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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 […]

Battle Stations (1956)

From Columbia and director Lewis Seiler comes this WW2 tale of the Navy that plays like a resurrected script from Warner Brothers production schedule twenty years earlier. It stars John […]

The Raid (1954)

The one thing that westerns may have done better than any other genre at the height of their popularity was to give viewers a cast of actors that left us […]

Dimension 5 (1966)

From the winning team of Franklin Adreon and Arthur C. Pierce, the men who gave us Cyborg 2087 in the same calendar year of 1966 comes this Jeffrey Hunter spy […]

I Bury The Living (1958)

One might easily assume after watching this Albert Band chiller that it must have been meant for Vincent Price. I’m not saying Price was ever approached to play the role […]

Rio Conchos (1964)

One could argue that this western lacks an “A” list Movie Star, but in my world Richard Boone is a whole lot more fun to watch then plenty of those […]

Man Without a Star (1955)

I have often heard it said that Kirk Douglas’ favorite film is Lonely Are the Brave featuring the cleft chin icon as an aging, misplaced cowboy running out of time […]

The Marlon Brando Poster Gallery

Brando for me was this mythical like actor that I would hear about while growing up who was paid a whole bundle of money to appear in the big screen […]

City of Bad Men (1953)

I freely admit I tuned into this “B” western because I knew Richard Boone was in it. But the title refers to more than one bad man so how about […]

Vicki (1953)

This turned out to be a nifty thriller with a plot that played like it could have been subsequently used as a template for an episode of either The Twilight […]

The Shootist (1976)

It is my belief that there has never been a better swan song in the moviesĀ than John Wayne’s role as J.B. Books in this Don Siegel directed film that surrounded […]

Stars and Cars Gallery

Though I make my living in the auto industry I am by no means any kind of expert on the history of cars. My ego won’t allow me to say […]

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