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Drive in Double Features ..DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #1

Upgraded 5/21/24

THE KILLER SHREWS (1959, Anamorphic Widescreen) James Best, Ingrid Goulde, Gordon Mclendon, Ken Curtis. "The shrews devour everything…flesh, bones, marrow…everything.” This is what low budget, ‘50s sci-fi was supposed to be all about. Scientists breed giant, carnivorous shrews that terrorize a small island off the Texas coast. Best finds himself face to face with the long-fanged monsters.  Goulde is charming as the scientist's daughter who's afraid to tell what she knows.  Nice performances by all with Curtis playing a wonderful coward. McLendon, who plays an eccentric scientist and helped finance the film, owned a chain of drive-in theaters in Texas.  From a beautiful 35mm print. GREAT INTERMISSION REEL between films! 

THE GIANT GILA MONSTER (1959, Anamorphic Widescreen) Don Sullivan, Lisa Simone, Shug Fisher. Much of the same low budget charm as its companion film, THE KILLER SHREWS. A gigantic lizard terrorizes a small Texas community. It smashes cars and trains and devours people as though they were flies. Sullivan plays the young hero who races his car (loaded with nitro) toward the monster at the film's explosive climax.  He even sings a song at the big dance, which (of course) is crashed by the monster.  Lots of cool hot rods. Not to be missed. From a great 35mm theatrical print.

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