scsu1975

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  1. Strange things in 50s and 60s sci-fi movies

    I used to show that clip to my class of student teachers and would ask them to critique his teaching.
  2. Strange things in 50s and 60s sci-fi movies

    Because he acts (no pun intended) like a crumb for most of the movie. His only redeeming quality is that he has a pair, unlike Robert Hutton.
  3. Neither have I ... with good reason.
  4. Seances

    The seance scene in The Time of Their Lives is pretty funny ... especially with Binnie Barnes wisecracking "oh fine, a ghost to ghost broadcast."
  5. Death Takes No Holiday -- The Obituary Thread

    My favorite scene from The Enforcer (this is a lousy print, but what the heck):
  6. Strange things in 50s and 60s sci-fi movies

    No, I would have flunked you.
  7. Strange things in 50s and 60s sci-fi movies

    You had the wrong teacher.
  8. Strange things in 50s and 60s sci-fi movies

    An example of alien mathematics from Killers From Space: Loosely translated, this says "A spaceship leaves Astron Delta at noon traveling at warp 7. Two hours later, another spaceship ..."
  9. Lookalikes?

    Now if you paint a moustache on Dr. Sanjay Gupta, could he be mistaken for Geraldo Rivera?
  10. Recently Watched Cult/Exploitation/Grindhouse/Etc.

    This film earned a "C" (for "condemned") by the National League of Decency. After reading your description, there were probably a lot of other reasons to condemn it. Monogram Pictures promoted the film at their Philadelphia office by putting up a marijuana display in their window. So they wouldn't get raided, they included a sign which read "Loaned by Pennsylvania Division, Narcotic Drug Control."
  11. Death Takes No Holiday -- The Obituary Thread

    Sorry to hear this. We had a discussion about Jean Porter awhile back. If you click on the arrow above my avatar in the post below, I think you will be taken to the discussion:
  12. I Just Watched...

    Stewart died of complications from heart surgery. There is a story that he and Marilyn Monroe worked on a project for The Actor's Studio, rehearsing their lines on the East River Walk in NYC. They came upon some kids who had trapped some pigeons with the goal of selling them to a restaurant (I would not want to eat in that restaurant). Anyway, Stewart and Monroe bought the pigeons from the kids, and then set the birds free.
  13. I Just Watched...

    The gold bathing suit that Ms. Fleming wore was a nice touch. Ryan, as you state, was excellent. Lundigan was adequate, but I've never been impressed with his presence on screen. Interesting to see a young Carl Betz as one of the policemen. I had to laugh though when Ryan throws a lantern at Lundigan during the climax, and it comes right at the viewer; that was obviously staged to take advantage of 3D. With the desert locale, it would have been a nice twist if all the characters were done in by giant ants.
  14. Friday, 10 pm ET: Inferno (1953). Is this a premiere? Originally released in 3D. Always wanted to see it. Features my dream girl Rhonda Fleming. She looks great in 2D, and my mind boggles at what she would have looked like in 3D.
  15. Cats

    Here are Louie and Littlebear when they are not beating the crap out of each other:

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