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Category: 1960’s

One Foot In Hell (1960)

Far from what one might expect, this Fox western in Cinemascope casts screen favorite Alan Ladd in what might be his most cold blooded characterization over the course of his […]

Hell Bent For Leather (1960)

Veteran western director George Sherman who worked with most every cowboy star from the Duke to Rory Calhoun, from Don “Red” Barry programmers to Fess Parker television adventures¬† saddled up […]

Critic’s Choice (1963)

In what proved to be the final of four films teaming comedy legends Bob Hope and Lucille Ball the laughs are far from broad like we might anticipate as the […]

A Long Ride From Hell (1968)

The legendary strongman Steve Reeves played his first western in what would prove to be his final screen role thus riding off into the sunset literally at the end of […]

633 Squadron (1964)

The Walter Mirisch Company brings to the big screen this WW2 adventure that is enjoyable though presented on a much smaller scale than some of Walter’s other 1960’s productions including […]

The Valley Of Gwangi (1969)

Having had a long gestation period going back to King Kong creator Willis O’Brien, stop motion wizard Ray Harryhausen breathes life into this western tale of cowboys, a hidden valley […]

La Bambola di Satana (1969)

aka Satan’s Doll or The Doll of Satan if you prefer. Released by Twilight Time on blu ray, this was a new to me title that mixes giallo thrills against […]

Zulu (1964)

Mike’s Take on Stanley Baker Movies ………. Day 10 I should think that this is the most widely known Stanley Baker film and one I hope he was proud of […]

Accident (1967)

Mike’s Take on Stanley Baker Movies ……… Day 9 Dirk Bogarde takes the lead role in this Joseph Losey film that sees Stanley Baker joining the production in support for […]

Hell Is a City (1960)

Mike’s Take on Stanley Baker Movies …….. Day 8 Easily one of the grittiest crime dramas of it’s era and one of the more enjoyable films of Baker’s career, I’d […]

Sands of the Kalahari (1965)

Mike’s Take On Stanley Baker Movies …. Day 4 The team who put together the 1963 winner Zulu once again joined forces for a slightly different story of man’s struggle […]

The Criminal (1960)

Mike’s Take on Stanley Baker Movies … Day 3 The Career Criminal might have served as a better title as that’s just what Stanley Baker is in this black and […]

Robbery (1967)

Mike’s Take on Stanley Baker Movies ….. Part 2 Based on a true life incident, this Stanley Baker thriller was also one of those titles that he scored a producer […]

The Man Who Finally Died (1963)

Mike’s Take on Stanley Baker Movies …… Part 1 Acquiring this Stanley Baker starring feature accomplished two points of interest for me personally. Not only had I not seen this […]

One Eyed Jacks (1961)

The iconic Marlon Brando directed only one film in his entire career and with it, gave us what I’ve always felt to be a vastly underrated effort that co-starred his […]

Taras Bulba (1962)

This Harold Hecht production with J. Lee Thompson directing comes across as if it had been intended to be the biggest spectacle of the year capturing the bulk of the […]

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