Tag Archives: 1962

Classic Film & TV Cafe: The Notorious Landlady (1962) ‘Scene with Jack Lemmon and Kim Novak’

Source:The New Democrat  “Diplomat Jack Lemmon has just returned to England and doesn’t know that everyone else suspects Kim Novak’s character of murdering her husband!” From Classic Film & TV Cafe Just on a personal note first: it was the early … Continue reading

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Marilyn Monroe Family: The Death of Marilyn Monroe

Source: Marilyn Monroe Family: The Death of Marilyn Monroe Marilyn Monroe is now such a pop culture icon and hero to so many fans of pop culture and hipsters in America, that they simply can’t handle the fact that a woman … Continue reading

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Marilyn Monroe History: Mysteries and Scandals- Her Death in 1962

Source: The New Democrat I don’t believe there is much if any mystery to the death of Marilyn Monroe. Hate to break it to the people who have to believe that there was some suspicious Hollywood like scandal involving the death … Continue reading

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Marilyn Monroe Documentaries: Unsolved History- Who Killed Marilyn Monroe: The Secret Truth

Source: The Daily Review We know who killed Marilyn Monroe. Well that is everyone familiar with the story and this incredible for good and bad Hollywood Goddess and her life and how she lived, who is not a current resident … Continue reading

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The Week: Ryu Spaeth- ‘Is To Kill a Mockingbird Racist?’

“The other day I happened to catch To Kill a Mockingbird on television. It was airing as part of the general enthusiasm that preceded the release of Go Set a Watchman, the controversial follow-up to Mockingbird that now stalks Harper … Continue reading

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Quest TV: ‘Unsolved History: How Did Marilyn Monroe Really Die?’

“Was Marilyn Monroe’s death really a suicide, or something much more sinister?” From Quest TV I’ve seen several documentaries this month alone about Marilyn Monroe and her life. Because I’m very interested in her and was looking for new material that … Continue reading

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CBS: Alfred Hitchcock Hour- Captive Audience (1962): James Mason & Angie Dickinson Star

“A mystery novelist sends a series of weird audiotapes to his publisher. On the first tape, the author boasts that the publisher won’t be able to discern if the story he narrates is the history of an imminent murder – … Continue reading

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Democracy Journal: Robin Marie Averbeck- ‘The History of American Liberalism’

“Rich Yeselson’s essay “What New Left History Gave Us” [Issue #35] is not merely about what New Left historiography did, but what contemporary historians of the liberalism birthed by the New Deal—historians like myself—are currently doing. According to Yeselson, we … Continue reading

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Bolinha Franca: The Notorious Landlady 1962- Kim Novak & Jack Lemmon Star

Source: Bolinha Franca: The Notorious Landlady 1962 Trailer Kim Novak similar to Diana Dors in The Unholy Wife, is the perfect woman to play a murder suspect because she’s so cute and sweet. It is hard to believe she’s capable or … Continue reading

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CBS: The Alfred Hitchcock Hour- Tony Randall & Jayne Mansfield: Hangover (1962)

“Jayne is sooooo good in this. If you every get to see it, (It’s about a hour long and VERY HARD TO FIND) you’ll know that Jayne was a very good actress. To bad she didn’t do more roles like … Continue reading

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