s you can probably tell by the lateness of the hour, I'm a bit pressed for time, so some quick hits, as follows:
The Flaming Nose presents a nice appreciation of Jayne Meadows Allen. Indeed, they don't make 'em like her anymore.
The Broadcasting Archives at the University of Maryland has a great idea for a bookcase! I definitely need to have someone whip up one like that for me!
The Old Movie House takes a closer look at the Titanic classic A Night to Remember. An extraordinarily well-made docudrama, as I wrote about here.
My old friend at Cult TV Blog is back after a hiatus, and catching up on some of the classic shows of the '70s, and even has a couple of American shows in the mix.
Don Rickles is an acquired taste, I suppose. I acquired the taste long ago, and I've enjoyed Rickles for many years. CPO Sharkey wasn't a favorite of mine though, but Thrilling Days of Yesteryear takes a good look at it nonetheless.
Television Obscurities continues looking at a year of TV Guide; this issue comes from my birthday in 1965. Wish I had this issue; among other reasons, there's what looks to be a very good article on whether or not there are too many bulletins on TV.
More classic TV Guides! Or at least TV schedules, from Australia! From my friend at Television.au; it's very interesting to see what imports were on the airwaves in Australia.
And why not one more TV Guide story, this time from The TV Guide Historian, with a WGN ad from 1966. Even without seeing the text, I had it pegged for sometime in the mid '60s.
Whew! Got 'em all in, but check out my sidebar for more good stuff. See you again tomorrow!