We end the work week with another shot of Tim from the Alcoa Premiere (aka Alcoa Theatre) episode “The Town Budget,” first broadcast on December 15, 1958. Tim’s character, Jonas, is telling us how much he hates cops. He really, really hates cops.
I had a dream last night where Tim was in a Western with Bruce Campbell. How awesome would that have been?
Our last pic of the work week is from Earl Bellamy‘s Speedtrap (1977). Timothy plays a gangster by the name of Larry Loomis, who speaks Italian to his boss (Robert Loggia), has a very unusual facial hair configuration, and rocks a Hawaiian shirt that would make Bruce Campbell proud.
Bellamy also directed Tim in the Starsky and Hutch episode we saw earlier this week. Tim’s co-star from The Killing of a Chinese Bookie, the great Morgan Woodward, also appears here. Tim and Loggia make a great team; I wish they had more screen time together and had been in other projects with each other.