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 Post subject: Re: TV Bits and pieces
PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2016 10:07 pm 
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It was really good, even though a lot of it pissed me off (again). I never knew (or didn't remember) Robert Kardashian doubting him. Never saw his reaction. I also never really thought about how long the jurors were sequestered and how hard that must have been. (Doesn't excuse the verdict though!) I was really surprised at how good David Schwimmer was and surprised at how not-so-good (lol) John Travolta was. I had a lot of trouble watching the scenes with Cuba, too.

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2016 1:13 am 
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Hi Mal ... didn't know the mini-series was over.

The only thing I remember about Kardashian was, he supposedly took OJs clothes bag when OJ returned from Las Vegas, and disposed of it. So, he knew. I thought it was sad that Kris K. could not testify to what Nicole told her (about OJ) because it was hearsay. Today, there would have been many motions and hearings over that one issue.

ALSO, I don't know if it was in the mini-series, but in one of the books I read, OJ supposedly took medication (given by attorneys) to make his hands swell -- the day he tried on the gloves. You can see his confidence when he was trying them on. Of course, they normally fit. They were HIS gloves.

I don't know why I am so fascinated with OJ and his cases. There is still mystery about it all. He is eligible for parole October, 2017. He will be 70.


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 30, 2016 11:36 pm 
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I absolutely love old westerns. I know in a previous life, I must have been a Miss Kitty (Amanda Blake) type, I just feel it.

Nothing to this .. just a Rifleman scene and a clip of the man who was always the villain.

Lee Van Cleef (Dan Mowry) shares a drink with The Rifleman (Chuck Connors). This was their first scene together. Although, Van Cleef stood over six feet tall, at nearly 6'6", Connors towers above him.

Lee Van Cleef meets the Rifleman





Lee Van Cleef in his only interview with Johnny Carson. Sadly, Lee passed away within months following this interview.




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