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Episode 209 – Judge Priest, part 1 (repeat)

Posted in redux! on June 11th, 2019 by admin

Will Rogers stars as a common-sense widower with his own way of running a courtroom in a post-Reconstruction Kentucky small town. 1934. Part 1 of 2. First posted April 16, 2012.

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“Old Judge Priest” stories (as PDF, plain text, and for Daisy, Kindle and more) @ Internet Archive

Judge Priest (Will Rogers) reads a newspaper while presiding in his courtroom.

Judge Priest (Will Rogers) reads a newspaper while presiding in his courtroom.

Episode 208 – Time Table, part 2 (repeat)

Posted in redux! on May 29th, 2019 by admin

Charlie (Mark Stevens) heads for Mexico, but not for the purpose originally planned, as he tries to stay one step ahead of his own investigation. Part 2 of 2. First posted April 10, 2012.

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Review @ Noir of the Week (spoilers)
Alan Reed bio @ IMDB
Mark Stevens bio @ IMDB

Charlie (Mark Stevens) holds Linda (Felicia Farr) and a pistol as they hide around a corner.

Episode 207 – Time Table, part 1 (repeat)

Posted in redux! on May 14th, 2019 by admin

An insurance investigator (Mark Stevens) has to cancel his vacation when called to find the money stolen in a daring train robbery. But he’s a little more stressed about the case than he should be. 1956. Part 1 of 2. First posted April 3, 2012.

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Mark Stevens @ Wikipedia
Cleveland Play House
Jack Klugman @Wikipedia
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History of The Flintstones @ YouTube

In a suit and hat, Charlie (Mark Stevens) stands by framed text, which says "There is no such thing as a Perfect Crime".

In a suit and hat, Charlie (Mark Stevens) stands by framed text which says “There is no such thing as a Perfect Crime”.

Episode 206 – The Fatal Glass of Beer (repeat)

Posted in redux! on April 30th, 2019 by admin

In this parody of melodramas set in the frozen North, prospector Snavely (W.C Fields) returns home via dogsled to his cabin, where he and his wife are reunited with their son who left for the city only to land in prison. 1933. First posted March 27, 2012.

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“Driven to Drink: The Films of W.C. Fields” @ Modern Drunkard
Review @ Booze Movies

Snavely (W.C. Fields) opens a cabin door and gets a cloud of snow blown at him.

Snavely (W.C. Fields) opens a cabin door and gets a cloud of snow blown at him.

Episode 205 – The Dentist (repeat)

Posted in redux! on April 9th, 2019 by admin

In this short, W.C. Fields has the title role as an irascible man dealing with a freakish golf game, strange patients and a daughter who wants to run off with the iceman. 1932. First posted March 19, 2012. 

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The Dentist @ DoctorMacro.com

In his exam room wearing his white lab coat, The Dentist (W.C. Fields) holds a rifle to the long bushy beard of a patient in the chair.

In his exam room wearing his white lab coat, The Dentist (W.C. Fields) holds a rifle to the long bushy beard of a patient in the chair.

Episode 204 – Dirty Gertie from Harlem USA, part 2 (repeat)

Posted in redux! on March 27th, 2019 by admin

A “voodoo woman” predicts doom for Gertie (Francine Everett), but who poses the greatest threat: Mr. Christian, Diamond Joe, the piano player, the two servicemen…or her own conscience? Part 2 of 2. First posted March 12, 2012.

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Francine Everett @ BlackPast.org
Francine Everett obituary @ New York Times
Cab Calloway singing “Blues In the Night” @ YouTube

On her balcony, Gertie (Francine Everett) stares into the sky fearfully.

On her balcony, Gertie (Francine Everett) stares into the sky fearfully.