|The Devil on Wheels 1947 N/R, 67 min.|
Director: Crane Wilbur
Cast: Noreen Nash, Darryl Hickman, Terry Moore, James Cardwell, Damian O'Flynn, Lenita Lane, Ann Burr, William Forrest, Sue England, Robert Arthur
Micky Clark (Darryl Hickman) and his teenage friends take part in illegal drag races that, eventually, lead to the death of Micky's best friend and injury to his own mother.
|The Lone Ranger and the Lost City of Gold 1958 N/R, 80 min.|
Director: Lesley Selander
Cast: Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels, Douglas Kennedy, Charles Watts, Noreen Nash, Lisa Montell, Ralph Moody, John Miljan, Dean Fredericks, Maurice Jara
The Lone Ranger and Tonto investigate three murders of Indians, each of whom wore a medallion when murdered. There are two more medallions around the necks of two more Indians, and when put together with the other three, show a map to a lost city of gold. Our heroes must get to these two Indians before the killers get them. Aimed at the younger crowd.
|Phantom from Space 1953 N/R, 72 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Thriller
Director: W. Lee Wilder
Cast: Ted Cooper, Rudolph Anders, Noreen Nash, Harry Landers, James Seay, Jack Daly, Lela Nelson, Dick Sands, Michael Mark, Steven Clark, Harry Strang, Tom Daly, Steve Acton, Burt Wenland, Bert Arnold
An alien (Dick Sands) crash-lands in California and kills two people who are spooked by him. While being chased by agent Hazen (Ted Cooper) and LAPD lieutenant Bowers (Harry Landers), the extraterrestrial fugitive takes off the spacesuit and guess what: the alien is invisible. But the creature has one fatal flaw that should prove useful to the authorities.
|The Southerner 1945 N/R, 92 min.|
Director: Jean Renoir
Cast: Zachary Scott, Betty Field, Beulah Bondi, Noreen Nash, Percy Kilbride, Jay Gilpin, Charles Kemper, Blanche Yurka, Paul Harvey, J. Carrol Naish, Jean Vanderwilt, Norman Lloyd, Jack Norworth, Paul E. Burns, Estelle Taylor
Cotton farmer Sam Tucker (Zachary Scott), despite natural and man-made disasters, struggles to make a subsistence living for his family. His wife Nona (Betty Field), children Jot (Jay Gilpin) and Daisy (Jean Vanderwilt), and Granny (Beulah Bondi) have joined Sam on the farm, and the dream of a better life seems to fade, but they learn how to live off the land–for better and worse.
|Wake Me When It's Over 1960 N/R, 126 min.|
Director: Mervyn LeRoy
Cast: Ernie Kovacs, Dick Shawn, Jack Warden, Margo Moore, Nobu McCarthy, Don Knotts, Robert Strauss, Marvin Kaplan, Parley Baer, Ralph Dumke, Noreen Nash, Robert Emhardt, Raymond Bailey, Linda Wong, Richard Tyler
While stationed on a Pacific island off Shima, Captain Stark (Ernie Kovacs) and Gus Brubaker (Dick Shawn), who has been re-drafted after a clerical error, use Army supplies from their base to set themselves up in a thriving Pacific island hotel business. The 100 servicemen under Stark's command help build the hotel, and this work helps relieve their boredom. All goes well–until an article about the hotel is published, and an investigation is ordered.
|1. The Devil on Wheels (1947)|
2. The Lone Ranger and the Lost City of Gold (1958)
3. Phantom from Space (1953)
4. The Southerner (1945)
5. Wake Me When It's Over (1960)
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