Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by James Slattery, Jul 2, 2020.
They did a lovely job of restoring the series.
Watching Friday Night Lights on Peacock.
The DVD box set only includes the episodes with the added/reworked effects (which kind of grew on me). The Blu-rays have the option of watching either the original or reworked versions.
I have the first season on Blu and then bought the DVD complete set on impulse.
"The Bensonhurst Bomber"
I've never had the CD I've just got the original vinyl.
Secret Agent Man..more entertaining than most of the James Bond movies....
" In another reality, I might have been Mr. Spock's father."
love the show but also love Loveless. those are my faves!
Indeed, I always think of Mark Lenard as Mr. Spock senior when I see him in these.
Quantum Leap. Love that show.
I liked the one when he suddenly became a B17 pilot in WW2, couldn't control it and the crew thought he was messing about.
Could never find that episode again.
I watched The Prisoner tonight.
Cannon (Seasons 1&2)
Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Ozzie & Harriet
The one the only ----- Groucho!
FWIW, here are the older shows I’m currently watching...
The Abbott and Costello Show
12 O’Clock High
Been watching a lot of The Addams Family on PlutoTV.
I'd never seen the original series before, just the 90s films.
Been really, really enjoying it so far.
Law and Order from season 6 on. Just started season 8. Stories hold up pretty good.
Hard copy or streaming? If the latter, where?
Beverly Hillbillies... my Finnish wife doesn't "get" it at all!
Tell her to imagine people who never went to school or never went past the eighth grade. Jethro completed the first 5 grades at the Oxford Elementary School in the Ozark Mountains in Arkansas. He's the most educated person in his TV family. In real life, Max Baer Jr. (Jethro), his father was a Jewish heavyweight contender that Hitler hated. He plays dumb rather well. I live in Tennessee and we have hillbillies too. Back in the 1960's some of them were not too far removed from what's depicted on the Beverly Hillbillies. Tell her that the education level in majority of the United States is well below European standards. The Beverly Hillbillies was an exaggeration but at the time it was made, not an overwhelming one.
Watching The Colbys (aka Dynasty II) on DVD...off to a crazy start even for a soap opera.
I was in error -- I watched "Balance of Terror" from the Season 1 Blu-ray:
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