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Flying Tigers (1942)

From Republic Pictures comes the latest John Wayne big screen war time adventure circa 1942 following the United States entry to the Second World War. Duke takes center stage as […]

The Sleeping City (1950)

Alternating between good guys and hoods in the world of Noir, Richard Conte, plays it tough as a cop this time going undercover to find a killer in the medical […]

The Night Walker (1964)

While I’d agree that this William Castle thriller is but a footnote in film history to the average movie goer or fans of Castle’s work, I would suggest it offers […]

Gun Fury (1953)

Noted for action films, Raoul Walsh, directed this technicolor western from Columbia  meant to spotlight the up and coming Rock Hudson. He’s paired with Donna Reed who was in the […]

Riot on Sunset Strip (1967)

“What to do about the youth problem? Where teenagers and young adults wearing outlandish clothes and hairdos congregate every Friday and Saturday night. Walking around aimlessly blocking traffic and the […]

Hand of Death (1962)

Kickstarting his acting career in a trio of top tier John Wayne movies of the late 1940’s, John Agar, seemed destined to fill the casting for the “B” unit at […]

Six Black Horses (1962)

From the pen of western writer and eventual director, Burt Kennedy, comes this Universal-International release that not surprisingly plays like another of the Kennedy/Boetticher/Scott westerns. Instead of Randolph Scott taking […]

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