Grandpa bombs the airbase and Bob gets in big trouble with the base commander Ramrod Tallman in this episode of Love That Bob first broadcast 11-18-1958. This is one of my favorite episodes. The Bob and the base commander gag is hilarious.
In 1900, lumberman Jim Fallon (Kirk Douglas) greedily eyes the big trees in the virgin region of northern California. The land is already settled by, among others, a religious group led by Elder Bixby (Charles Meredith). Jim is attracted to Bixby’s daughter, Alicia (Eve Miller), though that does not change his plan to cheat the homesteaders.
Microsoft has declared doomsday for Windows XP. It’s April 8th, 2014. Tim Raines at Microsoft says: The very first month that Microsoft releases security updates for supported versions of Windows, attackers will reverse engineer those updates, find the vulnerabilities and test Windows XP to see if it shares those vulnerabilities. The gist of this article from Microsoft is that running Windows XP after April 8th is just asking for serious security issues. Quite a few of you are still running Windows XP. You can’t anymore. It’s un-neighborly. I think people should avoid letting their machines…
He’s a jewel thief name Pepe LeMoko (Charles Boyer). She’s Gaby (Hedy Lamar) and she’s engaged to a fat, sleazy guy who considers her bought and paid for. Things change in this atmospheric movie about the notorious Casbah.
Here’s an episode of the Red Skelton show from 1956. It’s got Mickey Rooney as a guest star and Red Skelton plays his famous Freddie Freeloader.
An adaptation of the Mark Twain classic done for CBS. Because of the censors, this show has no reference to slavery or the American slave Jim.
The movie opens with a British nuclear submarine called the HMS Nereid entering Tokyo Bay in the then-future of December 1983. The ship’s crew and Japanese seismologist Yoshizumi (Masao Kusakari) send a reconnaissance drone to search the city for any survivors, only to find decayed bodies. It also gathers air samples of something called MM88.