|Beginning of the End 1957 N/R, 73 min.|
Genre: Horror / Sci-Fi / Thriller
Director: Bert I. Gordon
Cast: Peter Graves, Peggie Castle, Morris Ankrum, Richard Benedict, James Seay, Than Wyenn, Thomas Browne Henry, John Close, Don C. Harvey, Larry J. Blake, Eilene Janssen, Frank Wilcox, Hylton Socher, Douglas Evans, Paul Grant
Grasshoppers grow to enormous size following exposure to radiation near a government research laboratory. After devouring smaller towns, they descend on Chicago where there is more to eat. Can reporter Audrey Aimes (Peggie Castle) and lab doctor Ed Wainwright (Peter Graves) cut through the government cover-up and save humanity?
|Buccaneer's Girl 1950 N/R, 77 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Comedy / Romance
Director: Frederick De Cordova
Cast: Yvonne De Carlo, Philip Friend, Robert Douglas, Elsa Lanchester, Andrea King, Norman Lloyd, Jay C. Flippen, Henry Daniell, Douglass Dumbrille, Verna Felton, John Qualen, Connie Gilchrist, Ben Welden, Dewey Robinson, Peggie Castle
Debbie (Yvonne De Carlo) stows away on a pirate ship and falls in love with the captain, Robert Kingston (Philip Friend). But Debbie wants to marry into wealth, so when they arrive in New Orleans Debbie opts for attending a school for refined young ladies. By story's end, she ends up with Captain Kingston and wealth as well.
|Invasion U.S.A. 1952 N/R, 73 min.|
Director: Alfred E. Green
Cast: Gerald Mohr, Peggie Castle, Dan O'Herlihy, Robert Bice, Tom Kennedy, Wade Crosby, Erik Blythe, Phyllis Coates, Aram Katcher, Noel Neill
The Communist scare was on in the early 1950s, and this film, though weak in most respects, captures the flavor of the times. Mr. Ohman (Dan O'Herlihy) enters a bar in New York where the customers discuss current events. A TV news bulletin on the bar's TV states that the U.S. is being invaded. All but Mr. Ohman react with panic and head out to deal with their fate. Mr. Ohman's calm in the storm is revealed at film's end as an invasion, including the use of a nuclear bomb, takes place.
|The Long Wait 1954 N/R, 94 min.|
Director: Victor Saville
Cast: Anthony Quinn, Charles Coburn, Gene Evans, Peggie Castle, Mary Ellen Kay, Dolores Donlon, Shirley Patterson, Barry Kelley, James Millican, Bruno VeSota, Jay Adler, John Damler, Frank Marlowe, Lawrence Dobkin, Edgar Dearing
Johnny McBride (Anthony Quinn) was badly hurt in a car crash two years ago and is suffering from amnesia when he learns that he is from the town of Lyncastle. Johnny returns home and finds that he is the suspect in a murder rap and that he is accused of stealing $250,000 from the bank he worked in. Johnny investigates and learns that his girlfriend Vera, who also worked at the bank, disappeared after the heist, got plastic surgery, and changed her name. She has returned to Lyncastle, but can Johnny identify her and, hopefully, clear his name?
|Miracle in the Rain 1956 N/R, 107 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Rudolph Mate
Cast: Jane Wyman, Van Johnson, Peggie Castle, Fred Clark, Eileen Heckart, Josephine Hutchinson, William Gargan, Marcel Dalio, George Givot, Barbara Nichols, Halliwell Hobbes, Paul Picerni, Alan King, Arte Johnson, Minerva Urecal
During World War II, a New York City shoe company secretary, Ruth Wood (Jane Wyman), falls in love with and accepts the proposal from Army Pvt. Arthur Hugenon (Van Johnson) just before he is shipped overseas. Arthur is killed in the war, and Ruth nearly falls apart both mentally and physically–until she walks past St. Patrick's Cathedral, and a miracle occurs.
|The Oklahoma Woman 1956 N/R, 73 min.|
Director: Roger Corman
Cast: Peggie Castle, Mike Connors, Richard Denning, Cathy Downs, Dick Miller, Tudor Owen, Martin Kingsley, Jonathan Haze, Edmund Cobb
Ex-con Steve Ward (Richard Denning) arrives in town to claim his inheritance and becomes involved in a rough election engineered by a gunslinging saloon owner, Marie "Oklahoma" Saunders. Typical Corman.
|Payment on Demand 1951 N/R, 90 min.|
Director: Curtis Bernhardt
Cast: Bette Davis, Barry Sullivan, Jane Cowl, Kent Taylor, Frances Dee, Peggie Castle, Otto Kruger, Betty Lynn, John Sutton, Walter Sande
The coming divorce of a wealthy couple leads to memories, through flashbacks, of their lives together.
|The Prince Who Was a Thief 1951 N/R, 87 min.|
Director: Rudolph Mate
Cast: Tony Curtis, Piper Laurie, Everett Sloane, Jeff Corey, Betty Garde, Marvin Miller, Peggie Castle, Donald Randolph, Hayden Rorke, Fred Graham
The prince was kidnapped as an infant and is now a skilled thief. Nevertheless, Julna (Tony Curtis), royal heir to the throne is restored to his rightful position.
|Target Zero 1955 N/R, 91 min.|
Director: Harmon Jones
Cast: Richard Conte, Peggie Castle, Charles Bronson, L.Q. Jones, Chuck Connors, Strother Martin, Joby Baker, John Alderson, John Dennis, George Chan
Lieutenant Flagler (Richard Conte) and his patrol join forces with three British soldiers and a United Nations worker, Ann Galloway (Peggie Castle), to hold off the enemy in this Korean War film.
|1. Beginning of the End (1957)|
2. Buccaneer's Girl (1950)
3. I, the Jury (1953)
4. Invasion U.S.A. (1952)
5. The Long Wait (1954)
6. Miracle in the Rain (1956)
7. The Oklahoma Woman (1956)
8. Payment on Demand (1951)
9. The Prince Who Was a Thief (1951)
10. Target Zero (1955)
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