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Category: 1970’s

Where Have All the People Gone? (1974)

I never tire of trying to locate made for television films I recall viewing as a kid. They would be in constant rerun through out the seventies and eighties before […]

Alien Thunder (1974)

aka Dan Candy’s Law Throughout his long and active career, Donald Sutherland has maintained a presence in his homeland of Canada and returned to it for this authentic looking story […]

Shoot the Sun Down (1978)

Influenced with a heavy dose of Italian westerns this David Leeds directed effort stars Christopher Walken in the role of the mysterious gunfighter with very little to say. Riding the […]

The Cat and the Canary (1978)

Radley Metzger. If I were to play a word association game I suppose when I hear his name I think of erotic cinema from the seventies. Not sure why as […]

California Suite (1978)

I must say that with a cast like the one that turned up for this Neil Simon screenplay the laughs don’t come nearly as often as I would have liked […]

Strange Shadows In An Empty Room (1976)

This Giallo like production made in Canada has the benefit of starring three well known actors all having long resumes and solid entries in various genres throughout the years. Stuart […]

Mean Frank and Crazy Tony (1973)

For those who think Lee Van Cleef worked strictly in westerns during his time in Italy, look no further than this entertaining gangland shoot’em up from producer Dino De Laurentiis […]

The Owl and the Pussycat (1970)

Taken from the Broadway play of the same name by Bill Manhoff this Columbia Films production is essentially a two character script. Sharing most of the screen time together are […]

The Thing With Two Heads (1972)

For the uninitiated there really is a film called The Thing With Two Heads. Secondly it actually stars previous Oscar winner Ray Milland in what I like to refer to as […]

Madame Sin (1972)

Serving as both star and executive producer we find Robert Wagner attached to this rather bizarre yet eerily effective at times thriller. From the opening scenes we find Wagner shadowed […]

Jaguar Lives (1979)

In the great tradition of the double cross we find two top notch secret agents on a mission to prevent a giant monument in the shape of a cross from […]

Hands of the Ripper (1971)

Apart from the opening credit sequence, the London settings of the late 1800’s and the ample cleavage shown on actress Marjie Lawrence one would be hard pressed to connect this […]

Freebie and the Bean (1974)

For this loud cop film in the buddy buddy genre we are treated to the off beat pairing of James Caan and Alan Arkin. Richard Rush of The Stunt Man […]

Olly Olly Oxen Free (1978)

For the second year I am joining in on the Katharine Hepburn birthday celebrations kindly put on by Margaret Perry once again. Last year I tackled one of my favorite […]

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