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Pic of the Day: “The Boy and the Pirates” revisited

The Timothy Carey Experience Posted by Marisa on Aug 20, 2015

I decided we needed some pirate Timothy today, so here he is once again from Bert I. Gordon‘s The Boy and the Pirates (1960). Morgan, that scurvy dog, is relishing the prospect of committing some mayhem upon young Jimmy (Charles Herbert). In a 2006 interview with Classic Images, Herbert menti read more

Video of the Week: “Across the Wide Missouri”

The Timothy Carey Experience Posted by Marisa on Aug 19, 2015

This week’s video provides a look – a really quick look – at Timothy’s first official film appearance. It’s Across the Wide Missouri (1951), directed by William Wellman. Fast-forward to 35:06 and you’ll see Tim’s grand film debut – as a corpse. But lik read more

Pic of the Day: “Waterhole #3” promotional still

The Timothy Carey Experience Posted by Marisa on Aug 18, 2015

Today’s pic is my latest eBay find! It’s a publicity still for Waterhole #3 (1967), the rollicking Western comedy directed by William A. Graham. Paramount Pictures is more than happy to tell us that it features Roy Jenson, Harry Davis and Timothy, digging a tunnel in search of gold. Dav read more

Quote of the Week

The Timothy Carey Experience Posted by Marisa on Aug 16, 2015

The second picture I did was for Allied Artists and was titled Unwed Mother, a very provocative title for the late fifties. It starred Timothy Carey, an actor who had scored in Stanley Kubrick’s Paths of Glory alongside Kirk Douglas. In our picture, Timothy played the role of an abortionist (also read more

Pic of the Day: “Fast-Walking” publicity still

The Timothy Carey Experience Posted by Marisa on Aug 11, 2015

In this promotional still from James B. Harris‘ prison drama Fast-Walking (1982), Timothy is expressing exactly how I’m feeling! The pathology report from my lumpectomy surgery last week revealed a 1.5cm tumor with negative margins, and the sentinel lymph node biopsy was also negative. N read more

Quote of the Week

The Timothy Carey Experience Posted by Marisa on Aug 9, 2015

[Ted] De Corsia‘s sidekick in Crime Wave is the young Charles Bronson, who not only flexes impressively, but growls a few great henchman lines. Leveling his gun at Ellen, he smiles at her husband: “You want I should clip a curl off the cutie?” [Andre’] DeToth loved the primit read more

Hey, everybody.

The Timothy Carey Experience Posted by Marisa on Aug 3, 2015

This is where the Quote of the Week usually goes, but instead I’m going to ramble a bit. You’ve probably noticed that I was silent last week. I didn’t plan it that way, but as I was getting ready for the Oregon Burlesque Festival, it just sort of happened. For that I apologize. But read more

Coleen Gray 1922 – 2015

The Timothy Carey Experience Posted by Marisa on Aug 3, 2015

We were saddened to learn today of the passing of Coleen Gray, a delicate beauty who became one of film noir‘s brightest lights (how’s that for a paradox?). The only film in which she appeared with Timothy (not together on-screen, unfortunately) was Stanley Kubrick‘s The Killing (1 read more

Quote of the Week

The Timothy Carey Experience Posted by Marisa on Jul 26, 2015

The Brooklyn-born Carey was physically imposing—a strapping 6’4”—making him ideal for roles as brutish heavies, and he resembled a love child of Nicolas Cage and John Turturro. His penchant for improvisation—bizarre dancing, unscripted outbursts, mumbled nonsense—often got him into trouble read more

Pic of the Day: “Fade In to Murder” revisited

The Timothy Carey Experience Posted by Marisa on Jul 24, 2015

Ending the week is another look at Tony, the frustrated actor/deli owner of the Columbo episode “Fade In to Murder.” We first met Tony on October 10, 1976. Here he is being held up as part of an elaborate murder plan by arrogant TV star Ward Fowler (William Shatner). Another great Colum read more

Pic of the Day: “Mermaids of Tiburon” revisited

The Timothy Carey Experience Posted by Marisa on Jul 23, 2015

In the midst of a sweltering summer, let’s dive once again into the cool waters of John Lamb‘s Mermaids of Tiburon (1962). Bad guy Milo Sangster looks sneaky as he is about to reveal one of the coveted “flame pearls” to his Mexican sidekick Pepe Gallardo (Jose Gonzales-Gonzal read more

Video of the Week: “Rumble on the Docks”

The Timothy Carey Experience Posted by Marisa on Jul 22, 2015

This week we’re pleased to bring you another of Timothy’s lesser-seen films in its entirety. It’s the “teenage On the Waterfront,” Rumble on the Docks (1956), directed by Fred F. Sears. Tim has one of his best supporting roles as Frank Mangus, lackadaisical torpedo to w read more

Pic of the Day: “Tracks” revisited

The Timothy Carey Experience Posted by Marisa on Jul 20, 2015

Kicking off the week is another look at the Airwolf episode “Tracks,” first airing on March 22, 1986. Prof. Paul McClelland, aka “The Cat Man,” is picking off folks he considers a threat to mountain wildlife with a rather fearsome hunting bow. It was Timothy’s last tele read more

Quote of the Week

The Timothy Carey Experience Posted by Marisa on Jul 19, 2015

William Finley is an enigmatic actor. He is Ichabod Crane played by Peter Lorre. He’s Harold Lloyd portrayed by Timothy Carey. He’s Max Schreck‘s handsome cousin. […] Outside of Timothy Carey, who Finley admires, few actors are more skilled at playing world-class oddballs or read more

Pic of the Day: “One-Eyed Jacks” revisited

The Timothy Carey Experience Posted by Marisa on Jul 17, 2015

On the heels of recent news that a restoration of One-Eyed Jacks (1961) is finally taking place, today’s pic revisits Marlon Brando‘s sole directorial effort. Howard Tetley, town drunk and boorish lout, gets lost in the craziness during fiesta time in Monterey. The discussion on the res read more

Pic of the Day: “Teacher of Outlaws” revisited

The Timothy Carey Experience Posted by Marisa on Jul 16, 2015

On the 108th anniversary of the birth of Barbara Stanwyck, we take another look at “Teacher of Outlaws,” the episode of The Big Valley that premiered on February 2, 1966. Preacher Clegg, Scripture-spouting outlaw, makes eyes at Victoria Barkley. It doesn’t do him any good, but you read more

Video of the Week: Timothy Carey Inspired Facebook!

The Timothy Carey Experience Posted by Marisa on Jul 15, 2015

Well – it’s possible! Don’t forget – Screening of The World’s Greatest Sinner this Saturday, July 18, in New York City at Anthology Film Archives! Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log&nb read more

Pic of the Day: “Quaker Girl” revisited

The Timothy Carey Experience Posted by Marisa on Jul 14, 2015

Today we take another long-overdue look at “Quaker Girl,” the second of the two Gunsmoke episodes in which Timothy appears. This one first aired on December 10, 1966. “Buster” Rilla, the muscle behind a couple of treasure-seeking crooks, watches as killer Fred Bateman (Willia read more

Quote of the Week

The Timothy Carey Experience Posted by Marisa on Jul 12, 2015

Anybody who thinks Hollywoodites are normal persons like the folks next door should meet Timothy Carey, the strangest, wildest actor of them all. Carey played the role of the creepy killer in last year’s “The Killing,” one of the best whodunits of many a season. In person he is cre read more

Pic of the Day: “Gypsy Traders” revisited

The Timothy Carey Experience Posted by Marisa on Jul 9, 2015

Today we take another look at the Cowboy G-Men episode “Gypsy Traders,” first broadcast on February 28, 1953. The Tall Gypsy is about to have an unfortunate run-in (make that itch-in) with Zerbo (Phil Arnold) and his Siphonaptera circus. In spite of this series being readily available o read more
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