|Frankenstein's Daughter 1958 N/R, 85 min.|
Genre: Horror / Sci-Fi / Romance / Thriller
Director: Richard E. Cunha
Cast: John Ashley, Sandra Knight, Donald Murphy, Harold Lloyd Jr., Sally Todd, Felix Locher, John Zaremba, Robert Dix, Harry Wilson, Voltaire Perkins, Charlotte Portney, Wolfe Barzell, Bill Coontz, George Barrows, Page Cavanaugh
Set in modern times, Frankenstein's grandson, Oliver Frankenstein (Donald Murphy), is living in Los Angeles where he creates a new monster by killing teenager Trudy (Sandra Knight) who then sets off on a killing spree. John Ashley appears as Trudy's boyfriend, Johnny Bruder, who tries to stop Oliver from completing his evil deed.
|Lord Love a Duck 1966 N/R, 105 min.|
Director: George Axelrod
Cast: Roddy McDowall, Tuesday Weld, Lola Albright, Martin West, Ruth Gordon, Harvey Korman, Sarah Marshall, Lynn Carey, Max Showalter, Donald Murphy
This film is nearly as weird as its title. Alan (Roddy McDowall) is one extremely bright high-school senior who looks after new arrival Barbara (Tuesday Weld). Madcap humor, much of it black, has made this before-its-time movie a cult favorite.
|Shack Out on 101 1955 N/R, 79 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Edward Dain
Cast: Terry Moore, Frank Lovejoy, Keenan Wynn, Lee Marvin, Whit Bissell, Frank DeKova, Jess Barker, Len Lesser, Donald Murphy, Fred Gabourie
Kotty (Terry Moore) is a waitress in a diner along California's Highway 101 that is a front for Communist spies. The Professor (Frank Lovejoy) visits the restaurant often and exchanges government secrets with the restaurant's short-order cook Slob (Lee Marvin). Both men lust after Kotty. As the story progresses, there is more to The Professor than meets the eye, and he is trying to trap Communist agent Slob and, at the same time, working to keep Kotty and Slob apart.
|1. Frankenstein's Daughter (1958)|
2. Lord Love a Duck (1966)
3. Shack Out on 101 (1955)
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