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A Timely Blogathon - Duel (1971) - MovieRob

This post is my 5th entry in this month’s A Timely Blogathon being run by Anna of Film Grimoire and myself.

Stick around to see (at least) one new entry a day from many of the talented writers who have joined us in watching and reviewing films under 90 minutes long. 341 more words

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Anna (Film Grimoire) reblogged this and commented:

Check out Movierob's newest review for A Timely Blogathon - Rob reviewed Steven Spielberg's Duel (1971), a film I've had on my list for quite some time.


June 4th in history:

The idea of air travel got a big lift on June 4th, 1783, when the Montgolfier brothers of France demonstrated the hot-air balloon they developed. 106 more words

Today In History

Fun with Frank

Frank had a stellar career as movie star, modeled as the Marlboro Man, and directed a passel of plays back in the day. He lived in New York, and Los Angeles, and hobnobbed with friends and neighbors such as Jack Palance, Dennis Weaver, and Tyrone Power. 827 more words

Boomer Memoir

Cult TV Essentials: McCloud

McCloud (played by Dennis Weaver)  was a Glen A. Larson’s production and was seen by many as his attempt at Coogan’s Bluff which starred Clint Eastwood.  277 more words



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Steven Spielberg


  • Dennis Weaver as David Mann

Duel marked the debut of Steven Spielberg and though it was made for television, it later got a cinematic release. 666 more words

Movie Reviews

Watching "A Touch Of Evil" On TCM

It was great to watch the 1958 movie, “A Touch of Evil” directed by the great Orson Welles yesterday on Turner Classic Movies channel.

There were some fine performances all throughout this film about  murder, police corruption and overall shady activities in a Mexican border town. 177 more words