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Critique: ‘Dallas’ Episode 162 — ‘Killer a Large’

“Dallas’s” seventh season winds down with half the cast once again gunning for J.R. In the final scene, an unseen assailant enters the darkened Ewing Oil offices and fires three shots into the back of J.R.’s chair, except he isn’t sitting there — good-guy brother Bobby tumbles to the floor. 917 more words

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Mill Creek Musings: The Last Time I Saw Paris (1954)

American journalist Charles Wills (Van Johnson) works for the Stars and Stripes newspaper. He’s in Paris, covering a story about the VE day celebration marking the end of the second World War. 489 more words

Film

Major New Book - Behind the Scenes of John Ford's THEY WERE EXPENDABLE (1945)

John Ford established himself as a major film director during the silent film era with classics such as THE IRON HORSE (1924), 3 BAD MEN (1926), 139 more words

Donna Reed

Crahan Denton, you inspire me.

So, two days ago I came home at 7 am and found my dog watching The Donna Reed Show on television. Normally it’s the Beverly Hillbillies, (she really likes watching Elly May and her critters) but I was late today. 261 more words

Past Imperfect - #125

Monty: “You were working as a waitress at a cocktail bar, when I met you.”

Donna: “But even then I knew I’d find a much better place, either with or without you.”

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