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  1. Ken in Ohio commented on Rip Haywire about 5 hours ago

    Wait a minute – didn’t Rip get shot in the shoulder? Gee, he sure heals fast!

  2. Ken in Ohio commented on Dick Tracy 3 days ago

    Not to get in the middle of your silly quarrel with other posters, but honestly, there is a difference between links or pictures referencing things that have come up in the day’s discussions, as compared to those ridiculous animated gifs that don’t seem to have anything to do with anything. Just my humble opinion, friend, but most of us can discern a difference between “I think you might like this” and “I’m putting this up to annoy you” – and you know the difference yourself, if you are honest with yourself.

  3. Ken in Ohio commented on Dick Tracy 3 days ago

    Thank you very much for the links to the various Zorro videos yesterday. I enjoyed those.

  4. Ken in Ohio commented on Dick Tracy 4 days ago

    I probably didn’t make my last post to you clear. Apparently, FE TV said they were showing four hours worth of Guy Williams Zorro on a program labeled “Stunt Sunday”, but I could not locate it in their schedule.

  5. Ken in Ohio commented on Dick Tracy 4 days ago

    My nephew tells me he saw an ad on FE TV, where they were going to show about eight episodes on something called “Stunt Sunday” ,but I have been unable to locate it in their schedule so far.

    I also remember seeing that episode of Lone Ranger where Guy Williams was a local sheriff.

  6. Ken in Ohio commented on Dick Tracy 4 days ago

    Not being a fan of sci-fi, I never really watched “Lost in Space”. But, for me Guy Williams was the quintessential Zorro! The first episode I ever saw was #2: “Zorro’s Secret Passage”. I still vividly remember watching that, and how it made me feel.

  7. Ken in Ohio commented on Dick Tracy 4 days ago

    it’s definitely ironic to have Sprocket doing a commercial for a show store. There is nothing she likes less than wearing shoes.

    Yes. Ironically, I am at this very time reading the 1957 “Morin Plenty” Story, wherein he and his young wife Blossom set out on a coast to coast hike to promote his shoe heel invention, even though Blossom herself always goes barefoot! Morin’s advisers are constantly reminding him that promoting new shoe heels with a barefoot wife is a bit of a stretch. (The villains are the Clipso Brothers, who try to con him and end up causing Blossom’s death.)

  8. Ken in Ohio commented on Dick Tracy 5 days ago

    @Neil Wick

    You both have put into words what has been bothering me, as well. I really, really hope these are threads that come together in a coherent story soon.

  9. Ken in Ohio commented on Dick Tracy 6 days ago

    “You can’t make this stuff up!

    And yet, someone did, apparently! Thanks for the link.

    By the way, Sam’s last name is “Catchem” – it is a play on the idea of “catch them”, which I always thought was one of Gould’s best character names.

  10. Ken in Ohio commented on Dick Tracy 8 days ago


    I also thought that even though there’s no bank in NY that I know about that doubles as a car dealership or garage it might be possible they do exist in a hick town like Westview!

    Oh, come on now! Surely even you can see that is the drive-up window as viewed from inside the bank, and the car is being seen through the glass. Remember, Tracy saw a car going in the drive thru lane wrong way, which is what tipped him off that something was amiss at the bank.