|Adventures in Iraq 1943 N/R, 64 min.|
Director: D. Ross Lederman
Cast: John Loder, Ruth Ford, Warren Douglas, Paul Cavanagh, Barry Bernard, Peggy Carson, Bill Crago, Martin Garralaga, Manuel Lopez, Dick Botiller, Eugene Borden, Bill Edwards, John George, James Dime, Mike Tellegen
In this remake of 1930's "The Green Goddess," Doug's (Warren Douglas) plane is forced down in a desert storm. He and his two passengers are taken hostage by a sheik who intends to trade the trio for his brothers who are held by the British.
|Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back 1947 N/R, 65 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Action / Drama / Adventure
Director: Frank McDonald
Cast: Ron Randell, Gloria Henry, Patrick O'Moore, Anabel Shaw, Terry Kilburn, Holmes Herbert, Wilton Graff, Matthew Boulton, Barry Bernard, Carl Harbord, Leslie Denison, Elspeth Dudgeon, Frank Marlowe, Eric Wilton, Lee Anderson
Bulldog Drummond (Ron Randell) is retired from the British military but still finds plenty of action. In this 14th entry in the Bulldog Drummond series, Drummond uncovers the plot of a phony heiress trying to gain an undeserved inheritance.
|Charlie Chan in the Secret Service 1944 N/R, 65 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Drama / Comedy / Thriller
Director: Phil Rosen
Cast: Sidney Toler, Mantan Moreland, Gwen Kenyon, Benson Fong, Arthur Loft, Sarah Edwards, George J. Lewis, Marianne Quon, Muni Seroff, Barry Bernard, Gene Roth, Eddy Chandler, Lelah Tyler, George Lessey, Davison Clark
Charlie Chan (Sidney Toler) is appointed as an agent for the Secret Service when a government scientist is killed and his secret plans to fight off German U-boats are stolen. Charlie gets aid from Number Three Daughter Iris (Marianne Quon) and Number Two Son Tommie (Benson Fong), and, despite the killer targeting Charlie twice, Charlie continues in his quest to weed out the real killer from a list of suspects.
|Cry Wolf 1947 N/R, 83 min.|
Director: Peter Godfrey
Cast: Errol Flynn, Barbara Stanwyck, Geraldine Brooks, Richard Basehart, Jerome Cowan, John Ridgely, Patricia Barry, Jack Mower, Paul Stanton, Rory Mallinson, Helen Thimig, Barry Bernard, John Elliott, Creighton Hale, Lisa Golm
Sandra Marshall (Barbara Stanwyck) returns to her late husband James' family mansion for his funeral and announces to James' research scientist uncle, Mark (Errol Flynn), the news of her secret marriage to James. Mark distrusts Sandra but allows her to stay at the mansion where she makes friends with James' sister Julie (Geraldine Brooks) who then dies under mysterious circumstances. Sandra believes that Mark has committed the murder of Julie, but are her suspicions correct?
|The Hound of the Baskervilles 1972 TV, 78 min.|
Director: Barry Crane
Cast: Stewart Granger, William Shatner, Bernard Fox, John Williams, Anthony Zerbe, Jane Merrow, Sally Ann Howes, Brendan Dillon, Ian Ireland, Alan Caillou, Arline Anderson, Liam Dunn, Michael St. Clair, Constance Cavendish, Barry Bernard
In this made-for-TV version of Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes tale, Holmes (Stewart Granger) is asked to investigate the Baskerville family curse and protect the latest heir, Sir Henry Baskerville (Ian Ireland). Holmes sends Dr. Watson (Bernard Fox) to the Baskerville estate to investigate, while Holmes disguises himself to perform undercover work. Together, Watson and Holmes learn that a relative of the Baskerville family plans to use a gigantic hound to kill Henry and then gain possession of the estate.
|Kind Lady 1951 N/R, 80 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Drama / Thriller
Director: John Sturges
Cast: Ethel Barrymore, Maurice Evans, Angela Lansbury, Keenan Wynn, Betsy Blair, John Williams, Doris Lloyd, John O'Malley, Henri Letondal, Moyna MacGill, Barry Bernard, Sally Cooper, Arthur Gould-Porter, Sherlee Collier, Phyllis Morris
Mary Herries (Ethel Barrymore) is a kind and wealthy old woman. Along comes painter Henry Elcott (Maurice Evans) who enters her home after demonstrating his painting skills. But, of course, he really wants her money and everything she owns. A good update of the 1935 film, partly because the author of the original play, Edward Chodorov, co-scripted this tale.
|My World Dies Screaming 1958 N/R, 81 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
aka: Terror in the Haunted House
Director: Harold Daniels
Cast: Gerald Mohr, Cathy O'Donnell, William Ching, John Qualen, Barry Bernard
A newly married woman (Cathy O'Donnell), who has lived in Switzerland since childhood, starts having recurring nightmares of an old house. When she and her husband (Gerald Mohr) move to the U.S., they move into–you guessed it–the very house of her nightmares, and the terror begins. Noted for the subliminal pictures and messages that flash on the screen. Slow.
|The Panther's Claw 1942 N/R, 72 min.|
Director: William Beaudine
Cast: Sidney Blackmer, Byron Foulger, Rick Vallin, Herbert Rawlinson, Gerta Rozan, Lynn Starr, Barry Bernard, John Ince, Martin Ashe, Thornton Edwards, Walter James, Frank Darien, Willy Castello
Police Commissioner Thatcher Colt (Sidney Blackner) investigates a murder in an opera company, and, while wigmaker Everett Digberry (Byron Foulger) is the prime suspect, many are on the list of potential perpetrators.
|Return of the Fly 1959 N/R, 78 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Horror / Drama
Director: Edward Bernds
Cast: Vincent Price, Brett Halsey, David Frankham, John Sutton, Dan Seymour, Danielle De Metz, Jack Daly, Michael Mark, Janine Grandel, Richard Flato, Gregg Martell, Francisco Villalobos, Pat O'Hara, Joan Cotton, Barry Bernard
This film is a sequel to "The Fly" and is followed by "Curse of the Fly." If you are a "Fly" fan, this is fun viewing. When Philippe Delambre (Brett Halsey) and his uncle Francois Delambre (Vincent Price) try to put Philippe's teleportation machine back in order, they succeed–with disastrous results.
|1. Adventures in Iraq (1943)|
2. Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back (1947)
3. Charlie Chan in the Secret Service (1944)
4. Cry Wolf (1947)
5. The Hound of the Baskervilles (1972)
6. Kind Lady (1951)
7. My World Dies Screaming (1958)
aka: Terror in the Haunted House
8. The Panther's Claw (1942)
9. Return of the Fly (1959)
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