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The Cariboo Trail (1950)

The first thing I should point out while spotlighting this Randolph Scott western is how fortunate we are to be able to see it thanks to it’s recent reconstruction and […]

Beneath the 12-Mile Reef (1953)

With Cinemascope backed up by a tremendous score from Bernard Herrmann and a stupendous cast of character players surrounding youngsters Robert Wagner and Terry Moore, this underwater adventure is hard […]

Lex Barker Tackles Tarzan … Part 2

If you haven’t already noticed, Barker had now starred in three films as the famed character created by Edgar Rice Burroughs and in each film a different actress had portrayed […]

Lex Barker Tackles Tarzan … Part 1

When Johnny Weissmuller retired from his loin cloth duties as the Lord of the Apes, producer Sol Lesser and RKO studios thought it best to continue on by hiring the […]

It’s a Fatherly Thing.

Time for another look at some of the Dad’s that populated the films we love and in some cases revere. Maybe even a favorite or two from TV. Who didn’t […]

Tarzan at the Movies : The Film Posters

Is there really any doubt who the screen’s greatest Tarzan is? Not in my mind and I would think the majority of film buffs. Tarzan films offer old fashioned adventure […]

Tarzan’s Greatest Adventure (1959)

During the post Johnny Weissmuller years for the famed jungle man created by Edgar Rice Burroughs, there were still plenty of on screen adventures. Perhaps none better during the Gordon […]

Lost Continent (1951)

Looking every inch at home in a military uniform, Cesar Romero commands respect here as a major in the air force called in when John Hoyt’s top secret missile goes […]

Four Frightened People (1934)

This deliciously fun Cecil B. DeMille film mixes great adventure with high camp and a stunningly beautiful Claudette Colbert. Four strangers are tossed together off the Malayan coast when the […]

Sheena (1984)

Back in 1959 director John Guillermin gave us the above average Tarzan’s Greatest Adventure. In 1962 Tarzan Goes to India. Throw in the big budget jungle fare King Kong remake […]

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