Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Tuesday's Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V on Wednesday: the links

One Girl's Confession
Below, the (delayed, with apologies) links to this week's reviews and citations...including at least one post inspired indirectly by another (Juri Nummelin prompted John Grant) and newcomer Jonathan Lewis wins (not only as the third Lewis) for Least Overlooked entry-subject. As always, please let me know in comments when I've missed yours or someone else's...and, as always, thanks to all our contributors and to you readers...a few more might be added over the course of the day.

Bill Crider: Day of the Triffids  [trailer]

Brian Arnold: Allen Garfield

Brian Busby: The Happy Time (book to radio series to play to film!)

BV Lawson: Media Murder

David Vineyard: Just Off Broadway (with Lloyd Nolan as Mike Shayne)

Ed Gorman/Greg Ferrara: The Onion Field

Ed Lynskey: Crime Wave

Elizabeth Foxwell: Cottage to Let (aka Bombsight Stolen); Alfred Hitchcock Presents: "The Lonely Hours"

Evan Lewis: The Glass Key (1935 film)

George Kelley: Bad Girls of Film Noir, V.2: Night Editor; One Girl’s Confession; Woman’s Prison; Over-Exposed; All-Star Theater: “Remember to Live”

Iba Dawson: Tribeca Film Festival

Kitt Kittredge: An American Girl
Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Magic Town (James Stewart Blogathon)

Jackie Kashian: Kelly Anneken on the American Girl franchise

Jacqueline T. Lynch: A Majority of One

James Reasoner: The Roy Rogers Show

Jeff Flugel: Thunder Bay

Jerry House: The Cameraman (1928 Buster Keaton film)

John Charles: Space Truckers

John Grant: Rikolinnen Nainen (aka The Criminal Woman); Suspicion: "4 O'Clock"


Jonathan Lewis: The Twilight Zone: "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet"

Juri Nummelin: Finnish films noir

Kliph Nesteroff: Connie Sawyer

Laura: The TCM Classic Film Festival

Lucy Brown: I Confess; The Captive Heart 

Mystery Dave: By the Light of the Silvery Moon

Patti Abbott: Rachel, Rachel

Randy Johnson: The Outcasts of Poker Flat (1937 film); God in Heaven...Arizona on Earth (aka Una bala marcada)

Rick: Winchester '73; Hatari!

Rod Lott: Queen of Outer Space; Wrong Cops

Ron Scheer: Rage at Dawn

Sergio Angelini: Columbo: "No Time to Die" (based on an "Ed McBain" novel)

Stacy Jones: The Girl in the Empty Grave;  Bronies: The Extremely Unexpected Adult Fans of My Little Pony

Stephen Bowie: The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis

Todd Mason: Eyes (the underappreciated private-detective agency series)

Walter Albert: The Return of Jimmy Valentine

Yvette Banek: The Final Countdown

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Tuesday's Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V will be gathered this evening.

There are several taxing situations encouraging a brief delay...sorry for any inconvenience... TM

Eyes: episode 1

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Saturday Music Club on Sunday: Skinning the Ticket

Rhonda Vincent and the Rage: "Muleskinner Blues"

Dolly Parton on The Porter Wagoner Show

The Beatles: "Ticket to Ride"

The Beatles - Ticket To Ride by Sir_Paul_McCartney


Jerry Reed and Chet Atkins:


Husker Du:


The Fendermen:


The Carpenters:

The Carpenters and Andy Williams interweave "Ticket to Ride" and "I'll Never Fall in Love Again"

Jimmie Rodgers:


Alma Cogan: 

A cover version by Strangely Attractive

Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys:

Monroe studio recording, 1940 

The Grateful Dudes:









Saturday, April 12, 2014

Happy Birthday, Carol Emshwiller



Discussed here and here and much elsewhere on this blog.

Saturday Music Club: more bluegrass and adjacent

The Bankesters: "Gypsy Jubilee"


Della Mae: "Letter from Down the Road"


Emmylou Harris and Mary Black: "The Green Rolling Hills"


Darol Anger and the Furies: "Evening Prayer Blues"


Sharon Gilchrist, Bryn Davies and Tony Rice (3/4 of the Rowan/Rice Quartet): "Shady Grove"


The Carolina Chocolate Drops: "Leaving Eden"


The Claire Lynch Band: "Buttermilk Road; The Arbours"


Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer: "Snowdrop"


Donald Kauli'a: "Waimanalo Blues" (aka "Nanakuli Blues")


Fairport Convention (2007 Reunion/Augmented Version); "Si Tu Dois Partir"


Doc Watson and Clarence Tom Ashley: "Maggie Walker Blues"