Tales of the Unexpected Episodes 25 to 36

http://www.talesoftheunexpectedtvseries.co.uk/tales-of-the-unexpected-episodes25to36.htm

Gorgeous 1963 Stephen Boyd & Gina Lollobrigida Cinémonde Magazine Cover

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French Magazine Stephen Boyd Movie Tribute

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Arthur C Clarke’s Home in Sri Lanka

Fascinating!

 

http://asiaobscura.com/2013/11/sifting-through-arthur-c-clarkes-dvd-collection-in-colombo.html

Colditz – Series 2: Review

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COLDITZ: SERIES 2

It was a terrible time, it really was.” Major Pat Reid, Colditz escapee.

 “You know, I’ve been here since 1940. In all that time all I’ve learnt is how to be a prisoner of war” Flight Lieutenant Simon Carter, Episode 12.

 Humanity is at the heart of Colditz. Yes, it is about the war. Yes, it is about life inside a prisoner of war camp. Ultimately, however, it is about human beings and how they cope with situations out of their control, and how they deal with war.

 The introduction, in the opening episode of Series 2, of Major Horst Mohn (Anthony Valentine) adds a touch of nastiness to the proceedings. This is not a pleasant man, and a direct contrast to the Kommandant who does what he can to make the lives of the prisoners at the very least bearable. Mohn goes out…

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‘1984 + 6’: Looking back on ‘1990’ – We Are Cult

http://wearecult.rocks/1984-6-looking-back-on-1990

The Donati Conspiracy – We Are Cult

http://wearecult.rocks/tag/the-donati-conspiracy

Colditz episode breakdown

https://kindkit.dreamwidth.org/184828.html

Episode Summeries | Colditz the TV Series

https://colditzthetvseries.wordpress.com/episode-summeries/

The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes: The Illustrious Client (1991)

Thinking about books

 television

Well, The Illustrious Client (1991) The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes: Season 1, Episode 5, dramatised by Robin Chapman, is not really a classic mystery to be solved by the application of brain power. Rather it’s a sad story of Sherlock Holmes (Jeremy Brett) completely failing to protect himself as he takes on a ruthless criminal who seduces women into marrying him and/or giving him money so he can collect very rare Chinese Porcelain. A wiser detective would quietly but thoroughly investigate our villain from a distance, giving no sign of his passing. This precaution would protect him from the fate that befell Le Brun, a French investigator who was beaten almost to death. But, of course, this would mean no melodrama. So not only does our hero confront the villain but, when threatened, ignores the warning and so gets beaten within an inch of his…

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