|Black Angel 1946 N/R, 80 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery
Director: Roy William Neill
Cast: Dan Duryea, June Vincent, Peter Lorre, Broderick Crawford, Constance Dowling, Wallace Ford, Hobart Cavanaugh, Freddie Steele, John Phillips, Ben Bard, Junius Matthews, Marion Martin, Archie Twitchell, Maurice St. Clair, Vilova
Although innocent, Kirk Bennett (John Phillips) is sentenced to death for the murder of Martin Blair's (Dan Duryea) ex-wife Mavis Marlowe (Constance Dowling). Kirk's wife, Catherine (June Vincent), teams up with Martin to prove Kirk's innocence, and they suspect nightclub owner Marko (Peter Lorre).
|Heldorado 1946 N/R, 70 min.|
Director: William Witney
Cast: Roy Rogers, George "Gabby" Hayes, Dale Evans, Paul Harvey, Brad Dexter, Eddie Acuff, Clayton Moore, Bob Nolan, John Phillips, Rex Lease, John Bagni, Malcolm "Bud" McTaggart, Steve Darrell, Doye O'Dell, Charles Williams
Nevada State Ranger Roy Rogers is attending the annual Heldorado parade in Las Vegas when he is told by the FBI to investigate racketeering at the gambling houses. Roy captures the racketeers and their leader (Paul Harvey) and still has time to woo heiress Carol Randall (Dale Evans) while enjoying the Heldorado celebration that his friend, Gabby Whittaker (George "Gabby" Hayes) had originated.
|The Mouse on the Moon 1963 N/R, 85 min.|
Director: Richard Lester
Cast: Margaret Rutherford, Ron Moody, Bernard Cribbins, David Kossoff, Terry-Thomas, June Ritchie, John Le Mesurier, John Phillips, Tom Aldredge, Peter Sallis
A very funny (but weaker) sequel to "The Mouse That Roared" as the Duchy of Grand Fenwick now gets into the space race. It seems that everything goes wrong in the Duchy–wine bottles are exploding and the castle's plumbing is a shambles. So–the U.S. is asked for money to start a Grand Fenwick Space Program, which is, in reality, just money to fix the plumbing. But now the fun starts as the U.S. grants the request.
|The Mummy's Shroud 1967 N/R, 90 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: John Gilling
Cast: Andre Morell, John Phillips, David Buck, Elizabeth Sellars, Maggie Kimberly, Michael Ripper, Andreas Malandrinos, Tim Barrett, Richard Warner, Roger Delgado, Catherine Lacey, Dickie Owen, Bruno Barnabe, Toni Gilpin, Eddie Powell
British archaeologists Sir Basil Walden (Andre Morrell), Paul Preston (David Buck), a photographer (Tim Barrett), and psychic linguist Claire (Maggie Kimberley) make the mistake of digging up the mummified remains of an Egyptian Pharaoh and now must pay the consequences of being killed off–one by one.
|Romanoff and Juliet 1961 N/R, 103 min.|
Director: Peter Ustinov
Cast: Peter Ustinov, Sandra Dee, John Gavin, Akim Tamiroff, Alix Talton, Rik Van Nutter, John Phillips, Peter Jones, Tamara Shayne, Suzanne Cloutier
Peter Ustinov wrote, directed, and stars in this Cold War satire of a turn of events in the lives of two ambassadors–one from the U.S. and the other from the U.S.S.R. whose lives change when their children, Juliet (Sandra Dee) and Igor (John Gavin) meet and fall in love.
|Seven Men from Now 1956 N/R, 77 min.|
Director: Budd Boetticher
Cast: Randolph Scott, Lee Marvin, Walter Reed, Gail Russell, John Larch, Don "Red" Barry, Fred Graham, John Beradino, John Phillips, Stuart Whitman, Chuck Roberson, Pamela Duncan, Steve Mitchell, Cliff Lyons, Fred Sherman
After his wife is killed in a robbery at the Wells Fargo office, former sheriff Ben Stride (Randolph Scott) devotes his energies to seeking revenge on the seven men who killed her. Along his trek, Ben is joined by John and Annie Greer (Walter Reed and Gail Russell) who are heading to California, and he helps them. Also appearing on the scene are Bill Masters (Lee Marvin) and Clete (Don "Red" Barry) who know that Ben is searching for the robbers, and they want to get their hands on the loot. The intrigue continues and results in a final showdown.
|So Goes My Love 1946 N/R, 88 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Frank Ryan
Cast: Myrna Loy, Don Ameche, Rhys Williams, Bobby Driscoll, Richard Gaines, Molly Lamont, Sara Padden, Clara Blandick, John Gallaudet, John Phillips, Renie Riano, Bruce Edwards, Wheaton Chambers, Sherlee Graybill, Pierre Watkin
Set in 1860s' Brooklyn, this is the story of the inventor of the Maxim machine gun, Hiram Stephen Maxim (Don Ameche). The theme is about his married life to Jane (Myrna Loy) and how she adjusts to life with a slightly offbeat genius. They have two children, love flourishes, and Maxim's inventions are successful to the extent that his portrait hangs in the National Hall of Science.
|Torture Garden 1967 N/R, 92 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Freddie Francis
Cast: Jack Palance, Burgess Meredith, Beverly Adams, Peter Cushing, Barbara Ewing, Michael Bryant, Maurice Denham, John Standing, Robert Hutton, John Phillips, Michael Ripper, Bernard Kay, Catherine Finn, Niall MacGinnis, Ursula Howells
During his circus sideshow performance, Dr. Diablo (Burgess Meredith) proclaims, "I've promised you horror...and I intend to keep that promise!" Four separate horror episodes ensue. In "Enoch," a greedy playboy (Michael Bryant) makes sure he gets his inheritance by obeying a talking cat, Balthaza. The second story, "Terror over Hollywood," involves an actress (Beverly Adams) falling in love with a leading man (Robert Hutton) only to learn that he has been turned into a robot, and the same fate lies in store for her. In "Mr. Steinway," a journalist (Barbara Ewing) interviews a concert pianist (John Standing) whose piano is possessed. Finally, in "The Man Who Collected Poe," a collector (Jack Palance) visits a fellow collector (Peter Cushing) and learns that he has brought Edgar Allan Poe back to life, and he is writing stories in the basement.
|Village of the Damned 1960 N/R, 78 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Horror / Mystery
Director: Wolf Rilla
Cast: George Sanders, Barbara Shelley, Martin Stephens, Michael C. Gwynne, Laurence Naismith, John Phillips, Richard Vernon, Richard Warner, Thomas Heathcote, Jenny Laird, Sarah Long, Charlotte Mitchell, Pamela Buck, Rosamund Greenwood, Susan Richards
Twelve children are born the same night in a British village. Strangely, they seem to display no emotions, and all look alike. They are very bright and have telekinetic powers. Gordon Zellaby's (George Sanders) wife Anthea (Barbara Shelley) has given birth to one of the babies, and, a few years later, Gordon educates them but becomes skeptical when he finds that they make people do strange things. Finally, Gordon sets out to destroy the children but loses his own life in the process.
|1. Black Angel (1946)|
2. Heldorado (1946)
3. The Mouse on the Moon (1963)
4. The Mummy's Shroud (1967)
5. Romanoff and Juliet (1961)
6. Seven Men from Now (1956)
7. So Goes My Love (1946)
8. Torture Garden (1967)
9. Village of the Damned (1960)
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