Clyde’s Classic Holiday TV: Hazel (1961-1966) Season 1 Episode 9: Everybody’s Thankful But Us Turkeys

From Wikipedia: Hazel is a competent, take-charge, live-in maid in the home of the Baxter family. George Baxter (Don DeFore) is a partner in the law firm of Butterworth, Hatch, Noll and Baxter; Hazel calls him “Mr. B”. George’s wife, Dorothy (Whitney Blake), is an interior decorator, whom Hazel nicknames “Missy”. Their son Harold (Bobby […]

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Clyde’s Movie Palace: Two on a Guillotine (1965)

I know that when Two on a Guillotine was released, they had some scary ads on television to entice young impressionable minds to head to the local cinema and get the crap scared out of them.  Afterwards you could go home, hide under the blankets, and have nightmares for the rest of your adolescent and […]

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FROM THE REFURBISHED SECTION OF CLYDE’S MOVIE PALACE: WHERE THE BOYS ARE (1960)

For fifty weeks of the year, Fort Lauderdale, Florida is a small corner of tropical heaven, basking contentedly in the warm sun. During the other two weeks, as colleges all over the country discharge their students for Easter vacation, a change comes over the scene. The students swarm to these peaceful shores in droves, twenty […]

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THE THINGS I WATCH: HERE COME THE BRIDES: SEASON ONE-EPISODE ONE

Here Come The Brides (1968-1970)Season One-Episode One:Here Come The BridesCast:Robert Brown as Jason BoltDavid Soul as Joshua BoltBobby Sherman as Jeremy BoltMark Lenard as Aaron StempelBridget Hanley as Candy PruittJoan Blondell as Lottie HatfieldHenry Beckman as Captain ClancySusan Tolsky as BiddieBo Svenson as Big SwedeMitzi Hoag as Miss EssieDirected by E.W. SwackhamerMusic byHugo Montenegro I […]

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The Things I Watch: Classic Television-Ben Casey

Ben Casey Season 1 Episode 2But Linda Only Smiled Unlike the Doctor shows of present day where you get an overabundance of shenanigans from a cast of what seems like hundreds, back in the olden days you had one major character and two to four supporting cast members to move things along. Just because it’s […]

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The Things I Watch: Classic Television-Hank (1965-1966)

Hank was a one season wonder that ran for 26 episodes.  But don’t take that as a failure.  If Hank was around today, 26 episodes could be 2 or 3 seasons on Netflix or some other streaming service.  It’s all how you look at things. I’m sometimes amazed at what classic TV series gets released […]

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