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What did you watch this week in classic TV on DVD(or Blu)?

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    RAWHIDE SEASON 6

    Episode #17

    “Incident of the Dowery Dundee”
    written by Samuel Roeca
    story by Samuel Roeca and Joy Dexter
    directed by Ted Hang’Em High Post
    guests: Hazel Court, Lyle Bettger

    It’s a colorful marital drama with a runaway pregnant wife that starts out as a duo adventure in which Yates and Quince fail to be killed by a bull while meeting a Scottish lady named Kathleen Dundee on exile with her four bulls and asks to join the cattle drive. Favor can’t stand the situation and orders Yates to manage the four wild bulls: first he is forced to wash the leading bull. After a Japanese lady in “Incident of the Geisha”, find a Scottish lady. Footages from that long hair bull comes from “Incident of El Toro”.
     
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    RAWHIDE SEASON 6

    Episode #18

    “Incident of Gila Flats”
    written by Paul King and Samuel Roeca
    story by Samuel Roeca
    directed by Thomas Carr
    guests: Gene Evans, Leslie Wales, Harry Lauter, Rodolfo Acosta, Edward Faulkner, Med Flory, L.Q. Jones, Mike Ragan

    It’s a blue coat adventure in which Favor, Quince and Wishbone escort the army to deliver 200 head of cattle to an Apache leader named Nantanta at Gila Flats, through a desertic region against all odds, especially from Apache renegade and gang leader Del Latigo (actor Rodolfo Acosta) who kills the CO, Major Blaine (actor Harry Lauter). Later on, the outfit recovers a wounded Apache woman named Lalota (actress Leslie Wales). Rowdy Yates is absent. The start of Act 1 reminds the one from the season premiere “Incident of the Red Wind”: one man going down the desert hill. As in “Incident of Iron Bull”, find a bitter soldier with a grudge: Sgt. Pike played by Gene Evans—that particular aspect reminds John Ford’s The Searchers. The majority of the guest actors return from this season and previous ones and now playing blue soldiers aka yellowlegs (Gene Evans, Harry Lauter, Med Flory, L.Q. Jones).

    Recommended!
     
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    RAWHIDE SEASON 6

    Episode #19

    “Incident of the Pied Piper”
    written by Albert Aley and Samuel Roeca
    story by Albert Aley
    directed by Harry Harris
    guests: Eddie Bracken, Everett Sloane, Arch Johnson, Duane Grey

    It’s an orphanage story. A tornado messes up with the herd of Mr. Favor and spreads them near an orphanage and its director sells 100 strays to a devious banker in town who sell them to a crook. Favor helped by Yates do his best to get them back in time and sends Wishbone and Mushy to con the banker at the orphanage. Actor Eddie Bracken returns from the season 5 “Incident of the Clown” and Everett Sloane from “Incident at Sugar Creek” and Arch Johnson from the season 6 “Incident at Paradise”—Johnson appears five times on the series.
     
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    RAWHIDE SEASON 6

    Episode #20

    “Incident of The Swindler”
    written by John Hawkins and Jack Turley
    story by Jack Turley
    directed by Thomas Carr
    guests: John Dehner, Sally Forrest, Peter Leeds, Richard Reeves, William Fawcett

    At night and with iron cuffs, escapee Straw Coleman arrives at the camp of Gil Favor and is caught up while stealing a horse. Wishbone recognizes the man who reminds him his trouble past in New Orleans and tells him he is wanted by the law for murder charge. Wishbone is compeled to escape from the camp by threatening drovers, steals two horses and two winchesters and runs with his former friend. Coleman orders Wishbone to free him from his bonds and knocks out a farmer for his blacksmith tools. Coleman threatens Wishbone with his gun. The day after, both men stop their horses at Caribou Stage Station to meet again a so-called dead woman! Wishbone has a shock and a revelation. Favor and Mushy follow the trail of both men. Yates is absent.

    It’s a solo Wishbone drama in which he betrays his outfit to avoid the law. The writer inserts a flashback depicting Wishbone as a young man in love with a dancer that dies in his arms and fooled by a con man. It’s also a big store modus operandi. It’s the companion piece to “Incident of the Travellin’ Man” with another chained man. The great John Dehner playing con man Straw Coleman returns from the great season 5 “Incident of the Four Horsemen” and the good “Incident of Judgment Day”. Features stock music from Leonard Rosenman’s Twilight Zone score for “And When the Sky Was Opened”.

    Really recommended!
     
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    I have had the WAC releases of SEARCH and the pilot PROBE for a few years, now, and have finally been in the mood to watch. 1000205360_09c1324c-7d95-4d84-b2ad-218a858862d0_1024x1024. 1000479775_d41c9c30-0939-4774-81a5-68640a6f51d3_1024x1024.

    It's kind of a higher tech, for 1972, MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. I've watched the pilot and six episodes so far. In some ways, it is a by the numbers adventure show, but I am enjoying it, for the cast and guests, and the action, music and photography is very good. The backlot and California locations, doubling for all over the world, are photographed in a very fresh way, with lots of set decoration and interesting angles. Dominic Frontiere did the music and it is fun to hear slightly different arrangements of the chase music from THE IMMORTAL and bits of THE RAT PATROL.
    obrienmaplarge1.
    Search in TV Guide, Sept 9, 1972.
    searchbanner.
    search_tv_series-115864043-large.

    The pilot, (spinning gemstone), and the episodes, (Search logo), have all the commercial break bumpers going to and coming back.
    SEARCH.logo.
    search%20tv%20ad.
     
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    It's more than that. It's The Man from U.N.C.L.E. combined with The Name of the Game (see the same rotating leads leaning).
     
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    Stoney Burke
    Child Of Luxury (1.3) Ina Balin, Eduard Franz, Judson Laire. Spoiled rich girl upset she didn't get her way tries to use Daddy to force Stoney to see her. Very interesting to see a character hold onto his principles as Stoney does (prior committments must be honored!)
    Point Of Honor (1.4) Scott Marlowe, Patricia Breslin, Ben Johnson, Ian Wolfe, Harry Dean Stanton. Spoiled southern aristocrats son who embezzled from his father now trying to use his family name to redeem himself. Downer of an ending. Excellent episode.
    The Mob Riders (1.5) Michael Parks, Gene Lyons, Curt Conway, Ford Rainey, Barry Russo, Denise Alexander, Bill Gunn. Misunderstood drag racing teens. Stoney and Co. hired to change a drag racing track into a rodeo before they learned of the towns phobias. Allegiances change.
    A Matter Of Pride (1.6) Ben Piazza, William Windom, Conrad Janis, Virginia Christine. The rodeo is prominent in this one. An aging rider wants to save his family from embarrassment and gets himself killed. The family is too proud to ask for help or accept it when offered. William Windom thouroughly convinces as a slimy businessman always looking out for number 1.
    Sidewinder (1.7) David White, Gail Kobe, Strother Martin, Bill Hart. Another episode focusing on the rodeo and its inherent dangers utilized by an unscrupulous man. A murder mystery at heart with Stoney as the defendant. Unique reenactment of the crime to end this one.

    Once again I must chime in on the excellent episodes I viewed here. I have now seen the first 7 and can really find no fault with them. What a great series.

    The High Chapparal - Season 1
    A Hanging Offense (1.11) Denver Pyle, Alan Bergman, Ken Drake, Paul Fix (as Cochise??? no less). Blue being honorable defends an Indian woman who is being attacked by a Cavalry officer. During the encounter, the officer is killed and Blue is given a military trial since the officer who was killed is the General's son. John defends Blue.
    The Price of Revenge (1.12) Ralph Meeker, Geraldine Brooks. Blue almost has his horse stolen from a very tired/sick man. Turns out this man is an old friend of Buck's. After being nursed back to health, Tracy accepts a job from a wealthy woman who lost her husband and homestead due to actions by Senor Montoya. She is out to destroy the Cannons any way she can and tracy's prowess with a gun is her weapon of choice.

    Gunsmoke - Season 4
    Love of a Good Woman (1.20) Kevin Hagen, Jacqueline Scott. A wrongly imprisoned man comes to Dodge looking for Matt, he falls ill and recuperates with a personal nurse.
    Jayhawkers (1.21) Jack Elam, Ken Curtis, Lane Bradford. Matt is asked to visit a trail boss. Upon his arrival, he finds he is needed to be an example to Texans that all Kansans are not evil Jayhawkers. Matt and Chester solve the problem and gain respect from the cattlemen.
    Kitty's Rebellion (1.22) Barry McGuire, Addison Powell, Richard Rust, Ben Wright. An old acquaintance from New Orleans looks up Kitty and is shocked when he learns what her occupation is. True to his upbringing he tries to defend Kitty's honor until she spells out who she presently is. Strong acting from Amanda Blake in this one. Kitty finally faces up to what she is and is a bit sadder due to her realization.
    Sky (1.23) Allen Case, Linda Watkins, Roy Barcroft, Olive Blakeny. An accused man runs from town and creates havoc for others and himself.
    Doc Quits (1.24) Wendell Holmes, Bartlett Robinson. Doc takes a death pretty hard and cuts back on his patients when a new doctor moves in. The new Doc begins siphoning off patients with is approach. All goes wrong when the new doctor causes a death with his "medicine show" tactics.
    The Bear (1.25) Denver Pyle, Norma Crane, Grant Williams, Russell Johnson. Chester getting drunk, and Denver Pyle as the bridegroom who will only take so much come together to make a memorable episode.
    The Coward (1.26) Barry Atwater, House Peters, Jr. A gambler who is angry about a prior confrontation with Matt seeks revenge in a dishonorable way. He spreads rumors about Matt in order to entice others to challenge the Marshal.
     
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    So I'm about halfway through S3 of The Incredible Hulk on Hulu. The strangest thing has happened, and not David turning into the Hulk! I have suddenly ran into HD versions of the show that is like daylight and dark. Yes, this show deserves to be on blu-ray.

    A Facebook friend clued me in to a short-lived show on YouTube, Nashville 99. It is from 1977 and only went 4 episodes, 2 of which are on YouTube. They appear to be sourced from 16mm prints. Claude Akins plays an honest Nashville detective whose sidekicks are played by Jerry Reed and Charley Pride. Chet Atkins makes a guest appearance on one episode and Ray Stevens on the other. I'm sure it has no hope of a DVD release-the music clearance alone would be a nightmare! The 2 episodes I watched are fun. Akins pretty well plays his role straight while Reed offers a bit of comedy. It's a shame this one didn't go past 4 episodes.

    I watched Mr. Ed off and on Sunday. I couldn't tell you which episode it was, although I could look it up if I weren't so lazy, but a pre-Beverly Hillbillies Donna Douglas makes a guest appearance as a model. I was completely caught off guard as she did not remotely sound like the Donna Douglas I've been accustomed to all of these years as Ellie Mae Clampett. My mother watched it with me, and she is usually spot on picking up who's who. Her reaction was "that girl favors Donna Douglas." That IS Donna Douglas!

    Family Matters came up as a suggestion to watch on Hulu as well. I sampled a few episodes from 1995, the year I would've quit watching since I got married and moved with no cable or antenna. I'm a huge TGIF fan, so please don't get me wrong. It went completely off the rail by that season! Jaleel White doing triple duty as Steve Urkel, Stefan, and in drag as a cousin. Why didn't they just have him go to Gilligan's Island and rescue the castaways while he was at it? :laugh::laugh::laugh:
     
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    "Point of Honor" and "Sidewinder" were amongst the very best, imo. Composer Dominic Frontiere did an excellent job.


    Dominic Frontiere - Sutton Meade (1962) (from “Child of Luxury")
    Used on The Fugitive.



    Dominic Frontiere - Soames Hewitt (1962) (from "Point of Honor")
    Used on The Outer Limits and The Rat Patrol.




    Dominic Frontiere - Lee Anne Hewitt (1962) (from "Point of Honor")
    Used on The Fugitive.

     
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    @JohnHopper I have been meaning to tell you how absolutely impressed I am by your knowledge of the various musical cues!
     
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    RAWHIDE SEASON 6

    Episode #21

    “Incident of the Wanderer”
    written by Carey Wilber
    directed by Christian Nyby
    music by Leon Klatzkin
    guests: Nehemiah Persoff, Gregory Walcott

    It’s a spooky stranger stopping at the cattle drive narrative. A mysterious peddler named Michob pops-up from nowhere during a violent storm and wishes to stop at Sloan’s Crossing to save the life of a hardened criminal from hanging. A new drover named Hunt complains about the stranger that he defines as a jinx and Wishbone mention the legend of the wanderer to some men which triggers bad luck: the broken wheel of the chuck wagon, the poisoned river, the burnt hands of Wishbone, Wishbone’s loss of confidence, the mad violence of Hunt against Michob, Hunt’s fatal cow accident. Actor Nehemiah Persoff returns from the season 5 “Incident of White Eyes” and Gregory Walcott from the season 5 “Incident of the Gallows Tree”.

    For the friends of the unusual!
     
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    I've been watching Thriller (1960) with Boris Karloff for the first time. It's good... well produced, written, and acted, but there's not as much "horror" as I was expecting. I've watched the first 20 episodes and most of the stories so far are more murder mystery or crime/noir type affairs. They remind me quite a bit of Alfred Hitchcock Presents, another I thought was more horror (based solely on a handful of episodes I managed to watch as a young kid during the original airings) but was more murder/mystery/noir - at least the first season of two (I've only seen S2 in its entirety so far). In a way I'm a bit disappointed as I was expecting more of a horror flair/feel, but the episodes are so well done it's hard to not enjoy them!

    And the guest stars! Leslie Nielsen, Roy Montgomery, Constance Ford, Frank Overton, Mary Astor, Rip Torn, Richard Anderson, Alan Napier, Ray Teal, Patricia Berry, Jack Weston, Henry Daniell, Harry Townes, Murray Matheson, Sam Edwards, Billy Barty, Vaughn Taylor, Susan Oliver, Robert Middleton, Nehemiah Persoff, Kevin Hagan, Beverly Garland, Warren Oates, Jack Carson, William Shatner, Donna Douglas, J. Pat O'Malley, and more. And that's just the first 20 episodes.
     
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    That's why I opted for the Thriller: Fan Favorites 10 episode set instead of the complete series...all supernatural horror episodes. Ten episodes is not enough to cover ALL of the horror-themed Thriller episodes, so there are some well-regarded stories that aren't on the "Fan Favorites" set. Wish they'd put another similar 10-ep set out, but it's highly unlikely at this point.
     
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    Well, our house move is now complete (what a hassle!) and I can once again carve out some time for classic TV watching. Here's the pathetically small list of what I have been able to view over the past 2 weeks or so.

    The Beverly Hillbillies - 4.2 "That Old Black Magic"
    I wanted to watch a color episode, and this one fit the bill as having a vague Halloween feel. Basically, Granny becomes convinced that Mrs. Drysdale has been turned into a crow. This is the first color episode of this series that I can recall watching, and the show seems even broader than it does in the black and white first season. I thought this ep started a bit slow but became much funnier in the second half, esp. when Jed misinterprets the vet's instructions and subjects Mrs.Drysdale to all manner of indignities. Very very silly, but funny, which is what counts.

    The Hardy Boys / Nancy Drew Mysteries
    2.1 and 2.2 "The Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew Meet Dracula"
    Frank and Joe head to Europe to search for their father when he goes missing while on the trail of an international art thief. They meet cute with Nancy Drew and all end up at a rock show being filmed at Dracula's castle in Transylvania. An at times campy, but at many others, surprisingly atmospheric adventure. Lorne Greene and Paul Williams (doing a nicely sardonic turn as a rock star) are welcome presences. A melange of fun and spooky mystery elements, cringe-worthy Shaun Cassidy singing and gorgeous Pamela Sue Martin ogling...needless to say, I enjoyed this 2-parter a heck of a lot.

    Red Dwarf
    6.1 "Psirens"
    6.3 "Gunmen of the apocalypse"
    My go-to TV comfort food in the midst of all the moving house turmoil. Great sci-fi concepts + hilarious one liners and comic situations = a grand viewing experience.

    Jonny Quest
    1.3 "The Curse of Anubis"
    1.25 "Monster in the Monastery"
    I was so fricking tired from packing, moving, and cleaning our old place that watching a few cartoons before I trundled off to bed was about the best I could manage. "Anubis" is an early ep and thus features slightly less refined character artwork and a different actor voicing Dr. Quest. The effect is slightly jarring but this is still good episode of the show and, bonus points - there's a mummy! "Monastery" comes at the tail end of the original series' run and finds the show firing on all cylinders as fake yetis terrorize a Nepalese village. Dr. Quest and Race are uncharacteristically peripheral to the action this time out. Jonny straight up kills two bad guys, Hadji dispatches another...and a real yeti takes out the rest. A shout out to the great music featured in this series.

    Scooby Doo, Where Are You - 1.11 "A Gaggle of Galloping Ghosts"
    We get 3 different monsters (plus a gypsy hag) for the price of one here: Dracula, Frankenstein's monster and the Wolfman. An unlikely solution to the mystery, per usual, but a fun runaround in a spooky castle.
     
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    My Best Thriller List
    1. The Premature Burial
    2. The Incredible Dr. Markesan
    3. The Remarkable Mrs. Hawk
    4. Waxworks
    5. What Beckoning Ghost?
    6. Guillotine
    7. The Purple Room
    8. The Cheaters
    9. The Hungry Glass
    10. The Grim Reaper
    11. The Prisoner in the Mirror
    12. Pigeons from Hell
    13. The Poisoner
    14. The Terror in Teakwood
    15. The Ordeal of Dr. Cordell
    16. The Devil's Ticket
    17. A Third for Pinochle
    18. The Return of Andrew Bentley
    19. La Strega
    20. Cousin Tundifer
    21. A Good Imagination
    22. Mr. George
    23. Trio for Terror
    24. Dark Legacy
    25. The Prediction
     
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    RAWHIDE SEASON 6

    Episode #22

    “Incident at Zebulon”
    written by Dean Riesner
    directed by Christian Nyby
    guests: Robert Cornthwaite, Patricia Huston, John Lupton, Ron Foster, Kelly Thordsen, Herbert Patterson

    During a night stampede, a band of black masked riders called The Regulators stop at the camp of Gil Favor to kidnap a new drover named John Larkin (actor Ron Foster), accused of murdering a young woman. Favor rides to the town of Zebulon to witness the militia’s trial in front of the entire population. Refusing to let hang his drover, Favor ends up whipped on a wheel and sent back to his camp and defined as trash. The day after, wounded Favor rushes to the town of Zebulon to investigate and to unmask the militia leader known as the Major and force the drunk and resigned deputy-sheriff to react and enforce the law. During the process of the investigation, Wishbone decides to go to town and ends up severely injured by one regulator as a warning to Favor. Rowdy Yates is absent.

    It’s a tense trial episode with irregular forces—dressed as medieval hangmen—doing expeditious justice and Favor is on a personal mission. The subsequent tackled theme is people justice opposed to government justice. In “The Night of the Legion of Death” (season 3) from The Wild Wild West, the writer exploits the same theme of an abusive alternate power that goes out of control.

    Amongst the best of this season.
     
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    Highway Patrol
    Season 3 Ep.1 - Hypno Bandit
    Season 3 Ep.2 - Efficiency Secretary

    Wanted: Dead Or Alive
    Season 1 Ep.6 - The Giveaway Gun
    Season 1 Ep.7 - Ransom For A Nun

    Enjoyed all four of these episodes with "Ransom For A Nun" Being my favorite. It is a rather light hearted episode for this series.

    The half hour drama format really makes them tighten things up. No time for any unessential stuff. All thriller and no filler I guess.
     
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    Cuts out all the boring exposition and cuts right to the chase, I take it?
     
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    Exactly. Not much setup involved. Someone walks into the saloon and says "You've gotta go catch this guy" and they do.
     
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    Great list...and shows that we really needed a Top 25 Fan Favorites DVD set rather than the 10-episode one we got.
     
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