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Episode 028 – The Stork Club, part 1 (repeat)

Posted in redux!, video available on August 2nd, 2015 by admin
Betty Hutton stars as a hat check girl at the famous nightclub, who saves an old man (Barry Fitzgerald) from drowning. But she doesn't know he's a millionaire, who secretly repays her with riches beyond her wildest dreams. 1945. Part 1 of 3. First posted May 12, 2008. Click here to subscribe Click here to download directly Different file sizes/formats from Internet Archive Associated links Original Movie @ Internet Archive Movie Info @ IMDB The Stork Club @ Wikipedia A 1948 Stork Club Review @ Tips on Tables The Stork Club @ Facebook Described Video @ YouTube! [caption id="attachment_1334" align="aligncenter" width="271"]Judy (Betty Hutton) winks as she sings in The Stork Club. Judy (Betty Hutton) winks as she sings in The Stork Club.[/caption]

Episode 026 – The Last Man On Earth, part 1 (repeat)

Posted in redux!, video available on July 19th, 2015 by admin
Vincent Price stars as the only survivor of a worldwide plague, spending his days trying to protect himself against victims who have risen from the grave. 1964. Part 1 of 2. First posted April 28, 2008. Contains violence. Click here to subscribe Click here to download directly Different file sizes/formats from Internet Archive Associated links Original Movie @ Internet Archive Movie Info @ IMDB Article @ Turner Classic Movies I Am Legend (the novel) @ Wikipedia The Last Man On Earth (the tv series) @ Wikipedia Described Video @ YouTube! [caption id="attachment_1315" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Dr. Robert Morgan (Vincent Price) looks down after marking another X on hand-drawn calendars in The Last Man On Earth. Dr. Robert Morgan (Vincent Price) looks down after marking another X on hand-drawn calendars for 1968 in The Last Man On Earth.[/caption]

Episode 024 – Murder at the Baskervilles, part 1 (repeat)

Posted in redux!, video available on July 5th, 2015 by admin
Sherlock Holmes (Arthur Wontner) returns to the scene of one of his greatest triumphs for some rest and relaxation, but a missing racehorse and two deaths soon have him working again - and on another collision course with Professor Moriarty. 1937. Part 1 of 2. First posted April 14, 2008. Click here to subscribe Click here to download directly Different file sizes/formats from Internet Archive Associated links Original movie @ Internet Archive Movie Info @ IMDB Adaptations of Sherlock Holmes @ Wikipedia Holmes On Screen: 1900-1939 Arthur Wontner biography @ IMDB Described video @ YouTube! [caption id="attachment_1304" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Sitting on a sofa, Sherlock Holmes (Arthur Wontner) looks up from reading a document in Murder at the Baskervilles. Sitting on a sofa, Sherlock Holmes (Arthur Wontner) looks up from reading a document in Murder at the Baskervilles.[/caption]

What I’m Doing On My Summer “Vacation”

Posted in general, video available on July 11th, 2014 by admin
When I started taking a break from MFTB to work on more paid description, I never expected to be away for more than two months, but here we are. I think it's time to give you some idea of what I've been up to while you've hopefully been digging through the archives here. Most of my work has been with the amazing folks at the DCMP (Described and Captioned Media Program), who have a huge library of accessible educational videos for schools and students. I've been writing and sometimes producing several dozens of films of all kinds. Here are a couple examples. A clip from "Dinner For Two" via YouTube: A clip from "The Hermitage Dwellers" via YouTube: I've also been lucky to work with long-time friends ExtremeReach/Mijo on all kinds of shows for the Canadian tv network APTN, which is dedicated to programming by, for and about Aboriginal people throughout the country and around the world. Sorry there aren't examples of description online, but the shows I've been writing and producing description for range from the really sweet show for pre-schoolers "Louis Says", to the informative "Down2Earth" about Native work on maintaining the environment, to the second season of the American mystery series "Longmire". Usually I can keep MFTB going when I'm working on one of these two streams of projects. But since spring, I've been working on both of them - and more! Hopefully, you can understand why I had to step away for a while. But of course it also means I'm making a living providing more description of more kinds of programming for more people, and that can only be good! Still, it's looking like the busiest time is starting to wind down for now, so sooner rather than later, I'll be ready to get back to MFTB, and we can all look forward to great stuff as we move toward Episode 300. So stay tuned, and thanks!

Episode 237 – Great Expectations, part 1

Posted in drama, video available on January 16th, 2013 by admin
In this adaptation of the classic Dickens novel, young Pip helps a escaped convict after a terrifying encounter, starts visiting the strange Miss Havisham and falls under the sway of her ward, the lovely and cold Estella (Jean Simmons). 1946. Part 1 of 3. Click here to subscribe Click here to download directly Different file sizes/formats from Internet Archive Associated links Original from Internet Archive Movie info from IMDB Great Expectations @ Wikipedia Great Expectations as a free eBook (.txt available) @ Project Gutenberg Jean Simmons Obituary @ New York Times Described video @ YouTube! (embedded below)

Episode 233 – Ozzie and Harriet: Busy Christmas

Posted in comedy, television, video available on December 17th, 2012 by admin
In this classic tv episode, Ozzie Nelson tries not to over-schedule himself over the holiday season, and fails miserably. Can his family pick up the slack? First aired 1956. Click here to subscribe Click here to download directly Different file sizes/formats from Internet Archive Associated links Original tv episode from Internet Archive Previous Ozzie episodes on MFTB Tracy Nelson @ IMDB Video version available from YouTube! (embedded below)