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By the time I reach Albuquerque

My dear Aunt Jeannie, my mom’s twin, my second mother, passed away this spring. Not before leaving me with a deep appreciation for Glen Campbell, Dionne Warwick, Bobby Goldsboro, Dusty Springfield, great musicians at the cusp between Peyton Place and Abbey Road. 535 more words

Sharon Tate on costume

Sharon Tate: in a costume department photo for The Wrecking Crew (1968), the fourth and last Matt Helm spy spoof starring Dean Martin.

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Vault Movie Review - The Wrecking Crew (2008)

A review of the music documentary, The Wrecking Crew, directed by Denny Tedesco.

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The Wrecking Crew Taylor Zajonc

The Wrecking Crew   Taylor Zajonc

The book starts with a plane full of scientists being shot down whilst they are investigating a mysterious red kelp off the Horn of Africa, continues with a prison escape, luxury yatch theft and that’s just the first few pages. 222 more words

Book Review

Sal Buscema's Transcendent Moment (and a couple other observations)

I have strayed from comic book related blogging for the last few blogs; so, since Nostalgia Zone is mainly in the business of selling old comic books, let’s say I get back to the books, eh? 875 more words

Comic Book Art

Little Rock: A Cinephile's Oasis

My full time profession is being a producer-writer-director in the entertainment business. I live and work in Little Rock, Arkansas. I also spend a considerable amount of time in Los Angeles where I’m privileged to have an office in which to hang my hat during the day and a bed on which to lay my body at night. 852 more words

F.I.L.M. of the Week (August 27, 2015)

I will not attempt to argue that “The Wrecking Crew” is some kind of groundbreaking piece of documentary art.  Frankly put, it does not begin to approach those things.   359 more words

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