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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons   featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer   and distributed by  Paramount Pictures   between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
Topics: Max Fleischer, Bouncing Ball, Animated Cartoons, Screen Songs, Popular Songs
Community Video
May 5, 2017
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The Giant of Metropolis is a mind-bending amalgam of Science Fiction, fantasy, sword and sandal, and general wackiness. Featuring American actor, Gordon Mitchell, and Cuban actress, Bella Cortez, the film has male and female beauty to satisfy most tastes. It features bizarre and minimalist sets, frequently combined with what appear to be hanging miniatures, colorfully lit in a style reminiscent of Mario Bava. Even the muscular musical score is similarly minimalist. I found the generational...
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Topics: Peplum, Sword and Sandal, Fantasy, Atlantis, Gordon Mitchel, Bella Cortez, Liana Orfei, Emimmo...
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Jan 26, 2017
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"Just Imagine," from 1930, used to make me drool as a kid seeing some of the fabulous stills in "Famous Monsters of Filmland." With its futuristic setting, "Metropolis"-style special effects, rocketship and Martians, I imagined I'd be in sci-fi paradise. But now I know that it might be better viewed as a pre-code, musical-comedy fantasy of Prohibition Era America. It was directed by David Butler, who was born in San Francisco, began directing in silents, and is...
Topics: Just Imagine, Science Fiction, 1930, David Butler, Buddy DeSylva, Desylva, Brown & Henderson,...
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Sep 30, 2016
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"Colossus and the Amazon Queen" was the American title of a 1960 Italian Sword and Sandal "satire" directed by Vittorio Sala and featuring two actors imported from America, Ed Fury and (Australian) Rod Taylor. This is the 84 minute, English-dubbed AIP-TV version in 2:35 widescreen with improved color and detail.
Topics: Sword and Sandal, Peplum, Ed Fury, Rod Taylor, Maciste, Ursus, Hercules
Community Video
Sep 25, 2016
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Atlas in the Land of the Cyclops, (Maciste nella terra dei ciclopi,) is a 1961 Italian sword and sandal film starring Gordon Mitchell and Chelo Alonso. It was also the motion picture debut of 1960 Mr. Universe Paul Wynter. This copy is in widescreen and has good color.
Topics: Atlas, Maciste, Cyclops, Gordon Mitchell, Chelo Alonso, sword and sandal, peplum, Italian Films
Feature Films
Sep 22, 2016
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"Radio Ranch" is a condensation of the 12 chapter, 1935 Mascot serial, "Phantom Empire," which features Gene Autry in his first screen role as a singing cowboy. The 70-minute feature version was released in 1940. Copious plot permutations were lost in this condensed version, but what it lacks in coherence, it makes up for in fast-paced wackiness. This version is of higher visual quality than other copies here at the Internet Archive and elsewhere.
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Topics: Radio Ranch, Phantom Empire, Science Fiction, Western, Musical, Serial, Feature, Gene Autry,...
Feature Films
Sep 16, 2016
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"The Drums of Jeopardy" is a nifty little melodrama from 1931 starring Warner Oland of Charlie Chan fame. He plays "Dr. Boris Karlov" (no relation to the actor of similar name), a grieving father turned Bolshevik and gleeful sadist. Also featured is Clara Blandick, Auntie Em from 1939's "The Wizard of Oz;" comedy relief in what turns out to be a rather pivotal role. "Drums" was directed by the prolific George B. Seitz who wrote the screenplays for...
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Topics: Drums of Jeopardy, Warner Oland, Clara Blandick, Boris Karlov, Tiffany Studios, melodrama, George...
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Jul 11, 2016
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"Venus Meets the Son of Hercules" (1962) is another of the 14 peplum (sword and sandal) films included in the syndicated television package, the "Sons of Hercules" assembled by Embassy Pictures. Originally titled, Marte, dio della guerra , it is also known as " Mars, God of War"  and " The Son of Hercules vs. Venus." It starred Roger Browne and was directed by Marcello Baldi. The terrific musical score is by  Gino Marinuzzi Jr., though the sound...
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Topics: Hercules, Son of Hercules, Peplum, Sword and Sandal, Roger Browne, Marcello Baldi, Gino Marinuzzi...
Feature Films
Jul 5, 2016
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"Terror of Rome Against the Son of Hercules" is a 1964 Italian/French coproduction also known as " Maciste, gladiatore di Sparta" in Italy. It was one of 14 Peplum (or sword and sandal) films dubbed into English and released in America as part of the syndicated television series, "The Sons of Hercules" by Embassy pictures. It stars American body builder, Mark Forest, who played Maciste several times. For some reason, he's called Poseidon in the American version. It...
Topics: Maciste, Hercules, Son of Hercules, Peplum, Sword and Sandal, Mark Forest, Alfonso Brescia, Mario...
Feature Films
May 30, 2016
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"The Avenger" is an Italian, French and Yugoslavian film directed by Giorgio Venturini, though this American version clearly shows one of its producers, Albert Band, as director. It stars American actor, the original Hercules, Steve Reeves. The film is also known as  Conquérants héroiques  in  France ,  The Avenger  (American theatrical title),  The Last Glory of Troy  (American TV title) and  War of the Trojans  in the  United Kingdom . This print is in 2:35 widescreen.
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Topics: Steve Reeves, Albert Band, Peplum, Sword and Sandal, Troy, Giorgio Venturini, Italian films
Feature Films
May 30, 2016
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Here is Kirk Morris in another of the 14 Sword and Sandal films that were recut and dubbed into English for an American TV package called, "The Sons of Hercules" by Embassy Pictures. This one was released in Italy as "The Triumph of Maciste" (1961) and was directed by Tanio Boccia. For the syndicated version, a lengthy sequence was lifted from another Kirk Morris Maciste film, "Maciste all'inferno" (1962, aka "The Witch's Curse" in America) directed by...
Topics: Kirk Morris, Hercules, Maciste, Sons of Hercules, Riccardo Freda, Tanio Boccia, Sword and Sandal,...
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May 28, 2016
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One of the fourteen Sword-and-Sandal features dubbed and repackaged in the U.S. for the syndicated TV show, "The Sons of Hercules." This one is from 1964, stars Dan Vadis and is also known as "Hercules the Invincible." It was directed by Alvaro Mancori (as Lewis Mann) and was broadcast in two parts.
Topics: Son of Hercules, Dan Vadis, Alvaro Mancori, Avco-Embassy, Peplum, Sword and Sandal
Feature Films
May 24, 2016
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"Colossus and the Headhunters" is a 1960 Italian peplum (or sword and sandal) movie dubbed and released in this country by American International Pictures. The main character, Colossus, is actually known as "Maciste" in the Italian original, and is played by Kirk Morris, an Italian bodybuilder and actor whose real name is Adriano Bellini. This version is in 16 x 9 Widescreen and has improved color over other copies floating around the internet.
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Topics: Peplum, Sword and Sandal, Kirk Morris, Adriano Bellini, Collosus, Maciste, Hercules, American...
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Devil of the Desert Against the Son of Hercules , originally known as  Anthar l'invincibile  ( Anthar the Invincible ) and  Soraya Reina Del Desierto  (  Soraya, Queen of the Desert ) is a 1964 Italian/French/Spanish  international co-production  filmed in Algeria and directed by  Antonio Margheriti . This version, while not in its original 2:35 Techniscope aspect ratio, is at least widescreen and has somewhat improved color quality over the commonly available faded and scratched 16mm...
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Topics: Sons of Hercules, Antonio Margheriti, Anthony Dawson, Kirk Morris, Peplum, Sword and Sandal
Feature Films
Apr 30, 2015
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Roger Corman's Swamp Women has been kicking around in wretched quality for years, and I'm not sure this represents an "upgrade," but it does have improved sound and color. Also, it's presented in 16 x 9 format; closer to the original theatrical aspect ratio. For all the tedious trudging through the swamp and over-the-top dialog, it's actually a well-made little programmer, with good acting by all concerned, a decent script, and Corman's nice moving camera, a feature which always sets...
Topics: Roger Corman, Marie Windsor, Beverly Garland, Jil Jarmyn, Carole Matthews, Mike Connors, swamp,...
Feature Films
Apr 1, 2015
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Following the example of  Davidgc  here on the archive, I have taken three episodes of the Flash Gordon TV show of the 1950s, and edited them into a feature-length movie which I've called "Zydereen of Neptune." Unlike the episodes which  Davidgc  used for his compilation, these three actually form a single contiguous story. Unfortunately, the video quality of the epsiodes runs from poor to mediocre, with the first probably being the worst quality. This show seems to only exist in...
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Topics: Flash Gordon, TV series, Steve Holland, black and white, West Germany, Sci-Fi
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Mar 17, 2015
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Unknown World   an   independent ,  black and white   science fiction  film  from 1951   directed by  Terry Morse  and starring Victor Killian,   Marilyn Nash , Jim Bannon  and  Otto Waldis . It was produced by Jack Rabin and Irving Block and released by Robert L. Lippert, the same trio involved in 1957's Regalscope production, Kronos . Terry Morse was the B movie director who completed the Americanized Gorija as Godzilla, King of the Monsters . Victor Killian, who plays the...
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Topics: 1950s, Sci-Fi, Terry Morse, Robert Lippert, Jack Rabin, Irving Block, Victor Killian, volcanoes,...
Comedy Films
Mar 13, 2015
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Kid Dynamite  is a 1943 American film directed by  Wallace Fox  and starring the  East Side Kids . It was based on the 1942 short story  The Old Gang  by  Paul Ernst  and features additional dialogue by comedian  Morey Amsterdam .  It was the twelfth film in the East Side Kids series.
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Topics: East Side Kids, Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, Bobby Jordan, Sunshine Sammy Morrison, Monogram Pictures,...
Comedy Films
Mar 5, 2015
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' Neath Brooklyn Bridge  is a 1942 film released by  Monogram Pictures . The film is the eleventh installment in the  East Side Kids   series  and one of the more dramatic films of the series, released at a time when they were making lighter, more humorous fare.
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Topics: East Side Kids, Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, Bobby Jordan, Sunshine Sammy Morrison, Dave O'Brien,...
Comedy Films
Feb 27, 2015
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Smart Alecks  is a black and white 1942 American film directed by  Wallace Fox  and produced by Sam Katzman for Monogram Pictues. It features an early performance by Gale Storm and and brief cameo by Marie Windsor as a nurse and was the tenth film produced in the East Side Kids series.
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Topics: East Side Kids, Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, Huntz Hall, Sunshine Sammy Morrison, Gale Storm, Marie...
Comedy Films
Feb 26, 2015
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Let's Get Tough!  is a 1942 film and the ninth film in the  East Side Kids  series, starring  Leo Gorcey  (as Muggs),  Huntz Hall  (as Glimpy),  Bobby Jordan  (as Danny), and  Robert Armstrong  (as "Pops" the Cop). Released in early 1942, it was directed by  Wallace Fox , and features the gang caught up in  World War II  and fighting the  Black Dragon Society , an enemy  sabotage  ring.
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Topics: East Side Kids, Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, Huntz Hall, Sam Katzman, Monogram Pictures
Comedy Films
Feb 25, 2015
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Mr. Wise Guy  is a 1942 American film and the eighth starring  The East Side Kids  and  produced by Sam Katzman for Monogram Pictures. For some reason, Sunshine Sammy Morrison does not appear in the billing or advertising, but he's definitely in the film as the familiar character of Scruno, at one point making an attractive appearance in a bathing suit. The East Side Kids Leo Gorcey  as Ethelbert 'Muggs' McGinnis Bobby Jordan  as Danny Collins Huntz Hall  as Glimpy Stone Ernest Morrison...
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Topics: East Side Kids, Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, Huntz Hall, Sunshine Sammy Morrison, Monogram Pictures,...
Comedy Films
Feb 24, 2015
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Spooks Run Wild  is an American  comedy horror  film and the seventh film in the  East Side Kids  series, starring  Bela Lugosi ,  Leo Gorcey ,  Huntz Hall , and  Bobby Jordan . Released in 1941, it was directed by  Phil Rosen , in his first and only outing in the series, and produced by  Sam Katzman  (under the company name  Banner Pictures ). It is based on an original script by  Carl Foreman  and  Charles R. Marion . Directed by Phil Rosen Produced by Sam Katzman Written by...
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Topics: East Side Kids, Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, Huntz Hall, Bela Lugosi, Sam Katzman, Monogram Pictures,...
Comedy Films
Feb 23, 2015
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Bowery Blitzkrieg  is a 1941 film and the sixth installment of the  East Side Kids  series. The film "introduced"  Huntz Hall  in his first of the East Side Kids  film series .
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Topics: East Side Kids, Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, Huntz Hall, Sam Katzman, Monogram Pictures
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Flying Wild  is a 1941 film and the fifth installment of the  East Side Kids  series.  Hopefully this is an upgrade from other versions available on this site. Directed by William West Produced by Sam Katzman Written by Al Martin Starring Leo Gorcey David Gorcey Bobby Jordan 'Sunshine Sammy' Morrison Donald Haines Distributed by Monogram Pictures Corporation Release dates March 10, 1941 Running time 64 minutes Language English
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Topics: East Side Kids, Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, Sunshine Sammy Morrison, Sam Katzman, Monogram Pictures
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Hopefully this file represents a quality upgrade from other versions appearing here on the Internet Archive. from Wikipedia; Pride of the Bowery  is a black-and-white 1940 film and the fourth installment in the  East Side Kids  series. It was directed by  Joseph H. Lewis   and produced by  Sam Katzman . It was released by  Monogram Pictures  on December 15, 1940. Pride of the Bowery Theatrical poster Directed by Joseph H. Lewis Produced by Sam Katzman Written by William Lively Starring...
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Feb 20, 2015
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That Gang of Mine  is a 1940 film and the third film in the  East Side Kids  series. Still no Huntz Hall, but Bobby Jordan is an asset. The familiar faces of Leo Gorcey and Sunshine Sammy Morrison are here, and there's another appearance from Dave "Reefer Madness" O'Brien. The director was Joseph H. Lewis, who later directed the archetypal noirs , "Gun Crazy" and "The Big Combo." Hopefully this file represents an upgrade in quality over other Internet Archive...
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Topics: East Side Kids, Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, Sunshine Sammy Morrison, Dave O'Brien, Monogram Pictures,...
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Feb 19, 2015
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Hopefully, this file represents an upgrade in image quality to the others available on the Archive. from Wikipedia; Boys of the City  is a 1940  black-and-white  comedy/thriller film directed by  Joseph H. Lewis . It is the second  East Side Kids  film and the first to star  Bobby Jordan ,  Leo Gorcey , and  Ernest Morrison .  This film was a direct follow-up to  East Side Kids . After completing the pilot film for the series, producer  Sam Katzman  was able to convince former ...
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Topics: East Side Kids, Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, Sunshine Sammy Morrison, Dave O'Brien, Monogram Pictures,...
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Feb 19, 2015
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Officially, this is the first entry in the East Side Kids franchise. Made in 1940, this Monogram programmer doesn't yet have the familiar chemistry of Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, Bobby Jordan and Sammy Morrison, but it's an interesting and fun entry. I hope this new file represents an improvement over the other version available on the Archive. *  *  *  *  *  *  * from Wikipedia; In 1940 producer  Sam Katzman , noting the financial success of other tough-kid series, made the film  East Side...
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Topics: East Side Kids, Sam Katzman, Monogram Pictures, Leon Ames, Dave O'Brien, 1940, feature film
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A much improved, widescreen copy of Antonio Margheriti's first Italian space opera, "Assignment  Outer Space," also known as "Spacemen." The claim made in the Wikipedia article below that this film was released on a triple bill with "First Spaceship on Venus" and "The Mysterians" is a fantasy. It was originally released with "Phantom Planet," and was (arguably) the better film on that double bill. This film is interesting for having a black...
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Topics: Assignment Outer Space, Antonio Margheriti, Rik Van Nutter, Archie Savage, Spaghetti Sci-Fi,...
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This is an improved, widecreen version of Antonio Margheriti's "Battle of the Worlds" ("Il pianeta degli uomini spenti") starring Claude Rains.  Battle of the Worlds From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Pianeta degli uomini spenti, Il Theatrical release poster Directed by Antonio Margheriti Produced by Thomas Sagone Screenplay by Ennio De Concini Story by Ennio De Concini Starring Claude Rains Bill Carter Music by Mario Migliardi Cinematography Raffaele Masciocchi Edited...
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Topics: Antonio Margerhiti, Anthony Dawson, Italian Sci-Fi, Gamma One
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This is the 75 minute TV version of Roger Corman's (and Charles Griffin's) goofy self-parody "Creature from the Haunted Sea." For television, Monte Hellman wrote, produced and directed about 15 minutes of new footage to get the film up to a marketable length including an absurd theme song as performed by the wonderful Betsy Jones-Moreland. These scenes, presumably shot in 16mm, were never intended for theatrical release, but crop to a 16 x 9 aspect ratio (along with the rest of the...
Topics: Roger Corman, Charles B. Griffin, Robert Towne, Monte Hellman, Sci-Fi, Monster Movies, Filmgroup,...
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May 15, 2014
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This is a surreal little movie by Billy Wilder's much-less talented older brother, W. Lee Wilder. It was originally released in a 1:85 aspect ratio. This is an attempt to recreate the original aspect ratio using the best public domain print I could find. The 16mm print seemed to be already slightly cropped and a true 1:85 ratio looked too cramped. This version has been blown-up and cropped at about 1:75, not the correct ratio, but much closer to the intended composition. Killers from Space...
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Topics: Killers from Space, 1950s Sci-Fi, W. Lee Wilder, Peter Graves
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May 14, 2014
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This is the AIP-TV cut of Gamera vs. Barugon with improved color and sharpness. It's generally considered one of the better entries in the series. Gamera vs. Barugon From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Gamera vs. Barugon Theatrical poster Directed by Shigeo Tanaka Produced by Masaichi Nagata Written by Nisan Takahashi Starring Kōjirō Hongō Kyōko Enami Music by Chūji Kinoshita Cinematography Michio Takahashi Editing by Tatsuji Nakashizu Studio Daiei Film Distributed by Daiei Film...
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Topics: Gamera, Barugon, Daiei, Japanese, Kaiju, AIP, American International, Shigeo Tanaka, Kojiro Hongo
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An improved version of "Monster from a Prehistoric Planet" from AIP-TV aka "Gappa, the Triphibian Monster" (1967). The story bears a strong resemblance to British monster movie, "Gorgo" (1961). From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Gappa the Triphibian Monster Japanese poster Directed by Haruyasu Noguchi Produced by Hideo Koi Written by Ryuzo Nakanishi Gan Yamazaki Starring Tamio Kawaji Yôko Yamamoto Yuji Okada Music by Seitaro Omori Cinematography Muneo Ueda...
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Topics: Monster from a Prehistoric Planet, Kaiju, Japanese Science Fiction, Sci-Fi, American International,...
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Apr 10, 2014
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This is the AIP-TV version of "Warning from Space" with the Titra soundtrack and greatly improved color and detail, plus no annoying frameline as seen in other public domain versions. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Warning from Space Japanese film poster Directed by Koji Shima Produced by Masaichi Nagata Written by Hideo Oguni  (screenplay) Gentaro Nakajima  (novel) Jay Cipes  (English dialogue) Edward Palmer  (English dialogue) Starring Keizo Kawasaki Toyomi Karita Bin...
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Topics: Warning from Space, Japanese Science Fiction, Sci-Fi, Daiei Film, Koji Shima, American International
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"The Sword and the Dragon" (1960) is the Americanized version of the  Russian film "Ilya Murometz" (1956) released by Valiant Pictures and  presented by Joseph Harris and Sig Shore. The Russian original, was directed by famed fantasy film maker and  animator, Aleksandr Ptushko, and was derived from Russian folklore. It was  reportedly the first Russian film made in Cinemascope and 4-channel stereo  sound. The Americanized version was released to television in a pan and...
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Topics: Feature Films, fantasy, folklore, Russian, Aleksandr Ptushko, Joseph Harris, Sig Shore, Million...
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Aug 13, 2013
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"Voyage to the Planet of the Prehistoric Women" (1968) is the second of two reworkings of "Planeta Bur," a Soviet sci-fi film from 1959. The first was the similarly titled, "Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet" (1962) assembled by director Curtis Harrington for producer Roger Corman. "Voyage to the Planet of the Prehistoric Women" was confabulated by Peter Bogdanovich using the pseudonym, Derek Thomas. Working under the dictum that American International...
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Topics: Feature Films, Sci-Fi, Science Fiction, Roger Corman, Peter Bogdanovich, Pavel Klushantev, Curtis...
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"Voyage to the Planet of the Prehistoric Women" (1968) is the second of two reworkings of "Planeta Bur," a Soviet sci-fi film from 1959. It was confabulated by Peter Bogdanovich out of the earlier "Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet" (1965), which in turn was cobbled together from "Planeta Bur" by Curtis Harrington at the behest of producer Roger Corman. Bogdanovich, using the pseudonym, Derek Thomas, and working under the dictum that American...
Topics: Feature Films, Sci-Fi, Science Fiction, Roger Corman, Peter Bogdanovich, Curtis Harrington, Francis...