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Matt goes on a rampage to close down Front Street after he accidentally
shoots and kills his old friend (and temporary deputy) while trying to
defend himself from a sneak attack by a murderous saloon keeper.
Phil Beecher returns from a year in prison for vehicular manslaughter of
Aggie Norris the sheriff's daughter. His wife Kathi forgives him,
although the people of the town despise him. Phil is charged when sister
Charlotte Norris is killed.
Who Goes There? is a science fiction novella by John W. Campbell, Jr., written under the pen name Don A. Stuart. It was first published in the August 1938 Astounding Science-Fiction.
In 1973 the story was voted by the Science Fiction Writers of America as one of the finest science fiction novellas ever written. It was published with the other top vote-getters in The Science Fiction Hall of Fame, Volume Two.
The novella has been adapted three times as a motion picture: the first in 1951 as The Thing from Another World; the second in 1982 as The Thing directed by John Carpenter; and most recently as a prequel to the Carpenter version, also titled The Thing, released in 2011.
The story concerns an Antarctic expedition undertaken by 37 men who now reside in a camp that affords little privacy. It opens with the men of the team gathered to discuss an unusual find: a 3-eyed alien creature encased in a block of ice that was retrieved nearby where a space ship was also discovered beneath the ice. Despite some initial misgivings, the camp’s doctor, Blair, proceeds to thaw out the creature so that he may examine it.
The Bing Crosby Show from December 20, 1953 on CBS sponsored by General Electric. The first tune is, "Adeste Fideles." Bing concludes with "White Christmas and "Silent Night." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber).
"Christmas Show" from The Amos 'n' Andy Show aired December 24, 1950 on CBS sponsored by Rinso. The traditional Christmas show in which Andy gets a job in a department store as a Santa Claus to earn a doll for Amos' daughter.