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  1. Sounds like the episode of "One Step Beyond" titled "Reunion." The ending is VERY creepy!
  2. Any details as to who was in the movie you are thinking of?
  3. Not having cable tv for over 10 years now TCM is one I definitely miss. Does anyone know if the following RKO movie has ever been shown on TCM? The Last Outlaw (1936) Starring Harry Carey, Hoot Gibson and Tom Tyler. TIA
  4. I'd go with John Ford and "Stagecoach" myself. OK maybe I am being a little biased here. :) After "Stagecoach", Tom Tyler remained in Ford's stock company, appearing later in "Red River" and "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon". So even though "Stagecoach" was a John Wayne vehicle, Tom received the acting accolades for a very good reason. I can almost picture John Ford telling Tom, "Why can't I get this kind of performance from Wayne?" http://triggertomblog.blogspot.com/2017/07/luke-plummer-real-star-of-stagecoach.html I have tried many times to watch "Gone with the Wind" but historical r
  5. Losing a lot of personal favorites this year in the film and music fields - and David Hedison unfortunately is one of them. I also remember him in "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea", "The Fly", "Murder She Wrote", many a "Love Boat" and "Fantasy Island" appearance. RIP
  6. Same here with "A Clockwork Orange" so it's good to know I'm not the only one who has no interest in seeing it again. "The Wizard of Oz" with Judy Garland - loved it as a kid, but as an adult, not so much. Then there's "Gone with the Wind". I have tried to watch it many times but could not get into it. I'd always change the channel for a movie with more action/adventure, sci-fi, or horror.
  7. For "The Haunted Palace" it was the Lovecraft element plus the sets, for "The Masque of the Red Death", the sets, story, and the distinct use of candle color. Watched "The Tomb of Ligeia" last night on Youtube and noticed the candle colors were used in the same manner. While on the topic of Vincent Price movies, after Ligeia I watched "Diary of a Madman" which I saw a very long time ago - long before I actually read Guy de Maupassant. I have a book which is a collection of his stories called "The Dark Side", and of course "The Horla" is in it. So its fair to say I enjoy both Poe and
  8. "Jaws" did but maybe because my parents dragged me to Florida every summer for one week before school started for the semester.
  9. I've seen all of them, but my favorites are "The Haunted Palace" and "The Masque of the Red Death" as I have both on DVD.
  10. You mean like this?: As you can see, Mr. Tyler's brown eyes stand out enough to not need the dark makeup although he is wearing mascara. Not how the lip rouge does not fully cover his lower lip but instead forms a small "bow". This photo is dated 1927. The silver/light gray on his eyelids is noticeable, and standard throughout his remaining silent films made in the 1930's. Now, if you were to watch a movie like "Deadwood Pass" 1933, you might note that he is wearing the lip rouge during the opening scene where is in the stagecoach with Alice Dahl. At some point in the mid
  11. Better yet - how about non-comedy silent film stars who played themselves? Tom Tyler played Tom Tyler in "Terror Mountain", 1928.
  12. I always send in selections every year but none have yet been chosen for the Registry. Maybe this time??
  13. John Hurt got nailed in the groin by Veronica Carlson in "The Ghoul" (1975). Poor John looked like he was really in pain, too.
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