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I Spy: Chrysanthemum (1965)
I Spy Season #1, the 4th episode ....
As with most of the Episodic TV Shows , we indulge the writers to deliver entertainment with some elbow room for creativity. Here, we are given the same classic low key humor wrapped in the noir intrigue of 60's Cold War Spy VS Spy. We find our Heroes pairing up with what obviously is a Frenchman with inclinations to & with an homage to a clone of the classic French inspector Jacques Clouseau (*Peter Sellers). From an early on the spill into a public bath and subsequently wearing a rumpled soggy hat, the Frenchman is written into the script as a mirror image of the inept Inspector, with deep tendencies to pay tribute to the epic French bumbling fool of a crime fighter... i will say no more ...far be it from me to impose my opinion , leave it to say, I am totally captivated by the attention to rising action that (Director) David Friedkin builds into this engaging fourth episode of a very timeless classic mid century TV HIT Program. We all should be so lucky to have these Cold War Spy Shows to give us a glimpse into the by-gone era of American innocence captured forever. Enjoy the entire span of Kelly and Scott as they peruse International Espionage across the globe.
The Twilight Zone: The Grave (1961)
All Star Cast* On This Twilight Zone episode
Here we have , Lee Marvin, William Challee, Strother Martin , Lee Van Cleef, James Best & Stafford Repp...this may be one of the most illustrious of Hollywood's elite ever assembled on any of the Twilight Zone original TV episodes. William Challee always did have a dead on perfect Walter Houston, his imitation as seen in the first 7 minutes of this episode as a mirror image of old Walter (think Treasure of Sierra Madre & John Houston's Father) has to be what originally caught my eye as I have until now never seen this one. Marvin is, as always the somber and heavy protagonist as the over compensating mercenary / Bounty Hunter, even if his character seems to be the "good guy". This one is a very intense, well directed 30 minute "Western" with that "Serling Twist". It is now my favorite, without question TZ. Mark it down as one of the top ten all time Classic Twilight Zone's.