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  1. Ian Fleming's central female characters tended to be either butch baddies or nymphet types... I recently caught an older Theresa Russell in an episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent and this eventually led me to observe that Russell could've made the cinematic span from Bond-ian ingenue to matronly villain.
  2. Regarding "Dragnet 46 - 3.01 - Public Affairs - DR-07", its producers sometimes even had trouble casting young people in counterculture roles. (Yes, I know Timothy Leary was well past the age of trust, but come on!)
  3. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Something_New_(Beatles_album)
  4. However hokey many seem to find ADAM-12 and the color version of DRAGNET - Los Angeles policemen are misunderstood civil servants, hippies are everything your parents warned you about, etc., for those who grew up in the Los Angeles area during the second half of the 1960s and/or the first half of the 1970s, the Jack Webb pair are video "logs" of their youth's city.
  5. jamesjazzguitar, I was surprised at the lack of any response to JakeHolman's THReporter JAWS post while referencing the 45th anniversary of ROLLERBALL today as well.
  6. Despite the expanse of Los Angeles beachfront property, it ironically seems that Century City was the happening location for Amity Island when JAWS first surfaced in the City of Angels.
  7. Considering the surprising "response" to yourJAWS post this past Sunday, JakeHolman, who can blame you for overlooking another June 45th anniversary: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0073631/
  8. Should've already typed: Thank you for your awesome - Green Beret(!!) - service.
  9. Has there ever been a shorter-yet-greater trailer than the JOKER teaser - a 31 second mindsnapper: Holy Macbeth!
  10. Django Reinhardt sounds to me like he could've lent his "gypsy jazz style" to The Third Man atmosphere:
  11. Your "Laura" study reinforces my impression of your avatar/moniker: Django Reinhardt! Speaking of impressions and Django Reinhardt, jamesjazzguitar, you might appreciate the following if somehow overlooked:
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