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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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Mystery MURDER CAN BE DEADLY MURDER CAN BE DEADLY

(1962) Liz Fraser, Kenneth Griffith, Peter Reynolds, Tony Wickert, David Hemmings. Two small-time blackmail artists (a man and woman) run afoul of a brutal gangster, who  stabs the man to death in his apartment as a warning for others to stay clear of his territory.  But when the woman shows up with an intended victim (a drunken student), the body is discovered and the student, in a drunken stupor, agrees to dispose of it...


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Action Adventure Thrillers IRON ANGEL IRON ANGEL

(1964) Jim Davis, Don 'Red' Barry, Margo Woode, R. Wayland Williams, Tris Coffin.  An inexperienced army lieutenant grabs five volunteers for a dangerous mission from which they may not return.  Their task is simple:  take out the North Korean mortar position that's been pounding U.S. supply convoys and preventing them from reaching the troops at the front line...


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Exploitation WHAT'S UP FRONT WHAT'S UP FRONT

(1963) Tommy Holden, Arch Hall, Sr., Marilyn Manning, Carolyn Walker,Nancy Czar, directed by James Landis.  One of the campiest films we’ve released in a long time.  It’s an Arch Hall Fairway International film so keep your expectations for low and you won’t be disappointed.  The plot is simple:  a small-town geek becomes a fantastically successful door-to-door bra salesman and helps keep the company from going broke...


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Mystery DEATH FALLS LIGHTLY—Widescreen DEATH FALLS LIGHTLY—Widescreen

(1972) Stelio Candelli, Patrizia Viotti, Veronika Korosec, Rossella Bergamonti, Tom Felleghy.  A man finds his wife brutally murdered. He has no alibi so is instructed by his lawyer to go into hiding in an old, abandoned hotel. Strange occurrences start happening immediately, including the discovery of a woman with her throat cut! The hotel setting of this film is in some ways reminiscent of The Shining...


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Action Adventure Thrillers DANGER LIGHTS DANGER LIGHTS

(1930) Louis Wolheim, Jean Arthur, Robert Armstrong, Hugh Herbert.  Wolheim plays a hard-nosed boss of a railroad yard who befriends a young drifter, who previously was a railroad man himself.  Soon things get dicey when the boss’ girl starts to fall for the handsome newcomer.  The high speed train sequences are pretty amazing for the time... 


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Armchair Fiction WORLD WITHOUT MEN & THE SYNTHETIC MEN WORLD WITHOUT MEN & THE SYNTHETIC MEN

Armchair Fiction presents extra-large editions of classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The first novel is fantastic science-fantasy by veteran science fiction author Charles Eric Maine, “World Without Men.”  It was a world where women ruled with an iron fist!  Our second novel is “The Synthetic Men,” written by pulp specialist Ed Earl Repp.  He tried to play god...


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Armchair Fiction LAKE OF LIFE, THE & MARTIAN ADVENTURE LAKE OF LIFE, THE & MARTIAN ADVENTURE

Armchair Fiction presents extra-large editions of classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The first novel is fantastic science-fantasy by all-time great author Edmond Hamilton, “The Lake of Life.”  A shining lake held the key to immortality!  The second novel is sci-fi veteran Robert Moore Williams’ “Martian Adventure.”  There was no escape from Serenity...


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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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Armchair Fiction BODY FOR SALE BODY FOR SALE

Armchair Fiction presents large, deluxe editions of classic mystery-crime novels.  Mystery-crime writer Richard Deming paints a tale of wildly escalating corruption and atrocities in “Body for Sale.”  Blackmail, Sex, and Murder… Tom Cavanaugh never quarreled over the means to an end, as the end was worth grabbing for—even if his common sense told him NO!  So when he found out he was going to be fired, he played a blackmail card—a card that delivered...


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Drive in Double Features . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #200 . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #200

NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (1968) Duane Jones, Judith O'Dea, Marilyn Eastman.  We thought it would be very appropriate to have one of the greatest horror films of all time on our bi-centennial double feature.  A great, great film.  THE HAND OF POWER (1968, aka THE ZOMBIE WALKS) Joachim Fuchsberger, Siw Mattson, Wolfgang Kieling, Pinkas Braun.  A cool German-made Edgar Wallace chiller.  When a laughing corpse comes back to life to kill its heirs, Scotland Yard is called in...


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Armchair Fiction THE BATTERY OF HATE & TREASURE OF THE GOLDEN GOD THE BATTERY OF HATE & TREASURE OF THE GOLDEN GOD

Armchair Fiction presents extra-large editions of classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The first novel is “The Battery of Hate,” by one of the founding fathers of modern science fiction, John W. Campbell.  The second novel is “Treasure of the Golden God” by veteran sci-fi author, A. Hyatt Verrill...   


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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...


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Mystery MISSING BOYS OF SAINT AGIL, THE MISSING BOYS OF SAINT AGIL, THE

(1938) Erich von Stroheim, Michel Simon, Armand Bernard, Aimé Clariond, Serge Grave.  This is another forgotten von Stroheim gem.  A group of college boys form a secret society with an ultimate plan of going to America.  There’s a mystery afoot, though, when people start disappearing.  Things take a turn for the worse when an art professor turns up dead—murdered!  


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Drive in Double Features .. DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #9 .. DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #9

THE INCREDIBLE PETRIFIED WORLD (1957) John Carradine, Robert Clarke, Phyllis Coates.  No classic, but this is probably director Jerry Warren's best film.  The survivors of a wrecked diving bell face perils in a strange, underground world.  TEENAGE ZOMBIES (1957) Don Sullivan, Katherine Victor.  Thrill-seeking teenagers take a boat ride out to a strange island.  To their horror, they’re captured by a lady mad doctor who uses nerve gas to turn a people into mindless slaves...  


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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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Armchair Fiction MURDER HAS MANY FACES MURDER HAS MANY FACES

Armchair Fiction presents large, deluxe paperback editions of classic mystery-crime novels.  “Murder Has Many Faces” is a great thriller by top-notch mystery writer William O’Farrell.  “I’m looking for an Angel.”  That’s what Nick Winterburn told them as he followed a tangled web of murder and mystery deep into the blazing, unfriendly land known as Mexico...


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Action Adventure Thrillers TIME FOR MURDER, A TIME FOR MURDER, A

Armchair Fiction presents large, deluxe paperback editions of classic mystery-crime novels.  Milton Ozaki is in fine form with his classic thriller, “A Time for Murder.”  A phone call early Monday morning was hardly anything exciting for Private Detective Max Keene; but when an attractive dame on the other end offered a great deal on a case of hard-to-find cheap booze, Keene could hardly refuse...


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