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Lou Lumenick
Freelance film writer, editor, consultant, programmer, historian
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Lou Lumenick 6h
Replying to @alanhait
"Silly but entertaining'' -- Howard Thompson.
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Lou Lumenick 6h
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Nazi agent, says Bosley Crowther's review.
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TCM 6h
Don't forget to join us for tomorrow night at 8pm ET for NO TIME FOR SERGEANTS ('58) starring Andy Griffith
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Lou Lumenick 8h
Ted Tetzlaff's anti-Nazi 1941 comedy aired 50 years ago at 4:25 a.m. on WCBS' "The Late Late Show, Part 3.''
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Lou Lumenick 8h
Robert Florey's comic thriller aired on "The Late Late Show, Part 2'' 50 years ago tonight. Remade as Paul Mazursky's MOON OVER PARADOR.
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Noir Alley 8h
Orson Welles acted as an uncredited co-writer, co-director and producer of JOURNEY INTO FEAR ('42). See it Sunday at 10am ET on .
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Lou Lumenick 8h
This 1936 western aired 70 years ago tonight on WNBT (now WNBC). It had been on TV since 1940, when WNBT was experimental station W2XBS.
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Lou Lumenick 10h
Remade 4 years later as WAGONS ROLL AT NIGHT, with Bogie promoted from third to first billing.
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Lou Lumenick 11h
Absolutely not, in my experience!
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Will McKinley 13h
Including an early reference to movies as "software."
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Matt Patterson 17h
Life lessons are best imparted by a creepy adult in the woods
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Matt Patterson 17h
Naked came I out of my mother's womb, and with a tiny lace collar shall I return.
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Mark Harris May 25
What you do when you think you can get away with it is exactly who you are.
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Matt Lambros 19h
Orchestra level, Victory Theatre - Holyoke, MA.
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Lou Lumenick May 25
Also having its NY TV premiere 60 years ago tonight, on WCBS' "The Late Show.''
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Lou Lumenick May 25
John Stahl's LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN (1945) made its NY TV premiere 60 years ago tonight on WPIX's "Premiere Performance'' -- in black and white
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Glenn Kenny May 25
Someone ought to pull T.J. Miller aside, then, calmly and slowly, tell him the story of David Caruso.
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David Frum May 25
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Don’t need a weatherman to see which way this wind is blowing ..
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Adam Parkhomenko May 25
Breaking: WSJ reports a GOP operative coordinated with Guccifer.
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Molly Lambert May 25
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