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26 May

De Mille and the WE'RE NOT DRESSING (1934) PARAMOUNT starring Bing Crosby. AKA: BLACK CARGOS OF THE SOUTH SEAS ADORABLE SAVAGE, THE (1920) UNIVERSAL (Silent) From novel: “Marama: A Tale of the South Pacific” with other quasi Polynesian character names.

ADORABLE OUTCAST, THE (1928) UNION MASTER (Australia) Early Australian movie with the theme of interracial romancethat experimented on using some American cast and crew but failed. Native Murama goes off to school then comes back to her dad’s rubber plantation in Fiji to find out she’s a half breed so she runs off to marry a Fijian and goes native all the way. ADVENTURE (1925) PARAMOUNT Tom Moore, Pauline Stark, Wallace Beery and Duke Kahanamoku in Jack London story of a woman who saves plantation owner from black fever and collectors.

Sorry that’s so inconvenient for Christmas shopping. of the weekly podcast and public-radio show is simple: It seizes on a topic in the recent news (or an occasion such as Thanksgiving or the election) and squeezes it through the wringer of American history.

Margaux posted hers last week, Carl’s is today, and Chris’s will be next week. I’m pleased this list begins with maybe the geekiest thing on it – what’s more, not produced in any conventional cultural capital but at the University of Virginia. The chatty and casual hosts are three UV history professors, the “American History Guys”: “18th-Century Guy,” “19th-Century Guy” and “20th-Century Guy.” The latter has the rawest deal because the other two are kinda automatically fascinating.

James Garner (as Bret Maverick) is the sole star for the first seven episodes.

With episode eight, he's joined by Jack Kelly as brother Bart Maverick.

Crichton ends up the obvious leader and savior of this upper class survival party.

series leads Will Hutchins (Sugarfoot), Peter Brown (Lawman), Jack Kelly (Maverick), Ty Hardin (Bronco), James Garner (Maverick), Wayde Preston (Colt .45), and John Russell (Lawman) The following is an episode list for ABC's 1957 comedy-western television series, Maverick, created by Roy Huggins and starring James Garner, Jack Kelly, Roger Moore, and Robert Colbert as Bret, Bart, Beau, and Brent Maverick respectively.Fellows and Samish would alternate who got top billing.John Conwell took over Fellows’ old title of assistant to the executive producer.Original version of this popular movie was filmed in 1918.Other versions were: MALE AND FEMALE (1919) PARAMOUNT, a silent directed by Cecil B.