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  1. Yes, I agree now that the guy has to be Frank Albertson. I guess I'm just not used to seeing him looking so serious !
  2. The actor in still 9 looks like he could be Rod LaRocque but I'm not entirely sure.
  3. Another shot of Anne Nagel in "Man Made Monster" wearing the same dress as in the still.
  4. Still no 7 is from the 1941 Universal movie "Man Made Monster". The girl is Anne Nagel. Not sure about the guy. Her leading man in the movie is Frank Albertson, but it doesn't look like him. Here is Anne Nagel in "Man Made Monster" wearing the same dress as in the still.
  5. CATALINA CAPER was shown on TCM just a few days ago.
  6. Sad to hear this. He was always a pleasant performer. Saw him on TCM just a few days ago in the 1967 movie "The Catalina Caper". Not a very good movie, but fun in a goofy way, and of course Tommy Kirk was good as always.
  7. Her passing was just announced on the 28th so I'm sure obituary sources will be updated shortly.
  8. Actress and author Joan Howard Maurer has passed away. She died in Sept. 21 at age 94. She was the daughter of Three Stooges actor Moe Howard. She appeared in about ten films herself as a child actress in the 1930s, between 1934 and 1939. She appeared in films with such stars as Shirley Temple, Humphrey Bogart, Jean Hersholt, and The Three Stooges. But her film career was more her Dad's idea than hers and she was never really interested in being a movie actress. So in 1939 she told her Dad she wanted to retire from acting. She later wrote books on The Three Stooges and was a very pop
  9. I happen to enjoy the Five Little Peppers movies, but star Edith Fellows had a different opinion. When I met her in 2000 and asked her about them, she said she didn't care much for them, and in fact, used to call them "The Five Little Poopers"!
  10. I don't get the channel, but I believe it's a channel called "Movies" and I've heard that the Blondie movies are shown there on Saturday mornings.
  11. As usual, I'm just seeing this after most of the photos have been identified (and I did know most of them!) A can clarify that no. 3 is Carole Lombard and that the way the still number is printed I know it is an RKO Radio Pictures still.
  12. The first time I stumbled across one of these I was APALLED! Why WHY WHY??!! would anyone do this? I've always been a fan of the original movies being so defaced here (the Monogram "Lone Star" and early Republics). As noted, sometimes the colorizing isn't bad, just unnecessary. I had seen over the years other examples of these John Wayne movies being colorized or having bad unfitting music added, but the dubbing of all the voices on these just goes too far. The perpetrators of this deplorable butchery apparently wanted to make these old films look like new product and sell them as such.
  13. heya

    Just wondering if you were still around.
    I know you are just using spare time on looking up that Laurel and Hardy score, I just wish my somewhat pesky female friend would leave me alone about it xD

  14. Just seeing this now, but let me confirm: definitely Thurston Hall.
  15. I haven't seen one yet, so I'm wondering if TCM did one of their memorial clips tribute to Norman Lloyd. He certainly deserves it. (UPDATE) - Yes they did. Just found it on YouTube.
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