Monthly Archives: October 2015

Plunder Road (1957)

Lost B movie gem about five truckers who rob a train of ten million dollars in gold. Now they have to get away with it. The movie hits the ground running as the first fourteen minutes are taken up with … Continue reading

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Mr.Moto’s Last Warning (1939)

Sixth entry in the nine movie series with Peter Lorre as John P.Marquand’s Japanese detective who works for the International Police. Comic actor Richard Coote almost brings it down with a very annoying performance as a buffoon but it’s still … Continue reading

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December Bride (1954-59)

Succssful adaption of the radio show. Spring Byington stars as Lily Ruskin who lives with her daughter Ruth (Frances Rafferty) and son-in-law Matt (Dean Miller). Harry Morgan is their neighbor Pete Porter and Verna Felton is Lily’s friend Hilda Crocker. … Continue reading

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The Neanderthal Man (1953)

An anthropologist who studies The Stone Age goes nuts with his crazy experiments. More dumb than funny even though there are a nice supply of unintended laughs and lots of overacting from Robert Shayne. Professor Clifford Groves (Robert Shayne) lives … Continue reading

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Wolfblood-A Tale Of The Forest (1925)

Sometimes marketed as a horror film but it’s not. It’s a drama about a man who thinks he may be a wolf following a blood transfusion. There are a lot of title cards so it’s easy to follow. It’s just … Continue reading

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Fire Maidens Of Outer Space (1956)

If you’re looking for a movie that will bring out your inner comedian, here it is. If you like movies that get worse as they move along ,check it out. There is other life in our solar system….and boy can … Continue reading

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They Made Me A Criminal (1939)

Busby Berkeley directs John Garfield and The Dead End Kids in the story of a boxer hiding out because he thinks he killed someone. He doesn’t know he’s innocent. Johnnie Bradfield (John Garfield) just won the championship. In his post … Continue reading

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