As Walter becomes more famous, the pressure mounts for him to create more of his sculptures – which means hunting more prey to be his subjects. Part 2 of 2.
A busboy longs to be like the cool artists at the coffee house where he works, but he finds his only talent is for taking advantage of tragedy. 1959. Part 1 of 2. First posted August 25, 2008.
Original Movie @ Internet Archive
Movie Info @ IMDB
Roger Corman @ Senses of Cinema (possible pop-up window)
Jonathan Demme Interviews Roger Corman @ Interview
Bert Convy Tribute Site @ IA Wayback Machine
Pollaire gets another chance with Dey, but Jean sets out again to ruin things…and might even win Dey’s father in the bargain! Part 2 of 2. First posted August 18, 2008.
Joan Blondell @ Wikipedia
(Correction: Joan Blondell’s career was 50 years, not 60. Still pretty great.)
“Remembering Hollywood’s Hays Code, 40 Years On” @ NPR
Three best friends lean on each other and some wealthy men to live the high life in New York City. But when one of them gets a chance at a classical music career, another may sabotage it for her own desires. 1932. Part 1 of 2. First posted August 11, 2008.
Clint and Tom have only a few hours left to track down Kochak’s killers before the press breaks the story about the plague. Part 3 of 3. First posted August 4, 2008.
Barbara Bel Geddes Official Site
Clint (Richard Widmark) takes some big chances on his own, which lead him to Kochak’s route into the country, but it doesn’t stop the plague from claiming its first victim in New Orleans. Part 2 of 3. First posted July 28, 2008.