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Armchair Fiction WILD OATS & MAKE WAY FOR MURDER WILD OATS & MAKE WAY FOR MURDER

Armchair Fiction presents extra large editions of classic mystery-crime double novels. The first novel is “Wild Oats” by veteran crime writer Harry Whittington. This double novel’s second tale is a terrific murder thriller, “Make Way For Murder” by another well-known mystery writer, A. A. Marcus. 


$12.95
Armchair Fiction WINDOW AT THE WHITE CAT & THE MAN IN LOWER TEN WINDOW AT THE WHITE CAT & THE MAN IN LOWER TEN

Armchair Fiction presents Mammoth Mystery Double Classics—featuring illustrated editions of two all-time mystery-crime standards, with 440 pages or more of whodunit thrills. “The Window at the White Cat” is our first grisly tale of murder and mayhem, penned by that top of the line mystery writer, Mary Roberts Rinehart. The second novel is another Mary Roberts Rinehart thriller, “The Man in Lower Ten,” which is loaded with two sets of original illustrations...


$16.95
Current Sales $98 Special Sale $98 Special Sale

THE $98 SPECIAL IS BACK!  Now through August 15th, 2020 you can scarf up ANY TWELVE (12) TITLES FOR ONLY $98, POSTPAID...


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Drive in Double Features . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #199 . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #199

NO ORCHIDS FOR MISS BLANDISH (1948) Jack LaRue, Linden Travers, Lili Molnar, Hugh McDermott. A top gangster film!  Travers is a dazzling society dame who is kidnapped by two thugs. LaRue is superb as a mobster who owns the Black Dice Club, a classy spot filled with rich suckers, showgirls, and crooks. DOUBLE CONFESSION (1950) Derek Farr, Joan Hopkins, Peter Lorre. Top British noir!  After his wife is slain in a seaside cottage, Farr, also a suspect, threatens to pin the crime on his wife’s lover...


$12.95
Drive in Double Features . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #202 . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #202

SECRET OF THE RED ORCHID (1962) Christopher Lee, Marisa Mell, Adrian Hoven, Klaus Kinski.  In a change of pace role, Lee plays a determined FBI agent sent in to help Scotland Yard track down a murdering blackmailer and help bust up their crime syndicate.  PATTERN FOR PLUNDER (1962) Keenan Wynn, Ronald Howard, Mai Zetterling.   What a cool B-movie this is.  A group of WW2 vets seek a fortune in Nazi loot.  Their search leads to an ancient castle nestled by a beach riddled with quicksand...


$12.95
Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #142 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #142

HORROR OF BLACKWOOD CASTLE (1968) Heinz Drache, Karin Baal, Siegfried Schurenberg, Agnes Windeck. Baal inherits a mysterious old castle. She is pressured to sell the place, but refuses. That’s when bodies start


$12.95
Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #153 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #153

LABYRINTH (1959) Nadja Tiller, Peter Van Eyck, Nicole Badal, Amedeo Nazarri, Hannah Wieder. Labyrinth is a bizarre, brilliant film about a group of mental misfits in an out-of-this-world sanatorium


$12.95
Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #174 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #174

BLACK DICE (1951) Jack LaRue, Linden Travers, Lili Molnar, Hugh McDermott. Travers is a society dame who is kidnapped by two small-time thugs. LaRue gives the best portrayal of his life as a bigtime gangster who owns the Black Dice Club, a classy spot filled with rich suckers, showgirls, and illicit types. PLUS:  NIGHTBEAT (1947) Ronald Howard, Maxwell Reed, Anne Crawford.  In this superb film noir gem, Ross and Howard play young men who join the police force.  Ross succeeds; Howard fails.  Howard ends up on the wrong side of the law when he falls in with a shady nightclub owner, brilliantly played by Reed...


$12.95
Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #189 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #189

HOT MONEY GIRL (1959) Eddie Constantine, Christopher Lee, Dawn Addams.  Constantine and Addams hatch a plot to recover a parcel of priceless jewels from behind the iron curtain.  Their quest takes them to an old convent that’s now a German police barracks. Lots of tense moments as they break through security lines. PLUS:  THE UNSTOPPABLE MAN (1960) Cameron Mitchell, Marious Goring, Harry Corbett.  Mitchell is a tycoon whose son is kidnapped.  There’s a huge ransom demand and the cops tell Mitchell to let them handle it.  Mitchell, though, takes matters into his own hands.  There’s a bit of sci-fi as Mitchell defends himself with a futuristic, hand-held flame projector...

 


$12.95
Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #191 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #191

DAUGHTER OF DARKNESS (1948) Maxwell Reed, Siobhan McKenna, Anne Crawford, Honor Blackman.  McKenna is brilliant as an insane killer.  Reed is a carnival boxer who falls under her spell and ends up hideously scarred from her jagged fingernails.  Soon, young men turn up slain.  PLUS:  THE MONKEY’S PAW (1948) Milton Rosmer, Megs Jenkins, Michael Harvey, Eric Micklewood.  A man obtains a dead monkey’s magical paw.  He is bestowed three wishes. His first wish is to be debt-free.  The wish is granted, but the price is his son’s life.  The next wish is for the son to be returned to life—but the price is truly horrible...

 


$12.95
Edgar Wallace KATE PLUS TEN* KATE PLUS TEN*
(1938, aka QUEEN OF CRIME) Jack Hulbert, Genevieve Tobin, Noel Madison, Francis L. Sullivan. In this great Edgar Wallace tale, Hulbert is a slick policeman out to nab Tobin and her criminal gang...
$16.95
Edgar Wallace RACETRACK MURDERS* RACETRACK MURDERS*
(1964) Hansjorg Felmy, Ann Smyrner, Hans Nielson, Walter Rilla. Mystery at the track! A well-known thoroughbred is slain by a rival horse owner. Soon jockeys are being murdered by a mysterious killer. Sc
$16.95
Horror PSYCHOUT FOR MURDER PSYCHOUT FOR MURDER

(1969) Adrienne Larussa, Rossano Brazi, Nino Castelnuovo, Idelma Carlo.  A wonderful, almost forgotten giallo classic.  Larussa (Beatrice Cenci) is tops as a gorgeous, wealthy young heiress who is tricked by her lover (a really slimy no-good so and so) into having sex inside a seedy brothel.  After she is caught in a police raid (as arranged by her lover for purposes of blackmail) she’s tossed into a mental institution by her family so that all concerned can be spared the “scandal.”  However, when she finally gets out of the booby-hatch—look out!  


$16.95
Mystery A MATTER OF MURDER A MATTER OF MURDER

(1949) Maureen Riscoe, John Barry, Charles Clapham, John Le Mesurier, Ian Fleming, directed by John Gilling. Riscoe charms everyone’s socks off in this smooth murder thriller. She takes in a new boa


$12.95
Mystery AMATEUR CROOK AMATEUR CROOK

(1937, Victory) Herman Brix, Joan Barclay, Monte Blue. Joan steals a precious gem from a couple of loan sharks. Herman gets tangled up in her messy situation. A fun cheapie from Sam Katzman. 16mm.


$12.95
Mystery AND SUDDENLY IT'S MURDER AND SUDDENLY IT'S MURDER

(1961) Alberto Sordi, Vittorio Gassman, Nino Manfredi, Dorian Gray, Franca Valeri. There are seven key witnesses in this GREAT murder thriller that has a touch of wit attached to it. An old woman is


$12.95
Mystery ARREST BULLDOG DRUMMOND ARREST BULLDOG DRUMMOND
(1939, Paramount) John Howard, George Zucco, Hearther Angel, H.B. Warner, Reginald Denny, E.E. Clive. Drummond hunts for madman Zucco who throws the police into a panic as he wreaks destruction with a death ray. A terrific "B" film. From 16mm.
$12.95
Mystery ARSENAL STADIUM MYSTERY, THE ARSENAL STADIUM MYSTERY, THE

THE ARSENAL STADIUM MYSTERY (1939) Leslie Banks, Greta Gynt, Ian McLean, Liane Linden, Anthony Bushnell.  A star English football player collapses right on the field during a big game.  When the dust settles, it’s discovered that the player was murdered!  But how…and by who?  Enter a snappy but serious police inspector played brilliantly by Banks...


$12.95
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