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Category: 1960’s

The Sons of Katie Elder (1965)

If you like westerns and John Wayne, then for my money it’s nearly impossible not to love this movie. As a matter of fact it might be the most enjoyable […]

Night of the Iguana (1964)

I probably knew more about what went on behind the scenes of this John Huston production then anything that actually happened in the film. Therefore I thought it was about time […]

The Great Bank Robbery (1969)

Flawed and uneven this western spoof may be and it’s surely attempting to cash in on the popularity of Support Your Local Sheriff, yet, having said that there is an […]

The Horrible Dr. Hichcock (1962)

It’s only been about thirty years since I’ve seen this effective creeper when it played City TV out of Toronto on a late night airing. It scared the hell out […]

Follow That Dream (1962)

Take a dash of Max Baer’s Jethro from The Beverly Hillbillies, a healthy dose of Percy Kilbride’s Pa Kettle teamed with Howard McNear’s Floyd the Barber wrapped around a simple feel good […]

Blue (1968)

If Sean Connery can star in Shalako, then surely Terence Stamp can star in a western all his very own. In this case it’s Blue, from director Silvio Narizzano and […]

Circus of Fear (1966)

aka Psycho-Circus Take equal parts Christopher Lee, Klaus Kinski, Margaret Lee, Leo Genn, Suzy Kendall backed by producer Harry Alan Towers and director John Llewelyn Moxey and voila…… you have […]

Impasse (1969)

Looking to jump start his flagging career, Burt Reynolds signed on to this location shoot in the Philippines for a tale of four adventurers looking for a fortune in lost gold from WW2. Attempting to keep a […]

Heller in Pink Tights (1960)

The stunning Sophia Loren teamed with one of my favorite leading men, Anthony Quinn for the third and final time in this odd entry in the career of director George Cukor. […]

Erik the Conqueror (1961)

This tale of Vikings at odds with Britain comes from the man who had unleashed the terrors of Black Sunday just one year prior to this outdoor adventure, Mario Bava. Opening […]

Ring of Fire (1961)

“I fell into a burning ring of fire.” An appropriate line from the Johnny Cash song to go along with this thriller involving a trio of young criminals, law officer […]

Mad Dog Coll (1961)

Perhaps a foot note in the history of gangster films, this prohibition era tale offers plenty of gangland flavor and marks the film debuts of two iconic actors and another […]

The Last Voyage (1960)

  Far from flashy in comparison to the mighty Poseidon, this proved to be a first rate disaster flick  for it’s era with the ever stoic Robert Stack doing his […]

Purple Noon (1960)

The Mad Movie Challenge Strikes Again……… It’s that time when Kristina of the Speakeasy site tosses some titles my way in her efforts to introduce me to some movies I haven’t […]

Death Rides a Horse (1967)

Years ago when I was connecting names to genres and movies, Lee Van Cleef was one of those faces a youngster doesn’t easily forget. Death Rides a Horse quite frequently would play […]

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