A Study In Scarlet(1933)

Murder At The Baskervilles(1937) a curious fact: the actor playing Watson was named Ian Fleming(played Watson in four films)

Sherlock Holmes and The Secret Weapon(1942)

Sherlock Holmes: The Woman In Green(1945)

Sherlock Holmes: Dressed To Kill(1946)

Sherlock Holmes: Terror By Night(1946)

The Fighting Kentuckian(1949) Oliver Hardy stars as John Wayne’s sidekick

Ring of Fear(1954) Mickey Spillane investigates a series of “accidents” at Clyde Beatty’s Circus

It Came From Beneath The Sea(1955)

Die, Monster, Die!(1965) Boris Karloff

The War Wagon(1967)

Rocky(1976)

Yeti(2008) the cheese factor was high on this Sci-Fi “spectacular”

100 Million B.C.(2008)

Turner Classic Movies ran a couple of movies that I recorded for later viewing. The word classic in the channel name faked me out. MONSTER A-GO GO the less said the better. I never made it through the credits before I stopped it and erased. The second, THE GIANT SPIDER INVASION, lasted a bit longer. One of the actors, Alan Hale, the “Skipper”, played the sheriff. The very first lines of dialogue, when a young man stopped by the sheriff’s office,  went, “Hello, Sheriff.”, followed by “Hey, little buddy!” Everything was downhill after that.

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