Thursday, April 29, 2010

Three Criders and a Crumley

Three Criders and a Crumley

These were for sale at the Sheboygan Public Library

I bought the top two.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Beer and Hippies and Hitchcock


Battle in Seattle starring Ray Liotta, Woody Harrelson, others. Dramatization of the 1999 Seattle riots. Okay, not really "riots" but a big mass of hippies destroying stuff. Told through six characters. Directed by that guy who used to be shacked up with Charlize Theron.

The American Brew: the rich and surprising history of beer. "Explores the evolution of beer through the centuries." Surprising facts: beer is brewed, beer comes in different colors, beer is wet.

Ultimate Hitchcock Collection, Six CDs.
Jamaica Inn from 1939 with Maureen O'Hara. Have not seen it.
Young and Innocent from 1937 starring Derrick De Marney.Have not seen it.
The Skin Game from 1931 starring Edmund Gwenn. Have not seen it.
The Sorcerer's Apprentice a television episode from 1963. Have not seen it.
The Manxman from 1929 starring Anny Ondra. Have not seen it. I don't know if the Isle of Man TT Road Race is still broadcast on Speed TV.

Juno and the Paycock from 1930 starring Sara Allgood. Have not seen it.
Champagne from 1928 starring Betty Balfour. Have not seen it.
The Cheney Vase a 1955 television episode starring Darren McGavin. Have not seen it.
The Farmer's Wife from 1928 starring Samuel Sweetland. Have not seen it.
Easy Virtue from 1928 starring Isabel Jeans. Have not seen it.
The Ring from 1927 starring Lilian Hall-Davis. Have not seen it.
Blackmail from 1929 starring NoOne InParticular.Have not seen it.
Lady Vanishes from 1938 starring NoNames Listed. Have not seen it.
Rich and Strange from 1932 starring NoNames Again. Have not seen it.
Sabotage from 1936 starring AnotherOne WithNoNames. Have not seen it.
Secret Agent from 1936 NoOne AtAll. Have not seen it.
The 39 Steps from 1938 starring LetsFaceIt Iwillnotlookupanynames. Seen it.
Number 17 from 1932. Have not seen it.
The Man Who Knew Too Much from 1934. Seen it.
The Lodger from 1926. Have not seen it.

Born Into Brothels Children of prostitutes are taught photography by some New York lady. A documentary.


The Big Short: inside the Doomsday machine by Michael Lewis.

Large Print

Eight Days to Live by Iris Johansen.

Shadow of Your Smile by Mary Higgins Clark.

Burning Lamps by Amanda Quick.

Monday, April 26, 2010

Nothing New

Nothing New

Nothing New by Empty Processing Cart. Seriously, there is nothing new.

Musical Interlude

Entertain yourself with the fabulous sounds of Los Straitjackets.