"This is one of the reasons that I said that remaking a different episode would have been better. The Archie Bunker character had a mouth on him but he never used the N-word. I won't type the actual word. I can't imagine him undermining a…"
"My absolute favorite western is High Noon, which I first saw in a big screen revival. Every scene has a clock in it and we are subtly introduced to signs of the brutality of the outlaw gang and particularly of their leader, Frank Miller. He is built…"
"The casting was great. We especially enjoyed seeing Marla Gibbs playing her own character, Florence. I don't know how it would have worked if they reinterpreted the characters. Faithfully following the original scripts really doesn't allow…"
"I was concerned that they were going to stick Raj in a loveless marriage with the woman he was being forced to marry. I'm glad they didn't. If Raj was a real person, I would guess that he will eventually find his match. He's not a bad…"
Hey Richard, if you've got the first Tales of Suspense Atlast Masterworks, with the corrected table of contents, how about photocopying it for me and mailing it to me? My copy reprints the table of contents for the first Tales to Astonish volume in error. I'd like a copy of the correct list (all of 3-4 pages, I would think) to fold and store with the volume.
If you do, could you mail it to: Kirk Groeneveld, 105 Second St., Athens, OH 45701