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FourColorFan
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March 17th, 2018, 6:58 am #2521

Saturday March 10, 2018
The 5,000 Fingers of Dr T (1953)

Burma Shave
CucamongaDan
Number 13
FourColorFan
Crabmonster
Venus Fly
SiBurning
Monsterpal
Buck Starjett

Burma Shave: Hey can anybody give me some topic sentences for the following thesis?:

Burma Shave: "In The Black Cat (1934), Edgar G. Ulmer utilizes German Expressionist influence from working at UAF within a Studio System production to create a suspenseful horror film that benefits from the absence of the soon-to-be-implemented Code by having the freedom to explore dark themes."

CucamongaDan joined the chat
CucamongaDan: hello
CucamongaDan: that sounds like a good topic sentence already.
CucamongaDan: shouldn't it be in past tense though- it was 84 years ago
CucamongaDan: maybe you need to focus on whether your main idea is his expressionist influence from UAF, or the benefits of precodeness to exploration of dark themes
CucamongaDan: or maybe the focus is what an outrageous relic is the film. What made that possible? And those are the two main things.

Number13 joined the chat
Number13: hi dan!
CucamongaDan: hi 13!
CucamongaDan: watching Dr. T?
Number13: i put it on now
CucamongaDan: I hope you're recording it too
Number13: yes
CucamongaDan: seen it before?
Number13: no
Number13: i'm looking forward to it
Number13: do you have a link for it?
CucamongaDan: it's not a great film, but an amazing one
CucamongaDan: I have a copy, haven't checked for a link
CucamongaDan: since its been all about Dr. Seuss in schools where i sub at since his birthday March 2 is a national library and reading celebration anymore, I learned some things
Number13: I'm not sure why i haven't heard of this movie
CucamongaDan: I was looking at some kid's time line and learned his first book To Think it Happened on Mulberry Street came out in 1954- so this movie was a coiuple years before that!
Number13: this movie was before his first kid's book?
CucamongaDan: I remember my mom and oldest sister laughing about it, and hearing how lots of kids getting piano lessons they weren't sure they wanted could relate to it
Number13: it's a musical?
CucamongaDan: curious what sven has to say about it, it's always seemed like an oddball film to me
CucamongaDan: yeah lots of music, of course Dr. T hates all the non-piano instruments
Number13: looks odd

Burma Shave joined the chat
CucamongaDan: hi burma!
CucamongaDan: I wrote your paper for you, scroll up
Burma Shave: Number 13 help me do my essay
Number13: hi burma
Burma Shave: I choose to write about the Black Cat for a History of Film essay.
Burma Shave: Help me develop my main points for me because I'm lazy
Number13: i'm sick and my head isn't working right, but I can try
Burma Shave: I have a good strong thesis but I just need some ideas for the main points of the paragraphs.

Burma Shave: "In The Black Cat (1934), Edgar G. Ulmer utilizes German Expressionist influence from working at UAF within a Studio System production to create a suspenseful horror film that benefits from the absence of the soon-to-be-implemented Code by having the freedom to explore dark themes. "

Burma Shave: That's my thesis.

CucamongaDan: oh okay Burma, sounds like you got the ideas for two of your body paragraphs,need maybe 1 or 2 more? I'm not much of an expert on that film. But a guy getting skinned alive has got to be good supporting evidence of something.

The Black Cat (1934).jpg

Burma Shave: I wish we had a hall of fame for quotes from this chat.
Burma Shave: "But a guy getting skinned alive has got to be good supporting evidence of something." is golden.
CucamongaDan: haha maybe 4C can print that on the board
CucamongaDan: well I need to make some dinner. Should be back in time for most or all of Batman. then west coast Sven
Number13: he's going to sacrifice the girl in a satanic ritual, probably raised eyebrows
Burma Shave: (honestly Pete will hog the spotlight if we make a chat quote hall of fame) (that man is too damn witty)

crabmonster joined the chat
FCF: Is Burma's paper for school, college?
Number13: burma makes her papers cool
Burma Shave: Yes, it's for a class on the history of motion pictures.
Burma Shave: After a boring unit on the avant garde French 1920's films the introduction of the Motion Picture Production code is a breath of fresh air, frankly.
FCF: those pretentious Frenchies, heh
CucamongaDan: back- guess i'm almost out of luck for batman though
CucamongaDan: thought I had em all- but I never got copies of season 3 eps 33-37

Burma Shave: When's the film start?
Number13: half hour
CucamongaDan: 8:00
Burma Shave: is the black cat homoerotic
Number13: what was for dinner, dan?
CucamongaDan: vegetable soup- almost done
Number13: yum
FCF: I guess the scene with Karloff tied up could be, Burma, though never seemed that way to me. Eye of the beholder.
Number13: they do play that game of chess a very long time
Number13: a checkmating ritual
Number13: lol batman almost got busted

Number13: the cat in the hat movie is so bad
VenusFly joined the chat
Number13: hi!
FCF: Hey Venus
VenusFly: Hello.
FCF: Dr Seuss brought Venus in for chat
VenusFly: It does look interesting, I'll say that.
CucamongaDan: hi Venus!
gninruBiS joined the chat
CucamongaDan: I was standing in a school library looking at McElligot's Pool the other day- hadn't looked at it for 50 years, but the pictures sure stuck with me
FCF: I dont remember McElligot's Pool, the main Seuss books I saw were A Cat in the Hat, and Green Eggs and Ham. Green Ham and Eggs?
FCF: and the great Grinch cartoon of course
gninruBiS: Oh! Am I the only one watching batman?
Monsterpal joined the chat
gninruBiS: Guess not.
Number13: I had a bunch of seuss books, my mom read them to me when I was young

Burma Shave: tell me when the movie itself starts
CucamongaDan: will do
Monsterpal: I love this movie.
Number13: "a truly bizarre movie"
Number13: cool, mp
CucamongaDan: its just insane
gninruBiS: I missed it
crabmonster: any monsters yet?
FCF: tonight was my first time seeing it (the part I saw on Sven earlier)
Number13: I hadn't heard of it until this
FCF: paused on the Columbia lady
VenusFly: The studio eliminated 11 songs? Oh the humanity.
Burma Shave: has it started yet?
CucamongaDan: Ive seen it more than once but don't remember the skating beard guys
crabmonster: rolling
CucamongaDan: movie starting
FCF: I am a big fan of The Seven Faces of Dr Lao, though
Number13: movie starting
CucamongaDan: it was going to be the 5,000 Songs of Dr. T
Number13: I have a feeling I'm going to like this a lot
crabmonster: never saw this
FCF: Hans Conried, he is always fun
VenusFly: You like everything. It does seem cool.
FCF: Roy Rowland
Monsterpal: Little Tommy was Lassie's first TV boy.
FCF: is this Invaders from Mars?
VenusFly: Did David Lynch do this?
Number13: I love this!
FCF: Dr Seuss was the David Lynch of 1953 maybe
FCF: wake up!
FCF: Hans Conried! Dr T, piano teacher
Number13: "I was being chased by the subway guy"
Number13: (hides)
FCF: wow, he even wrote the (piano) book

FCF: Nice 50s look, the lady's outfit, the kid's shirt. 50s and early 60s look.
FCF: cooking in full makeup
VenusFly: Let's get this kid a record deal. The mom too!
Number13: "Hi Heddy."
Monsterpal: Nice color.
VenusFly: Well, the mom can do the singing.
Number13: yes it has a nice look to it
FCF: 10! sing it! 10!
Burma Shave: kid's right
FCF: Terwilliker...easier to say Dr T
crabmonster: break
Number13: breaky as the kid is going back to sleep Ma
VenusFly: Sounds like the studio really messed with this production.
FCF: I think they did, probably thought Seuss was too weird

CucamongaDan: I remember seeing Gerald McBoingBoing in the theater when we were kids, we thought it was the cleverest cartoon ever, and had no idea it was almost 20 years old by then

Hans Conried.JPG

Burma Shave: WAIT IS THIS HANS CONRAID
Monsterpal: Did he have a dog named Manfred?
FCF: yep, Burma
FCF: Hans is Terwilliker, Dr T
Burma Shave: weeeeeeeeeiiiiiiiiirrrrrrrrrrrrrdddddddd
CucamongaDan: Hans seemed to gravitate to a lot of really weird stuff
FCF: yeah, not long ago you posted Hans talking with Rod Serling, Burma
FCF: BIG piano now
Burma Shave: like what really weird stuff Dan
CucamongaDan: T conductiong
VenusFly: That would take a while to tune.
FCF: its like a long curvy bar of piano keys
Number13: cool set
CucamongaDan: (Dan posted an image from THE TWONKY, starring Hans Conried)
Number13: he reminds me of trelane for some reason
FCF: nice outfit, Dr T
FCF: oh yeah, we chatted The Twonky, with Hans Conried
FCF: pretty weird flick
CucamongaDan: fractured Flickers was quite the offbeat show
Burma Shave: when are we gonna rechat the twonky?
Number13: it's good to have a good hand on your shoulders
Number13: I'd vote for it again
CucamongaDan: i dunno but i hope we get a decent copy

CucamongaDan: the guards remind me of Santa Claus Conquers the Martians
Number13: that's always a good thing, dan
VenusFly: Stairway to Heaven
FCF: climbing the ladder
Monsterpal: The plumber was in a Hitchcock Hour with Lillian Gish.
crabmonster: brown jacket
Number13: some sets remind me of the city in 1924 thief of bagdad
CucamongaDan: oh I need to watch that then- is that the animated one?
FCF: I can't recognize that plumber guy from anything, drats. could just be a plumber to me.
Number13: no live action
Number13: he's actively participating in using his imagination while inside of his dream
Monsterpal: He was married little lady playing mom.
crabmonster: Behold Eck!

VenusFly: Can't believe they cut 11 songs from this.
FCF: the studio did? yikes
Burma Shave: why are plumber man's eyes so creepily blue
Burma Shave: is it the technicolor?
VenusFly: Yes the studio had to get their 5000 fingers all over it. Big shots.

Next time...THE MAD MAGICIAN 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FourColorFan
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March 17th, 2018, 6:56 pm #2522

Tonight's movie is THE MAD MAGICIAN (1954) with Vincent Price, Mary Murphy, Eva Gabor, John Emery, Donald Randolph, Lenita Lane, Patrick O'Neal and Jay Novello.

MeTV lineup for Saturday March 17, 2018

THE WILD, WILD WEST
"The Night of the Fugitives"
Simon Oakland, Charles McGraw, Susan Hart, Mickey Hargitay.

WONDER WOMAN
"The Girl with a Gift for Disaster"
Jane Actman, Ina Balin, Dick Butkus, Charles Haid.

SVENGOOLIE
THE MAD MAGICIAN (1954)

BATMAN
"The Contaminated Cowl"
David Wayne is The Mad Hatter. With Jean Hale.

BATMAN
"The Mad Hatter Runs Afoul"
David Wayne, Jean Hale, Lennie Bremen, Victor Ames, Leonid Kinskey.

STAR TREK
"Patterns of Force"
Richard Evans, Volora Noland, Skip Homeier, David Brian, Patrick Horgan.

BATTLESTAR: GALACTICA
"Gun on Ice Planet Zero, part 1"
Roy Thinnes, James Olson, Christine Belford, Richard Lynch, Denny Miller, Britt Ekland.

KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER
"Horror in the Heights"
Phil Silvers, Murray Matheson, Abraham Sofaer, Benny Rubin, Shelly Novack.

LOST IN SPACE
"The Hungry Sea"

VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA
"The Village of Guilt"
Richard Carlson, Anna-Lisa, Steven Geray, Frank Richards.

LAND OF THE GIANTS
"The Weird World"
Glen Corbett.

SWAMP THING
"Falco"
Peter Mark Richman, Jim Glick, Doc Duhame.

SWAMP THING
"From Beyond the Grave"
Brett Rice, Jamie Cuffe, Lisa Miller.
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FourColorFan
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March 17th, 2018, 9:18 pm #2523

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March 24th, 2018, 3:28 pm #2524

Saturday March 17, 2018
The Mad Magician (1954)

Number 13
SiBurning
FourColorFan
Crabmonster
Hando
Monsterpal
CucamongaDan
Stitches
Buck Starjett

FCF: paused on the Columbia statue
Monsterpal: Hi, 13! 4C! Crabby! Bats!
Number13: I never saw this before tonight
Monsterpal: 3D?
FCF: Its no House of Wax, but has a similar vibe. was originally in 3D, yep
FCF: Eva Gabor, later of Green Acres, looks great
Monsterpal: It's not a bad movie at all
BatmansPinkCowl: House of Wax rules
CucamongaDan joined the chat
CucamongaDan: hi ya all!
crabmonster: movie starting
BatmansPinkCowl: I like the 30's version best though

Number13: movie starting!
FCF: 3D and black and white, wasn't that unusual?
Number13: happy st. patrick's day everyone
Monsterpal: Lucky Lagoon was in black and white
FCF: Jay Novello, a familiar character actor
CucamongaDan joined the chat
FCF: oh right, the Gill Man, MP
CucamongaDan: movie on
CucamongaDan: just past opening credits
Number13: egghead!
CucamongaDan: Happy day of St Patrik!
FCF: Galico? egghead is a better name
Monsterpal: It came from outer space was Black and White
FCF: Happy Green Day! nice work on the green font, Dan
FCF: haha, you got me there, MP. I was thinking of just House of Wax I guess
FCF: the legs of Mary Murphy
Monsterpal: I'm sure there are others that were in color
CucamongaDan: sorry my computer ain't warmed up yet

ghost of stitches entered for the first time
Monsterpal: Mary was quite a babe
Number13: stitches!
CucamongaDan: think the chauns are responsible for the green font
CucamongaDan: I came home to green milk
ghost of stitches: howdy all !
BatmansPinkCowl: hi ghost
CucamongaDan: hi stitches, ghost of
Monsterpal: Hi, Stitch
crabmonster: young Vinnie
CucamongaDan: I know nothing about this movie
CucamongaDan: looks pretty good though
Number13: yeah it's not too shabby
FCF: I saw it a few times on TNT, or maybe AMC
crabmonster: never seen it
Monsterpal: It was made to cash in on House of Wax, but it's pretty good in its own right
CucamongaDan: Vinnie looks like satan
FCF: Vinnie was the 3D King. for a year.
Monsterpal: It's a buzz saw thrill ride
Monsterpal: That first 3D phase only last a year or so
FCF: Mary Murphy showing a lot of leg for 1954
Monsterpal: Just a year after she was in the wild one with Brando and Lee Marvin

CucamongaDan: that's a pretty good size saw blade
Number13: I thought they were going to cut this from the act
FCF: the original SAW movie
ghost of stitches: ya need a good sized blade to saw through humans.... or so i'm told...
Number13: not vinnie's day
FCF: the buzz saw must be copyrighted
Number13: (tabonga sits down)
FCF: Galico got the shaft! that old thief guy
crabmonster: no stach on Vinnie
Number13: watch that temper, vinnie
BatmansPinkCowl: I hate anybody who doesn't like vinnie's stach

Next time...Revenge of the Creature?
Nope, it's been canceled for the second week in a row.

Next time...ANTS! (1977).
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March 24th, 2018, 8:10 pm #2525

Tonight's movie is ANTS! (1977) with Robert Foxworth, Lynda Day George, Gerald Gordon, Bernie Casey, Barry Van Dyke, Karen Lamm, Suzanne Somers and Myrna Loy. Its original title is IT HAPPENED AT LAKEWOOD MANOR. Sven showed it just last month, on February 3, 2018.

MeTV lineup for Saturday March 24, 2018

THE WILD, WILD WEST
"The Night of the Pelican"
Charles Aidman, Khigh Dhiegh, Vincent Beck, Francine York.

WONDER WOMAN
"The Boy Who Knew Her Secret, part 1"
Michael Shannon, John Milford, Tegan West, Lenora May, Bert Remsen.

SVENGOOLIE
ANTS! (1977)

BATMAN
"The Zodiac Crimes"
Cesar Romero is The Joker and Burgess Meredith is The Penguin. With Terry Moore.

BATMAN
"The Joker's Hard Times"
Cesar Romero, Terry Moore, Joe DiReda, Hal Baylor.

STAR TREK
"By Any Other Name"
Warren Stevens, Barbara Bouchet, Stewart Moss, Robert Fortier.

BATTLESTAR: GALACTICA
"Gun on Ice Planet Zero, part 2"
Roy Thinnes, James Olson, Dan O'Herlihy, Christine Belford, Richard Lynch, Denny Miller, Britt Ekland.

KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER
"Mr R.I.N.G."
Julie Adams, Corinne Michaels, Bert Freed, Donald Barry.

LOST IN SPACE
"Welcome Stranger"
Warren Oates.

VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA
"Hot Line"
Everett Sloane, Michael Ansara, Paul Carr, Ford Rainey, James Doohan, John Banner.

LAND OF THE GIANTS
"The Golden Cage"
Celeste Yarnall, Douglas Bank, Dawson Palmer, Page Slattery.

SWAMP THING
"The Shipment"
Janis Benson, Roger Floyd.

SWAMP THING
"Birth Marks"
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March 31st, 2018, 12:10 pm #2526

Saturday March 24, 2018
Ants! (1977)

Burma Shave
SiBurning
Crabmonster
Number 13
FourColorFan
CucamongaDan
Buck Starjett

Burma Shave joined the chat 20:18
gninruBiS joined the chat 20:18
gninruBiS: ni
Burma Shave: huh same time
Burma Shave: weird
Burma Shave: What's Ants?
gninruBiS: is that what sven's playing?
gninruBiS: ugh
gninruBiS: Ants can build their own bridge across water.Who do you think built the Golden Gate>
Burma Shave: yes but what is this ants movie about?
gninruBiS: You;d rather not know
Burma Shave: May Tod Browning protect me, I'm going to look it up.
gninruBiS: safer than watching
crabmonster joined the chat

crabmonster: Without Warning
crabmonster: anyone wanna watch it?
Number13: sure
FCF: I'll go for it too, we just won't tell Sven we did it
CucamongaDan: sounds good to me
crabmonster: 1980 one first
Number13: ready for countdown
Number13: starting at 0:00
CucamongaDan: ready
crabmonster: count Dan
CucamongaDan: Jack Palance!
Number13: Martin Landau!

FCF: Heritage
FCF: Tarah Nutter? who is that
Number13: (sven is jealous)
FCF: Neville Brand!
crabmonster: Storch!
FCF: I hope Neville ain't creepy like in The Mad Bomber
crabmonster: no
gninruBiS: Is that the countdown to the Cannon snack picture?
Number13: Without Warning (1980)
Number13: sven could easily play this tonight instead
FCF: true, its not Universal
FCF: I don't expect to see any NYC skyline shots in this movie
FCF: is that Cameron Mitchell as dad?
crabmonster: yes
FCF: this movie must have brought all the old time guys in for a reunion
CucamongaDan: wow it zontared em
FCF: Cameron! your part is done already
Burma Shave: what is this terrible movie about, I don't know?
crabmonster: alien
Number13: who wears short shorts?
FCF: two bad reviews in a row! I think Burma is really Gene Siskel!
Number13: burma is hard to please
FCF: bob cat
Number13: sven really tried to impress burma with Ants again

CucamongaDan: is there still the rondo for, film most in need of restoration?
Number13: oh yeah I didn't vote yet
Number13: what would you say needs restoration, dan?
CucamongaDan: Astounding She monster
Buck : thumbs up
Number13: sounds like a winner

Next time...GODZILLA VS MONSTER ZERO (1965).
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March 31st, 2018, 1:30 pm #2527

Tonight's movie is GODZILLA VS MONSTER ZERO (1965) with Nick Adams, Akira Takarada, Jun Tazaki and Akira Kubo. Sven last showed it on May 20, 2017.

MeTV lineup for Saturday March 31, 2018

THE WILD, WILD WEST
"The Night of the Pistoleros"
Edward Binns, Robert Pine, Henry Wilcoxon, Perry Lopez.

WONDER WOMAN
"The Boy Who Knew Her Secret, part 2"
Michael Shannon, John Milford, Tegan West, Lenora May, Bert Remsen.

SVENGOOLIE
GODZILLA VS MONSTER ZERO (1965)

BATMAN
"The Penguin Declines"
Cesar Romero is The Joker and Burgess Meredith is The Penguin. With Terry Moore. Continued from last week.

BATMAN
"Enter Batgirl, Exit Penguin"
Burgess Meredith is The Penguin.
The first appearance of Barbara Gordon, aka Batgirl, played by Yvonne Craig.

STAR TREK
"The Omega Glory"
Morgan Woodward, Roy Jenson, Irene Kelly, Morgan Farley.

BATTLESTAR: GALACTICA
"The Magnificent Warriors"
Barry Nelson, Eric Server, Brett Somers, Rance Howard, Olan Soule, Dennis Fimple.

KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER
"Primal Scream"
John Marley, Pat Harrington, Katharine Woodville, Jamie Farr, Barbara Rhoades.

LOST IN SPACE
"My Friend, Mr Nobody"

VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA
"Submarine Sunk Here"
Carl Reindel, Eddie Ryder, Robert Doyle, Wright King, George Lindsey.

LAND OF THE GIANTS
"The Lost Ones"
Zalman King, Tommy Webb, Jack Chaplain, Lee Jay Lambert.

SWAMP THING
"Dark Side of the Mirror"
Jordan Williams, Danny Hanemann, Steve Zurk, John Hoye.

SWAMP THING
"Silent Screams"
Catherine Hader, Elizabeth Fendrick, Roger Pretto, Michael Champlin.
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March 31st, 2018, 7:44 pm #2528

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April 8th, 2018, 12:56 am #2529












- GJS
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April 8th, 2018, 3:26 am #2530

I didn't get the schedule up today, but am glad to see the great pics from tonight's Sven flick, DINOSAURUS (1960). Thanks, Batman!
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April 8th, 2018, 12:27 pm #2531

I only on Saturday afternoon discovered that I'm getting ME-TV now via satellite, the eastern time zone sked, and watched the excellent DINOSAURUS! in chat. First time I've chatted a chat since last fall, I think.

Great fun.

If other details of my life swing back to former status I hope to chat more regularly again but maybe only the early Sven.
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April 13th, 2018, 10:42 am #2532





- GJS
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April 13th, 2018, 1:07 pm #2533

I just the clips on DINOSAURUS! and two elements stood to me:  the animation was better than I remembered, not Obie or Harrysausen good, but better than average for a B movie.  Seems the T-Rex kills the bronto but I thought the bronto sank to the bottom in quicksand.  Was that another movie?
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April 13th, 2018, 3:19 pm #2534

Quicksand Pit was indeed Bronto's final demise. Kind of a bit part for it in this movie- it had a larger role in Beast of Hollow Mountain. Relic dinosaurs must need similar conditions  as quicksand pits.
Come one, come all, come check out the New Blind Hermit's Hut and Lounge . (The password is cucacuca3 ).    The new home for CHFB movie chats! Open 24/7  for CHFB members' conversations and random comment leaving.
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April 13th, 2018, 4:57 pm #2535

blufeld:
Seems the T-Rex kills the bronto but I thought the bronto sank to the bottom in quicksand.  Was that another movie?

Yeah...  The T-Rex attacks the Bronto and leaves it for dead but, the big guy manages to get up again only to find it's way to the quicksand

- GJS
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April 14th, 2018, 12:37 pm #2536

The Batman of Gotham wrote:
blufeld:
Seems the T-Rex kills the bronto but I thought the bronto sank to the bottom in quicksand.  Was that another movie?

Yeah...  The T-Rex attacks the Bronto and leaves it for dead but, the big guy manages to get up again only to find it's way to the quicksand

- GJS
I remember that now.  Thanks Batman, and Dan.
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April 21st, 2018, 3:18 pm #2537

Tonight's movie is HAVE ROCKET, WILL TRAVEL (1959) with Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Curly Joe DeRita, Jerome Cowan, Anna Lisa, Bob Colbert and Don Lamond.

MeTV lineup for Saturday April 21, 2018

THE WILD, WILD WEST
"The Night of the Torture Chamber"
Alfred Ryder, Henry Beckman, Viviane Ventura, H.M. Wynant.

WONDER WOMAN
"Phantom of the Roller Coaster, part 2"
Jared Martin, Marc Alaimo, Ike Eisenmann, Fred Lerner, Joseph Sirola.
The final episode of the series.

SVENGOOLIE
HAVE ROCKET, WILL TRAVEL (1959)

BATMAN
"Penguin's Disastrous End"
Burgess Meredith is The Penguin and Carolyn Jones is Marsha, Queen of Diamonds. With Estelle Winwood.

BATMAN
"Ring Around the Riddler"
Frank Gorshin is The Riddler and Joan Collins is The Siren. With Peggy Ann Garner.

STAR TREK
"Assignment: Earth"
Robert Lansing, Terri Garr, Don Keefer, Morgan Jones.

BATTLESTAR: GALACTICA
"The Living Legend, part 2"
Lloyd Bridges, Jack Stauffer, Rod Haase.

KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER
"Demon in Lace"
Keenan Wynn, Jackie Vernon, Kristina Holland, Carolyn Jones, Andrew Prine.

LOST IN SPACE
"The Sky is Falling"
Don Matheson, Francoise Ruggieri.

VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA
"The Blizzard Makers"
Werner Klemperer, Milton Selzer, Sheila Mathews, William Boyett.

LAND OF THE GIANTS
"On a Clear Night You Can See Earth"
Michael Ansara.
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Wouldn't have been my first choice but, as it turns out, it's not a bad little movie...  for the 3 Stooges.

- GJS
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