!
Rick Turner is engaged to Donna Trent and is having nightmares of a beautiful blonde woman who appears to be dancing in the sky. One night, he is mysteriously driven to enter a doll shop, and in the next morning he returns to the place with Donna. He finds a doll that resembles his fiancé, but the owner Francis Lamont delivers another doll to him, with the face of the woman of his dreams, Bianca Milan. It’s Voodoo…. oooo!
In this episode of Dragnet, Joe and Frank investigate the murder of a vaudeville actress who keeps her valuables in a trunk in her room.
This is a made for TV movie about two estranged sisters are at odds over what to do with a pecan grove they have inherited. Here they discover a mysterious elderly woman, living on the property and claiming it as her own. Stars Patricia Heaton, Meredith Birney and Della Reese. This is definitely a bit of a chick flick. It’s also well done storytelling and acting.
McLintock! is a 1963 comedy Western starring John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara, and loosely based on Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew. The film is famous (or infamous) for its two spanking scenes, in which mother and daughter are each paddled with coal shovels: the daughter by her suitor, the mother by her estranged husband.
What is Beyond Space? A parking lot. Well anyway, this movie is a whacky british 1967 sci-fi film that is surprisingly watchable. It’s about these aliens who come down to take over the planet. But they can’t take over the leading man, because he was in a auto wreck and has a metal plate in his head.
James Bond, code name 007, was created in 1953 by author Ian Fleming, who featured him in twelve novels and two short story collections. Ian Fleming didn’t know in 1953 that he had created a phenomenon. Where was Ian Fleming getting the details for his stories?