In a totalitarian future society, Winston Smith, whose daily work is re-writing history, tries to rebel by falling in love. This is a TV adaptation of George Orwell’s classic book.
Episode of the popular and long running Red Skelton Hour show, this one with nor particular guest.
An adaptation of Edgar Allen Poe’s story for early television. This isn’t really the best adaptation, but it is really cool to see Bela Lugosi (who plays the Fortunato) doing early tv, even in the bad health (plus addiction) he was in at the time.
Allen tries to convict Prince Zernie, an often accused but never convicted criminal, for a jewel theft and learns at the trial that the man has another air-tight alibi. This episode features a young DeForest Kelley, better known as Bones from the original Star Trek.
A pretty corny episode of a pretty corny sitcom from the 50’s. Bob Cummings stars, and in this episode he gets mixed up in the ancient Order of Araby.
This is apparently the only episode of Mister Ed that was allowed to fall into the pubic domain. Ed continually bugs Wilbur to draw up a will because he heard about a cat who inherited a large sum of cash when it’s owner passed.
The lone survivor of ambushed robbers returns to town for revenge, but falls in love with a young woman who could change his life for the better.
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When the Clampett family is told they’d be given 25 to 100 of some new kind of ‘million’ dollar for the oil rich property their shack resides on, they decide to take it and move to a place more appropriate for their new financial status. Where do really, stinking, rich people live? Why, Beverly… … […]
Paul, a watch repair man, suspects his wife is cheating on him every afternoon while he works at his shop. Enraged with jealousy, he builds a time bomb set to go off when her “lover” arrives everyday, 4 O’ clock. When his wife goes away shopping, he takes the opportunity to sneak the bomb into […]