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Throwback Thursday: The Green Hornet (2011)

Beyond reviewing new movies,  I’m also going to use my blog to talk about movies that I think are underrated and deserve more credit.  All my Throwback Thursday will be  388 more words

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Familiar Faces #7: Gordon Jones, Working Class Hero

Brawny actor Gordon Jones (1911-1963) was never a big star, but an actor the big  stars could depend on to give a good performance. Stars like John Wayne, Roy Rogers, and Abbott & Costello knew Gordon could deliver the goods in support, and he spent over thirty years as a working class actor. 770 more words

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Familiar Faces #7: Gordon Jones, Working Class Hero

Brawny actor Gordon Jones (1911-1963) was never a big star, but an actor the big  stars could depend on to give a good performance. Stars like John Wayne, Roy Rogers, and Abbott & Costello knew Gordon could deliver the goods in support, and he spent over thirty years as a working class actor. 770 more words

Cracked Rear Viewer

The Acheulian Goddess and The Green Hornet

From an essay on pop culture and the Gods in Walking the Worlds.

When I first constructed an altar for the Acheulian Goddess, She gave me specific requests of what She wanted for her sacred space.One of her desires was an action figure of The Green Hornet of the 1966 TV show. 1,054 more words

Rerun Junkie- The Ghosts of Shows Past

This post features spoilers for the season 4 episode of NCIS: New Orleans, “Viral”, which aired October 24, 2017. Read at your own risk.

One of the interesting tics of being a rerun junkie is seeing the ghosts of episodes of shows long past in current shows. 662 more words

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Rerun Junkie--All of Your Favorites Are Problematic

One of my favorite episodes of The Monkees is called “Monkees Chow Mein”. The four guys inadvertently intercept a fortune cookie filled with top secret information at a Chinese restaurant. 610 more words

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Another Challenge for the Green Hornet!

The Green Hornet TV show from 1966 is the best live action superhero TV show ever made. Every time I say this the response I get is “ 324 more words

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