Monthly Archives: May 2016

Looking For Trouble (1934)

Spencer Tracy and Jack Oakie are telephone repairmen that find more trouble that they bargained for. Oakie gets annoying and the ending is way, way,way out of left field. You’ll never see it coming. Character actor Charles Lane has a … Continue reading

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Magoo In Hi-Fi-Jim Backus (1956)

A1 Magoo Opening A2 Le Jazz Warm A3 Portrait Of Mr. Magoo A4 Wormwood Scrubs March A5 If I Had The Wings Of An Angel Arranged By – Dennis Farnon A6 Wormwood Scrubs March – Closing Mother Magoo Suite B1 … Continue reading

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Now I’ll Tell (When New York Sleeps) (1934)

Based on the book by the wife of notorious gangster Arnold Rothstein. Spencer Tracy is great to watch and makes this one to look for. Look fast for a quick bit by Shirley Temple before she became a superstar. She … Continue reading

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Jazz Masters Of Acoustic Guitar And Some Bluesmen Too

1. Hittin’ On All Six – John Cali & Toni Guttuso 2. Whispering – Oscar Aleman 3. Georgia Bound – Blind Blake 4. Toledo Shuffle – Bernard Addison [with Freddie Jenkins] 5. Eddie’s Twister – Eddie Lang 6. Buck Jumpin’ … Continue reading

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The Detective (Father Brown-Detective) (1954)

Alec Guinness is fun to watch as G.K.Chesterton’s amateur detective Father Brown. He’s trying to keep an art thief out of the hands of police until he can save his soul. A meeting is taking place in Rome. Father Brown’s … Continue reading

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Callan (1967-72)

This is a great series that shows the ugly side of secret service work. Edward Woodward is David Callan, an agent who had had it and wants to retire. If this shows up on a channel near you, don’t miss … Continue reading

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Satan Met A Lady (1936)

Screwball comedy based on a novel by Dashiell Hammett. Warren William is a womanizing, money hungry private detective, Bette Davis is his client and Marie Wilson is his secretary. Silly entertainment you have to be in the right mood to … Continue reading

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