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Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Frank Soyke, Mar 7, 2011.
Funny as hell.
My son, very intelligent is the same way. I feel sorry for him.
The rage on bone marrow is mystifying.
On of my favorite BSB'S. Hilarious take on it.
Edd Byrnes and Connie Stevens performing on Dick Clark's American Bandstand, 1959...
I can understand how there's a system to find out what shows people are watching, but how do they measure the age of the people watching them? How does that work?
Great clip. Actually it’s from Dick’s Saturday night Beechnut show that was on ABC from New York.
For Edd Byrnes fans, Amazon Prime has his 1957 film REFORM SCHOOL GIRL available to watch free for Prime members. It's also available on Shout Factory TV. It's a typical American-International JD flick but it's better than most. Here's the link to the trailer on YouTube …..
Amazon and Shout has a number of these late '50s AIP flicks available. Titles like DRAGSTRIP GIRL, MOTORCYCLE GANG, RUNAWAY DAUGHTERS, ROCK ALL NIGHT and others.
Ah-Ha. Fooled me. I stand corrected.
There are at least 2 CDs of Dorothy Provine singing the songs from "The Roaring Twenties".
Any chance they'll get DVD or Blu Ray releases?
I asked Shout Factory about this on Twitter and they said "No" at the present time. The rep said they were only able to get the digital rights...no physical release rights. Shout is releasing three of the AIP horror/sci-fi films however. Coming in the next few months are THE SPIDER, HOW TO MAKE A MONSTER and THE DAY THE WORLD ENDED.
Davy Crockett's Almanack has dropped another 77 Sunset Strip comic adventure.
Shucks, I'd watch this just because of the trailer graphics. Apparently there's even more reasons to watch:
Theatrical Trailer for “Girl on the Run”
Thank you for the update.