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Armchair Fiction WINGED HEELS WINGED HEELS

Armchair fiction presents large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  “Winged Heels” by S. Andrew Wood is the 51st installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  It was a love triangle in a lost kingdom!  Juan Moreno was an adventurous outlaw, a renegade who had big plans...


$12.95
Action-Adventure-Drama SUNRISE SUNRISE

(1927) George O’Brien, Janet Gaynor, Bodil Rosing, Margaret Livingston, J. Farrell MacDonald. Considered one of the greatest films of the silent era.  The charm of a brash city girl seduces a young farmer.  She ultimately convinces him to murder his wife and join her in the big city...


$12.95
Armchair Fiction ISLE OF FORGOTTEN PEOPLE, THE ISLE OF FORGOTTEN PEOPLE, THE

Armchair fiction presents large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  “The Isle of Forgotten People” by Thompson Cross is the 49th installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  Here at Armchair Fiction we take pride in our extensive library of LWLR tales....


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Action-Adventure-Drama RED ENSIGN RED ENSIGN

(1934) Leslie Banks, Carol Goodner, Frank Vosper, Alfred Drayton.  Banks has a grand time as the top designer in a British shipyard.  Unfortunately, the yard has run into a slew of downturns and is in big financial trouble.  But Banks has a new ship in mind...


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Mystery SHAKEDOWN, THE SHAKEDOWN, THE

(1960) Terence Morgan, Hazel Court, Donald Pleasence, Robert Beatty.  This is a great British crime film.  Morgan gets out of the slammer and sets up what seems to be a legitimate modeling agency.  Back of it all, though, is a blackmail operation...


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Mystery MYSTERY OF THE GREEN SPIDER—Anamorphic Widescreen MYSTERY OF THE GREEN SPIDER—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1960, Anamorphic Widescreen) Adrian Hoven, Renate Ewert, Hans von Borsody, Jochen Brockmann.  This cool Krimi offering is available with English subtitles for the first time.  Inside a smoky nightclub called “the Green Spider” a beautiful singer finishes her song, then the band takes over, playing a raucous jazzy tune.  Lost in all the noise is the sound of a gunshot...


$12.95
Action-Adventure-Drama ROAD TO MANDALAY/THE MIRACLE MAN—Special Edition ROAD TO MANDALAY/THE MIRACLE MAN—Special Edition

(1926, 1919) Lon Chaney, Lois Moran, Owen Moore, Henry B. Walthal, directed by Tod Browning.  Not only have we crafted a great new music score for Road to Mandalay, but we’re also offering it in a newly tinted version, as well as the original B&W version.  PLUS: THE MIRACLE MAN (1919) Thomas Meighan, Lon Chaney, Betty Compson...


$12.95
Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #7 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #7

BLOODY PIT OF HORROR (1965, Anamorphic Widescreen) Mickey Hargitay, Walter Brandi, Louisa Baratto, Ralph Zucker, Rita Klein.  A photographer and his gorgeous models find a seemingly deserted castle for a photo-shoot.  However, it’s inhabited by a lunatic who traps the girls in the dungeon... TERROR CREATURES FROM THE GRAVE (1965, Anamorphic Widescreen) Barbara Steele, Walter Brandi, Richard Garret, Marilyn Mitchell. A man is murdered by his wife and associates. He vows to return from the grave for revenge...


$12.95
Armchair Fiction EYE OF THE GOD, THE EYE OF THE GOD, THE

Armchair fiction presents large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  “The Eye of the God” by B. G. Aston is the 52nd installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  It seemed to make no sense.  Young Englishman Bill Rankin’s classmate, Terrence Sullivan, was like any other future-graduate on the pathway to success.  But when a local pal nearly drowned...


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Edgar Wallace GREEN ARCHER, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen GREEN ARCHER, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1961, English Anamorphic Widescreen Edition) Karin Dor, Klausjürgen Wussow, Eddi Arent, Harry Wustenhagen.  Finally, a beautiful anamorphic English edition of this terrific Wallace classic from our Edgar Wallace restoration pal, Chuck Pennington.  An English businessman comes home to London only to find that visitors to his mysterious estate are being killed by the deadly arrows of the "Green Archer." Who is this arch fiend?...


$12.95
Action-Adventure-Drama WALL OF DEATH WALL OF DEATH

(1951) Laurence Harvey, Maxwell Reed, Susan Shaw, Hermione Baddeley.  This underrated British action thriller is set in a rundown fairground.  There are lots of interesting characters on hand.  You’ve got Reed, a race car driver with a chip on his shoulder, and Harvey, an iron-jawed young boxer, both vying for the hand of a dancer played by beautiful Susan Shaw.  The film has a plethora of excitement...


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Exploitation ADVENTURES OF JANE, THE ADVENTURES OF JANE, THE

(1949) Christabel Leighton-Porter, Stanelli, Michael Hogarth, Ian Colin, Peter Butterworth.  This film is based on “Jane,” a popular comic strip in WWII Britain about the lewd misadventures of a sexy young blonde.  Leighton-Porter, in the title role, plays a burlesque dancer who unknowingly transports a stolen diamond for some conniving jewel thieves...


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Exploitation GIRL ON THE RUN GIRL ON THE RUN

(1953) Richard Coogan, Rosemary Pettit, Frank Albertson, Charles Bolender, Harry Bannister, Renee De Milo, Edith King, Steve McQueen.  This sordid film-noir exploitation oddity is centered around a trashy burlesque carnival, which of course means lots of skimpily-dressed buxom beauties prancing about.  A crusading anti-vice editor has been murdered and the cops think the killer is hiding at the carnival...


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Silent Thrills JAZZ SINGER, THE JAZZ SINGER, THE

(1927) Al Jolson, May McAvoy, Warner Oland, Eugenie Besserer, Otto Lederer, Moisha Yudelson.  Although largely a silent film, this cinema classic went down in history as the first talking feature film, with numerous scenes shot in sound, primarily those with Jolson singing (the silent sections were accompanied by a Vitaphone music score).  Al plays a young Jewish kid, raised by a strict...


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Exploitation C. B. HUSTLERS—Anamorphic Widescreen C. B. HUSTLERS—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1976, Anamorphic Widescreen) John F. Goff, Richard Kennedy, John Alderman, Valdesta, Janus Blythe, Uschi Digard, Catherine Barkley.  This schlock-fest came out during the CB radio craze.  It’s one of those so-bad-it’s-good 2nd feature drive-in movies that kept us awake after midnight...


$12.95
Mystery WHAT HAPPENED THEN? WHAT HAPPENED THEN?

(1934) Richard Bird, Lorna Hubbard, Geoffrey Wardwell, George Zucco, Francis L. Sullivan.  A young man quarrels with his Uncle about the girl he wants to marry.  The uncle threatens to disinherit him. The next morning the uncle turns up dead—his throat cut!  In an engaging courtroom scene, the nephew is tried for murder.  But if the nephew isn’t guilty, then who is the killer?...


$12.95
Mystery SEVEN DOORS TO DEATH SEVEN DOORS TO DEATH

(1941, PRC) Chick Chandler, June Clyde, George Meeker, Gregory Gay.  In a pitch black apartment a girl screams.  There’s a gunshot, then a body hits the floor.  Moments later the girl snags a ride from an unsuspecting young fellow...


$12.95
Mystery ALONE IN THE NIGHT ALONE IN THE NIGHT

(1945) Bernard Blier, Sophie Desmarets, Jacques Pills, Jean Davy, Louis Salou, Ginette Baudin.  This isn’t a good movie, it’s a great movie—one of the best mysteries we’ve released in a long, long time. Blier is the rookie detective assigned to the murder-by-strangling cases of two young women.  The only clue he has is that the killer is always heard softly singing a current hit tune before he strikes...


$12.95
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