|Accidents Will Happen 1938 N/R, 60 min.|
Director: William Clemens
Cast: Ronald Reagan, Gloria Blondell, Dick Purcell, Sheila Bromley, Addison Richards, Hugh O'Connell, Janet Shaw, Elliott Sullivan, Anderson Lawler, Mary Doyle, Spec O'Donnell, Kenneth Harlan, Don Barclay, Earl Dwire, Betty Farrington
Eric Gregg (Ronald Reagan) is a claims adjuster for Central Casualty Insurance Company where he works as an insurance adjuster. Eric's own wife, Nona (Sheila Bromley), is deeply in debt to an insurance fraud ring. When this becomes known, Eric loses both Nora and his job. Now, Eric joins forces with cigar-store clerk Patricia Carmody (Gloria Blondell) and brings down the insurance fraud culprits.
|An Angel from Texas 1940 N/R, 69 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Ray Enright
Cast: Eddie Albert, Rosemary Lane, Wayne Morris, Jane Wyman, Ronald Reagan, Ruth Terry, John Litel, Hobart Cavanaugh, Ann Shoemaker, Tom Kennedy, Vera Lewis, Ethan Laidlaw, Elliott Sullivan, Jimmy O'Gatty, Mira McKinney
Based on George S. Kaufman's "The Butter and Egg Man," this popular story is about a young couple, Lydia Weston (Rosemary Lane) and her boyfriend Peter Coleman (Eddie Albert) who learn the foibles of the big city when they attempt to find a shortcut to success on Broadway.
|The Lady Gambles 1949 N/R, 98 min.|
Director: Michael Gordon
Cast: Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Preston, Stephen McNally, Edith Barrett, Leif Erickson, Don Beddoe, Tony Curtis, John Hoyt, Philip Van Zandt, Elliott Sullivan, John Harmon, Curt Conway, Houseley Stevenson, Peter Leeds, Nana Bryant
Joan Booth (Barbara Stanwyck) is addicted to gambling to the point that her marriage to David (Robert Preston) falls apart. As the means of support for her addiction, Joan finds work at Horace Corrigan's (Stephen McNally) casino and continues gambling. The job does not work out for her, and Joan is about to commit suicide when David gets help from psychiatrist Dr. Rojac (John Hoyt) and Joan's sister Ruth (Edith Barrett), and they save her life.
|The Man with Two Lives 1942 N/R, 67 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Phil Rosen
Cast: Edward Norris, Frederick Burton, Addison Richards, Edward Keane, Hugh Sothern, Eleanor Lawson, Marlo Dwyer, Tom Seidel, Elliott Sullivan, Anthony Warde, Ernie Adams, Kenne Duncan
Philip (Edward Norris) and his fiancee, Helen (Marlo Dwyer), are involved in an automobile accident in which Philip is killed. Dr. Richard Clark (Edward Keane) is called in and succeeds in bringing Philip back to life. But, at the same moment, a criminal being executed takes over Philip's soul, and Philip finds himself being drawn into the criminal world.
|Racket Busters 1938 N/R, 71 min.|
Director: Lloyd Bacon
Cast: Humphrey Bogart, George Brent, Gloria Dickson, Allen Jenkins, Walter Abel, Penny Singleton, Henry O'Neill, Anthonuy Averill, Oscar O'Shea, Elliott Sullivan, Fay Helm, Joe Downing, Norman Willis, Don Rowan, Stuart Holmes
Tough mobster Martin (Humphrey Bogart) decides to add the NYC truckers to his territory despite the efforts of special prosecutor Allison (Walter Abel) to stop him.
|The Saint's Double Trouble 1940 N/R, 68 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery
Director: Jack Hively
Cast: George Sanders, Helene Whitney, Jonathan Hale, Bela Lugosi, Donald MacBride, John F. Hamilton, Thomas W. Ross, Elliott Sullivan, Pat O'Malley, Byron Foulger, Ralph Dunn, Walter Miller, Donald Kerr, Pat McKee, Sammy Stein
The dastardly Saint look-alike, Duke Plato (George Sanders) smuggles diamonds into the U.S. from Egypt via a mummy with his partner's (Bela Lugosi) help. Now, the Saint (George Sanders) must not only clear himself, but also recover the diamonds and bring the bad guys to justice.
|The Sergeant 1968 R, 108 min.|
Director: John Flynn
Cast: Rod Steiger, John Phillip Law, Ludmila Mikael, Frank Latimore, Elliott Sullivan, Ronald Rubin, Philip Roye, Jerry Brouer, Memphis Slim, Gabriel Gascon, Nadine Alari
A soldier hero, Master Sergeant Collan (Rod Steiger), stationed at an Army base in France, becomes sexually obsessed with Private First Class Swanson (John Phillip Law). When his advances are rejected, Collan begins his own psychological and physical decline.
|Smashing the Money Ring 1939 N/R, 57 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Adventure
Director: Terry O. Morse
Cast: Ronald Reagan, Margot Stevenson, Eddie Foy Jr., Joe Downing, Charles D. Brown, Elliott Sullivan, Charles C. Wilson, William B. Davidson, Donald Douglas, Joe King, John Hamilton, Sidney Bracey, Jack Wise, Jack Mower, Don Turner
This is the third in a series of Secret Service stories starring Ronald Reagan as Lieutenant "Brass" Bancroft. This time around "Brass" leads his agents in an attempt to stop illegal action at sea.
|The Spikes Gang 1974 PG, 96 min.|
Director: Richard Fleischer
Cast: Lee Marvin, Gary Grimes, Ron Howard, Charles Martin Smith, Arthur Hunnicutt, Noah Beery Jr., Marc Smith, Don Fellows, Elliott Sullivan, Robert Beatty, Bert Conway, Ralph Brown, Bill Curran, David Thomson, Ricardo Palacios
Garry Spikes (Lee Marvin) is a veteran gunman who is wounded, and runaway boys–Les Richter (Ron Howard) and Will Young (Gary Grimes)–nurse him back to health. They love hearing Spikes tell about his past adventures, and Spikes encourages them to form an outlaw gang with him as their leader. Les and Will enter the world of bank robberies with Spikes, but then Spikes double-crosses them and hunts them as a bounty hunter. When Will decides to settle the score and get revenge, mayhem is certain to follow.
|Tropic of Cancer 1970 NC-17, 86 min.|
Director: Joseph Strick
Cast: Rip Torn, James T. Callahan, Ellen Burstyn, David Bauer, Laurence Ligneres, Phil Brown, Dominique Delpierre, Stuart De Silva, Raymond Gerome, Gisele Grimm, Francoise Lugagne, Ginette Leclerc, Magali Noel, Elliott Sullivan, Sheila Steafel
Based on Henry Miller's popular novel, this is an entertaining sex comedy about young American expatriate Henry Miller's (Rip Torn) adventures in Paris. Henry's wife Mona (Ellen Burstyn) arrives, and they stay in a seedy hotel until Mona insists that they find a better hotel. They move, but Mona grows tired of Paris and leaves. Now, Henry's life consists of sexual encounters, finding free meals, and maybe finding a job.
|Vampyres 1974 R, 87 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
aka: Daughters of Dracula
Vampyres: Daughters of Darkness
Director: Jose Ramon Larraz
Cast: Marianne Morris, Anulka Dziubinska, Murray Brown, Brian Deacon, Sally Faulkner, Michael Byrne, Karl Lanchbury, Bessie Love, Elliott Sullivan, Margaret Heald, Gerald Case
Lesbian vampires Fran and Miriam (Marianne Morris and Anulka Dziubinska–a Playboy centerfold) hang out by the highway at night hitching a ride and luring the victims to their mansion where each is drained of blood. But, one intended victim, Ted (Murray Brown), falls in love with Fran, AND she takes a liking to him. However, he knows he will be drained of blood eventually. Lots of nakedness and blood with good "creepiness." This is a cut down version to get it into the "R" category.
|1. Accidents Will Happen (1938)|
2. An Angel from Texas (1940)
3. The Lady Gambles (1949)
4. The Man with Two Lives (1942)
5. Racket Busters (1938)
6. The Saint's Double Trouble (1940)
7. The Sergeant (1968)
8. Smashing the Money Ring (1939)
9. The Spikes Gang (1974)
10. Tropic of Cancer (1970)
11. Vampyres (1974)
aka: Daughters of Dracula
aka: Vampyres: Daughters of Darkness
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