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midcenturymodernfreak:

Mid-Century Modern Meat Section
1961 Steinberg’s Supermarket | Montreal, Canada - Via

midcenturymodernfreak:

Mid-Century Modern Meat Section

1961 Steinberg’s Supermarket | Montreal, Canada - Via

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atomic-flash:

Cover for 1963 edition of World of Tomorrow (1963), Karl Zeigfried (i.e. R. L. Fanthorpe) ~ Uncredited Artist: probably Henry Fox

atomic-flash:

Cover for 1963 edition of World of Tomorrow (1963), Karl Zeigfried (i.e. R. L. Fanthorpe) ~ Uncredited Artist: probably Henry Fox

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heck-yeah-old-tech:

The “Star Trek: Strategic Operations Simulator” overlay for the stock Atari 2600 joystick. I’ve never seen one since it wasn’t necessary for gameplay and half the people who played the game weren’t using stock Atari sticks.

heck-yeah-old-tech:

The “Star Trek: Strategic Operations Simulator” overlay for the stock Atari 2600 joystick. I’ve never seen one since it wasn’t necessary for gameplay and half the people who played the game weren’t using stock Atari sticks.

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: The role of Luther wasn’t written for you. You made him your own after reading the script. Name something you drew inspiration from that might surprise us.

IDRIS ELBA: [Laughs] Columbo. Columbo was a detective that never changed his clothes and never really adhered to social graces. He wasn’t violent, but he was very sort of obtrusive when he wanted to be just to get to the truth, and wouldn’t mind putting himself in harm’s way. I just loved that character, and you’ll see me walking around with my hands in my pockets a lot — that’s just my homage to Columbo.
Idris Elba talking about how Columbo informed his portrayal of DCI John Luther. (Thanks to listener Matthew York for hepping us to this tidbit over on the Just One More Thing website)

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tompeyer:

Detective Comics #222. August, 1955. Cover by Win Mortimer. 

tompeyer:

Detective Comics #222. August, 1955. Cover by Win Mortimer. 

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teamcolumbo:

In “A Deadly State of Mind,” George Hamilton plays Dr. Mark Collier, a deeply, deeply creepy psychologist. Complications with his patient/lover, played by Lesley “No ‘Ann’ For Some Reason” Warren threaten his career and murder ensues, but Columbo is on the case. RJ, Jon and guests Brenna Zedan and Anne Moloney (of the LadyLike Book Club) dig deep into this tale of barbituates, swimming, hypnosis, unethical medical practices and beige leather. As one of our guests says, this episode is rough on ladies and dogs.
http://thecitydesk.net/justonemorething/2014/08/sorry-i-dont-have-a-willy/

teamcolumbo:

In “A Deadly State of Mind,” George Hamilton plays Dr. Mark Collier, a deeply, deeply creepy psychologist. Complications with his patient/lover, played by Lesley “No ‘Ann’ For Some Reason” Warren threaten his career and murder ensues, but Columbo is on the case. RJ, Jon and guests Brenna Zedan and Anne Moloney (of the LadyLike Book Club) dig deep into this tale of barbituates, swimming, hypnosis, unethical medical practices and beige leather. As one of our guests says, this episode is rough on ladies and dogs.

http://thecitydesk.net/justonemorething/2014/08/sorry-i-dont-have-a-willy/

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cinegasmic:

Punch-Drunk Love (2002)

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millionmovieproject:

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zombiesenelghetto:

Ramones, original lineup on the cover of Feelings magazine, 1978

zombiesenelghetto:

Ramones, original lineup on the cover of Feelings magazine, 1978

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calumet412:

Checker Taxi, at your door in minutes…., 1962, Chicago

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lobbycards:

Hello Down There, US lobby card #4. 1969

lobbycards:

Hello Down There, US lobby card #4. 1969

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