|3 Nuts in Search of a Bolt 1964 N/R, 78 min.|
aka: Three Nuts in Search of a Bolt
Director: Tommy Noonan
Cast: Mamie Van Doren, Tommy Noonan, Ziva Rodann, Paul Gilbert, John Cronin, Howard Koch, T.C. Jones, Charles Irving, Alvy Moore, Marjorie Bennett, Arthur Gould-Porter, Patrick O'Moore, Jennifer Lee, Jimmy Cross
Struggling actor Tommy Noonan (played by himself) is hired by stripper Saxie Symbol (Mamie Van Doren), used-car salesman Joe Lynch (Paul Gilbert), and male model Bruce Bernard (John Cronin) to visit a psychiatrist, Dr. Maya Von (Ziva Rodann), and act out their problems, thus saving them money because they won't have to make separate appointments. Tommy's appointments are aired accidentally on TV, a Hollywood producer buys the rights, and the "3 nuts" earn enough money to really enjoy life.
|Courage of Black Beauty 1957 N/R, 78 min.|
Director: Harold D. Schuster
Cast: Johnny Crawford, Mimi Gibson, John Bryant, Diane Brewster, J. Pat O'Malley, Russell Johnson, Ziva Rodann
Young Bobby Adams (Johnny Crawford) feels alienated from his father, and, thus, spends his time with his young horse. As the boy grows, he learns lessons from caring for his horse, especially after Black Beauty is nearly put to death. Bobby and father finally get together in this weakest of the "Black Beauty" films.
|Forty Guns 1957 N/R, 80 min.|
Genre: Western / Drama
Director: Samuel Fuller
Cast: Barbara Stanwyck, Barry Sullivan, Dean Jagger, John Ericson, Gene Barry, Robert Dix, Eve Brent, Ziva Rodann, Chuck Hayward, Jidge Carroll, Paul Dubov, Gerald Milton, Hank Worden, Neyle Morrow, Chuck Roberson
The new sheriff of Tombstone, Griff Bonnell (Barry Sullivan), almost meets his match in Jessica Drummond (Barbara Stanwyck), the wealthy owner of a cattle empire.
|Last Train from Gun Hill 1959 N/R, 94 min.|
Genre: Western / Horror / Thriller
Director: John Sturges
Cast: Kirk Douglas, Anthony Quinn, Carolyn Jones, Earl Holliman, Ziva Rodann, Brad Dexter, Walter Sande, Val Avery, Brian G. Hutton, Bing Russell, Dabbs Greer, Ty Hardin, Dick Haynes, Henry Wills
U.S. Marshal Matt Morgan (Kirk Douglas) arrives in the town of Gun Hill while tracking down the vicious killer of his wife. He realizes that one of the killers is Rick (Earl Holliman) who is the son of one of his best friends, Craig Belden (Anthony Quinn). Morgan is able to take Rick prisoner and holes up in a hotel waiting for the last train from Gun Hill that is scheduled to leave at 9 P.M. A standoff ensues, and no one–including Sheriff Bartlett (Walter Sande)–will come to Morgan's aid. Then Morgan receives help from the local madam, Linda (Carolyn Jones), and gets a shotgun and handcuffs. But more violence lies ahead before that last train from Gun Hill leaves town.
|Samar 1962 N/R, 89 min.|
Director: George Montgomery
Cast: George Montgomery, Gilbert Roland, Ziva Rodann, Joan O'Brien, Nico Minardos, Mario Barri, Tony Fortich, Carmen Austin, Henry Feist, Johnny Cortez, Esperanza Garcia, Danilo Jurado, Rita Moreno
In the 1870s, Dr. John Saunders (George Montgomery) is sentenced to a Spanish penal colony in the Philippines run by Col. Salazar (Gilbert Roland). Salazar operates the prison in a humane manor based on democratic principles, but Inspector De Guzman (Nico Minardos) disapproves of Salazar's methods, and, in retaliation, Salazar destroys the prison. Now, with De Guzman held hostage, Saunders and Salazar lead thousands of prisoners on a treacherous journey in search of a secluded valley where they can set up a new community.
|The Story of Ruth 1960 N/R, 132 min.|
Director: Henry Koster
Cast: Stuart Whitman, Tom Tryon, Peggy Wood, Viveca Lindfors, Jeff Morrow, Elana Eden, Thayer David, Les Tremayne, Eduard Franz, Leo Fuchs, Lili Valenty, Basil Ruysdael, John Gabriel, Ziva Rodann
This interpretation of Ruth's Biblical story involves the test of Ruth's faith after her husband, Mahlon (Tom Tryon), dies and how her belief in one God prevails and allows her to find a new man, Boaz (Stuart Whitman), with whom she will spend her life.
|Teenage Doll 1957 N/R, 68 min.|
Director: Roger Corman
Cast: June Kenny, Fay Spain, John Brinkley, Barboura Morris, Richard Devon, Dorothy Neumann, Ed Nelson, Ziva Rodann, Richard H. Cutting, Jay Sayer
Rival gangs of teenage girls are about to go at it when one gang is accused of killing a member of the other. If it's a Corman flick, it's got to be different.
|1. 3 Nuts in Search of a Bolt (1964)|
aka: Three Nuts in Search of a Bolt
2. Courage of Black Beauty (1957)
3. Forty Guns (1957)
4. Last Train from Gun Hill (1959)
5. Samar (1962)
6. The Story of Ruth (1960)
7. Teenage Doll (1957)
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