Have Cheetah,Will View #404 – “Action Jackson” (1988)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #404 – “Action Jackson” (1988)

Its 11:20 pm dark/windy/rain     In terms of what is “hot” on today’s TV screens,the Star Wars series on the new Disney+ streaming service,”The Mandalorian” with its Baby Yoda is THE show to watch. For us older folks,we saw a name that really hasn’t been said enough and that is Carl Weathers.     … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #402 – “I Love You Again” (1940)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #402 – “I Love You Again” (1940)

Its 7:17 pm cold/dark/cheetah is patroling 2020 is off to a fun start for the cheetah and myself. We posted our “Best Of…..”list and watched the “Shaft” sequel as our first film of the year and we thought it was pretty good. But we still have a stash of goodies to make our way through … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #378 – “Jonny Quest-The Complete Series” (1964)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #378 – “Jonny Quest-The Complete Series” (1964)

Its 11:20 pm warm/dark When I was growing up I watched a lot of cartoons. I really enjoyed the action themed ones like “Spider-Man”, “Space Ghost” and “The Superfriends“. I also enjoyed a show that was different then the others because the adventure lasted the whole show. Other shows would jam 2-3 smaller stories but … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #371 – “Song of the Thin Man” (1947)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #371 – “Song of the Thin Man” (1947)

Its 3:22 am dark The cheetah and I have been all over the place filmwise this summer. We have seen a lot of excellent short films as well as outstanding sci-fi dystopian dramas as well. But we felt we needed to get back to our roots so to speak and that means reviewing another classic … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #336 – “Lawman”- Season Four (1961)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #336 – “Lawman”- Season Four (1961)

Its 12:20 pm sunny I heard a thump on my front porch last week and then the cheetah ruffled up at me. Seems like we had just gotten a new package from our contact “MP” from Warner Brothers Archive. We were pretty curious as to what could be possibly be in the box. The cheetah … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #331 – “The Thin Man Goes Home” (1944)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #331 – “The Thin Man Goes Home” (1944)

Its 2:08 pm overcast Fresh off our coverage of the four Lauren Bacall – Humphrey Bogart films,the cheetah and I were wondering what classic films series should we cover next.  We did the four Bogie-Bacall films,a Dick Tracy adventure and even a Nancy Drew movie as well. But there has been one series that I … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #330 – “The Gallant Men- The Complete Series” (1962)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #330 – “The Gallant Men- The Complete Series” (1962)

Its 12:09 pm overcast Back in 1962,ABC debuted two primetime war shows,”Combat!” which followed a squad of U.S. infantrymen fighting Nazis through France and Germany. It starred Rick Jason and Vic Morrow and it ran for five years to critical acclaim. The other shows was “The Gallant Men” which portrayed a Ernie Pyle like reporter … Continue reading