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reviewed Strangers With Candy (movie). August 03, 2010
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Strangers With Candy
"Hello, I'm Jerri Blank and - and I'm an alcoholic. I'm also addicted to amphetamines as well as main line narcotics. Some people say I have a sex addiction, but I think all those years of prostitution …
reviewed The Mothers-in-Law: The Complete Series. August 01, 2010
The Mothers-in-Law: The Complete Series
Props to MPI Video for finally resurrecting this short-lived 1960s sitcom gem. THE MOTHERS-IN-LAW was the first big project helmed by Desi Arnaz after he divorced Lucille Ball and stepped down from the …
reviewed Knots Landing: The Complete First Season. July 30, 2010
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Knots Landing: The Complete First Season
A successful spin-off from "Dallas", KNOTS LANDING followed the Ewings' troubled middle son Gary (Ted Shackelford) and his estranged wife Valene (Joan Van Ark), as they attempt to re-build their relationship …
The Dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood
Whether it's black and white or the original colour format, I'll take THE DANGEROUS CHRISTMAS OF RED RIDING HOOD however I can. This charming time capsule from the golden age of TV musical extravaganzas …
reviewed The Music Man. July 15, 2010
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The Music Man
Once again here's another budget UK "public domain" CD release. In the last few years many British music labels have taken advantage of a legal loophole which classifies music recordings that are over …
reviewed Dynasty: Season Four Vol. 2. July 08, 2010
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Dynasty: Season Four Vol. 2
The ABC Network's answer to the hugely-popular primetime soap "Dallas", DYNASTY was created by Esther and Richard Shapiro to be the most flamboyant, daring and outrageous of all night-time drama series. …
reviewed Gypsy: Original Broadway Cast. July 06, 2010
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Original Broadway Cast
A British loophole classifying music recordings over 50 years old as "public domain" has unleashed a glut of cheap CD reissues of classic musical soundtracks and cast recordings. While these releases …
Cybill: The Collector's Edition Volume 1
Following up her acclaimed role in "Moonlighting" was never going to be an easy task, but in 1995 Cybill Shepherd returned with the zany TV sitcom, CYBILL. Shepherd plays Cybill Sheridan, a middle-aged …
reviewed Dynasty: Season Four, Vol. 1. July 05, 2010
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Dynasty: Season Four, Vol. 1
The ABC Network's answer to the hugely-popular primetime soap "Dallas", DYNASTY was created by Esther and Richard Shapiro to be the most flamboyant, daring and outrageous of all night-time drama series. …
reviewed Anastasia Affaire -Judy Kaye / Len Ca.... July 04, 2010
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Anastasia Affaire -Judy Kaye / Len Cariou
Robert Wright and George 'Chet' Forrest's musical version of "Anastasia" first opened on Broadway in 1965. Based on the successful Marcelle Maurette/Guy Bolton play, ANYA was a dismal failure, playing …
reviewed Here's Lucy: Season One. July 01, 2010
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Here's Lucy: Season One
In 1968, not long after production had wrapped on "The Lucy Show", Lucille Ball embarked on the third TV incarnation of her beloved Lucy character in the sitcom HERE'S LUCY.     Recruiting …
reviewed Two's Company - The Complete Series. July 01, 2010
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Two's Company - The Complete Series
Commissioned by London Weekend Television (LWT) in 1975, TWO'S COMPANY starred the divine Elaine Stritch as Dorothy McNab, an American mystery novelist living and working in London, who takes on the stuffy, …
reviewed Two's Company - Complete Series 2. June 30, 2010
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Two's Company - Complete Series 2
Commissioned by London Weekend Television (LWT) in 1975, TWO'S COMPANY starred the divine Elaine Stritch as Dorothy McNab, an American mystery novelist living and working in London, who takes on the stuffy, …
reviewed Two's Company - Complete Series Three. June 30, 2010
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Two's Company - Complete Series Three
Commissioned by London Weekend Television (LWT) in 1975, TWO'S COMPANY starred the divine Elaine Stritch as Dorothy McNab, an American mystery novelist living and working in London, who takes on the stuffy, …
reviewed Two's Company - Complete Series 4. June 30, 2010
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Two's Company - Complete Series 4
Commissioned by London Weekend Television (LWT) in 1975, TWO'S COMPANY starred the divine Elaine Stritch as Dorothy McNab, an American mystery novelist living and working in London, who takes on the stuffy, …
reviewed Les Enfants De LA Mariee. June 29, 2010
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Les Enfants De LA Mariee
CHILDREN OF THE BRIDE (the first installment of the "...Bride" trilogy starring Rue McClanahan, is a gentle and funny comedy, perfect for the entire family.     Middle-aged divorced …
reviewed Battling for Baby. June 29, 2010
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Battling for Baby
If you're a fan of Debbie Reynolds or Suzanne Pleshette (or both), you'll love BATTLING FOR BABY (aka. "Raising Trouble"), a fun comedy which also has an early appearance from Courteney Cox-Arquette. …
reviewed Two's Company - Complete Series 1. June 29, 2010
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Two's Company - Complete Series 1
Commissioned by London Weekend Television (LWT) in 1975, TWO'S COMPANY starred the divine Elaine Stritch as Dorothy McNab, an American mystery novelist living and working in London, who takes on the stuffy, …
reviewed Dynasty - Seasons 1 & 2. June 27, 2010
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Dynasty - Seasons 1 & 2
The ABC Network's answer to the hugely-popular primetime soap "Dallas", DYNASTY was created by Esther and Richard Shapiro to be the most flamboyant, daring and outrageous of all night-time drama series. …
reviewed Dynasty - Season Three, Vol. 1. June 26, 2010
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Dynasty - Season Three, Vol. 1
The ABC Network's answer to the hugely-popular primetime soap "Dallas", DYNASTY was created by Esther and Richard Shapiro to be the most flamboyant, daring and outrageous of all night-time drama series. …
reviewed Dynasty: Season Three, Vol. 2. June 26, 2010
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Dynasty: Season Three, Vol. 2
The ABC Network's answer to the hugely-popular primetime soap "Dallas", DYNASTY was created by Esther and Richard Shapiro to be the most flamboyant, daring and outrageous of all night-time drama series. …
reviewed Dynasty - The Second Season. June 25, 2010
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Dynasty - The Second Season
The ABC Network's answer to the hugely-popular primetime soap "Dallas", DYNASTY was created by Esther and Richard Shapiro to be the most flamboyant, daring and outrageous of all night-time drama series. …
reviewed Dynasty - The Complete First Season. June 24, 2010
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Dynasty - The Complete First Season
The ABC Network's answer to the hugely-popular primetime soap "Dallas", DYNASTY was created by Esther and Richard Shapiro to be the most flamboyant, daring and outrageous of all night-time drama series. …
reviewed Kwamina. June 18, 2010
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Kwamina
Set during a period of great political and sociological turmoil in the Belgian Congo, KWAMINA tells the story of an unlikely (albeit inevitable) love story between Eve, a female British doctor, played …
reviewed The Sound Of Music. June 14, 2010
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The Sound Of Music
A British loophole classifying music recordings over 50 years old as "public domain" has unleashed a glut of cheap CD reissues of classic musical soundtracks and cast recordings. While these releases …
reviewed Judy / In Love. June 11, 2010
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Judy / In Love
There was and is something uniquely special about the many albums Judy Garland recorded during her ten-year contract with Capitol Records (1955-65). Her previous years on the Decca label were of course …
reviewed Warm and Willing. June 08, 2010
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Warm and Willing
Anna Maria Alberghetti's Tony Award-winning Broadway musical debut in "Carnival!" was literally just around the corner when the talented, classically-trained singer recorded this 1960 jazz-flavoured album …
reviewed Debbie. June 08, 2010
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Debbie
Debbie Reynolds never set out to become a musical recording artist - quite the contrary. Even her movie stardom seemed to come out of nowhere (she was signed by MGM after competing, as a dare, in a Miss …
reviewed Peter Pan. June 07, 2010
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Peter Pan
Mary Martin first flew onto the Broadway stage as "Peter Pan" in 1954. While the show itself only played for four months (152 performances), producers wisely inked a deal for a special live TV telecast …
reviewed Songs from Starlight Express & Cats. June 07, 2010
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Songs from Starlight Express & Cats
The late, great Stephanie Lawrence ("Blood Brothers") is the main reason to seek out this CD, which was originally issued as part of Pickwick's "Shows Collection" range in 1994-95. Gathering songs from …
reviewed Duet. June 05, 2010
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Duet
This is arguably Doris Day's finest hour in the recording studio. DUET was Day's first and only musical partnership with jazz composer AndrĂ© Previn in 1961. The album surprised Day's harshest critics, …
reviewed Songs from Guys & Dolls. June 01, 2010
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Songs from Guys & Dolls
This 1995 studio cast recording of GUYS AND DOLLS (originally issued as part of Pickwick's "Shows Collection" range) is a very enjoyable presentation of the Frank Loesser musical, which was based on the …
reviewed Soundtrack. June 01, 2010
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Soundtrack
A British loophole classifying music recordings over 50 years old as "public domain" has unleashed a glut of cheap CD reissues of classic musical soundtracks and cast recordings. While these releases …
reviewed Very Best of Judy Garland: The Capito.... May 29, 2010
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Very Best of Judy Garland: The Capitol Recordings
I'm only going to be reinforcing the other glowing reviews for this CD set. Quite simply it's THE MOST comprehensive collection of Judy Garland's Capitol output, with the complete albums of "Miss Show …
reviewed Man I Love With Frank Sinatra. May 24, 2010
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Man I Love With Frank Sinatra
1957's THE MAN I LOVE found Peggy Lee in the recording studio with not only some beautiful arrangements from Nelson Riddle, but old blue eyes himself, Frank Sinatra, conducting the orchestra.    Certa …
reviewed Sings the Peggy Lee Songbook. May 24, 2010
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Sings the Peggy Lee Songbook
Following hot on the heels of her Rosemary Clooney tribute disc (Bette Midler Sings The Rosemary Clooney Songbook) Bette Midler's salute to the musical stylings of Peggy Lee is an equally satisfying treat, …
reviewed Wonderful Day/With a Smile and a Song. May 23, 2010
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Wonderful Day/With a Smile and a Song
This is one of the more mis-matched Doris Day album twofers, but her fans aren't likely to complain. Featuring her 'greatest hits' compilation album WONDERFUL DAY, plus the children's sing-along title …
reviewed Jane In Spain. May 23, 2010
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Jane In Spain
The Sepia label's ongoing love affair with the recordings of Jane Morgan continues with this outstanding release of her 1959 album, JANE IN SPAIN. In the late 1950s and into the early 1960s, it seemed …
reviewed Rosie Solves the Swingin Riddle. May 22, 2010
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Rosie Solves the Swingin Riddle
Recorded in 1960 at the height of their love affair, Rosemary Clooney and arranger Nelson Riddle make some of their sweetest music in ROSIE SOLVES THE SWINGIN' RIDDLE.    You might …
reviewed Think Pink! A Kay Thompson Party. May 21, 2010
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Think Pink! A Kay Thompson Party
For old fans and new, this unprecedented three-CD boxset of Kay Thompson material is, undoubtedly, the motherload. Covering her years with the Williams Brothers, her contributions to the MGM musicals …
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