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1. Bad Taste

Description: The LikeTelevision™ movie channel presents a delightful horror classic from 1987 called Bad Taste, produced and directed by Peter Jackson, best known for his work on the JRR Tolkien movies, including the Lord of the Rings series and if fans get their wish, The Hobbit (though that looks bleak now). Well, long before Peter Jackson was a big cheese in film, he made this film with his school buddies over a four year period about a group of secret government agents in charge of keeping the world safe from invading aliens from distant galaxies. The budget for the film was next to nothing though it was a step up from a bunch of his previous efforts shot on 8mm film. Peter finally got a decent camera, a hand wound 16mm Bolex that was used for this movie and a little bit of money from a grant that helped him create more elaborate special effects.Bad Taste is an amazing movie - you can see the genius of Peter Jackson on display even as a young lad. He not only directed and produced this film, he even stars as young Derek, the courageous geek leader of the Alien Protection Squad who has to keep repacking his brains that have partially fallen out of his head.

2. Battleship Potemkin

Description: This silent classic by Russian master director Sergei Eisenstein is part of film legend. Countless directors have made reference to the scene in the Odessa Steps with the baby carriage. So if you don't know who Eisenstein is - brush up on your history and watch this classic from the beginning of “film time“. Every great director knows who Eisenstein is and his incredible contribution to the growth of film as an artistic medium. (see part 4 - montage) Make sure you watch this landmark film about the 1905 revolution.

3. Bedazzled

Description: Director Stanley Doner's Bedazzled was made in 1967. The story was written by Dudley Moore and Peter Cook. Dudley Moore plays Stanley Moon, a wimpy guy who wants to fall in love, but he's a Poor cook at a greasy spoon, doesn't know anyone and no one wants to know him. So he gets a visit from the devil, played by Peter Cook, who tries to tempt him into a life of evil intentions ruined souls. Raquel Welch is stunning as Lillian Lust.

4. Betty Boop - Crazy Inventions

Description: Betty Boop goes to a trade show of crazy inventions and has a blast. Get a glimpse of the future... uhm - I mean the past. Very cool - but Poor source media. We will replace it with a better film soon if possible.

5. Betty Boop - Poor Cinderella

Description: Betty Boop stars in the classic fairy tale, Cinderella. Complete with a fairy princess and a handsome prince. Well, then again - the Prince looks pretty stiff.

6. Beverly Hillbillies - Garden Party

Description: LikeTelevision™ Fans - this episode - Garden Party - features Mrs. Drydale trying to throw a garden party while Granny is making some soap. Will the Clampetts crash the party? You love the hilarious ending - Poor Mrs. Drysdale.

7. Beverly Hillbillies - Jethro's First Love

Description: LikeTelevision™ Fans - this episode - Elly's Animals - includes a scene out at the “cement“ pond. In this episode, Jethro is looking for a woman and finds one at the bank. He returns to the Clampett mansion with Chickadee Laverne, an aging stripper played by Barbara Nichols. The family thinks she's a little old for Jethro - but all is not lost for Poor Chickadee. She leaves the Clampetts with one of Elly's racoons - which she plans to use in her act .... the racoon unfastens her buttons and helps her strip. - I bet those PETA folks would love that act).

8. Billy the Kid versus Dracula

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents - a 1966 film called Billy the Kid versus Dracula. That's right - a western gothic kind of thing. Starring John Carradine as Dracula, Chuck Courtney as William Bonney, alias Billy the Kid. Melinda Plowman as Betty Bentley, the object of Billy's affection, and Dracula too. Both want Miss Bentley to be their bride.

9. Boudu Saved From Drowning

Description: The LikeTelevision™ movie channel proudly presents an enchanting 1932 Jean Renoir film called Boudu sauve des eaux, or in English - Boudu Saved from Drowning. A Poor homeless man named Boudu tries to drown himself in the Seine River, but is saved by the wealthy book store owner, Edouard Lestingois who was watching Boudu from his window. Boudu moves in with the family and has quite an impact on each of their lives. Priape Boudu is played by Michel Simon, who was a major star in France. Basically - he was like the French Charlie Chaplin or Jerry Lewis. Kind of like a national treasure. Also of note, this film caused a major scandal when it was released. Not because of the kissing or extramarital affairs (hey, they're French)... but people took major exception to, of all things - the filthy side of being homeless. Boudu's table manners, especially eating the food with his fingers. Totally taboo! The Police came and shut down theaters. It was a very serious matter at the time. In addition, Boudu doesn't seem particularly grateful to Monsieur Lestingois' generosity. Folks were infuriated by this as well.

10. Boy in the Plastic Bubble, The

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents - a cult classic made for tv movie called The Boy in the Plastic Bubble starring John Travolta, Robert Reed, Diane Hyland, and Glynnis O'Connor. Travolta stars as Tod Lubitch, a real kid with a huge problem with his immune system, so he has to live in the plastic bubble. While most folks remember the imfamous Jerry Seinfeld episode with the kid in the plastic bubble (a.k.a. Bubble Boy), few have seen this mildly annoying sugar coated California treat. The film is filled with star power - with Robert Reed, best known as Mike Brady from the Brady Bunch as the Dad, Ralph Bellamy as the Immunologist, and Diana Hyland as the mother. As you might already know - she was John Travolta's lover at the time (she was 41, Travolta about 23). She died on March 27, 1977 in Travolta's arms after suffering through breast cancer. Diana Hyland was also the original mom and tv show wife of Dick Van Patten on the show Eight is Enough. Diana Hyland wins an Emmy for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama, the movie was also nominated for an Emmy in Sound Editing and Outstanding Writing in a Special.

11. Carnival of Souls

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents a Sci-Fi Horror classic - Carnival of Souls starring Candace Hilligoss as Mary Henry, a woman who is the only survivor in a car with three girls who decided to drag race when challenged. The 1962 film was directed by Herk Harvey and remains one of the greatest low budget movies ever made. It is scary, not because of a lot of blood and guts or anything gross - but the whole ethereal feel of the film is just plain creepy. Who the heck is the phantom guy, and why does he keep popping in to scare Mary? The ending is just excellent - sorry, no spoilers here..

12. Carnival Story

Description: The LikeTelevision™ Movie channel proudly presents - Carnival Story - with Anne Baxter, Steve Cochran, Abe Berber, and Lyle Bettger. Based on the story by Marcel Klauber - a travelling carnival show takes the act to Germany after a bad tour in the US. Anne Baxter stars as Willie, an aspiring German girl who learns how to high dive from the great Frank Collini.

13. Charlie Chaplin - Gold Rush

Description: The LikeTelevision™ Movie channel proudly presents The Gold Rush - a cool film silent film by Charlie Chaplin about the Gold Rush in Alaska. The film has been called the greatest film of the silent era.

14. Copper, The

Description: The LikeTelevision™ classic tv channel proudly presents - The Copper, starring Wally Cox and Ernest Borgnine. Originally released on Oct. 28, 1951 as part of the Goodyear Television Playhouse, Wally Cox plays a timid cadet named Timothy Trundal, who wants to marry Gronya Lenahan (Pat Carroll). She's the daughter of police veteran, Sgt. Lenahan, played by Ernest Borgnine - who just can't stand Trundle because he seems to be jinxed. When Trundle is around - everything that might go wrong, probably will. He talks to a psychiatrist, played by David White, best known for his role as Larry Tate, Daren's boss on Bewitched. who tries to convince himself and Trundle, that Trundle is actually normal.

15. Cyrano de Bergerac w/ Jose Ferrer

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents - Cyrano de Bergerac, starring Jose Ferrer as Cyrano in the screen adaptation of Edmond Rostand's classic play. Jose Ferrer is nothing short of brilliant in his portrayal as the Cyrano - a gifted poet, wordsmith, swordsman, and a man with a beautiful and tender heart. But with all these gifts - he was also given a monster sized nose, that reminds one of the proboscis monkey - it is huge and hideous, a perfect foil for the lavish gifts he has been given. Cyrano loves a beautiful woman named Roxane, who happens to be a distant cousin, but he is afraid to tell her how he feels about her, because he is afraid of rejection.

16. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents the earliest film adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's literary classic, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. This 1920 silent film stars the legendary John Barrymore (Drew Barrymore's grandfather) in the duel role of Dr. Henry Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Simply put - his performance is amazing. Martha Mansfield stars as the innocent Millicent Carew, the lovely daughter of Sir George Carew, played by Brandon Hurst. You can also watch Hurst in The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

17. Drunken Angel

Description: This is a classic movie - by perhaps the greatest filmmaker of all time, Akira Kurosawa. Dr. Sanada, played by Takashi Shimura (the leader in Seven Samurai), treats a petty criminal named Matsunaga (Toshiro Mifune) with tuberculosis, and tries to get him to work at treating his disease (stop drinking, smoking, get some rest, etc.) Meanwhile, another gangster gets out of prison and a feud breaks out between rival factions. A cool look at the underworld in Japan in post WWII, and the courage of a Poor doctor, who is trying to cure another human, even if he is a criminal. We regret that the subtitles are difficult to read - but the story is pretty easy to follow.

18. Ellis Island Opens In New York City

Description: The LikeTelevision™ History channel proudly presents, This Day In History - December 31!

19. GE Theatre - I'm a Fool

Description: From a live Television Show - GE Theatre complete with a Ronald Reagan introduction. Based on the Sherwood Anderson story, this live television theatre presentation stars James Dean, Natalie Wood, and Eddie Albert.

20. Gulliver's Travels

Description: This is an animation classic! Gulliver's Travels was released in 1939 for the big screen and is viewed as a must see classic! Snow White from Disney was released in 1937 and this was the answer from The Fleischer Brothers of Popeye, Superman, and Betty Boop fame! The animation is as good as it gets, so join Gabby and his Lilliputian friends as they deal with this huge giant named Gulliver. Of course this tale has been rewritten from Jonathan Swift's original masterpiece, and somehow mixed with a dash of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. If you get a chance, see the Gulliver remake with Ted Danson, very entertaining.

21. IL Bidone

Description: The LikeTelevision™ Movie channel proudly presents IL Bidone - a disturbing dramatic tragedy by Federico Fellini - starring Broderick Crawford (best known as Dan Matthews on Highway Patrol) as a small time con man named Augusto. He's a detestable character who cons peasants out of their life savings by impersonating a Monsiegnor from The Vatican. But Augusto is getting old, and you can't help feeling sorry for him when he tries to rip off his fellow con men, by stealing the crippled girl's family's money to finance his daughter's education. Huh? Yep - old Augusto is low as they come - and he has a great Karmic meltdown in the end. Also stars Richard Basehart (Captain from Voyage To The Bottom of The Sea) as Picasso, a young con man with a family. Part of Fellini's Trilogy of Loneliness!

22. Isabel Peron Sent To Prison

Description: The LikeTelevision™ History channel proudly presents, This Day In History - March 20!

23. Kwaidan - Black Hair

Description: Kwaidan is a spooky classic from Japan. The 1964 film offers four short horror stories. In the first story -Black Hair, a struggling Samurai leaves his wife to marry a rich man's daughter. Years later, disappointed and dejected - he returns to his wife to make amends. What a reunion!

24. Laurel and Hardy in Flying Deuces

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents - a classic Laurel and Hardy movie called Flying Deuces. Ollie and Stan are in Paris France, the city of love - when Ollie falls in love with a beautiful women. Trouble is - it turns out she is married to a soldier. Heartbroken - the boys decide to join the French Foreign Legion. They quickly tire of the military routine and decide to quit. The trouble is - you are not allowed to quit, and they AWOL. And yes, as you might expect, they get into all kinds of trouble and create all varieties of comedy routines in the process.

25. Metropolis

Description: The LikeTelevision™ Movie channel proudly presents Metropolis - a 1925 landmark silent film by Fritz Lang. This riveting movie is a must see for anyone who follows the history of film. In an ethereal time and place - men with brains (and "plans") control and dominate the workers, and the hands that build everything, including all the machines that rule their life. Amazing photography, huge sets and multiple tesla coils. Sci-Fi at its finest!

26. Microbe Army

Description: The LikeTelevision™ Cartoon channel brings you - The Microbe Army - a cool toon with Captain Influenza and a bunch of germs who wage and all out germ war against a Poor sap - who catches a cold!

27. Mind Snatchers, The

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents - a cult classic film about military experiements, brain implants and science that goes terribly wrong. Christopher Walken stars as Private Reese, in his second film. And Ronny Cox, best known for his work in Beverly Hills Cop with Eddie Murphy and Total Recall with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sharon Stone - makes his film debut.

28. Molly Moo-Cow and Robinson Crusoe

Description: The LikeTelevision™ cartoon channel presents Molly Moo-Cow and Robinson Crusoe. Based on the classic tale by Daniel Defoe, with a bovine twist. Sweet old Molly Moo Cow just wants to make friends with Robinson - but all he wants to do is shoot Poor Molly and enjoy a burger. Also on note - this cartoon features some of the creepy racial stereotyping of ?restless African natives? who are trying to get Robinson over for dinner.

29. Nosferatu

Description: The LikeTelevision™ Movie channel proudly presents Nosferatu - the first film about Dracula, the vampire from Bram Stoker's novel. And better still - it comes complete with a new soundtrack, updated with cool music, F/X, reduced flicker, cleaned up title boards - very cool!

Writing Credits: Henrik Galeen. Music: D.P. Hawthorn, Aqualads, Fred, Jimmy, Collin, PigFuc*er, Jeremy, Jason, HipShack, and more! Soundtrack / Score: D.P. Hawthorn.

30. Nothing Sacred

Description: The LikeTelevision™ Movie channel proudly presents Nothing Sacred - a romantic comedy starring Carole Lombard and Frederic March. NYC newspaper reporter Wallace Cook tries to redeem himself after a hoax blows up by covering the story of Hazel Flagg, a Vermont girl dying of radium poisoning. (yes, it's fake news!) But the truth is, she's perfectly healthy. BTW - this 1937 movie in Technicolor features Margaret Hamilton in a short scene, (2 years later she gets a huge role, also in color as The Wicked Witch of The West The Wizard of Oz.) Warning: contains idiotic racial stereotyping typical of the period. Our apologies, it is presented as a piece of history.

31. Office, The - Business Trip

Description: Michael, Oscar and Andy go to Canada for a business trip.

32. Office, The - Crime Aid

Description: Michael plans a charity event after the office is broken into.

33. Office, The - Customer Survey

Description: Jim and Dwight get low ratings on a customer survey. Something's fishy though.

34. Office, The - Dinner Party

Description: Jan decides to throw a dinner party with Michael and as you might imagine, it is the most ridiculous series of dinner party nightmares all hauled into one episode. Lots of fun. You'll have pity on por Michael, Jan really treats him like a dog SEASON 4, EPISODE 9 Aired April 10, 2008

35. Office, The - Employee Transfer

Description: After corporate learns that Michael and Holly are dating, she is shipped back to New Hampshire.

36. Office, The - Frame Toby

Description: Toby is back and not everyone is happy about that. Especially Michael, who can't stand Toby's guts.

37. Office, The - Goodbye Toby

Description: It's Toby's last day and Michael wants the ultimate party to celebrate Toby's departure from Dunder Mifflin. Meanwhile Jim gets some fireworks for the party and plans to propose marriage to Pam, who just got accepted to an art school in NY. But wait, something might ruin his plans. Back in the corporate headquarters, the wunderkind Ryan is getting busted for fraud and hauled awat in handcuffs. A great action packed episode. SEASON 4, EPISODE 14 Aired May 15, 2008

38. Office, The - Local Ad

Description: The folks at Dunder Mifflin are going to make a local ad. Michael is looking for something cutting edge, like MTV on crack. Fast cuts. Fun episode!

39. One Step Beyond - Executioner, The

Description: More episodes of One Step Beyond, a cool Sci-Fi TV show from the late 50s, early 60s... that inspired a few other cool sci-fi tv shows like The Twilight Zone and Outer Limits. The Executioner is the story of an evil Union Colonel who decides to railroad some Poor young Rebel Soldier as a Confederate Army spy. The young kid is probably 16 or 17, and he has a nice dog named Tom. The cruel Colonel gets annoyed with Tom's howling so he shoots the Poor thing. Meanwhile, Jess Bradley the Confederate Army spy (not really) is sentanced to be executed. The dog Tom has something to say about all this. Check it out. This episode is very dark, a lot of it was filled at night with nowhere near enough lighting to make it work. bet you still like it!

40. Open City (Roma, citta aperta)

Description: Working behind barred door and cellars, a group of Italians created this movie about the horrors of the Nazi occupation in Rome during WWII. They had volunteers for actors, often using equipment stolen from Germans, with scraps of film, no studio lights, intermittent electricity - this was the first film released after the Allies freed Rome.

41. Pajama Game

Description: The Pajama Game became the first in a string of smash hits for visionary choreographer Bob Fosse soon after it opened on Broadway in May of 1954. The play opened to rave reviews and was performed well over 1000 times. So when it came time to re-purpose it for the silver screen, Warner Bros. decided to basically lift the entire production from the stage at the St. James Theater and transport it to the sound stage in Hollywood. The female lead was changed from Janis Paige to Doris Day for box-office reasons and a couple of minor roles were switched out but, all-in-all what we see in the film is a faithful replication of the original Broadway production and a level of ensemble seldom seen on film. If you can stop being soooo sophisticated and are ready, willing and able to dispend reality for a little while, you will really enjoy this wonderful piece of period fluff.

42. Palmolive Gold Soap Commercial

Description: The LikeTelevision™ Classic TV channel proudly presents a terrific classic tv commercial for Palmolive Gold soap. This one aired as part of the Adventures of the Nelson Family, like Ozzie and Harriet Nelson. The tag line is great - Don't wait to be told, You need Palmolive Gold. You love that glowing odor barrier too. Now this Poor smelly woman can get married or catch a bouquet at a wedding without everyone leaving whispering P.U. under their breath. Great stuff!

43. Patty Hearst Is Kidnapped

Description: The LikeTelevision™ History channel proudly presents, This Day In History - February 5!

44. Picture of Dorian Gray

Description: Set in London, 1886 - The Picture of Dorian Gray is based on the classic novella by Oscar Wilde with the screenplay adapted by Albert Lewin,who was also the director of this classic. The film won an Oscar in 1946 for Best Cinematography (Harry Stradling, Jr.) and is an interesting combination of richly contrasted Black and White - with a few scenes of the picture in technocolor. An excellent movie - especially if you are familiar with the legal troubles of Oscar Wilde, and have read the story

45. Pride of Jesse Hallam, The

Description: The LikeTelevision™ movie channel presents a terrific made for TV movie titled The Pride of Jesse Hallam, starring Johnny Cash, Brenda Vaccaro, and Eli Wallach. Johnny Cash play Jesse Hallam, a Poor single father from Kentucky who just sold his home and property to help pay for an operation for his daughter who has scoliosis. The operation is in Ohio - so off they go. Jesse has trouble getting a job because he cannot read. Eventually he ends up working for Sal Galucci (Eli Wallach), a friendly Italian vegetable vendor who learned to read English many years ago. Sal gets his daughter Marion Gallucci (Brenda Vaccaro) to help tutor Jesse. Well acted and family friendly - plus Johnny gives you a few bars of Muhlenberg County, down by the Green River, where Paradise lay.

46. Rules of the Game, The

Description: Jean Renoir's Rules of the Game is one of the greatest films ever made. As you might already know, Jean Renoir was the son of the remarkable impressionist painter, Auguste Renoir - whose paintings are so beautiful and glorious that they are actually worth the millions that they sell for today. This film is perhaps Jean Renoir's finest work, though some might prefer his other masterpiece, La Grande Illusion, also available on this site. Unlike Grande Illusion that is a heavy film about the tragic ironies of war, this film is hilarious satire about the fading French aristocracy and a wonderful portrayal of the human comedy of love, marriage, and relationships.

47. Samurai One - Musashi Miyamoto

Description: Samurai 1, also known as Musashi Miyamoto, is the first part in the epic trilogy by legendary Japanese film director Hiroshi Inagaki. The village wild man, Takezo grows up and learns the way of the Samurai and eventually becomes - Musashi Miyamoto, the greatest Samurai warrior in Japan. Meanwhile, Takezo's best friend, Matahachi makes some bad decisions that ruin his life. At one time he was betrothed to the lovely Otsu, but he ends up marrying a nasty witch named Oko and his life becomes hell. This is part one - the rest of the trilogy will be available soon!

48. Seven Doors of Death

Description: The Seven Doors of Death is a cult classic for fans of extra gross and bloody horror films - complete with countless scenes of especially bloody and scary episodes of nastiness designed to play upon our fears. Set in Cajun Country - deep in the swamps of Louisiana, a New York City girl inherits a hotel with an evil past. It seems this place is home to one of the secret doors to hell itself.

49. Shameless Showcase - Judge Jay's Patriot Act

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents - Judge Jay's Judgement. Many years before the Patriot Act, Judge Jay was handing out his own brand of justice - where if he doesn't like you, why he sends you to jail to await your psychiatric evaluation. And well, he doesn't think you will pass. Watch Poor Mr. Joseph Krakowa (or Joseph Cracker as Judge Jay calls him) get his fair right to a trial. It's the American way!

50. Shanty Where Santy Claus Lives

Description: This classic Christmas cartoon features a Poor kid who has been a good boy. So good in fact, that Santa invites him to the Shanty where Santa Claus lives! WARNING: idiotic and racist at times, presented for historical reference.

51. She Demons

Description: She Demons is a classic 50's sci-fi movie, a B movie, where B is for BAD. A nazi colonel is performing horrible experiments on beautiful women, trying to help his wife get her face back, after she was disfigured in a lab accident years ago. A hurricane brings some new guests to the island, who learn the truth about the evil scientist and his experimentson women. This movie reaches for new lows in Poor writing, acting, and production - which of course is why it is so cool. While not as bad as some Ed Wood masterpieces - it does approach this level of lameness. See if you don't agree. Best viewed by those with time on their hands.

52. Shock starring Vincent Price

Description: The LikeTelevision™ movie channel presents a terrific 1946 classic called Shock, starring Vincent Price as the disturbed Doctor Richard Cross, who murders his wife when she objects that they get a divorce. All this happens at the Belmont Arms, a swanky hotel in San Francisco. Another hotel guest, Janet Stewart has checked into the same hotel. She's waiting to meet up with her husband, Lt. Paul Stewart, a soldier who was missing in action, presumed dead - but now his Poor wife will be meeting up with him. Oh, Poor Janet. The plane is delayed, and she is feeling troubled - when she witnesses Dr Richard Cross murdering his wife with the candelstick. (nope - it was not Colonel Mustard or Professor Plum with the candlestick, and it happened at the Belmont Arms).

53. Smiles of a Summer Night

Description: The LikeTelevision™ movie channel is proud to present Smiles of a Summer Night, a tale of love, comedy, betrayal, religion, and carnal desires. Released in 1955 and directed by the Swedish master Ingmar Bergman, Sommarnattens leende is right up there in the list of top Bergman films. It reminded me very much of Jean Renoir's 1939 satiric look at love, Rules of the Game. My goodness, the folks back then sure did carry on. The scene at the end with seminarian son yearning for closure on his tortured love with his dad's wife - gets an answer from heaven. Well, not really - you will have to see it. A great movie - 10.

54. Somewhere in Dreamland

Description: The LikeTelevision™ Cartoon channel presents - Somewhere in Dreamland - a classic tale of two Poor children who get a fantastic ice cream treat - in Dreamland... or is it dream land? Pinch me or poke me with a fork- a lovely family story!

55. Street Fighter, The

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents - The Street Fighter (Gekitotsu! Satsujin Ken) starring Sonny Chiba. Originally released in 1974 - this is one of the most graphically violent martial arts films ever made, and as such - it is NOT for kids. The violence is over the top - in fact, when the movie was first released, it received an X rating, even though there is no course language or nudity. This is the cut version - which tones down the violence a wee bit, and and received an R rating.

56. Susie the Little Blue Coupe

Description: The LikeTelevision™ cartoon channel presents Susie The Little Blue Coupe. This classic cartoon features the voice of Sterling Holloway as the narrator, who was best known as the voice of Winnie the Pooh. (Check out - a Walk in the Sun, which features Holloway as a soldier who gets killed in action). If you love old cars and restoration - you'll love this classic Walt Disney cartoon. Watch Little Susie go from the Dealer Showroom to the Junk Yard, and then get restored by a young kid who strips her down and chops her fenders. And speaking of car dealers - check out this classic Parker Brothers' game - Dealer's Choice.

57. Theater of Blood

Description: Vincent Price plays a washed up Shakespearean actor named Edward Lionheart, who goes crazy after he loses The Critic's Award. Though the critics think he committed suicide after losing, he is actually alive, and arranges a Shakespearean death for all the critics who spurned him. Great movie, fine acting, and filmed in Britain.

58. They Made Me a Criminal

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents - They Made Me a Criminal (1939) starring John Garfield, Claude Rains, Ann Sheridan, and the Dead End Kids, with Leo Gorcey and Huntz Hall. Johnnie Bradfield (John Garfield) a boxer with a crushing left hook wins the Championship. But then, there's a murder and a terrible car crash killing the main suspect who in fact, is still alive. So many twists and turns - and Claude Rains delivers an ending like Casablanca. Lots of fun. The film was directed by the great Busby Berkeley, who is best known as a choreographer - including the Scarecrow's dance in The Wizard of Oz. And the legendary Max Steiner is the composer of the musical scoring for They Made Me A Criminal.

59. W.C. Fields - Fatal Glass of Beer

Description: The LikeTelevision™ Classic TV channel proudly presents W.C. Fields in Fatal Glass of Beer. In this 20 minute short film, Mr. Snavely (W.C. Fields) sings a sad song with an autoharp about his son Chester - the Poor wayward lad who had the fatal mug. hilarious classic w/ a Yukon setting. Ain't fit for man or beast!

60. White Zombie

Description: White Zombie was one of the first blockbuster horror films of its day. Released in 1932, and starring Bela Lugosi, who was a huge box office hit from 1931 with Dracula, Lugosi plays the evil Murder Legendre, who can control people with a little white powder, a hand clench, and a nasty glare. A young couple goes to get married at a rich friend's Haitian plantation , but the rich friend, named Beaumont wants Madeleine for himself, and teams up with Legendre to make Madeleine his Zombie slave. Whoa!

61. Woody Allen Comedy Special

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents - The Woody Allen Special from September 21, 1969 - which was part of TV series called The Kraft Music Hall. (the guest for this episode was the 5th Dimension, featuring the Laura Nyro song Wedding Bell Blues with Marilyn McCoo in top form and Working on a Groovy Thing - AWESOME. Wedding Bell Blues was released in October 1969 shortly after this special and stayed in the Top 40 for 14 weeks). Candace Bergen, best known for her role as Murphy Brown is Woody's special guest. And - oh my - what a treat - Reverend Billy Graham has a terrific interview with Woody Allen as they discuss God, sex and seeing each other's show. Billy says he'll go see Play it Again Sam if Woody goes to one of Billy Graham's revivals. It's an amazing bit of television history -and fascinatin given the events that followed the era of the sexual revoltion of the late 1960s.

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