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video 65:06 Frank Sinatra- Portrait Of An Artist- His Only Filmed Recording Session.

Frank Sinatra- Portrait Of An Artist- His ...

Frank Sinatra was arguably the most prolific singer of American song within the last six decades. Here is the only filmed document embracing the process which was the Sinatra recording session. Quincy Jones helms the 80’s project with grace and artistry.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 07/02/2009 12:59 AM

video 18:43 The Clash- Live In Munich- 1977

The Clash- Live In Munich- 1977

Here are The Clash, one of the most influential rock bands of the last 3 decades, as they performed a 3 song set in Germany after having joined forces for less then a year. This set was part of a 1977 film titled “Punk In London”.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 06/26/2009 01:30 AM

video 52:08 Christopher "Ronnie" Walken And Eddie Albert Star In Remarkable ''Naked City''  Television Episode From 1963.

Christopher "Ronnie" Walken And Eddie Albe...

“Naked City” was the gateway for the first major television appearances of actors such as Dustin Hoffman, Martin Sheen, Sandy Dennis, Burt Reynolds and many others. The writing was superlative and offered a brand of drama unseen on T.V prior.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/27/2009 11:36 AM

audio 57:17 War Of The Worlds! The Original, Uncut, Mercury Theater Dramatization.

War Of The Worlds! The Original, Uncut, Me...

Here is the complete Orson Welles, Mercury Theater, radio presentation of 1938, in all of it’s theatrical glory. A spellbinding hour of broadcast history. Click on the title for some background and enjoy!

Posted by Rich Buckland, 04/03/2009 02:37 AM

video 07:05 Goreville, USA - Short Film Festival - Episode One

Goreville, USA - Short Film Festival - Epi...

This film brings new meaning to the term ‘under the gun.’ A chilling little slice of deranged Americana.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 03/27/2009 08:00 PM

video 59:39 Paul Newman -Bang The Drum Slowly - The U.S. Steel Hour, 1955 -When Television Was Truly Alive!

Paul Newman -Bang The Drum Slowly - The U....

Newman. Salmi. Bang The Drum Slowly. Magnificent writing. Original U.S Steel Hour Presentation, Live. 1955. A Wonderful 56 minutes.. Nuff Said. Dig it gang or click on title for furthur observations and then dig deeper..

Posted by Rich Buckland, 01/09/2009 03:38 PM

video 92:40 The Big TNT Show-  The Full 1966 Concert Film Featuring Ray Charles, Bo Diddley, The Lovin' Spoonful, Ike and Tina Turner, Petula Clark, Joan Baez, Roger Miller, Donovan, The Ronettes and The Byrds

The Big TNT Show- The Full 1966 Concert F...

Posted by Rich Buckland, 10/30/2008 03:23 PM

audio 20:54 Jack Kerouac- Joy Kicks Darkness

Jack Kerouac- Joy Kicks Darkness

The first installment of seven tracks from the Kerouac tribute compact disc which features a multitude of musicians, writers and actors as they search for his definition within our cosmos. The Beat King can never die. Click on title for tracks within this episode. Dig!!!!!!

Posted by Rich Buckland, 09/28/2008 01:28 PM