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1. Andy Griffith Show - A Wife For Andy

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents The Andy Griffith Show, set in the bucolic splendor of Mayberry, North Carolina. This episode - A Wife For Andy introduces Helen Crump, Opie's teacher and Andy's love interest. Barney tries to set Andy up - and invites 15 girls over to Andy's house for a “meeting“ with Thelma Lou.

2. Andy Griffith Show - Aunt Bee's Medicine Man

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents The Andy Griffith Show, set in the bucolic splendor of Mayberry, North Carolina. This episode - Aunt Bee's Medicine Man features special guest, John Dehner, as a huckster in traveling medicine man. Aunt Bee buys a few bottles of the special Indian Elixir and gives it a try. It turns out to be 85% alcohol - Watch Aunt Bee (Francis Bavier) gets “lit“ along with the rest of the Church Social group.

3. Andy Griffith Show - Big House

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents The Andy Griffith Show, set in the bucolic splendor of Mayberry, North Carolina. This episode - The Big House features George Kennedy as a “big city“ policemen. After a daring bank robbery, 2 of 4 criminals are captured - and brought to Mayberry to spend the night in jail. Barney gets to play warden of Mayberry's slammer - “The Rock“.

4. Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, The

Description: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1921) was originally released in Germany as Das Kabinett des Doktor Caligari in 1920. Directed by Robert Wiene, starring Werner Krauss as Dr. Caligari, a sideshow operator, and Conrad Veidt as Cesare, Caligari's somnambulist freak. (basically a sleepwalker). The story is told through the eyes of Francis, who is bethrothed to Jane. It seems Alan, Francis' best friend also has a thing for Jane. Alan invites Francis to the carnival, where they check out Caligari's tent, and are amazed when Cesare wakes up to tell the future. He predicts Alan will be dead by sunrise.

5. Get Christie Love

Description: Get Christie Love - a 1970s funky action drama about a kick butt police woman, played by Teresa Graves is a classic, and has a spot in the history of movies. The movie morphed into a short-lived TV series of the same name and Teresa Graves was the first black woman on TV to star in an hour long show. By today's hypercritical PC insanity - this movie could be viewed as racist. There are some stereotyping incidents and other things that will make you roll your eyes - and yes - they use the N word. At the same time - Christie Love is a heroine - and a tough, karate kicking Mamma Jamma. The TV show played opposite another classic female cop drama - Police Woman, starring Angie Dickinson. Lots of channel flipping times, yes they were.

6. Kwaidan - Hoichi the Earless

Description: Kwaidan is a spooky classic from Japan. The 1964 film offers four short horror stories. In the third story -Hoichi the Earless, follow the story of a blind Biwa player and his mystical journey into the spirit world. Hoichi has some wild visions as he entertains the tortured souls of a clan of Samurai warriors with his gift of musical skills. This story is so cool.... trust me, you need to see this. Be prepared for slower pacing... and be patient as you fall into Hoichi's mystical world. Also of note - if Takashi Shimura who plays the head priest looks familiar, well... he should. He starred in Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai as their leader and strategist.

7. 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.

8. Night of the Living Dead

Description: Night of the Living Dead (1968) directed by George Romero. This film is a low budget classic horror film. Creepy Zombies like to eat the humans.

9. Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents - An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge. This film by Robert Enrico is adapted from the story written by Ambrose Bierce. The short film does an excellent job of telling this great tale, about a man accused of trying to sabotage a bridge during the civil war. As the story begins, the man is about to be executed - by hanging from Owl Creek Bridge. We enter the man's mind, as he imagines that the rope breaks - and he narrowly escapes the onslaught of bullets from the Union soldiers. Then he runs through an arched forest canopy - trying to return to his wife and child, who are waiting for him at his home. Most of the story takes place, during that brief few seconds, as he falls from his gallows - to the moment when his neck snaps. An incredible journey of mind.... look out, there's a sign post up ahead! Yep, this short film was also an episode of The Twilight Zone, with Rod Serling. I believe it was the only episode that was not produced by the great writing team that made the show. As a Twilight Zone, it aired Feb. 28, 1964 - episode 142.

10. One Step Beyond - Clown

Description: In this episode -The Clown, a jealous boyfriend kills his girlfriend, played by Yvette Mimieux, when he finds her hiding in Pippo the Clown's trailer at the carnival. Then - he is haunted by the menacing clown - but all in some dream world. This episode is probsably the original of all the scary clown tv and movie themes we have seen since. Really great episode - check out that clown's face! As a special treat - we provided this download as MPEG-1 files. Very nice - make a DVD or a VCD of this cool show.

11. One Step Beyond - Darkroom

Description: This is another great One Step Beyond episode. It stars the remarkable Cloris Leachman - as a young magazine photographer in France who is looking to capture some photos of the soul of France. Leachman is quite young in this episode and very attractive, though she always has a headache. Anyway - she gets a pensive visitor to photograph, played by Marcel Dalio. (you might recognize Dalio from Grand Illusion, where he played the French Officer, Rosenthal). In the end, the mysterious visitor attacks Leachman, and accuses her of infidelity. As it turns out - this guy murdered his wife in the same house many years ago, and has long since died. And - guess what, all the photos that Leachman took of this odd visitor turned out. Because he isn't in the picture... just empty chairs or walls. In another twist of synchronicity - this episode has an assistant director named Erich Von Stroheim, jr., whose dad also starred in La Grande Illusion. woooo... spooky!

12. One Step Beyond - Echo

Description: The episode of One Step Beyond features Ross Martin, best known as Artemus Gordon from The Wild, Wild, West TV show. Here he plays a husband, who just got tried - Not Guilty - for his wife's murder. But it seems - he really did it, and he goes mad, killing his brother-in-law from New Zealand, who is about to read him a letter from his dead sister, Ross Martin's dead wife. Funny thing - she only had nice things to say about Ross Martin, and wanted to leave him all her money!

13. One Step Beyond - Forests of the Night

Description: This episode of One Step Beyond features the great Alfred Ryder in the lead role, with Mark Roberts and Douglas Dick. Three guys go hunting, and play a funky fortune telling game with chopsticks. Ryder picks a weird chopstick, and they read him the message. When he hears it, he seems to be possessed - by a leopard, who eventually takes over his spirit. Later on, Ryder disappears - and they find a leopard in the American west, where no leopards live. No zoo or circus has reported one missing either! You probably remember Mark Roberts and Douglas Dick from Perry Mason, where each of them were guest stars in a few episodes. Mark Roberts was also on General Hospital.

14. One Step Beyond - Night of April 14th

Description: This is a great One Step Beyond episode about the maiden voyage of the unsinkable Titanic, and a favorite of fans of this terrific Sci-Fi Tv show. A bride to be, played by Barbara Lord, has nightmares about drowning in icy waters. Her fiance, played by Patrick Macnee then tells her they will not honeymoon in Switzerland, but will take a cruise to New York on the Titanic. Patrick Macnee is best known for his role as Steed in The Avengers with Miss Emma Peel, played by enchanting Diana Rigg. Also of note - John Newland discusses a novel written by Morgan Robertson called Futility, written in 1898, 14 years before The Titanic sank. In the book, an unsinkable ship 800 feet long (Titanic was 882 feet) hits an iceberg and sinks. Both ships could go 25 knots, both carried around 3,000 passengers, and both sunk in April. Oddly enough - the ship in Robertson's novel was called the Titan. You also get some vintage special effects, that compared to James Cameron's 1997 movie look pretty lame, but for their day, these fx were the bomb! I prefer Macnee to Leonardo DiCaprio anyway. And Barbara Lord is very attractive, but Kate Winslet seems more compelling and lovely, probably because Lord is a bit whacko in this episode. This is a great episode - we should offer it as a download in the near future.

15. One Step Beyond - Visitor

Description: One Step Beyond - The Visitor, features host John Newland, Warren Beatty, and Joan Fontaine. This episode is a classic - with a weird time warp, where Beatty visits his wife as a young man, and laments the loss of their baby. He has this time warp visitation when he gets in a car wreck in the snow and almost dies. ooooh, spooky!

16. W.C. Fields - Dentist

Description: The LikeTelevision™ Movie channel proudly presents W.C. Fields in The Dentist. In this 25 minute short film, the dentist is worried about his daughter, who likes the ice man. The disgruntled father threatens to buy a Frigidaire! Meanwhile, back at the office, the crazy dentist does his thing - also featured is the famous scene (see pic below) with its implied sadistic-sexual overtones. Very cheeky content for the day.

17. 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!

18. W.C. Fields - Golf Specialist

Description: The LikeTelevision™ Classic TV channel proudly presents W.C. Fields in The Golf Specialist. In this 20 minute short film, J. Effingham Bellweather, (played by W.C. Fields) is The Golf Specialist. At a swank resort, Mr. Bellweather finds a girl and tries to get in a round of golf. Features the most obnoxious caddy of all time!


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