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Category: 1960’s

Pit Stop (1969)

When producer Roger Corman asked director Jack Hill to throw a race car flick together, we’re the real winners riding shotgun with Brando like Richard Davalos, the unpredictable Sid Haig […]

Diabolically Yours (1967)

“It’s a dream. It just doesn’t make sense.” When Alain Delon awakes from a coma after a life threatening car crash, he’s told his name is George. He has a […]

Cattle King (1963)

It’s a western tale of three Roberts in this Tay Garnett directed programmer under the MGM banner. First up is one of the studio’s greatest stars from the 30’s thru […]

McLintock! (1963)

Rather than focus on the naysayers who take offence to this Duke flick and the reasons why, I’m sticking to my guns here and the fact that I love to […]

The Girl From Rio (1969)

The attractive Shirley Eaton kind of returns as Sumuru, a female version of Fu Manchu in this sequel of sorts to The Million Eyes of Sumuru from producer Harry Alan […]

The Million Eyes of Sumuru (1967)

Does the name Harry Alan Towers mean anything to you? If you’re thinking of drive-in fodder from the late 60’s and forward that Towers produced by the dozens and wrote […]

The Mercenary (1968)

aka The Professional Gun Long before Jack Palance joined Kurt Russell and Sylvester Stallone in the 1989 action hit, Tango and Cash, that saw the two muscle bound heroes walk […]

The Guns of Navarone (1961)

Directed by J. Lee Thompson, this big budget extravaganza is the perfect example of a movie released early on to home video as the VHS tape was becoming a staple […]

The Ugly Dachshund (1966)

Brando’s pick of the month. According to my little pal Brando, there’s no such a thing as this title would have us believing. Now that we’ve got that out of […]

The Evil of Frankenstein (1964)

Of the six Frankenstein films that starred Peter Cushing as The Baron under the Hammer Films banner, Evil is the one title that most Hammer fans seem to agree on. […]

Sink the Bismarck! (1960)

If truth be told, my interest in this film, or rather the Bismarck itself stems from the music and songs of the late Johnny Horton. A country music singer who […]

Nashville Rebel (1966)

While Waylon Jennings was still a few years shy of the so called Outlaw movement of Country Music that he would be forever identified with, the title of this film is […]

Young Billy Young (1969)

This proves to be a peculiar western for a variety of reasons that casts a major western star in a by the numbers “B” effort that has a hard time […]

Night of the Big Heat (1967)

aka Island of the Burning Damned As this Terence Fischer directed sci-fi effort is not based in a Gothic setting and isn’t part of the Hammer series of monster films, […]

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