Gene Autry stars as a singing cowboy who risks his life to find out who is sabotaging the construction of a dam project in the Red River Valley. 1936. Part 1 of 2. First posted January 4, 2010.
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When the choir member who damaged the pipe organ confesses, other members work to restore the organ in time for the Messiah, but another emergency might cancel the performance anyway. Part 3 of 3. First posted December 21, 2009.
As rehearsals continue, two choir members leave, two strike up a romance, one loses a loved one and another is accused of a destructive act that changes the sound of the group. Part 2 of 3. First posted December 14, 2009.
A newly-divorced mother (Michael Learned) trying to build a new life in San Francisco joins an inner-city church choir led by a demanding director (John Houseman) taking his motley group through Handel’s Messiah. 1980. Part 1 of 3. First posted December 7, 2009.
Original Movie @ Internet Archive
Movie Info @ IMDB
Handel’s Messiah @ Wikipedia
The Paper Chase @ Wikipedia
Daisetta Kim article @ LA Times
(Correction: CBS cancelled “The Paper Chase” before this movie aired, though Houseman had been established as a well-known personality. The series found its success after being picked up by the cable network Showtime.)
As Duke (Jock Mahoney) gets closer to each of the blondes, he learns the murder victim wasn’t the only man who knew them all. Part 2 of 2. First posted November 30, 2009.
Playboy insurance investigator Duke Wallace (Jock Mahoney) is on the case of a missing colleague with a penchant for blonde women…and when he meets them, he learns why. 1961. Part 1 of 2. First posted November 23, 2009.