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  1. Janet0312

    I Just Watched...

    I think Darren McGavin is great in everything he did. I have a soft spot for his perf in The Christmas Story and often spend most of the time watching his reactions on Christmas morn. It's as if he has a mega hangover.
  2. Janet0312

    I Just Watched...

    You're right. It's a Camaro. Must the Stang in the short lived series.
  3. Janet0312

    I Just Watched...

    Oh, my gosh! That's from the movie??? Maybe I'm thinking of the show, then. I was sure it was a yellow Mustang.
  4. Janet0312

    I Just Watched...

    Excellent review, except Kolchak drives a Mustang. This is one of my favorite films and it really holds together well today. Still creeps me out some, especially at night home alone. I have always loved Darren McGavin. I have tried to catch Barry Atwater in other roles, but I never seem to be able to focus on him long enough to catch the resemblance. I can't remember what I saw him in, but he was a blonde.
  5. Janet0312

    IMDB Watch List Question

    That's what I thought. I checked my watch list on Prime, but the ones I added to IMDB weren't there. Boogers.
  6. Janet0312

    IMDB Watch List Question

    I selected a television episode and a film, added them to my IMDB Watch List. But how do you watch them? Is that even an option? FAQ on the site doesn't explain.
  7. Janet0312

    Noir Alley

    I would say that was Wally Cox. Looked like him. I recognized his voice even before he closed the presser.
  8. Janet0312

    Noir Alley

    I agree wholeheartedly with your review. I thought the Sniper was excellent. The only other film I recall with Arthur Franz is Abbott & Costello Meet the Invisible Man. I thought Franz did a hell of a job in The Sniper. Two thumbs up for me.
  9. A co-worker in his early thirties loves the old Universals. In fact, I was kind of shocked when he told me he actually preferred the older films. At Christmas Time, I give him a Universal monster DVD and I get a Yankee candle from him. It's a tradition now and the kid has just seen The Old Dark House for the first time. I get a kick out of the younger generation digging these films that I grew up with. They survive. They are lasting. They are historical. And they're fun. I think the biggest diff between those old films and today's gory garbage is that you have to use your imagination to see the blood and guts that the Frankenstein monster caused. Or Dracula. Or Wolf Man. In IT Stephen King pens the kids going to the movies and being scared of The Teenage Werewolf, etc. The kids stay up to watch the old Mummy movies on TV. Those are lasting memories and who made those memories? Universal!!!! I still think anybody can outrun the mummy...
  10. Janet0312

    I Just Watched...

  11. Janet0312

    is mark of the vampire a thwarted effort?

    Wasn't Carroll Borland some sort of Lugosi groupie and that's how she got the part?
  12. Janet0312

    Donnie Dunagan In Son Of Frankenstein

    I realize Rathone goes over the top in this thing, but it works. He's good. My favorite Franky flick. And I love the kid. "Oooo! He was a great big man with a hairy coat on."
  13. Janet0312

    I Just Watched...

    Could be. "Chaney! Get over here with those wolf man feet and take a walk on this here bridge, would you please?"
  14. Janet0312

    I Just Watched...

    I you get the chance to watch it again, focus your attention on Leif Erickson. Besides his obvious flirtatious nature, which is a hoot to watch, there's a scene where he is standing behind Inston's wheelchair, and while the doctors and bantering back and forth, Leif rolls his eyes and makes several facial smirks, as if the conversation is boring him stiff. His dialogue... Oh, man!
  15. Janet0312

    Donnie Dunagan In Son Of Frankenstein

    That quivering lip gets me every time.

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