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Classic Television Thursday #007 - Columbo: Murder Under Glass

Last week I mentioned that I had run across The Chevy Mystery Show while looking for an episode of Columbo to feature in this space. (The first television portrayal of the famous detective took place on that show.) This week, we get to the rumpled detective himself, as portrayed most famously by… 600 more words

TV

ENCOUNTERS THAT COUNTED

I was at the movies the other night and stopped to get some popcorn and coke before the show started. It reminded me of my daughter’s experience in the 1960’s when she was a college student and had a part-time job on weekends at  a movie theater in Westwood, CA. 288 more words

Become a Successful Entrepreneur then Teach and Share with Others

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Online Marketing Guy Steve Laurvick with consultant Dr. Wayne Dorband as they discuss on how to be a successful entrepreneur. The goal was not necessarily to create a million eco-preneurs but to teach a million people that could then teach others and then you get that duplication factor. 38 more words

100 Words or Less - Duel

Title – Duel

Released – 1971

Director – Steven Spielberg

Starring – Dennis Weaver

Review – The first ‘real’ film of Spielberg’s career, Duel is a great little movie. 95 more words

Film

Pic of the Day: "Fifth Man in a String Quartet" revisited

Today’s pic takes another look at the McCloud episode “Fifth Man in a String Quartet,” first airing on February 2, 1972. Timothy’s unnamed apartment super shows McCloud ( 64 more words

Timothy Carey

MC CLOUD (1970 - 1977)

Creators: Herman Miller

Cast: Dennis Weaver, J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter 

Deputy Marshal Sam McCloud (Dennis Weaverl) leaves behind his hometown of Taos, New Mexico to learn the art of crime with new technique on the streets of New York City.  219 more words

U.S. Series

"THE MISSISSIPPI GAMBLER" (1953) Review

“THE MISSISSIPPI GAMBLER” (1953) Review

Tyrone Power’s career took a strange turn during the post-World War II years. Although he still managed to maintain his position as one of Twentieth Century Fox’s top stars during the remainder of the 1940s, something happened as the 1950s dawned. 1,177 more words

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