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Sunday, June 3, 2012

Sal Mineo in Who Killed Teddy Bear? (1965) Tonka (1958) Dino (1956) Harry-O (1975) Combat (1964, 1966)









CULT classic! Sal Mineo "Who Killed Teddy Bear?" (1965) Juliet Prowse

Who Killed Teddy Bear, A Fascinating Chronicle of Wagner-era Times Square
The seedy '60s, revived. Of course, Elaine Stritch was there the first time.
by Melissa Anderson Tuesday, Jan 19 2010 / THE VILLAGE VOICE

"In this unforgettable capsule of seedy mid-'60s New York, Stritch shares the screen with Sal Mineo as the disco's shy busboy who, when not checking out dirty bookstores or having flashbacks to a bizarre moment of sexual congress, strokes himself over the tightest-fitting white jeans while making obscene phone calls to Juliet Prowse, a DJ at the disco and actress-hopeful. Beyond the film's DSM IV–worth of psychosexual pathologies—even the cop (Jan Murray) assigned to help Prowse has a creepy attachment to his sex-crimes investigations—Who Killed Teddy Bear is a fascinating chronicle of Wagner-era Times Square, capturing, documentary-like, Prowse popping into the Music Box Theater on West 45th Street for an audition or Mineo prowling along 42nd Street in search of smut. For those interested in frug lessons, the hip-shaking at Stritch's disco approaches light speed."

"Who Killed Teddy Bear? Plain and simple - a now public domain, seedy, little indie film shot on location (Times Square, NYC) in B/W. It was not a hit when released - but today - it is a cult classic." L. Sinclair / NYC News.

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Tonka aka A Horse Named Comanche (1958) Sal Mineo 

In Dakota territory in the 1870s, White Bull, a young Sioux, proves his manhood by catching and training a wild colt he names Tonka... 
Stars: Sal Mineo, Philip Carey and Jerome Courtland 
Director: Lewis R. Foster
Writers: David Appel (book), Lewis R. Foster (screenplay)

Release Date: 25 December 1958 (USA) 
Also Known As: A Horse Named Comanche 
Filming Locations: Bend, Oregon, USA 
Production Co: Walt Disney 
Runtime: 97 min 
Sound Mix: Mono (RCA Sound Recording) 
Color: Color (Technicolor) 

AND Sal Mineo on TV


Studio One: Dino (1-2-1956) Sal Mineo

David Janssen is Harry O : Elegy for a Cop 
( 1st Season ) with Sal Mineo (air-date: 2/27/1975)




Combat! The Hard Way Back (10-20-1964)

Combat! Nothing to Lose (2-1-1966)

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