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Episode 212 – The Lazarus Syndrome, part 2 (repeat)

Posted in redux! on July 16th, 2019 by admin

While the evidence seems clear that Joe’s hospital roommate needs heart bypass surgery, Mac (Louis Gossett Jr.) can’t help but feel something doesn’t add up. Part 2 of 2. First posted May 8, 2012.

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William Blinn @ Archive for American Television
Trailer for “Brian’s Song”
Ronald Hunter Obituary @ Variety

Mac (Louis Gossett Jr. looks at Joe (Ronald Hunter) as he looks down into the operating theatre.

Episode 211 – The Lazarus Syndrome, part 1 (repeat)

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

Louis Gossett Jr. plays a hard-working doctor dealing with a disintegrating marriage and a patient (Ronald Hunter) whose journalistic instincts are causing trouble at his hospital. 1978. Part 1 of 2. First posted May 1, 2012.

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Louis Gossett Jr. Official Website
Enemy Mine @ IMDB
Vortigaunt @ Wikipedia

Wearing a turtleneck in the emergency room, Mac (Louis Gossett Jr.) uses defibrillators on Joe (Ronald Hunter).

Episode 210 – Judge Priest, part 2 (repeat)

Posted in redux! on June 25th, 2019 by admin

The Judge (Will Rogers) has his position on the bench threatened in an assault trial that will reveal a very big secret. Part 2 of 2. First posted April 23, 2012.

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Stepin Fetchit: Hollywood’s First Black Film Star @ NPR
Stepin Fetchit @ Wikipedia
“The Coon Caricature” via Ferris State University
Hattie McDaniel @ Wikipedia
Hattie McDaniel accepts her Oscar @ YouTube

The word "JUSTICE!" is written on an envelope.

The word “JUSTICE!” is written on an envelope.

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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Official Site of Will Rogers
“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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Cleveland Play House
Jack Klugman @Wikipedia
Alan Reed @IMDB
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”.