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  1. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Who is this Ken Levine guy? He sounds like a complete dipshit. What a load of crock. I get really tired of modern critics throwing older shows under the bus, with little research, understanding or perspective. Did this dork actually sit down and watch any Route 66 episodes? Does he have any clue...
  2. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Yes, thank you, Neal, for those comparison shots. I'm sure it was a highly time-consuming task. It's quite obvious considering those examples that the Roxbury/Infinity sets have better, certainly brighter, picture quality. Guess I'll be hanging on to those sets, then. ;)
  3. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Great stuff on a great episode, Neal...thanks for sharing all those behind-the-scenes photos, as well as screencaps!
  4. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Yes, terrific photo essay of this fine Glenn Corbett episode, Neal! And Randall, you don't post often (at least, not nearly enough for my liking! ;) ) - but when you do, boy do you deliver! Thank you for another fascinating and perceptive write-up...you raised several intriguing points about...
  5. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Mmmm...Anne Helm.
  6. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    I like Glenn Corbett generally, and think he does a solid job as Linc Case in Route 66...but he's not the emotive livewire that George Maharis was. He's too much like a stoic version of Tod Stiles, so that perfectly-balanced ying-yang that Maharis and Milner had is mostly gone by the end of S3...
  7. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Watched this excellent episode a couple of years ago. I'm sure I'm not alone in thinking Linc is a clueless dork, ignoring the gorgeous Susan Oliver like he does here. Nice work, Neal!
  8. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Vera Miles and Brenda Scott!?! Yowsa! Moving this one way up on my "need to watch" list... Enjoyed the photo essays, Neal!
  9. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Oh, we have, Neal. I've revewed several episodes in the past in that thread...and I believe Randall has as well. In fact, he might just have some nice screencaps saved up and ready to roll (hint hint, Randall. ;) )
  10. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    I've been meaning to get back to watching my DVDs of The Lieutenant...Laura Devon is as good a reason as any. Gary Lockwood got to work with - and often mack on - some first-class babes on that show, including Leslie Parrish, Anne Helm, Linda Evans, Ina Balin, Pilar Seurat, Sherry Jackson...
  11. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Great post with wonderful screencaps of the gorgeous Laura Devon, Randall! And hey, Neal...did you notice? Ms. Devon's mole/beauty mark is back (last seen in The Fugitive episode "The Chinese Sunset.") Waiting with baited breath for your dedicated Alfred Hitchcock Hour thread, Randall!
  12. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Thanks for finding and posting this interesting father-and-son Route 66 road trip video, Neal! It's well done and full of some cool nostalgic sightseeing spots. Wouldn't mind doing a similar trip one of these days...
  13. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    I wouldn't be too angry about that, Neal...The Badlanders is a rock solid western with a great cast. Watch and enjoy! :) Very glad to hear that you're mother is doing much better! And thanks for the photo essay on "Goodnight, Sweet Blues"...looks like quite a good episode.
  14. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Isn't Joe Silver the guy who plays Max, the owner of the bar/deli/whatever the place is that Steve Alden works at for a brief time, and then hangs out subsequently nearly every episode? I like that guy, too.
  15. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    I agree with you completely about the Irwin Allen shows, Neal...just surprised to see you lump the very somber and comparatively grounded The Invaders in there among them. Ha! Yes, no shortage of kookamunga cuties and batshit crazy broads on Route 66 (and, to a certain extent, The Fugitive)...
  16. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Great stuff, Neal! Though I can't really relate to your take on The Invaders...guess it all boils down to, there's thems that likes sci-fi and thems that don't (sic). Laura Devon does indeed look totally gorgeous in that Coronet Blue episode. I made it about halfway through "Where You Been and...
  17. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    What a sad, sordid story. Yet another starlet in Hollywood who came to a tragic end.
  18. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Great caps, Neal! I love me some Stoney Burke, though I have not yet viewed this particular episode. I'm glad to see that you have adopted my "Babe-o supreme" rating system. ;) Ms. Devon does indeed rank highly on it. Despite her undeniable beauty and charm, I've had difficulty making it...
  19. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    The only HTFer I know who sometimes checked out my blog is good ol' Peter M. Fitzgerald...but I believe he was already a member here. ;)
  20. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Aw, shucks, Neal...nowadays, this forum has replaced my old defunct blog as a creative outlet. But I do thank you for the kind words!
  21. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Oh, yes...Laura Devon was a babe-o supreme, a real stunner! Her last acting role seems to be in an episode of Coronet Blue ("Where You From and What You Done?"), where she plays a real messed-up chick (her character would fit right in with some of the more basket case babes on Route 66). Here's...
  22. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    "The sweater looks just fine in black-and-white, Marty."
  23. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Thanks for the response, Neal, and the further info on the use of flashbacks in other episodes of Route 66. I don't mind flashbacks necessarily, if used properly. I was just a bit taken aback by their use in "Ever Ride the Waves in Oklahoma?", as pretty much every episode of Route 66 I can...
  24. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Thank you for the comments, Randall! I know this episode is a particular favorite of yours (coincidentally, "Ever Ride the Waves in Oklahoma?" aired on October 12, 1962...I was born five years later on the exact same day). I found it quite impressive overall, if a bit different in format in some...
  25. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Happy birthday, Mr. Maharis! Just watched the episode "Ever Ride the Waves in Oklahoma?" earlier today, without even realizing it...an accidental tribute!
  26. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Sorry to correct you, Neal, but Shout! actually did the right thing for fans (like myself) who had bought the previous three seasons through Roxbury/Infinity, and released a separate Route 66 S4 DVD set back in 2013. It's available via Amazon here.
  27. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Wow, those are some razor sharp screencaps for "Between Hello and Goodbye," Neal! Susan Oliver at her most glamorous (and, conversely, least glamorous) :)
  28. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Sorry that you're not feeling so well, Randall...but thank you for taking the time to post this cool photo! I remember very much enjoying this episode, especially the boat racing aspect of it. Feel better soon, and we look forward to more of your great posts! Meanwhile, I'm sure Neal hold down...
  29. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Paging Randall...Zita Bethune alert! Great screencaps per usual, Neal!
  30. Jeff Flugel

    Route 66

    Fascinating array of Route 66 goodies there, Randall - thanks for taking the time to assemble them together into a post!
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