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Everything posted by Janet0312

  1. Have you seen this yet? TVLand displays it before Bonanza and Gunsmoke episodes.
  2. Used to look for Grayson Hall in this thing. She was wonderful as Miss Hoffman on Dark Shadows, and even more delightful as the inn keeper in The Gargoyles.
  3. Those engines were so easy to work on. I had to replace a water pump once and when you opened the hood, everything is right there. No pollution devices or contraptions. I wanted heart and soul to be a mechanic when I was a youth. A mechanic friend told me to forget it because eventually everything was going to be computerized. The man I was dating at the time had several brothers, all mechanics. It was a wonderful learning experience, since I used to play with my brother's plastic motor in the 60's. I lucked out too that when I have to bring my vehicle in for service, nobody can snowball
  4. Oh, I got a lot of ribbing about the button on the floor that made high beams.
  5. Duel directed by Stephen Spielberg.
  6. As far as a garbage scow can go.
  7. Never heard of a Valiant De Luxe. Must have been for the semi rich.
  8. I think the poor car throws a rod in the end...
  9. It's funny how a bunch of the cars looked the same, but had different names. Plymouth Valiant perhaps?
  10. No. I think it was the movie where Dennis Weaver is trying to outrun a tractor trailer.
  11. Boy, I miss having a classic car.
  12. My Dart. I drove this car daily. Got many comments on it. I'd be stopped at a light and people would yell over to me how they loved it and how they had one and also how you couldn't kill the engine as long as you fed it oil. How I miss it. Had to get a Jeep for the winter travel tho... The last time I drove her in the winter was when I almost smashed into a phone pole during a surprise snow squall. Many cars were off the road and I came around a corner. Was I scared for my own safety? Hell, no. All I could vision was a smashed grill. I made it tho. Phwew!
  13. I recognized it immediately from Bewitched.
  14. Is it Four Daughters where they have a picnic in the woods? Everything is ethereal. It's a fairytale scene to be sure with a swing and a barbecue grill, Dad asking for more beer, someone playing the guitar and hemming Felix's pants and riding bicycles through the fields of newly mown hay and everything is simply perfectamundo. It's a most picturesque scene and so totally unbelievable. What family is that loving? But I must say I am a sucker for this movie as well as the rest following. I wished I was Priscilla Lane when I was 16. I thought she was the most perfect girl on the planet. She was
  15. Yes. I agree LHF. That grossed me out. I was rather shocked that they showed that. And I'm not a fan of Hemingway and criticized his work in English 101 in school, but the documentary was wonderful.
  16. It may not have been well promoted, but boy, was it good!
  17. Returning a rich man's pocketbook that explodes....
  18. For the time they certainly were. Not politically correct these days. I have a very close friend who is black and I asked him if movies and films of the the day bothered him, like Song of the South and he said no. I dunno. Growing up in the 60's I had many friends with different skin pigmentations. It never bothered me.
  19. This looks like a job for... You know who...
  20. There are four occurrences in Droopy's Good Deed that were edited for poor racial innuendoes.
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