Monthly Archives: July 2017

The Naked Street (1955)

Anthony Quinn makes a great gangster in this must see movie for crime fans. He’s a Brooklyn hood who has it all his own way until a reporter (Peter Graves) gets out his trusty typewriter. Anne Bancroft is very good … Continue reading

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The Complete Savoy Recordings-Lester Young 2 CD’s

CD1 [2:55] 1. These Foolish Things [3:00] 2. Exercise In Swing (Take 1, Master) [2:47] 3. Salute To Fats [3:08] 4. Exercise In Swing (Take 3) [3:00] 5. Exercise In Swing (Take 4) [3:20] 6. Salute To Fats (Take 1) … Continue reading

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Mine Own Executioner (1947)

Burgess Meredith is excellent as a therapist questioning his own role in life as he tries to help others. He doesn’t have much confidence in his abilities and is about to quit until a woman comes in and wants him … Continue reading

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Day Time On The Radio-Lost Radio Duets From The Doris Day Show 1952-1955

01. It’s Magic (Radio Announcer Version) (0:43) 02. A Wooin’ We Will Go (With Howard Keel) (2:28) 03. The Love Nest (With Gordon MacRae) (1:27) 04. You’re Just In Love (With Van Johnson) (1:31) 05. Ma Says, Pa Says (With … Continue reading

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Half A Sinner (1940)

Heather Angel is a prim and proper twenty-five year old school teacher. After a discussion with a forty year old veteran teacher she decides to take a day and break out. Anne Gladden (Heather Angel) gives herself a make over … Continue reading

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The Rag Trade (1961-63)- revived (1977-78)

Very funny show that takes place in a clothing factory called Fenner’s Fashions. Reg Varney is foreman Reg Turner. The funniest of all is Miriam Karlin as shop steward Paddy Fleming. Shelia Hancock is the sexy Carol Taylor, Esma Cannon … Continue reading

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A Lady Without Passport (1950)

Hedy Lamarr, John Hodiak and George MacReady bring out phoney accents in this story about an illegal immigration racket based in Cuba. This is a decent B movie and Hedy is always welcome. A Cuban man is being chased on … Continue reading

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