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Spies Espionage and Intrigue MASTER SPY—Anamorphic Widescreen MASTER SPY—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1963, Anamorphic Widescreen) Stephen Murray, June Thorburn, Alan Wheatley, John Carson, Jack Watson.  Murray gives a fine, low-key performance as a defecting Russian scientist who goes to work at a British nuclear experimentation lab, working on a neutron ray.  But is he loyal to the crown?...


$16.95
Spies Espionage and Intrigue OH! THOSE MOST SECRET AGENTS—Anamorphic Widescreen OH! THOSE MOST SECRET AGENTS—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1964, Anamorphic Widescreen) Franco Franchi, Ciccio Ingrassia, Ingrid Schoeller, Carla Calò, directed by Lucio Fulci.  It’s those crazy Italians again, Franchi and Ingrassia, whom you loved in 002—Operation Moon.  This time the boys take up the spy trade when they’re mistaken for KGB agents...


$16.95
Spies Espionage and Intrigue MURDER IN A RED JAGUAR—Anamorphic Widescreen MURDER IN A RED JAGUAR—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1968, Anamorphic Widescreen) George Nader, Heinz Weiss, Grit Boettcher, Herbert Stass, Robert Fuller.  In the opening scene, Robert Fuller terrorizes a bunch of lovely, partially undressed girls in their dressing room.  Nader (as agent Jerry Cotton) smashes through a window and saves the girls, who then shower him with compliments. This sets the tone for the film as Cotton sets out to solve numerous killings...


$16.95
Sword and Sandal WHOM THE GODS WISH TO DESTROY—Special 2-Disc Edition WHOM THE GODS WISH TO DESTROY—Special 2-Disc Edition

(1966-1967, Anamorphic Widescreen) Karin Dor, Uwe Beyer, Rolf Henniger, Herbert Lom, Siegfried Wischnewski, Maria Marlow, Christian Rode, Hans von Borsody, Terence Hill, Fred Williams, directed by Harald Reinl. Whom the Gods Wish to Destroy was originally released in the U.S. as a single feature film.  However, like Fritz Lang’s Journey to the Lost City, it was culled from two separate films...


$16.95
Sword and Sandal SIGFRIDO—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition SIGFRIDO—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1957) Sebastian Fischer, Ilaria Occhini, Rolf Tasna, Katharina Mayberg, Georgio Costantini. A retelling of the legend of Siegfried, who slayed a dragon and bathed in its blood to become nearly invincible.  Siegfried then travels to Burgandy where he wins the heart of the King’s daughter, Krimhilde...


$16.95
Sword and Sandal TITANS, THE—35mm English Edition TITANS, THE—35mm English Edition

(1962, Anamorphic Widescreen) Giuliano Gemma, Jacqueline Sassard, Pedro Armendáriz, Antonella Lualdi, Serge Nubret. This great sword & sandal film is filled with fantastic elements and supernatural creatures, including a cyclops and a gorgon.  Gemma plays Crius, the youngest of the Greek titans, all of whom are imprisoned by the gods.  Freedom for him and his brothers is promised in return for...


$16.95
Sword and Sandal SANDOKAN AGAINST THE LEOPARD OF SARAWAK—35mm English Edition SANDOKAN AGAINST THE LEOPARD OF SARAWAK—35mm English Edition

(1964, Anamorphic Widescreen) Ray Danton, Franca Bettoia, Guy Madison, Mario Petri, Mino Doro.  Ray Danton, as Sandokan, is perfectly cast as the dashing warrior and do-gooder. In this lively film, Sandokan’s beautiful future wife, Samoa (Bettoia) is kidnapped, hidden in a cave, and held under a hypnotic spell by her evil cousin, who seeks revenge against Sandokan...


$16.95
Sword and Sandal REVENGE OF THE CRUSADER—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition REVENGE OF THE CRUSADER—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1964) Alberto Lupo, María José Alfonso, Beni Deus, Stephen Forsyth.  After his wedding to the beautiful Alfonso, Lupo sets out to join the crusades, leaving his beautiful new bride in the care of one of his trusted friends.  What he doesn’t know is that his “pal” has his own desires for the fair maiden...


$16.95
Armchair Fiction OVER THE OCEAN TO PARIS OVER THE OCEAN TO PARIS

Armchair Fiction is proud to offer beautiful paperback editions of the first four books in the classic Ted Scott Flying Stories series: In this first tale of the series, “Over the Ocean to Paris,” the reader is taken from Ted Scott’s humble, impoverished beginnings to his remarkable rise into the U.S. Air Mail Service as a crackerjack pilot...


$12.95
Armchair Fiction RESCUED IN THE CLOUDS RESCUED IN THE CLOUDS

Armchair Fiction is proud to offer beautiful paperback editions of the first four books in the classic Ted Scott Flying Stories series: In this second exciting installment, “Rescued in the Clouds,” (by John W. Duffield, aka Franklin W. Dixon), the reader finds Ted Scott using his top-notch plane to help the victims of a cataclysmic flood, all the while rescuing burning airplanes, battling man-eating crocodiles, fending off poisonous snakes...


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Armchair Fiction OVER THE ROCKIES WITH THE AIR MAIL OVER THE ROCKIES WITH THE AIR MAIL

Armchair Fiction is proud to offer the Ted Scott Flying Stories. “Over the Rockies with the Air Mail,” by Franklin W. Dixon, was written in 1927.  Ted faces a storm in near-zero temperatures, a snarling grizzly bear, plane saboteurs, a violent plane crash, a fang-baring rattlesnake, and of course there’s a dastardly villain lurking in the shadows...


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Armchair Fiction FIRST STOP HONOLULU FIRST STOP HONOLULU

Armchair Fiction is proud to offer beautiful paperback editions of the first four books in the classic Ted Scott Flying Stories series: “First Stop Honolulu” has Ted Scott on the trail of more flying records as well as the trail of a cold-blooded killer...


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

BEES IN PARADISE (1944) Arthur Askey, Anne Shelton, Peter Graves, Ronald Shiner, Jean Kent, Antoinette Cellier. This may be the only Lost World-Lost Race musical comedy ever made.  It’s amazing this film has escaped the eye of sci-fi and fantasy historians, because in spite of its comedy and musical themes, there’s no doubt of the film’s fantastic cinema elements... TIME FLIES (1944) Evelyn Dall, Tommy Handley, George Moon, Felix Aylmer. This is a marvelous sci-fi comedy about a quirky professor who’s invented a combo spaceship/time machine....


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Drive in Double Features .WALK-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #10 .WALK-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #10

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... THE SCARLET WEB (1954) Hazel Court, Griffith Jones, Zena Marshall, Robert Percival.  What a great surprise this nifty (nifty is the word) British murder mystery turned out to be.  Insurance investigator Griffin Jones is duped by a gorgeous blonde and framed for murder...


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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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Exploitation JOURNEY INTO THE BEYOND—Anamorphic Widescreen JOURNEY INTO THE BEYOND—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1975, Anamorphic Widescreen) Narrated by John Carradine.  This R-rated Mondo movie has a ton of bizarre stuff, some of which will really make you wince.  You’ve got outer space footage; an exorcism; real-life voodoo rites; levitation, etc...


$12.95
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
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