A list of my American 1970s TV shows.
Columbo: The Best American Detective Show.
The Incredible Hulk TV Show.
Kolchak - The Night Stalker.
U.S TV Shows/Television Movies/Documentaries: Late 40s - Present.
The Scooby-Doo Movies 1972 - 1973.
American movies: 1967 - 1979.
My choice of Sci Fi/Fantasy movies.
Charlton Heston: A huge star but also a dramatic actor.
Bela Lugosi - One of the Kings of Horror.
Karloff the Uncanny.
Lon Chaney Jr.
Sherlock Holmes - The Game's Afoot!
Horror classics from the 20s to the 40s.
Lon Chaney - the actor who lay the blue print for Horror films.
"Universal" Horror Movies - the birth of the genre in Hollywood.
Classic British Films.
Gene Hackman - His legacy is assured.
The Addams Family TV Show.
Planet of the Apes TV Show.
Superman - The Original Superhero.
Superman by Max Fleischer.
Batman - The Caped Crusader, The Dark Knight or Creature of the Night?
Superman - the Animated Series.
The Flash TV Show.
Rawhide - Introducing Clint Eastwood.
Thriller - 1960s Show.
Kung Fu TV Show.
Tales from the Crypt.
Star Trek: The Original Series.
Spider-Man TV Show 1977 - 1979.
Batman - the Animated Series.
The Batman 1960s TV Show.
"D.C Comics" in movies and TV.
Spider-Man: The Mascot of "Marvel Comics."
Film/TV/animated adaptations of "Marvel" superheroes
H.P Lovecraft: A Visionary.
Edgar Allan Poe - Master of the Macabre.
Richard Matheson - highlighting the career of a fine writer.
Stephen King adaptations throughout the years.
Ray Bradbury is one of the greats.
American 80s and 90s Classic Horror.
80s American films.
American 1990s cinema.
U.S TV shows from the 90s - some classics amongst them.
Vintage British TV.
The Saint - the Modern Day Robin Hood of crime.
Doctor Who: the Classic Years.
The Vintage British films - mid 50s to mid 60s.
Dad's Army: One of the Best!
"ITC" - Escapism TV.
The Beatles - Definition of Great Music.
The Rolling Stones.
British TV gave birth to some exciting character-motivated dramas from the 50s to the 70s.
Spy movies of all kinds.
Laurence Olivier: Often hailed as the greatest British actor of all time.
One of the true icons of British films - John Mills.
Celebrating the Comedy Genius Will Hay.
Classic War Films.
Edgar Wallace - Deserving of a bigger following.
Robert Newton: An actor with that certain spark!
Film Noir/Private Eye/Amateur Detective movies.
WWE Wrestling - The Golden Years.
WWF Superstars: When American wrestling was truly great!
1980s American TV.
M. R James - Master of the English Ghost Story.
Nigel Kneale: The Man Behind Quatermass.
Charles Dickens is still one of Britain's leading authors.
Kenneth More: the cheeky charmer of British cinema!
Alec Guinness - A man who took refuge within his acting.
Erich Von Stroheim.
Hitchcock - Master of Suspense.
Fritz Lang - An Artist of European Cinema.
Otto Preminger or "Otto the "Ogre?"
Orson Welles - a Maverick Filmmaker.
Josef Von Sternberg.
D.W Griffith - A Pioneer of the Motion Picture.
Don Siegel played a major role in redefining American cinema.
Francois Truffaut: A Representative of the New Wave of French Cinema.
James Stewart: The "Every Day" Man.
James Dean: The actor who initiated the youth movement in Hollywood.
Marilyn Monroe: One of the true icons of 50s American cinema.
American 50s cinema, including some of the biggest stars in history!
Montgomery Clift: Troubled but truly talented.
John Wayne (The Duke).
Western T.V Shows.
Sam Peckinpah: Maverick Film Director.
Albert Finney - Remaining True to his Acting Roots.
Nicol Williamson - Portrait of a Mercurial Talent.
R.I.P Sean Connery - A Legend of Cinema.
Michael Caine: A Big Star but An Overrated Actor.
Robert Shaw - an acting force to be reckoned with.
Stanley Baker - a worthy talent.
Some of the leading animated TV shows.
Computer games to remember.
"The Transformers" remains a defining animated show. This list includes different versions of this franchise.
1960s U.S TV shows.
American Comedies: Late 1970s to the early 1990s.
Robin Williams - A troubled but talented comedian.
Sylvester Stallone - The biggest action star of the 80s and 90s.
Richard Burton - A talent never quite fulfilled.
Ian Hendry is finally getting his due as an actor.
"Star Trek" - The original cast are still the best!
Rod Serling's "Twilight Zone" phenomena - American TV wouldn't be quite the same again.
"The X Files."
"The Outer Limits" - a show which didn't quite up to its potential.
The classic British crime TV shows.
Music documentaries/concerts/videos of various kinds.
Guitarists who truly rock!
"Universal" TV: some of the most memorable shows in history.
Various American TV stars/ character actors.
John Carpenter, alias the "Prince of Darkness" of Cinema.
Trevor Howard remains one of the finest character actors of his time.
British Comedy movies.
Various British horror films.
Boxing documentaries of various fighters and eras.
Muhammad Ali: an inspiration as well as the greatest heavyweight boxer in history.
Paul Newman aka "Ol Blue Eyes."
McQueen - King of Cool.
American movies - 1960 to 1965.
Warren Oates: An underrated character actor.
Robert Duvall - A seasoned character actor/occasional leading man.
Peter Sellers - A highly creative comic actor.
Terry Thomas defined the "upper class cad" of British comedy.
Tommy Lee Jones: A more rugged kind of leading man/character actor.
Robert De Niro - Talented actor or a one-trick pony?
Dustin Hoffman - One of the leading actors of his generation.
A list of actors from the Horror genre.
"The Munsters" - America's First Family of Fright.
Derren Nesbitt - the charming villain of British film and TV.
Laurel and Hardy - I'm still laughing after all these years!
Buster Keaton is the ultimate comedy genius of silent film.
Chaplin: One of comedy's biggest icons.
Harold Lloyd - The Third Genius.
W.C Fields: The Lovable Rogue of American Comedy.
Serial shows - the classic ones.
Some of the adaptations from different authors/novelists.
Harold Pinter - an original writer.
Charles Laughton is the acting equal of Olivier, Gielgud and Richardson combined.
Cagney, Bogart, Flynn, Robinson, Davis and others.
Bette Davis, known as "the Queen of the Lot" at "Warner Bros."
Werner Herzog explored new territory with German cinema.
Fellini - a giant of Italian cinema.
Jean Renoir was a fine director in his own right.
Burt Reynolds. A much missed star.
Roy Scheider could act with the best of them!
Charles Bronson - A late bloomer for stardom.
Elliott Gould - A solid leading man in his day.
Sidney Lumet - A director to be remembered.
Jack Nicholson - Oscar-nominated more times than any other actor of his time.
Klaus Kinski - always on the edge!
Some of my favourite actors.
Film stars throughout the decades.
Some of the best directors throughout cinema history.
Dracula - The King of the Vampires!
M.G.M - The Classic Years.
Martial Arts Movies/TV/Documentaries.
John Hurt - One of the Finest Actors.