Monthly Archives: October 2017

Caltiki The Immortal Monster (1959)

So that’s what happened to the Mayans. Glad this movie cleared that up. Actually this isn’t nearly as bad as you would think. Fans of 1950’s SF/Horror should check it out. Of course the special effects draw some laughs as … Continue reading

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Pushover (1954)

You know you’re in for a piece of Hollywood history when the opening credits say, “Introducing Kim Novak.”  The movie is based on the novels “The Night Watch” by Thomas Walsh and “Rafferty” aka/”The Beautiful Trap” by Bill S.Ballinger. The … Continue reading

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Palance-Jack Palance (1969)

01. Brother River (3:09) 02. Dancing Like Children (2:50) 03. The Meanest Guy That Ever Lived (4:00) 04. My Elusive Dreams (3:14) 05. Heartaches By The Number (2:46) 06. Goodbye Lucy (3:57) 07. Blackjack County Chains (2:35) 08. Hannah (4:31) … Continue reading

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The Street With No Name (1948)

Don’t miss this one. Richard Widmark is excellent as the leader of a gang the FBI wants to bring down.  Lloyd Nolan reprises his role as Inspector Briggs from 1945’s “The House On 92nd Street.” This is loaded with suspense … Continue reading

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I Feel A Song Coming On-Lost Radio Recordings-Rosemary Clooney

01. Taking A Chance On Love (2:10) 02. It’s A Most Unusual Day (1:47) 03. Just You, Just Me (1:22) 04. Don’t Take Your Love From Me (2:39) 05. Anything Goes (1:53) 06. Blues In The Night (Take 1) (3:22) … Continue reading

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The Other Woman (1954)

Lost gem of a B movie about a bit actress who feels humiliated by a director. She creates a scheme to blackmail mail him out of revenge. Walter Darman (Hugo Haas) is a foreign born movie director. His father-in-law heads … Continue reading

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The Beat Generation (1959)

Some of the most asinine dialogue ever. I don’t know if Ray Danton ever lived down the beyond absurd things he had to say. Anyone who was a legit beatnik had to have been offended by the portrayals of their … Continue reading

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