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1996
Dom, after I posted I discovered that the entire film is on Youtube, broken into six parts.  I don't know if that works for you but it is there if you want to get a taste of it.

Joan wears dark glasses in much of the film I believe...

G.

1997
It was announced today on Grayson's F-b-k page that Sam and Matt Hall have had to cancel at the last minute, as Sam is unwell.

I hope the event is a success for all involved.

G.

1998
Wow.  Some regard this as Joan's finest performance ever, and it's NEVER been available in any format so far as I am aware...

G.

1999
Current Talk '13 II / Re: Discuss - Ep #0495
« on: July 10, 2013, 03:55:34 PM »
That was a great post, Dom, with the transcription of that scene.  I agree that the writing really goes off the cliff with these episodes.  Soooo bad.

G.

2000
Current Talk '13 II / Re: Cross-Over Question
« on: July 10, 2013, 03:22:01 AM »
Is this the 1980s Twilight Zone series?

G.

2001
Current Talk '13 II / Re: Discuss - Ep #0494
« on: July 10, 2013, 03:19:57 AM »
Thanks, MB!  After this reminder, I remember that the last time this episode was posted, you or somebody mooted this theory, that Jon had to skip the day's work at the last minute and Grayson may have stepped in and done more or less the Barnabas lines with very minor rewrites.

That makes a lot more sense than any other explanation I can think of.

Best, G.

2002
Current Talk '13 II / Re: Discuss - Ep #0494
« on: July 09, 2013, 03:28:25 AM »
Magnus, I understand where you're coming from, but my point is that Julia only acts this way in this one episode.  It's very different from the character has been established and how she behaves after this one episode.

I kind of wonder if this one might have been ghostwritten by a non staff writer.  I have a theory that it may have happened more often than we realize.

G.

2003
Current Talk '13 II / Re: Discuss - Ep #0494
« on: July 09, 2013, 12:52:51 AM »
I always find this such an odd episode in terms of how Julia's character is written.  She's such a cold, bitter rhymes-with-stitch, especially to Willie, for whose care she had been technically responsible.

In her next episode, she's back to the more caring Julia we've come to know in the 1968 episodes.  I find this one an odd blip to say the least.

No one else has commented on this so I guess I'm in a small minority in finding the writing to be very discontinuous here.

G.

2004
Calendar Events / Announcements '13 II / Re: The Originals
« on: July 08, 2013, 09:44:23 PM »
MB, is there a page or something that has all of the Tarot cards on it with thumbnails or hyperlinks or whatever?  I have a friend who is a Tarot fanatic and I'd like to send her a link, but neither of us is on Twitter so perhaps I'm out of luck.

Looks interesting!

G.

2005
A very reliable source has confirmed that the voice on this track is indeed Grayson Hall.

I just love this...

G.

2006
Thanks for letting me know, MB.  I am afraid I got confused.

I had some correspondence with Cousin Barnabas of that site last year for the Grayson Hall blogathon so I'll see if I have an email address so I can congratulate him.

I guess it's that melancholy Byronic profile that confuses me with all the Cousins Barnabas...

G.

2007
Her eyes are incredible.  Dominic West is excellent too.

G.

2008
In a brilliant bout of superb detective work, our own Cousin Barnabas has unearthed one of the Holy Grails of Grayson Hall fandom--one of Grayson's Blue Oyster Cult voiceovers.  The file is posted here:

http://www.collinsporthistoricalsociety.com/2013/07/grayson-hall-vs-blue-oyster-cult.html

Hats off to Cousin B!  You're the best!

G.

2009
I saw the movie on a videotape from the library about ten years ago.  I'm surprised it's never been released on DVD but there are so many excellent films from the past that have been neglected in that regard.

This four and a half minute clip gives you a good taste for the film and its foreshadowings of DS:  sealed rooms, unattended for years, thrown open to reveal barrages of brightly burning candles; long sinister soliloquies from a troubled protagonist; a flawlessly gowned and coiffed Joan Bennett, eyes widening in mute horror; and one of the rooms even has a set design reminiscent of the Collinwood basement.  Natalie Schafer can be seen but only has one or two lines:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvJRjPPQhhI

Best,

G.

2010
Calendar Events / Announcements '13 II / Re: Banshee DVD/Blu-ray
« on: July 05, 2013, 10:12:42 PM »
Thanks MB!  Yes, I mean Mr. Starr.  I'm sure Ms. M. (I will never, ever be able to spell her last name, much less pronounce it) has her fans and they appreciate knowing about this opportunity to, shall we say, commune with her in all her glory.

I appreciate your keeping a lookout, so to speak, on my behalf with regards to Mr. Starr's appearance in the deleted scenes. I realize just how purely altruistic your motives are.  Altruism, yeah, that's the ticket.

DS content... speaking of Ms. M it looks as if the WB DS pilot has been buried in some bypass somewhere (obscure Wicker Man joke) so those who can't attend the DS conventions aren't going to be getting the chance to see her work as Our Favorite Witch?

cheers, G.

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