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Quote of the Week

(Sorry to be late with this, I was out of town yesterday!)

The OLD SENTIMENTALITY said that anybody who was famous was a celebrity and therefore possessed glamour and excitement. 93 more words

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Saturday Matinee: Get to Know Your Rabbit

“Get to Know Your Rabbit”(1972) is an offbeat comedy Brian DePalma directed early in his career about a successful but unsatisfied corporate executive Beeman (Tommy Smothers) who quits his job to become a tap dancing magician under the mentorship of Mr. 35 more words

Culture

Pic of the Day: "Fortune City" revisited

Ending the week is another look at “Fortune City,” the episode of It Takes a Thief that was first broadcast on February 2, 1970. Creepy Art makes a pass at kidnapped Mona ( 76 more words

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Crime Wave

“Once a crook, always a crook.”

Reviews

Video of the Week: "Mama Cooper"

Our video this week is the second of the two Daniel Boone episodes in which Timothy appears. He has a much less prominent role in this one, “Mama Cooper”, first airing on February 5, 1970. 54 more words

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Pic of the Day: "Speedtrap" revisited

For mindless summer drive-in fare, you could hardly do better than Earl Bellamy‘s Speedtrap (1977). Here Larry Loomis, Italian gangster (??), has been sucker-punched by private eye Pete Novick ( 61 more words

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Quote of the Week

Most movie companies like to get the big action scenes – such as these battles – over with early. But, because of Travers‘ accident, … 242 more words

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