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“Ben Casey” is a CBS MOD release.
Mine were supposed to come today but Amazon changed it to tomorrow.
My Ben Casey DVD’s were due to arrive today from Amazon but an email this morning says they’ve encountered a delay in shipping! I checked Deep...
The show's final season was in color and looked great.
It was American International Television.
Interestingly enough I noticed that the first season episodes do have a proper copyright notice but the year designation went away after that.
This thread was started by and for people who are fans of the program and want to be able to own episodes for repeated viewing at home. If you...
Next week watch for season one of “Our Miss Brooks” also from CBS MOD.
Official season one of “Ben Casey” from CBS MOD is up on Amazon in two volumes. I just ordered.
I will save this to read leisurely this afternoon. Looking forward to it.
But knowing Warner, would they have “promoted” one of their own defunct PI shows?
The transfers in that Checkmate set leave a lot to be desired. Better than nothing I guess.
The episodes showing the cigarette packs are the original network versions. That music is “On the Trail” from the Grand Canyon Suite. That music...
Great review and clips. I know you know it’s John Newland not Paul.
I just finished watching the whole season two set. Wish there was a season three.
I hope you’re right about the series being released under license which would mean CBS did the transfers as they did for season one. I refused to...
Happy to oblige. It’s “Scene of the Crime” which is the first episode of season 2 featuring a major unbilled cameo at the end. I also happen to...
There is an episode of “The Thin Man” TV series included as a bonus on the new Warner Blu-ray release of “The Thin Man” movie.
Don McNeils Breakfast Club with a live radio audience survived into the 60s as well. If you listen to Radio Classics on SiriusXM you will find...
Expect an MOD from CBS in the near future.
“Mr and Mrs. Smith” is a screwball comedy that was a common type of movie during that time. It’s certainly not typical Hitchcock but it’s well...
One of episodes filmed when Edd Byrnes was on strike (or as they called it “vacation”).
Excellent—and of course you meant Billie Burke.
My Amazon order says delivery October 31 by 8pm.
Great review. Keep em coming. Since Myrna sadly died so young I think it’s safe to say she was always a looker.
I had no sound issues with “Oklahoma.”