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Armchair Fiction MY FLESH IS SWEET & THE MORTGAGE LOAN MURDERS MY FLESH IS SWEET & THE MORTGAGE LOAN MURDERS

Armchair Fiction presents extra large editions of classic mystery-crime double novels.  Day Keene starts off this mystery combo with a real thriller, “My Flesh is Sweet.”  It was a frantic search that would soon lead to a trail of crime, intrigue, and bloody murder! This double novel’s second tale is a lively murder mystery, “The Mortgage Loan Murders” by Francis M. Deegan.  


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Armchair Fiction SCIENCE FICTION GEMS, VOLUME SIXTEEN, L. Sprague de Camp and Others SCIENCE FICTION GEMS, VOLUME SIXTEEN, L. Sprague de Camp and Others

Armchair Fiction presents extra large paperback collections of the best in classic science fiction short stories.  It’s time for our sixteenth collection of vintage Science Fiction Gems, filled to the brim with great tales by top authors:  L. Sprague de Camp, Milton Lesser, Chad Oliver, Carl Jacobi, Rog Phillips, Stanley Mullen and more...  


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Drive in Double Features .. DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #72 .. DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #72

HANDS OF ORLAC (1960) Mel Ferrer, Christopher Lee, Donald Wolfit, Dany Carrel.  An outstanding remake of “Mad Love” with Ferrer as the tortured pianist with the transplanted hands of a criminal.  THE TELL-TALE HEART (1960) Lawrence Payne, Dermot Walsh, Selma Vaz Dias, John Scott.  A very unusual and very entertaining adaptation of the classic Poe story.  A shy loner discovers the girl he loves in the arms of his best friend.  Murder and horror follow in dramatic fashion...


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Mystery CROSS-UP CROSS-UP

CROSS-UP (1958) Larry Parks, Constance Smith, Lisa Daniely, Donald Stewart. On the first night of his London assignment, news agency reporter Parks becomes heavily involved with a mysterious woman (Daniely). The affair ends when she is shot as they grapple for a gun she has pulled.  But this is only the beginning of Parks’ troubles, especially considering the dead woman worked for a criminal organization...


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Armchair Fiction SCIENCE FICTION GEMS, VOLUME SEVENTEEN, Raymond Z. Gallun & Others SCIENCE FICTION GEMS, VOLUME SEVENTEEN, Raymond Z. Gallun & Others

Armchair Fiction presents extra large paperback collections of the best in classic science fiction short stories.  Blast off with this, our seventeenth great collection of Science Fiction Gems, which features a terrific batch of tales by many of the top writers from science fiction’s past: Raymond Z. Gallun, Roger Dee, David H. Keller, Randall Garrett, Wallace West, & others.  


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Mystery OGRE OF ATHENS, THE OGRE OF ATHENS, THE

(1956) Dinos Iliopoulos, Margarita Papageorgiou, Marika Lekaki, Giannis Argyris.  This is a brilliant piece of Greek filmmaking, filled with wonderful performances and perfectly written pieces of dialogue.  A peaceful, frightened little man is mistakenly identified as "the dragon", a notorious criminal at large and known womanizer. He somewhat reluctantly rules the local underworld until...


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Armchair Fiction ACT OF GOD & THE CHEMICALLY PURE WARRIORS ACT OF GOD & THE CHEMICALLY PURE WARRIORS

Armchair Fiction presents extra-large editions of classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. This double novel features two thought-provoking sci-fi thrillers.  The first is Richard Ashby’s “Act of God”  They sought the eradication of death!  Allen Kim Lang is the author of our second novel, “The Chemically Pure Warriors.”  Tiny germs meant big problems...


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Mystery SCOTLAND YARD COMMANDS SCOTLAND YARD COMMANDS

(1936) Clive Brook, Victoria Hopper, Malcom Keen, Nora Swinburne.  Brook plays a drunken socialite who crashes his car on a lonely coastal spot where a smuggling operation is underway.  The smugglers don’t take kindly to being to discovered and beat the daylights out of him.  Later on he stumbles into a relationship with a girl who happens to be the brother of one of the smugglers...


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Mystery FALSE FACES FALSE FACES

(1931) Lowell Sherman, Peggy Shannon, Lila Lee, Berton Churchill, David Landau, Joyce Compton.  Sherman gives a grand performance as a doctor who’s fired from his hospital job for being morally corrupt.  He then sets himself up as a plastic surgeon, although he is completely unqualified.   He seduces women, rips off his patients, and soon causes an operating room tragedy that lands him in criminal court...


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Mystery LINE-UP, THE LINE-UP, THE

(1929) William Black, Viola Richard, directed by Charles L. Glett.  Don’t bother looking, you won’t find this incredibly rare American-made crime featurette in any of the major film research books or websites.  It’s a little creaky but interesting—especially from a film history perspective.  PLUS:  BOTHERED BY A BEARD (1945) Tod Slaughter, Jerry Verno, John Salew.  Todd does a short reprisal of his Sweeny Todd character...


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Exploitation GROUPIES GROUPIES

(1970) Patty Cakes, Chaz, Pamela Des Barres, Miss Harlow, Goldie Glitters.  This is a fairly obscure documentary about the well-known rock 'n' roll groupies of the late ‘60s.  It’s a fascinating look into the lives of rock and roll’s fringe players, and the depiction is not always a pretty one.  Look for shots of the infamous Plaster Casters...


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Exploitation SLAVE TRADE IN THE WORLD TODAY SLAVE TRADE IN THE WORLD TODAY

(1964) Robert Lamoureux, Robin Maugham, Allen Swift.  This is a “Mondo” type of film that chronicles modern day slave trade during the 1960s.  It’s centered mainly in Arabian and African countries that were under heavy Muslim rule. Much of the filming was done in public places using hidden cameras and crewmembers.  There are numerous scenes of violence, nudity, and even sex...


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Exploitation SECRETS OF A MODEL SECRETS OF A MODEL

(1940) Cheryl Walker, Harold Daniels, Julian Madison, Phyllis Barry, Bobby Watson.  One of the better exploitation films of the late 1930s and early 1940s.  It shows what happens to young gals short on cash.  A young girl needs money for her dying mom and ends up as a “model” for a sculpture called, “Spirit of Youth.”  Later she gets smashed and let’s a sleazy playboy have his way with her... 


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Action Adventure Thrillers RED PLUME, THE RED PLUME, THE

(1952) Mesiha Yelda, Turan Seyfioglu, Cahit Irgat.  This epic Turkish action thriller starts off with the main hero (Seyfioglu) meeting up with  Genghis Khan, whom he helps in his battle against an adversarial warlord.   The Khan is grateful for this (he saves the Khan’s life) and wants Seyfioglu’s allegiance, offering him a spot as one of his top lieutenants.  But Seyfioglu refuses and wanders through a series of swashbuckling adventures...


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Action Adventure Thrillers H-8... H-8...

(1958) Boris Buzancic, Djurdja Ivezic, Antun Vrdoljak, Vanja Drach.  This highly unique thriller centers around two vehicles—a bus and a truck—that are speeding towards each other along a wet, narrow two-lane highway on a stormy night.  Right from the start we learn that the two vehicles will eventually collide because of the actions of a reckless driver.  It’s even pointed out which seats will spell death for their occupants...


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Action Adventure Thrillers CROOK'S TOUR CROOK'S TOUR

(1940) Basil Radford, Naunton Wayne, Greta Gynt, Charles Oliver, Gordon McLeod.  Radford and Wayne reprise their Lady Vanishes roles as Charters and Caldicott, a couple of well-seasoned yet naïve British world travelers.  By the random act of ordering certain items off a menu, they find themselves the unwitting carriers of a phonograph record filled secret Nazi info.  Of course the Nazis try everything possible to eliminate them...  


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Armchair Fiction HORROR GEMS, VOLUME 16, The Best of Weird Tales, 1923, Pt. One HORROR GEMS, VOLUME 16, The Best of Weird Tales, 1923, Pt. One

This is the first of two Horror Gems collections celebrating the classic works of “The Unique Magazine,” Weird Tales, featuring Seabury Quinn and others.  The year was 1923 when tales took a turn for the weird with the launch of the world’s first genre pulp magazine, Weird Tales; and here we have a collection of the weirdest and most spine tingling of the first year...


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Mystery SHIP OF THE DEAD SHIP OF THE DEAD

(1959) Horst Buckholz, Mario Adorf, Helmut Schmid, Alf Marholm.  Buckholz gives the performance of his life as a human castoff, in international limbo, because of the loss of his passport.  He is conned into taking a job on a tramp steamer filled with misfits, smugglers, and murderers.  Soon after realizing his plight, he and his pal discover the ship’s cargo isn’t exactly what it’s purported to be...  


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