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1. Alfred Hitchcock Hour - Piece of the Action

Description: The Alfred Hitchcock Hour debuted in 1962 afterseven seasons of success with Alfred Hitchcock Presents, a half hour show that ran from 1955-1962. The first episode called a Piece of the Action starred Gig Young as a professional gambler named Duke Marsden. His brother, Chuck Marsden (played by Robert Redford, age 25) is supposed to be going to join a law firm in Boston, but Chuck thinks he should be a professional gambler instead and when he visits his brother, he comes looking for a high stakes Poker game. This is a great episode, so I won't give you any spoilers. Okay, I can't resist. Raymond Bailey, best known as Mr. Drysdale of the Beverly Hillbillies gets whacked for cheating in the first 5 minutes. Just enjoy the show, and go wow after it is over.

2. Police Report Assault

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents Police Report! Assault - also known as Uberfall, or Accident. Directed by Erno Metzner in 1928 - this 21 minute film is a fast paced story about a coin that seems to bring nothing but bad luck to whoever holds it. I don't want to do anything to spoil the story - so you'll just have to check it out. Highly entertaining and good for many chuckles.

3. Skittle Poker by Aurora

Description: Skittle Poker by Aurora! Great commercial - and a fun game! Get a few cards and complete your hand using the skittle shooter to land a marble in the right “hole“. With Don Adams as the Colorado Kid. Tons of other stars - know their names? Post the answers in the message board and win fame forever!

4. 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.

5. Tell Tale Heart

Description: The LikeTelevision™ Movie channel proudly presents - The Tell-Tale Heart - based on the classic Edgar Allan Poe story of the same title. This is a great version and very scary!

6. 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.

7. Thursday's Game

Description: The LikeTelevision™ Movie channel proudly presents - Thursday's Game - with Gene Wilder, Bob Newhart, Valerie Harper, Ellen Burstyn, Cloris Leachman, Nancy Walker, Chris Sarandon, Rob Reiner, Norman Fell, Richard Gautier and Martha Scott. Harry and Marvin decide to blow off the usual Thursday Poker game, and things get crazy when their wives find out. What have they been doing on Thursday night? hilarious comedy with some of the greatest actors of the glory days of television sitcoms.

8. You Asked For It - Episode twelve

Description: The LikeTelevision™ Classic TV channel proudly presents You Asked For It!, Television's Greatest Request Show. This episode features a professional monkey wrestler Gorgeous Joe, Boogie Woogie piano by Ivory Joe Hunter, magic by Robert Haskell and a William Tell, apple on the head, re-enactment!


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