WE NEEDED A LAUGH – THE SAG-AFTRA AWARDS

We watched the SAG-AFTRA awards last night on I-forget-which-channel. We had tuned in because they were going to give a "Lifetime Achievement Award" to Carol Burnett. Garry has quite a collection of such awards. He calls them the "dodging bullets" awards. If you manage to stay in the business long enough and don't die young, you … Continue reading WE NEEDED A LAUGH – THE SAG-AFTRA AWARDS

SABOTAGE – AND – MURDER

Early Hitchcock, by Rich Paschall The 1936 Hitchcock thriller, Sabotage, could be a story for the present day.  Foreign saboteurs are planning terror attacks on a big city.  No one is sure who these people are or why they are planning these things.  In this adventure the city is London and the time frame is … Continue reading SABOTAGE – AND – MURDER