week for some quick hits - let's get started!
bare-bones e-zine has another installment of the Hitchcock Project - this time The Alfred Hitchcock Hour's second-season episode "The Second Verdict."
Classic Film and TV Cafe writes about a classic Sidney Poitier film that I can remember seeing on TV many years ago - To Sir, With Love. I did not know that the movie was directed by James Clavell, who wrote the epic novel Shōgun.
Classic TV Sports has a positive review of Al Michaels' new autobiography, You Can't Make This Up.
Made For TV Mayhem has a look at the made-for-TV movie Death Among Friends, a pilot for a series that never came about, but likely influenced some that did.
Cult TV Blog continues working his way through Brit TV of the seventies, this time with the series Minder.
Michael's TV Tray celebrates the birthday of the one and only Eartha Kitt.
Comfort TV has a great piece on how to settle in for a night of comfortable TV watching. A man after my own heart!
Television Obscurities' latest TV Guide review is from January 23, 1965. I hope you're reading these!
Happy reading - and we'll see you back here tomorrow!