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Spies Espionage and Intrigue SECRETS OF COUNTER-ESPIONAGE SECRETS OF COUNTER-ESPIONAGE

SECRETS OF COUNTER-ESPIONAGE (1947) Pavel Kadochnikov, Amvrosi Buchma, Sergey Martinson. A Soviet agent is air-dropped into Nazi occupied territory. He takes the disguise of a German entrepreneur wishing to take advantage of slave labor in occupied Ukraine and soon strikes a partnership with another German who's son is a high ranking Nazi. Together they go to Ukraine on a path that leads to intrigue and suspense...


$12.95
Sci Fi SHIKARI SHIKARI

SHIKARI (1963) Ajit, Ragini, K.N. Singh, Helen, Madan Puri.  This is the Indian version of King Kong and it's so bad, that it’s a delight.  The plot involves the efforts to capture King Kong by a circus company. The Circus owners and their scientist adviser take off in a big ship to Kong’s island.  The final scene when Kong storms the native village is mesmerizingly bad...


$16.95
Action Adventure Thrillers SHOOTOUT AT BIG SAG SHOOTOUT AT BIG SAG

SHOOTOUT AT BIG SAG (1962) Walter Brennan, Don Robinson, Luana Patten, Leif Erickson, Les Tremayne.  An engaging action-western drama.  Brennan is the pawn of his bossy wife, who wants a range war with Erickson.  It doesn’t help that Walter’s daughter and Leif’s son have fallen in love. Tremayne, is great as the sleazy saloon owner hired to “seal the deal” in favor of Walter’s family... 


$16.95
Mystery SILENCE OF DEAN MAITLAND, THE SILENCE OF DEAN MAITLAND, THE

THE SILENCE OF DEAN MAITLAND (1934) John Longden, Charlotte Francis, Constance Worth, John Warwick, John Pickard.  This forgotten Aussie-British crime-drama has Todd Slaughter regular Warwick released from prison after a twenty-year stretch for a killing he didn’t commit.   On his mind—revenge against the clergyman who stole those years by not clearing his name.  This film deals with murder, seduction, out of wedlock pregnancy, and betrayal.  Worth is priceless as the seductive hussy who ruins the lives of those around her.  From 16mm. 


$12.95
Armchair Fiction SILVER GOD OF THE ORANG HUTAN, THE, Illustrated Edition SILVER GOD OF THE ORANG HUTAN, THE, Illustrated Edition

Armchair fiction presents extra-large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  David Douglas's "The Silver God of the Orang Hutan, Illustrated Edition" is the nineteenth installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  In this tale, there’s a monstrous beast in darn near every chapte...


$12.95
Mystery SMALL WORLD OF SAMMY LEE, THE SMALL WORLD OF SAMMY LEE, THE

THE SMALL WORLD OF SAMMY LEE (1963) Anthony Newley, Robert Stephens, Julia Foster.  Wow… Newley is brilliant as Sammy Lee, a street hustler and strip club host who finds himself on the short end of life more often than not.  The plot has Sammy frantically trying to raise 300 pounds to pay off a debt to a mysterious personage known only as "Connor".  Connor’s ruffians are sent to track Sammy down when Sammy fails to pay...  


$12.95
Armchair Fiction SPACE-ROCKET MURDERS & D-99 SPACE-ROCKET MURDERS & D-99

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The first novel “Space-Rocket Murders” is by science fiction master, Edmond Hamilton.  It was a horrifying situation for the world of science.  One by one, the leading researchers in the field of interstellar space flight were being found murdered!  The second novel is H. B. Fyfe's “D-99.”  He'd killed one man and was carrying papers stolen from the secret Embassy files...


$12.95
Spies Espionage and Intrigue STEEL KEY, THE STEEL KEY, THE

THE STEEL KEY (1953) Terence Morgan, Joan Rice, Raymond Lovell.  Morgan is a suave, roguish fellow who lives on the edge of criminality while bringing crooks to justice himself—much like “The Saint.”  In this well-made British thriller (with a slight sci-fi element), he investigates a gang of crooks who have stolen (from a blind professor) a scientific formula for hardening metal...


$16.95
Sci Fi STOLEN AIRSHIP, THE STOLEN AIRSHIP, THE

THE STOLEN AIRSHIP (1967, Widescreen Edition) Hanus Bor, Jan Cizek, Cestmír Randa, Jan Malat, Michal Pospisil.  A marvelous science fiction epic and a group of children who make off with a futuristic airship from a county fair.  They then set out on a series of amazing exploits, all set against some of the most amazing stop-motion animation you will ever see...


$16.95
Horror STUDENT OF PRAGUE, THE STUDENT OF PRAGUE, THE

THE STUDENT OF PRAGUE (1935) Anton Walbrook, Dorothea Wieck, Theodor Loos, Erich Fiedler. A magnificent horror-fantasy film!  The setting is Prague in the 1860s.  Walbrook plays Balduin, a handsome young student.  Into his life walks a beautiful singer named Julia. But hovering over her life is the sinister Dr. Carpis, a Satan-like figure who’s more of a human shadow than a flesh-and-blood being...


$16.95
Armchair Fiction SUN-SMITHS, THE & THE OPPOSITE FACTOR SUN-SMITHS, THE & THE OPPOSITE FACTOR

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The first novel is The Sun-Smiths” by the very controversial science fiction author and the man behind the Shaver Mystery, Richard S. Shaver.  The second novel is a great outer space tale, “The Opposite Factor” by Chester S. Geier...


$12.95
Armchair Fiction TEMPLE OF FIRE, THE, Illustrated Edition TEMPLE OF FIRE, THE, Illustrated Edition

Armchair fiction presents extra-large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  Fred Ashley's "The Temple of Fire, Illustrated Edition" is the sixteenth installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series, and it features a plethora of typical lost world-lost race thrills, packed to the gills with ancient civilizations, strange sea creatures, uncharted islands, monstrous beasts, etc...


$12.95
Spies Espionage and Intrigue THERE GOES BARDER THERE GOES BARDER

THERE GOES BARDER (1955) Eddie Constantine, May Brit, Roger Saget.  Eddie plays a less than reputable, devil-may-care con-man.  He finds himself approached by a shady ship owner Saget, who was impressed with Eddie's fighting skills.  Saget wants Eddie to become one of his security investigators.  His job: hunt down the criminal responsible for making off with Saget’s company funds and hijacking his cargo...


$12.95
Armchair Fiction THESE ARE MY CHILDREN THESE ARE MY CHILDREN

Armchair fiction presents extra large editions of the best in classic science fiction novels and short stories, complete with original illustrations.  “These are My Children” was one of Rog Phillips’ most ambitious works.  When Mr. Archer sat down next to Peter Hart on a commercial flight headed toward New York, little did Hart realize that none of his fellow passengers could see Archer except him...


$12.95
Horror TICKET OF LEAVE MAN, THE TICKET OF LEAVE MAN, THE

TICKET OF LEAVE MAN (1937) Tod Slaughter, John Warwick, Marjorie Taylor.  Warwick, in a role he often played more than once in Slaughter horror films, plays an innocent man wrongfully sent to jail so that leering Tod can have his way with Warwick’s fiancé, played by the beautiful Marjorie Taylor.  There’s also a mad killer about known as "the Tiger..."  


$16.95
Armchair Fiction TIMELESS MAN, THE & ENEMY OF THE QUA TIMELESS MAN, THE & ENEMY OF THE QUA

Armchair Fiction presents extra-large editions of classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The first novel, “The Timeless Man” is a forgotten gem by the relatively unknown and highly underrated author, Roger Arcot.  The second novel is “Enemy of the Qua” by one of our favorite old-time sci-fi authors, Dwight V. Swain... 


$12.95
Armchair Fiction TRANSPOSED MAN, THE & PLANET OF DOOMED MEN TRANSPOSED MAN, THE & PLANET OF DOOMED MEN

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The first novel is an exciting novel of the future by Dwight V. Swain, “The Transposed Man.” The second novel is a real thriller, “Planet of Doomed Men,” by one of the better science fiction writers of mid-20th Century, Robert Moore Williams...


$12.95
Sci Fi TUNNEL, THE TUNNEL, THE

THE TUNNEL (1933) Paul Hartmann, Attila Horbigger, Olly Von Flint, Gustaf Gundgens.  There’s a big meeting between the world’s fifteen richest industrialists.  A project is launched to build a tunnel from Long Island to Europe.  As the tunnel progresses, its workers are faced with many perils...


$16.95
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