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REVIEW: I Was a Teenage Werewolf (1957)

1957, Sunset Productions/American International Pictures

Gene Fowler Jr.
Herman Cohen
Ralph Thornton
Joseph LaShelle
George A. 568 more words

American Films

Blu-Ray Review: The Return Of Dracula (1958).

Directed by Paul Landres
Story and Screenplay by Pat Fielder
Music by Gerald Fried
Director Of Photography: Jack MacKenzie, ASC
Film Editor: Sherman A. Rose, ACE… 547 more words

DVD/Blu-ray Reviews


Download The.Seventh.Seal.1957 :


Name       : The Seventh Seal.1957 BRRip

Language : Swedish,Latin

Size           : 1.36MB

Type         : Avi

Duration   : 1h 36min


Piano Red: Rockin' With Red

William Lee Perryman…aka Piano Red…aka Dr. Feelgood…an essential part of the story of American music…1950 “Rockin’ with Red” and “The Wrong Yoyo” the next year, years before Bill Haley…rock and roll was mostly just a racist term trying to convince people that white artists had invented something…Red’s boogie woogie and barrelhouse blues (as well as Louis Jordan’s jump blues) clearly giving Haley his cues…Red’s music clearly showing a bridge back to ragtime…and while the so-called rock and roll is said to have brought black music to white audiences, ragtime had done that in a big way over fifty years earlier…and Red recorded for and played for white audiences years before the so-called rock and roll hit the charts….if Red don’t put a grin to your chin and a tap to your toes you might as well give it up and give up the ghost. — winch

October 15 in San Antonio history...

Local television station WOAI Channel 4 begins broadcasting in color from its studios today.  WOAI is the sixteenth station in the world to be equipped to telecast live local color programs.   112 more words