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Gunsmoke's The Fugitives debuted on Monday night, October 23, 1972. James Olson plays bank robber Bede Stalcup, an outlaw on the lam who summons Doc Adams when his younger brother is injured in a riding accident. Regulars James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Ken Curtis and Buck Taylor are also joined in the cast by Russell Johnson, Vic Tayback, Troy Melton and Darrell Larson.
Published by William J. Felchner 65 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +1 votes | 0 comments
Central to the story are five college kids who were clearly intended to be one-dimensional caricatures. But pointing out their shallowness and actually commenting on it are two entirely different matters, and frankly, I would have preferred the filmmakers to go in the latter direction. There's Dana, the reluctant virgin (Kristen Connolly). There's her best friend, Jules, the perpetually horny sexpot (Anna Hutchison), who just dyed her hair blonde; although she can't pronounce one of the words on...
Published by Kayla Pembrook 65 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +0 votes | 0 comments
The Waltons' The Sinner debuted on Thursday night, October 26, 1972. John Ritter is introduced as the Reverend Matthew Fordwick, a young, naive Baptist preacher who's slated to preside over a camp revival meeting on Walton's Mountain. Regulars Richard Thomas, Ralph Waite, Michael Learned, Ellen Corby and Will Geer are also joined in the cast by Robert Donner and Collin Wilcox-Home.
Published by William J. Felchner 65 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +3 votes | 1 comments
Part of the reason I did enjoy the movie is because of the younger era flashbacks of the four friends. It had a kind of supernatural stand by me feel to it for those scenes, and I'm quite a fan of Stand By Me so that appealed to me. It also appealed to me because it did seem like a nice jump-out-and-scare-you horror. It's no psychological thriller which relies on your own imagination to scare you (and the fear stays with you well after you're done seeing it). It's much more blood and gore and ch...
Published by Kayla Pembrook 65 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +1 votes | 0 comments
The Rifleman's The Debt debuted on Monday night, March 5, 1962. The late Keith Andes portrays Renolds, a condemned outlaw who's being escorted to Santa Fe by Micah Torrance for a date with the territorial hangman. Regulars Chuck Connors, Johnny Crawford and Paul Fix are also joined in the cast by Hank Patterson.
Published by William J. Felchner 65 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +1 votes | 0 comments
My Name is Khan is one of the best Bollywood films in 2010. It is presently the third highest-grossing Bollywood film. It also has 80% rating at Rotten Tomatoes and 87% at Metacritic. The movie is about a Muslim man with Asperger’s syndrome who struggles to prove that he is a good man. Khan then embarks on a journey to meet President George W. Bush to tell him he is not a terrorist. But each time he fails to meet the president, he touches several lives…
Published by Guimo Pantuhan 65 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +11 votes | 6 comments
The Rifleman's The Man from Salinas debuted on Monday night, February 12, 1962. Future I Spy star Robert Culp plays bounty hunter Dave Foley who comes to North Fork, New Mexico Territory, in order to claim a reward on his outlaw "brother." Regulars Chuck Connors and Johnny Crawford are also joined in the cast by Jack Hogan, Ralph Moody, Joe Higgins, Harlan Warde and Fred Sherman.
Published by William J. Felchner 65 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +3 votes | 0 comments
The Discovery Channel's MythBusters debuted on January 23, 2003. Special effects wizards Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage explore a wide array of popular myths using science as their principal tool. The sinking of the RMS Titanic, escapes from Alcatraz, Civil War rockets, Hitler assassination attempts, pre-mature Edgar Allan Poe-type burials, tongue piercing lightning strikes, mirror death rays and elevator malfunctions are just some of the topics examined.
Published by William J. Felchner 65 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +3 votes | 1 comments
The Big Valley's Last Train to the Fair debuted on Wednesday night, April 27, 1966. Richard Anderson plays an Old West physician whose criminal past comes to haunt him during a train ride to Sacramento. Regulars Richard Long, Peter Breck, Lee Majors and Linda Evans are also joined in the cast by Karl Swenson, Tim McIntire, James McCallion and Nora Marlowe.
Published by William J. Felchner 65 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +3 votes | 0 comments
Published by Abhay Singh 65 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +0 votes | 0 comments
The Rifleman's Gunfire debuted on Monday night, January 15, 1962. The great Lon Chaney Jr. appears as outlaw Charlie Gordo, a temporary resident of the North Fork jail who's headed to Yuma Prison for his execution. Regulars Chuck Connors, Johnny Crawford and Paul Fix are also joined in the cast by Ross Elliott, Joe Higgins, Bill Quinn, Grant Richards and William Bryant.
Published by William J. Felchner 65 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +5 votes | 3 comments
The Rifleman's Long Gun from Tucson premiered on Monday night, December 11, 1961. Peter Whitney plays John Holliver, a gunslinger who comes looking for revenge in North Fork, New Mexico Territory. Regulars Chuck Connors and Johnny Crawford are also joined in the cast by Brian G. Hutton, John Harmon, Whit Bissell, Joe Higgins and Billy Hughes.
Published by William J. Felchner 65 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +2 votes | 0 comments
Asian countries have constantly produced top-notch horror movies in the past decade. Some of these movies have even been reproduced in Hollywood due to their original content and extreme success. We therefore take a look at the best Asian horror films that have scared millions of movie goers. I have watched every movie listed here and I could confidently recommend each and every one of them.
Published by Lindbergh Lendl Soriano 65 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +3 votes | 1 comments
The Rifleman's The Shattered Idol debuted on Monday night, December 4, 1961. Kevin McCarthy plays Samuel Langhorne Clemens – better known as Mark Twain – who stops in North Fork while en route to a lecture in Santa Fe. Regulars Chuck Connors and Johnny Crawford are also joined in the cast by Jack Elam, John Harmon, Bud Osborne and Mary Joe Tierney.
Published by William J. Felchner 66 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +4 votes | 0 comments
Gunsmoke's Bohannan debuted on Monday night, September 25, 1972. Richard Kiley guest stars as Brother Bohannan, who brings his faith healing show to Dodge City where he is met with skepticism by Doc Adams. Regulars James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake and Ken Curtis are also joined in the cast by Linda Marsh, Vince Van Patten and Helen Kleeb.
Published by William J. Felchner 66 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +0 votes | 0 comments
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