Monthly Archives: July 2013

Scream Of Fear (1961)

Sometimes billed as a horror movie but it’s really a mystery thriller. Susan Strasberg stars as a woman confined to a wheelchair who keeps seeing her dead father. Christopher Lee has a small part as a Doctor. He uses a … Continue reading

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The Androids (Lest Earth Be Conquered)-Frank Belknap Long (1969)

Are the new people next door aliens? When it is this uninteresting, who cares? The book is only 144 pages so I was hoping for something tight and a good read. Hope springs eternal but it didn’t spring here. Fourteen … Continue reading

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1934-1938-Adrian Rollini

Twenty-five tracks featuring some top names of the day with the versatile musician. Rollini is best known for playing bass sax with his group The Tap Room Gang. He also played piano along with other instruments. Some of the musicians … Continue reading

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The Glass Tomb (The Glass Cage) (1955)

Something a bit different. It’s based on the A.E.Martin book “The Outsiders.” It runs a bit under an hour. It tells the story of a carnival man who tries to make a buck by putting on an exhibit called the … Continue reading

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Cloudburst (1951)

Good one with Robert Preston as a man out to get revenge on the couple that ran down his wife. So he doesn’t have to put on a British accent the story has him as a Canadian whose family moved … Continue reading

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Alfred Hithcock Presents Bar The Doors

Thirteen stories from 1893,95,1911,17,30,34,35,42,44. The collection was originally published in 1946. Favorites: “Pollock And The Porroh Man” (1895) – H.G.Wells – Pollock wants to get up close and personal with the witch doctor’s wife. That causes her death. Then he … Continue reading

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Harry Reser’s Novelty Groups

In the 20’s and 30’s the banjoist recorded under various names and led several bands. One of the most famous groups was the Clicquot Club Eskimos. Twenty tracks in this collection designed to acquaint fans of the early 20th century … Continue reading

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