Nov 29, 2010
The Halls of Ivy ran from 1950 to 1952. It was a weekly half-hour sitcom set on the campus of Ivy College.
Ronald Colman starred as William Todhunter Hall, the college
president. Colman’s real-life wife Bonita played his wife
Vicky, an ex-star of the English theater.
One of the regulars you'll recognize is...
Nov 25, 2010
Wherein your brave correspondent sticks his neck out and dares
to make specific recommendations.
Four entry-level detectors are compared feature-by-feature, to help you make an informed choice.
The machines in question: Fisher F2, Garrett Ace 150, Tesoro Compadre, and White's Coinmaster.
P.S. Here's the site that...
Nov 22, 2010
Frank Lovejoy starred as the nighttime beat reporter for the Chicago Star in Nightbeat.
This episode will be of particular interest to Gunsmoke fans,
because the radio actors who played Matt Dillon, Chester, and Miss
Kitty all appear as guests.
So with Frank Lovejoy in the lead role and William Conrad, Parley Baer,...
Nov 18, 2010
Wherein your correspondent bestows heaps of pity upon himself as another year of softball comes to a close.
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Nov 16, 2010
On radio and in the movies, Basil Rathbone WAS Sherlock Holmes.
He played the part from 1939 to 1946, appearing in hundreds of radio shows and fourteen movies.
Along with Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson, here's Basil Rathbone in The Unfortunate Tobacconist, which originally aired on April 30, 1945.