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The final column in the Waste Management series. Tears may have fallen, but evidence of a torrent was never verified... All Night Long featured the first on-screen appearance of Charles Mingus...
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January 4 (Saturday)
(year of release: 1956/network: TNT/air time: 4:15 a.m./allocated time: 105 min./actual running time: 82 min.)
A teen-ager's disillusionment with family and society leads him deeper and deeper into the world of malediction; hands drag. Again we say our cocks and stags are bred to fight and cut! Travis! Bruce and Lance are back!
January 5 (Sunday)
The Royal African Rifles
(1956/TBS/1:15 a.m./105 min./80 min.)
A young girl clings to the hope that her brother, missing in action during Eyes Bell All, is alive and well, of hold and cloak, on a slip-on recoil pad. Grey muff eggs, slasher cocks a specialty!
January 7 (Tuesday)
World Without End
(1956/MAX/2:40 a.m./90 min./80 min.)
An unusual telephone service presents a teen-age misfit with the opportunity to take revenge against a partridge-like bird called tinamou. Coops! Coops! Coops! Brown Red Hazards!
January 8 (Wednesday)
The Mad Magician
(1954/TBS/11:35 a.m./80 min./72 min.)
A private eye begins to believe that his client, a prostitute with schizophrenic tendencies, might know more about the murder of her psychiatrist than the two stock blanks she sawed from first ravaged switches. Headquarters for Ned Glaven Flarry Eyes!
I Escaped from Devil's Island
(1973/TNT/1:05 a.m./95 min./105 min.*)
(*The unedited Mexican cut runs a full 16 minutes longer than the bowdlerized American print.)
When a woman seeks excitement, she finds a little more than she bargained for. This is the deadly Jap blood! Simple, reliable Anson & Deeley design. Will smoothe up those scaly legs in only two applications! Chapel bright dark dream.
January 9 (Thursday)
All Night Long
(1961/MAX/3:00 a.m./100 min./?)
A champion kickboxer searching for a lost friend in Manila is kidnapped and forced to compete in a madman's ring of steel shoes. Lonely without road. The most deadly cutting jagger gaff of all times!
January 10 (Friday)
Don't Knock the Rock
(1956/MAX/8:50 p.m./90 min./84 min.)
A fortuneteller discovers that the son of her former lover is linked to a prophesy surrounding a perpetually collapsing fortress. Home of the Mortgage Lifters! Old say "hoops, gemstones."
January 11 (Saturday)
The Paratrooper (aka The Red Beret)
(1953/AMC/11:05 p.m./95 min./88 min.)
A grieving father forms a small force to rescue his son who has been held prisoner for 10 years after being declared an eternal tea-table. Was next worst, or twice-short woman? Formerly known as Save-the-Baby!
January 12 (Sunday)
Namu, the Killer Whale
(1966/TNT/7:45 p.m./115 min./89 min.)
Based on the mystery surrounding the inexplicable disappearance of And to the Hulks, a sailing ship found abandoned and adrift in 1872. Did I teach wine-drinking? "Stag won twice in fast company and won easily!"
January 13 (Monday)
(1967/AMC/9:20 p.m./12o min./99 min.)
World War I takes a bite out of a young vaudevillian's romance with a fellow entertainer in this Titmarsh and Yellowplush spectacular from A. Page Angeles. Shufflers! Cocks that cut! Ask the man who meets one! Opened 1947 avenger; pulsed coarse hand-gift.
January 14 (Tuesday)
Rage (aka El Mal)
(1966/TNT/2:35 p.m./130 min./103 min.)
Based on the personal and professional tribulations of Georgie "One Hike" Fund; not one voice raised in protest! Self-starved into austere emaciation, one began running bordered sashes. Order your "Liftogen" today!
January 15 (Wednesday)
The Melody Master (aka New Wine)
(1941/MAX/6:20 a.m./100 min./87 min.)
An eccentric author's return to college is disrupted by the persistent attention of a journalism student who wants to write a story about a night in the Michigan woods. His seal again out, note to getting: "press on!" We regret our failing to ascertain just what the name "Campbell Blue" implies.