|Beast of Blood 1971 N/R, 90 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Horror / Thriller
aka: Beast of the Dead
Return to the Horrors of Blood Island
Director: Eddie Romero
Cast: John Ashley, Celeste Yarnall, Eddie Garcia, Alfonso Carvajal, Bruno Punzalan, Liza Belmonte, Angel Buenaventura, Beverly Miller, Johnny Long
Dr. Lorca's (Eddie Garcia) current task is to provide a human head (from murdered "contributors") on a green-blooded monster in order to tame it down after terrorizing the natives of Blood Island. Gore happens, as they say, and reporter Myra (Celeste Yarnall), who is looking for a story, becomes part of it until saved by our hero, Bill (John Ashley). Sequel to "Mad Doctor of Blood Island."
|Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice 1969 R, 104 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Paul Mazursky
Cast: Robert Culp, Natalie Wood, Elliott Gould, Dyan Cannon, Horst Ebersberg, Lee Bergere, Donald F. Muhich, K.T. Stevens, Noble Lee Holoderread Jr., Celeste Yarnall, Greg Mullavy, Diane Berghoff, Lynn Borden, Linda Burton, Andre Philippe
This very funny account of four people–Bob and Carol Sanders (Robert Culp and Natalie Wood) and Ted and Alice (Elliott Gould and Dyan Cannon)–who are determined to be completely honest with each other, even to the point of an attempted orgy among the four of them, ends up with the group discovering that they are more conservative than they believed.
|Born Yesterday 1993 PG, 101 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Luis Mandoki
Cast: Melanie Griffith, Don Johnson, John Goodman, Edward Herrmann, Max Perlich, Michael Ensign, Ted Raimi, Fred Dalton Thompson, Benjamin C. Bradlee, Sally Quinn, William Frankfather, Celeste Yarnall, Nora Dunn, Meg Wittner, William Forward
This is a remake of the classic 1950 hit starring Judy Holliday. This time around, Melanie Griffith takes on the role of the delightful Billie Dawn. When she appears a little too dizzy to help her real estate tycoon lover, a tutor (Don Johnson) is hired to enlighten her.
|Live a Little, Love a Little 1968 N/R, 89 min.|
Genre: Musical / Comedy / Romance
Director: Norman Taurog
Cast: Elvis Presley, Michele Carey, Don Porter, Rudy Vallee, Sterling Holloway, Eddie Hodges, Dick Sargent, Celeste Yarnall, Joan Shawlee, Mary Grover, Phyllis Davis, Emily Banks, Merri Ashley, Ursula Menzel, Michael Keller
In Elvis Presley's 28th film, he takes on the role of freelance photographer Greg Nolan who has problems juggling his careers in which he works for a girlie magazine while taking a second job with a conservative publication located in the same building. Complications arise after he meets fashion model Bernice (Michele Carey) and enters into an on-again, off-again romance. Songs include "Wonderful World," "Almost in Love," and "Edge of Reality."
|Under the Yum Yum Tree 1963 N/R, 110 min.|
Director: David Swift
Cast: Jack Lemmon, Carol Lynley, Dean Jones, Edie Adams, Imogene Coca, Paul Lynde, Robert Lansing, Bill Bixby, Bill Erwin, Cliff Carnell, Irene Tsu, Joy Harmon, Celeste Yarnall, Lyn Edgington, Pamela Curran
A young couple, Robin (Carol Lynley) and David (Dean Jones), rent an apartment–not knowing that their landlord, the rakish Hogan (Jack Lemmon) has plans to seduce Robin. Marriage counselor Irene (Edie Adams) has suggested that they move in together to find out whether or not they will become good marriage partners. When David realizes that Hogan has his eye on Lisa, he makes his own plans, and, after a major problem, they elope and look forward to a great future together.
|1. Beast of Blood (1971)|
aka: Beast of the Dead
aka: Return to the Horrors of Blood Island
2. Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice (1969)
3. Born Yesterday (1993)
4. Live a Little, Love a Little (1968)
5. Under the Yum Yum Tree (1963)
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