|Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman 1958 N/R, 65 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Comedy
Director: Nathan Juran
Cast: Allison Hayes, William Hudson, Yvette Vickers, Roy Gordon, George Douglas, Ken Terrell, Otto Waldis, Eileen Stevens, Michael Ross, Frank Chase, Thomas E. Jackson, Dick Tate
Nancy Archer (Allison Hayes) finds the way to avenge her unfaithful husband, Harry (William Hudson), when–after her encounter with an alien–she grows to enormous proportions. This film has become an entertaining cult film.
|Dick Tracy's G-Men 1939 N/R, 263 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Thriller
Director: John English, William Witney
Cast: Ralph Byrd, Irving Pichel, Ted Pearson, Walter Miller, George Douglas, Robert Carson, Julian Madison, Jennifer Jones, Tristram Coffin, Harry Humphrey, Kenneth Harlan, Ted Mapes, William Stahl, Robert Wayne, Ken Terrell
In the third of four Dick Tracy serials, Tracy (Ralph Byrd) is an FBI agent and is on the trail of Zarnoff (Irving Pichel), the head of an international spy ring. The trouble is, it's the second chase of the evil Zarnoff, who had previously been caught by Tracy and executed. However, after being revived by drugs, he is back in business and gives Dick and his men all they can handle. (15 episodes)
|Hold That Woman! 1940 N/R, 61 min.|
Director: Sam Newfield
Cast: James Dunn, Frances Gifford, George Douglas, Martin Spellman, Rita La Roy, Eddie Fetherston, Guy Usher, Paul Bryar, Edwin Miller, Jack Roper, Dave O'Brien, William Newell
Repossessor Jimmy Parker's (James Dunn) current task is to repossess a radio for nonpayment. After accomplishing his mission, he is pursued by gangsters who want the stolen jewels hidden in the radio. After the obligatory escapades, he brings about the capture of the bad guys.
|Home in Wyomin' 1942 N/R, 67 min.|
Director: William Morgan
Cast: Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Fay McKenzie, Olin Howland, Joseph Strauch Jr., Charles(2) Lane, James Seay, Chick Chandler, Forrest Taylor, Hal Price, George Douglas, Frankie Marvin
Radio singing star Gene Autry comes to the rescue of a former boss who is about to lose his rodeo.
|Let Us Live! 1939 N/R, 68 min.|
Director: John Brahm
Cast: Maureen O'Sullivan, Henry Fonda, Ralph Bellamy, Alan Baxter, Stanley Ridges, Henry Kolker, Charles Trowbridge, Byron Foulger, George Douglas, Phillip Trent
Two innocent men are sentenced to death for a murder they did not commit, and the fiancee (Maureen O'Sullivan) of one of the prisoners (Henry Fonda) is determined to save her lover's life. Heavy soap.
|Showdown at Boot Hill 1958 N/R, 71 min.|
Director: Gene Fowler Jr.
Cast: Charles Bronson, Robert Hutton, John Carradine, Paul Maxey, Carole Mathews, Fintan Meyler, Thomas Browne Henry, Mike Mason, George Pembroke, William Stevens, Martin Smith, Joe McGuinn, George Douglas, Argentina Brunetti, Ed Wright
When bounty hunter Luke Welsh (Charles Bronson) discovers, to his horror, that he has mistakenly killed an innocent man, he has many problems to solve for himself as well as the family of the victim. Meanwhile, the townsmen organize a gang and go after Luke.
|The Snow Creature 1954 G, 70 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: W. Lee Wilder
Cast: Paul Langton, Leslie Denison, Teru Shimada, Rollin Moriyama, Robert Kino, Robert Hinton, Darlene Fields, George Douglas, Robert Bice, Rudolph Anders, William Phipps, Jack Daly, Rusty Wescoatt
A snow creature has been captured in the Himalayas and is being shipped to the U.S. when a problem develops during the Customs inspection. The creature, which will kill anyone it comes near, escapes from the meat cooler that it is being shipped in and disappears into and under the L.A. city streets.
|1. Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman (1958)|
2. Dick Tracy's G-Men (1939)
3. Hold That Woman! (1940)
4. Home in Wyomin' (1942)
5. Let Us Live! (1939)
6. The Night Riders (1939)
7. Pals of the Saddle (1938)
8. Showdown at Boot Hill (1958)
9. The Snow Creature (1954)
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