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Robbers Roost (1955)

Born in Montana, George Montgomery, was well suited to the western during the decade of the 1950’s when the genre was at it’s zenith. This Sidney Salkow directed effort of […]

Cyborg 2087 (1966)

If you’re a fan of sixties sci-fi and fantasy television then you’d be hard pressed not to enjoy this Arthur C. Pierce penned tale of time travel. Felt like I […]

Gorilla at Large (1954)

The 3D craze continues in the wake of House of Wax’s success with this Rue Morgue like tale featuring a number of well known faces and a couple of future […]

Follow the Sun (1951)

“We’ll start in Canada and kind of follow the sun.” Entering his most prolific decade as a leading man, Glenn Ford stars here as famed golfer Ben Hogan. The film […]

Deadline U.S.A. (1952)

Take a whole lot of Humphrey Bogart, add a hard nosed script by Richard Brooks and sprinkle a little class with Ethel Barrymore and you get a must see tale […]

The Price of Fear (1956)

From universal International comes this heavily plotted thriller usually reserved for Barbara Stanwyck at this point in her career. So it comes as a surprise to see Merle Oberon turning […]

Red Skies of Montana (1952)

A solid cast of male stars dominate this 20th Century Fox film with Richard Widmark leading the way. The plot line concerns Forest Rangers and the men who stop the […]

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