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Two for the Road (1967)

Life has been very hectic the past few months. I’ve been working on several writing assignments, switching from one novel to another; the LO, now poised to leave kindergarten and progress to Class I, requires a good deal of attention, and various lit fests or other book events have entailed (and are going to entail) some travelling. 1,654 more words

Film Review

The Graduate

The Graduate is a 1967 comedy film directed by Mike Nichols (which he won the Academy Award for). It stars a young Dustin Hoffman, Anne Bancroft, Katharine Ross, William Daniels and Murray Hamilton. 340 more words


Brute Force

The Film Noir Odyssey

Writer: Richard Brooks

Story: Robert Patterson

Director: Jules Dassin

Cinematographer: William Daniels

Music: Miklos Rozsa

Cast: Burt Lancaster, Hume Cronyn, Charles Bickford… 976 more words

Film Noir

The Parallax View (1974)

Lost and largely forgotten among a slew of political thrillers from the 1970s that involved far-reaching conspiracies and diabolical assassination plots, The Parallax View remains a solid entry in the genre. 362 more words

Weekly JUice

Week of 10/29/18

1. I’m not ok. 

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It’s been a minute ❤️

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Mr. Feeny: Mentor, Teacher, Bad Ass

Tuesday night, while at home relaxing with his wife, William Daniels, aka Mr. Feeney, stopped a home intruder from entering his home. 372 more words

Pop Culture

91-year-old actor, Mr. Feeny on 'Boy Meets World' scares off burglar: Cops

You might know William Daniels from his small-screen work during the 1980s and ’90s, but a would-be residential burglar reportedly saw the 91-year-old as a threat when he allegedly entered the actor’s San Fernando Valley residence recently. 165 more words