The Adventures of Superman (1953)
Up, Up, and Away! In Season 2 of this classic '50s TV series one can spot a black unicorn TV lamp (unknown maker) in the episode, The Dog Who Knew Superman.
The Bigamist (1953)
This emotion-packed drama (directed by Ida Lupino) doesn't include a TV lamp, but I had to mention it for the great Haeger "Bronc Rider" table lamp that is front-and-center in one scene.
Dead Silence (2007)
My pal Tina Bowman brought this sighting to my attention. Apparently this horror pic includes an oriental-themed TV lamp, one of those that has the two figures on either side of a fiberglass cone-shaped shade. Sweet!
Yes, it's true, a Maddux mallard that was purchased at the TV Lamp Store makes its triumphant appearance in this DreamWorks film. I spotted it in two scenes...don't blink or you could miss it!
Of all places to find a TV lamp! My observant wife Scherrie spotted this one, and I believe it to be a Modern Art Products mermaid or oriental girl (with rectangular shade). I'll review the film and confirm.
Good Night, and Good Luck (2005)
Two TV lamps appear in this award-winning film, a Lampcrafts ship and a Lane & Co. rearing horse.
If you're not completely transfixed by watching John Travolta portraying a woman, you just might see a Beauceware Horse TV lamp. (the one with the red painted eye and fiberglass shade behind it)
The Lost Room (2006)
This mini-series produced by the Sci-Fi Channel is graced by the presence of a Kron Siamese Cats TV lamp. Thanks to Char Korcz for spotting this one!