Archive for The Forgotten

Just the ticket

Posted in FILM with tags , , , , , on March 12, 2019 by dcairns


Who’s there?


Mischa Auer?


I’ve written about THE YELLOW TICKET (Raoul Walsh, 1932) before but now it’s a special Tuesday edition of The Forgotten (delayed by root canal).



Posted in FILM, Politics, Science, Television with tags , , , , , on February 21, 2019 by dcairns

The breeze-block-like countenance of Brian Dennehy always comforts me.

Over at The Notebook, an obscure Joseph Sargent TV mini-series.

Sargent is the man. And he directed a film called THE MAN, so that works.



Posted in FILM with tags , , , on February 7, 2019 by dcairns

I’m on a train from York which won’t let me upload pictures.

The new edition of my column The Forgotten, however, is here.

And where else are you going to see Tommy Udo, Mister Tibbs, the Glueman, Det. Milton Arbogast, Underdog and Giacomo Casanova all on the same battleship?