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GIFT CERTIFICATES GIFT CERTIFICATES

Click on "current sales" above to find our gift certificate listings. If you want a custom amount for your gift certificate, call us with your Visa or Mastercard during regular business hours at 541-773-6860


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Free Sinister Cinema Flyer Free Sinister Cinema Flyer

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Current Sales . The Super 6 Sale . The Super 6 Sale

Simply add this product to your cart to take advantage of this great sale. Buy any 5 titles from our website catalog and receive the 6th title absolutely free. Remember, this sale applies to all titles in our website catalog. WE WILL ADJUST YOUR FINAL TOTAL!  Don't worry about the total on your invoice during checkout, we will adjust your total on our end and you will only be charged the sale price. We will also pick your most expensive title(s) to be your free title(s). 


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Armchair Fiction BAT-MEN OF MARS & HE WHO SHRANK BAT-MEN OF MARS & HE WHO SHRANK

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The lead off novel is a space opera gem, Wood Jackson’s “The Bat-men of Mars.  It was time to reach beyond our nearest neighbor in the sky...to Mars!, Our second novel is by veteran sci-fi author, Henry Hasse: “He Who Shrank.”  The professor’s belief that our enormous universe is just a plethora of tiny atoms didn’t...


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Armchair Fiction THE RED DEATH & LUNARCHIA THE RED DEATH & LUNARCHIA

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The lead off novel is a poignant novel of a new disease, far worse than Covid-19, David H. Keller’s “The Red Death.”  The second novel is Emerson B. Hartman’s “Lunarchia,” a hollow moon sci-fi adventure.


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Mystery DEADLY SWEET—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition DEADLY SWEET—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1967) Jean-Louis Trintignant, Ewa Aulin, Roberto Bisacco.  One of the hippest, most stylish films of the ‘60s—no exaggeration.  Jean-Louis finds the corpse of a blackmailing nightclub manager in his office—blood on the floor.  In the room is Ewa, who claims innocence, even though her deceased father was the blackmail victim.  Together they go...


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Armchair Fiction SEA GIRL, THE SEA GIRL, THE

Armchair fiction presents extra-large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  “The Sea Girl” by Ray Cummings is the 32nd installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  Earth’s lifeblood was disappearing—fast!  Dr. Plantet was one of those genius scientists who was always creating and discovering new fantastical things. Mankind depended on him when things went...


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Armchair Fiction VAMPIRES OF THE ANDES VAMPIRES OF THE ANDES

Armchair fiction presents extra-large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  “Vampires of the Andes” by Henry Carew is the 31st installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  “Silence and beware!  The vampires will soon awaken!”  The day Don Carlos della Priégo and Josetta Hernandez were wed, they recived a startling gift that would change the rest of their lives.  As they were about to set off into...


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Mystery ENCOUNTER WITH THE UNKNOWN ENCOUNTER WITH THE UNKNOWN

(1959) Battah, Omar Sharif, Reyad El Kasabgy, Umar El-Hariri.  A gang of smugglers murders a factory manager.  One of the factory employees is blamed.  Before the cops can grab him he flees across the desert into another country.  It gets even more complicated when his sister back home falls in love with...


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Mystery HANGMAN WAITS, THE HANGMAN WAITS, THE

(1947) John Turnbull, Beatrice Campbell, Hylton Allen, Anthony Baird.  This is an odd little mystery with a very old-timey music score.  A movie usherette is hung out to dry (murdered!) following a fling with the theater manager.  Who is the killer?  That’s what...


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Mystery I WAS JACK MORTIMER I WAS JACK MORTIMER

(1935) Anton Walbrook, Eugen Klöpfer, Sybille Schmitz, Marieluise Claudius, Max Gülstorff.  Although there is a subplot involving a jealous husband and a love triangle, the plot basically concerns a taxi driver, Walbrook, who has to deal with a shot-up corpse in the backseat of his cab.  Suspecting he might be blamed for the killing, he assumes the man’s identity...


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Armchair Fiction BEAST WITH 7 TAILS, THE & THE WRECK OF THE ASTEROID BEAST WITH 7 TAILS, THE & THE WRECK OF THE ASTEROID

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. This double novel features two engrossing sci-fi thrillers.  The first is Robert Silverberg’s and Randall Garrett’s great tale, “The Beast With Seven Tails.”  There was a roaring surf, a beautiful sun, and a monster from space! Laurence Manning is the author of our second novel, “The Wreck of the Asteroid.”  A crew of space explorers finds themselves stranded on our neighbor in space, Mars... 


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #203 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #203

JOURNEY BENEATH THE DESERT (1961 aka THE LOST KINGDOM, ANAMORPHIC WIDESCREEN) Haya Harareet, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Georges Riviere, directed by Edgar G. Ulmer.  Lost aviators find the entrance to Atlantis at a nuclear blast site in the desert.  PLUS:  TERROR OF THE MAD DOCTOR (1962, ANAMORPHIC WIDESCREEN) Gert Frobe, Wolfgang Preiss, Senta Berger.  A nice remake of Fritz Lang's 1933 classic. 


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Action Adventure Thrillers SMUGGLERS OF DEATH SMUGGLERS OF DEATH

(1959) J Radovan Lukavský, Jirí Vala, Jirina Svorcová, Stanislav Remunda.  Being that this is a communist film from Czechoslovakia, it’s quite well done and genuinely exciting at times—a little grim, too, in places.  The story concerns the Czech border guards of the late 1940s and their constant challenges in keeping the smuggler and refugee problem in check (pun intended)...


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Exploitation NAKED ROAD, THE NAKED ROAD, THE

(1959) Jeanne Rainer, Ronald Long, Art Koulias, Frances Hammond. In what is clearly a set-up by corrupt police officials, a pretty young model ends up stuck in a small town sheriff’s office, unable to pay for a traffic violation.  When a pudgy businessman arrives—also caught for speeding—he offers to pay her fine, which she thankfully accepts.  Little does she know that her recompense will throw her into a sordid life as an escort girl...


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BLUE JEANS BLUE JEANS

(1975) Gloria Guida, Paolo Carlini, Annie Carol Edel, Gianluigi Chirizzi.  A young, sexually free-spirited drifter falls in love for an older man, who she claims is her long-lost father.  She comes to live with him and causes no end of trouble...


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Mystery NIGHT AT THE CROSSROADS NIGHT AT THE CROSSROADS

(1932) Pierre Renoir, Georges Térof, Winna Winifried, G. A. Martin, Michel Duran, directed by Jean Renoir.  A diamond merchant is found dead, murdered, inside a car near a gloomy, muddy, foggy French crossroads...


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Mystery SEVEN SINNERS SEVEN SINNERS

(1937) Edmund Lowe, Constance Cummings. Thomy Bourdelle, Henry Oscar, Joyce Kennedy.  This is an excellent Gaumont thriller.  Lowe plays a devil-may-care American detective traveling abroad in France.  During a costume party he finds a corpse in his hotel room, which conveniently disappears when he leaves to fetch the manager.   When the body disappears, Lowe and Cummings are lead on a trail of death and destruction...


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