Hamilton Luske - Movies
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Thu Jul 01 00:00:00 MDT 2010msullivan1 Rating:5.0
Great movie ! Hamilton is so young and handsome !!! The original Clash of the Titians brings back many good ol' memories !!! I love Be-Bo !!
Tue Jan 08 00:00:00 MST 2008montanablue45 Rating:4.0
Awesome, very funny. It made the perfect Christmas gift for several people in my family. I would reccomend this to anyone. It would be a little over younger kids' heads but not filthy. Thank you.
Sat Oct 10 00:00:00 MDT 2009ziara Rating:5.0
I attended one of Anthony Hamilton's concerts. He was so energetic and had a very strong singing voice. I really enjoyed seeing his show. Now that I have the DVD, I can see his concert at anytime I want to.
Thu Aug 07 00:00:00 MDT 2008Rating:5.0
I first saw Anne of Green Gables and its Sequel on PBS. After seeing the movies, I was enamored with the stories. I researched it some more and found that Kevin Sullivan had made a third movie, The Continuing Story, which I caught glimpses of on Youtube. That cemented my decision to buy the DVD set. Whenever I want to relax or smile, I play the DVDs. The bonus features are all worth it too. One note I would like to make: while the Continuing Story differs from the Anne of Green Gables timeline, Kevin Sullivan did an incredible job of giving me a sense of World War 1 -- better than anything I ever learned about the Great War in school. Also, the actors are well-cast! Megan Follows, Jonathan Crombie!!, Colleen Dewhurst, Richard Farmsworth, Patricia Hamilton, and Schuyler Grant are excellent actors! I wish Kevin Sullivan would create another movie with these same actors, except Anne and Gilbert would be parents of a lot of kids. It would be interesting to see how they deal with family life and the stresses of the world. I also bought the movie soundtrack by Hagood Hardy. The music is beautiful! Overall, I highly recommend this DVD set. It's far better to replay these movies than to watch the violence and silly reality shows on TV. I know Kevin Sullivan created some other shows (Road to Avonlea and others), and I hope they show on PBS for me and others to enjoy.
Thu May 20 00:00:00 MDT 2010cbrockow Rating:5.0
Superman/Atom Man vs. Superman Before George Reeves played the famous superhero, there was Kirk Alyn who wore the costume for the first on-screen version of Superman. Superman was a movie serial that came out in 1948. A movie serial was a fifteen-minute film that ended with a cliffhanger. This was done so that the audience would come back to see the next installment, or next episode, the following week These movie serials were done before television. Television came out in 1949; the first Superman serial appeared in theaters in 1948. The special effects were very primitive by today’s standard, but they were very effective for that time. To have Superman fly, the audience saw Kirk Alyn jump, and then turn into a cartoon. When Superman landed, he was a cartoon, and then changed back to Kirk Alyn. This may sound bad, but it was not. The animations for these serials were done very well. Not only were the flying scenes animated, but also bullets, explosions, and even when Superman busted through walls, it was all animated. Noel Neill played Lois Lane for the first time in 1948, and right from the start, she set the standard for the character. Tommy Bond, who played Butch in The Little Rascals, played Jimmy Olsen. Pierre Watkin played Perry White. He did not play him as rough as John Hamilton, but he was convincing as a newspaper editor. Carol Forman played the villainess who was building a reducer ray to create evil in Metropolis. Superman was fifteen chapters long, and each one was fifteen minutes long. It was not a big production, but it was a big success. Today’s children may find it boring, or even stupid, but for fans of Superman, this is a treasure. After the success of Superman, Columbia filmed a second serial in 1950: Atom Man vs. Superman. Just like the first, Kirk Alyn, Noel Neill, Tommy Bond, and Pierre Watkin came back to reprise their rolls. Lyle Talbot played the part of Luthor. (The character was not known by Lex Luthor yet) Television had just come out, but not everyone had a set. Theaters were still showing serials, and Atom Man vs. Superman was one of the last serials to be filmed. This one has a lot more action than the first. Superman has to battle Luthor, who is the Atom Man, and save Metropolis from his demands. This installment of Superman was ahead of its time. Luthor is a scientist, and he developed an ark that can take a person’s atoms, and place them somewhere else. Sounds like the transporter beam used in Star Trek, but this was done sixteen years before Star Trek. Another way this serial was ahead of its time was that they used the new media, television, to have Lois interviewing people on the streets. Atom Man vs. Superman did not change their special effects. Kirk Ayln still turned into a cartoon to fly, the bullets that bounced off his chest, and busting through walls were still animated. In the chapter called:"Into the Empty Doom”, the special effects were done very well, especially when Superman was a phantom. This was done before we knew about the Phantom Zone, another example on how this was ahead of its time. If you have the time, grab some popcorn, your friends, and family, relax on the couch, and enjoy these two early installments of Superman.
Wed May 27 00:00:00 MDT 2015Edward L. Rating:4.0
Love George Hamilton in his role as a Dracula caught up in the 20th century. Some pretty funny scenes in there (the disco scene lol). Highly recommended!
Sat Aug 26 00:00:00 MDT 2006sgttack Rating:5.0
It has been almost 50 years since these episodes aired, and they are more entertaining and interesting than most of what is shown today. My family loves these hour long glimpses of the past, the characters are wonderful and intellegently deplicted. The plots are sometimes far fetched, but always a pleasure to watch. This set includes 19 episodes, no commercials, and is shown in black and white as originally aired. Raymond Burr is Perry Mason, and is supported by his long suffering Secretary/Assistant Della Street, played by Barbara Hale. Private Investigator Paul Drake (William Hopper)rounds out the Mason team. The local homicide cop Lt Tragg (Ray Collins), and DA Hamilton Burger (William Talman)always assume the worst of Perry Mason and Company , and tend to keep the counselor on his toes. Cool cars, snappy clothes, theme music and unspoiled California are featured in almost every episode, We can't wait for the rest of this series, it is worth every cent.
Wed Jan 27 00:00:00 MST 2010cokekam Rating:5.0
Product was shipped extremely fast and in perfect condition.
Tue Mar 20 00:00:00 MDT 2007cyndyk2 Rating:5.0
Thanks to whoever finally brought this wonderful series to DVD!! Gloriously romantic, great production values, fabulous cast -- please bring on the rest of the series! Ron Perlman, Linda Hamilton, Roy Dotrice and the rest are still frozen in perfect amber in the most beautiful fantasy series ever made.
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