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» Saturday, April 07, 2012Some of My Favorite TV Movies
The Questor Tapes (part 1 of 10)
(just follow the "part 2 of, part 3 of..." to continue)
A creepy favorite:
A Cold Night's Death (1973 TV) ~ pt. 1
(just follow ~ pt. 2, ~ pt. 3, etc.)
One of my especially favorites, with a great theme song, and directed by John Badham:
Isn't It Shocking? 1
(followed by 2, 3, etc.)
Someone made a nice suite of David Shire's score for the film.
The pilot film for the limited series The Snoop Sisters:
The Female Instinct Part 1
(followed by Part 2, Part 3, etc.—great theme song here, too)
Four great actresses (Helen Hayes, Mildred Natwick, Myrna Loy and Sylvia Sidney) in a thriller about a computer dating prank that goes radially wrong:
Do Not Fold, Spindle or Mutilate, Part 1
(followed by Part 2, etc.)
Daughter of the Mind (1969) P1
(with the late, great Ray Milland, based on The Hand of Mary Constable by Paul Gallico, continue with "P2," "P3," etc.)
These films need to be out on DVD! The only one released that I know of is the Snoop sisters story, which is included with the four episodes of the series on The Snoop Sisters DVD.