|Assault on a Queen 1966 N/R, 106 min.|
Director: Jack Donohue
Cast: Frank Sinatra, Virna Lisi, Anthony Franciosa, Richard Conte, Alf Kjellin, Murray Matheson, Reginald Denny, Val Avery, John Warburton, Lester Matthews, Errol John, Gilchrist Stuart, Ronald Long, Leslie Bradley, Arthur Gould-Porter
Rod Serling adapted this script from a Frank Finney novel. The plot involves a group planning to salvage a submarine and use it in a planned robbery aboard the Queen Mary. Rosa Lucchesi (Verna Lisi) and her partner, Eric Laufftiauer (Alf Kjellin), hire Mark Brittain (Frank Sinatra) to refurbish a German U-Boat to help in the robbery. However, the salvage work proves exhausting, and they never get around to the actual crime.
|Attack of the Crab Monsters 1957 N/R, 68 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Horror
Director: Roger Corman
Cast: Richard Garland, Pamela Duncan, Russell Johnson, Leslie Bradley, Mel Welles, Ed Nelson, Richard H. Cutting, Beach Dickerson, Tony Miller, Charles B. Griffith, Maitland Stuart, Robin Riley, Doug Robberts
Giant crabs take on the personalities of their victims and terrify scientists on a remote island in the Pacific.
|Candlelight in Algiers 1944 N/R, 85 min.|
Director: George King
Cast: James Mason, Carla Lehmann, Walter Rilla, Raymond Lovell, Enid Stamp-Taylor, Pamela Stirling, Lea Seidl, Leslie Bradley, Meinhart Maur, Harold Berens, Hella Kurty, Michael Morel, Richard George, Paul Bonifas, Bart Norman
Fact and fiction combine in this World War II political espionage film that involves plans for a meeting of Allied leaders along the Algerian coast. British agent Alex Thurston (James Mason) is assigned to job of recovering a film showing the exact location of where Eisnehower's top aide, Gen. Mark Clark (Bart Norman), and other important Allies are planning to meet. While Thurston searches for the film in Algiers, Nazi agent Dr. Muller (Walter Rilla) trails him. But it is Thurston who–with help from American sculptress Susan Foster (Carla Lehmann) and her French friend Yvette (Pamela Stirling)–finds the film, alerts Allied officers, and saves the day.
|The Crimson Pirate 1952 N/R, 104 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure / Comedy
Director: Robert Siodmak
Cast: Burt Lancaster, Eva Bartok, Nick Cravat, Leslie Bradley, Christopher Lee, Frederick Leister, Torin Thatcher, James Hayter, Margot Grahame, Frank Pettingell, Noel Purcell, Eliot Makeham, Dana Wynter, Ewan Roberts
This film has developed a cult following for its thrills and laughter as it verges on satire of the action genre. The Crimson Pirate, Captain Vallo (Burt Lancaster) does it all; he intercepts a cargo ship, swings his sword, and wins the fair lady Consuelo (Eva Bartok). 1 User Review
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| One of his best movies.|
|Hell and High Water 1954 N/R, 103 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Thriller
Director: Samuel Fuller
Cast: Richard Widmark, Bella Darvi, Victor Francen, Cameron Mitchell, Gene Evans, David Wayne, Stephen Bekassy, Richard Loo, Peter Scott, Henry Kulky, Harry Carter, Robert Adler, Rollin Moriyama, Leslie Bradley
In this Cold War era film, Prof. Montel (Victor Francen) and his daughter Denise (Bella Darvi) worry that the U.S. government is not capable of handling a nuclear threat. The solution is to hire ex-Navy Captain Adam Jones (Richard Widmark) to command a submarine as the means of looking for evidence that the Communists are planning to launch a nuclear missile aimed at North Korea and then blame the U.S. for the action. Special effects are impressive–especially when Jones must deal with a Communist Chinese submarine that his own submarine is no match for, and the subs run silent and deep.
|King Richard and the Crusaders 1954 N/R, 113 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Drama / Romance
Director: David Butler
Cast: Rex Harrison, Virginia Mayo, George Sanders, Laurence Harvey, Robert Douglas, Michael Pate, Paula Raymond, Lester Matthews, Anthony Eustrel, Henry Corden, Wilton Graff, Neila Ates, Nick Cravat, Leslie Bradley, Bruce Lester
Under King Richard the Lion-Hearted's (George Sanders) leadership, Christian nations set off on the Third Crusade in an attempt to reclaim the Holy Grail from arch foe Saladin (Rex Harrison), Commander of the Faithful, Sultan of all Islam. Rivalries among the crusaders and Saladin's romantic interest in British noblewoman Lady Edith Plantagenet (Virginia Mayo) are items that Richard must contend with during this crusade.
|Kiss of Fire 1955 N/R, 87 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Drama
Director: Joseph M. Newman
Cast: Barbara Rush, Jack Palance, Rex Reason, Martha Hyer, Leslie Bradley, Alan Reed, Lawrence Dobkin, Steven Geray, Joseph Waring, Pat Hogan, Karen Kadler, Henry Rowland, Bernie Gozier, Dave Kashner, John Mansfield
In this romantic drama, a member of the Spanish aristocracy, Princess Lucia (Barbara Rush), is living in Santa Fe, New Mexico, when she learns that the king is dying. Spanish nobleman turned outlaw El Tigre (Jack Palance) escorts Lucia back to Europe, and along the hazardous trek they fall in love. Now, Lucia chooses love over royalty and gives up the throne for true love.
|Lady Godiva of Coventry 1955 N/R, 89 min.|
aka: Lady Godiva
Director: Arthur Lubin
Cast: Maureen O'Hara, George Nader, Victor McLaglen, Rex Reason, Clint Eastwood, Torin Thatcher, Robert Warwick, Eduard Franz, Leslie Bradley, Arthur Gould-Porter, Grant Withers, Anthony Eustrel, Kathryn Givney, Thayer Roberts, Sim Iness
In the 11th century, Lady Godiva (Maureen O'Hara) proves her loyalty to Saxony during turbulent times when she protests taxes by a taking a naked ride on a horse through Coventry. As Lady Godiva rides, her fellow citizens look the other way to prove that they also are loyal to Saxony.
|Man in the Attic 1954 N/R, 81 min.|
Genre: Horror / Mystery / Thriller
Director: Hugo Fregonese
Cast: Jack Palance, Constance Smith, Byron Palmer, Frances Bavier, Rhys Williams, Sean McClory, Leslie Bradley, Harry Cording, Isabel Jewell, Lester Matthews, Tita Phillips, Lisa Daniels, Lilian Bond, Stuart Holmes, Ben Wright
In this tale of horror, Jack Palance takes on the role of Slade who just might be psychotic killer Jack the Ripper who kills showgirls in London during the 19th century. Slade rents a flat from Helen and William Harley (Frances Bavier and Rhys Williams) and falls in love with their daughter Lily (Constance Smith), but she ignores his advances. Now, Helen begins to suspect that Slade is Jack the Ripper and gives information to Scotland Yard Inspector Paul Warner (Byron Palmer) who attempts to uncover the facts about who Jack the Ripper really is. This is the second remake of Alfred Hitchcock's 1926 film, "The Lodger."
|Naked Paradise 1957 N/R, 68 min.|
aka: Thunder Over Hawaii
Director: Roger Corman
Cast: Richard Denning, Beverly Garland, Lisa Montell, Leslie Bradley, Dick Miller, Jonathan Haze, Roger Corman, Samuel Z. Arkoff, Johnny Kieoni, Carol Lindsay
Filmed on location in Hawaii, this is the story of a seafaring captain, Duke (Richard Denning), who unwittingly becomes involved with criminals.
|No Orchids for Miss Blandish 1948 N/R, 85 min.|
Director: St. John Legh Clowes
Cast: Jack La Rue, Linden Travers, Walter Crisham, Leslie Bradley, Hugh McDermott, Zoe Gail, Charles Goldner, MacDonald Parke, Percy Marmont, Lilli Molnar, Danny Green, Richard Nielson, Michael Balfour, Frances Marsden, Jack Lester
James Hadley Chase's bestseller comes to the screen with this movie, in which an heiress, Miss Blandish (Linden Travers), is kidnapped for ransom on her wedding night, and her bridegroom is killed by gangster Slim Grisson (Jack LaRue). She ends up a captive of the Grisson mob run by Slim and his mother, Ma Grisson (Lilli Molnar). Miss Blandish becomes attracted to Slim, but the police are on the Grisson gang's trail, and violence ensues when they close in. Slim is killed, and Miss Blandish falls to her death–with an orchid in her hand. Remade in 1971 as "The Grisson Gang."
|Prince of Foxes 1949 N/R, 107 min.|
Director: Henry King
Cast: Tyrone Power, Orson Welles, Wanda Hendrix, Marina Berti, Everett Sloane, Katina Paxinou, Felix Aylmer, Eduardo Ciannelli, Leslie Bradley, Eugene Deckers
Orsini (Tyrone Power) is sent by Cesare Borgia (Orson Welles) to win the affection of Camilla (Wanda Hendrix) in this beautifully costumed and artistically photographed epic story.
|Seven Cities of Gold 1955 N/R, 103 min.|
Genre: Drama / Adventure
Director: Robert D. Webb
Cast: Richard Egan, Anthony Quinn, Michael Rennie, Jeffrey Hunter, Rita Moreno, Eduardo Noriega, Leslie Bradley, John Doucette, Jack Mower, Kathleen Crowley, Victor Juncos, Julio Villarreal, Fernando Wagner, Olga Gutierrez, Carlos Muzquiz
Set in the 18th century, this is the story of the Spanish expedition with Father Junipero Serra (Michael Rennie) who searched for "cities of gold." Along the way, Father Serra has problems with Spanish military Capt. Gaspar de Portola (Anthony Quinn) and his men who seek Father Serra's help in exploring the unknown territory leading to what is today San Diego. Indians, led by Matuwir (Jeffrey Hunter), attack, and Father Serra tries to convert the natives to Christianity. But, when one of the officers, Jose Mendoza (Richard Egan), becomes involved with an Indian girl, Ula (Rita Moreno), more problems ensue before they finally arrive at their destination.
|Tarzan and the Trappers 1958 N/R, 74 min.|
Director: Charles F. Haas, Sandy Howard, H. Bruce Humberstone
Cast: Gordon Scott, Eve Brent, Rickie Sorensen, Leslie Bradley, Maurice Marsac, Bruce Lester, Scatman Crothers, Don Blackman, Naaman Brown, Paul Thompson
Taken from three pilots for a TV series that never made it on the air, this video is about hunters searching for the eternal city of gold.
|Teenage Caveman 1958 N/R, 65 min.|
Director: Roger Corman
Cast: Robert Vaughn, Leslie Bradley, June Jocelyn, Robert Shayne, Jonathan Haze, Frank DeKova, Sarah Marshall, Charles P. Thompson, Beach Dickerson, Ed Nelson
A near middle-aged Robert Vaughn as a teenage caveman? Only in a Corman movie can you get that. Anyway, against the rules of his tribe, our hero explores the great land beyond the camp. What is he to make of the strange creature with great powers that he encounters?
|Westward Ho, the Wagons! 1956 N/R, 90 min.|
Genre: Family / Western
Director: William Beaudine
Cast: Fess Parker, Kathleen Crowley, Jeff York, David Stollery, Sebastian Cabot, George Reeves, Iron Eyes Cody, Morgan Woodward, Karen Pendleton, Doreen Tracey, Barbara Woodell, John War Eagle, Cubby O'Brien, Tommy Cole, Leslie Bradley
In this Disney Western, a wagon train rolling along the Oregon Trail is attacked by savage Sioux Indians. Our mouseketeer friends (Doreen Tracy, Chubby O'Brien, Tommy Cole, and Karen Pendleton) are on the trip as the Stevens and Thompson kids, but can't help this film much.
|1. Assault on a Queen (1966)|
2. Attack of the Crab Monsters (1957)
3. Candlelight in Algiers (1944)
4. The Crimson Pirate (1952)
5. Hell and High Water (1954)
6. King Richard and the Crusaders (1954)
7. Kiss of Fire (1955)
8. Lady Godiva of Coventry (1955)
aka: Lady Godiva
9. Man in the Attic (1954)
10. Naked Paradise (1957)
aka: Thunder Over Hawaii
11. No Orchids for Miss Blandish (1948)
12. Prince of Foxes (1949)
13. Seven Cities of Gold (1955)
14. Tarzan and the Trappers (1958)
15. Teenage Caveman (1958)
16. Westward Ho, the Wagons! (1956)
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