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Drive in Double Features ..DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #8

Upgraded 5/25/24

BEYOND THE TIME BARRIER (1959, Anamorphic Widescreen) Robert Clarke, Darlene Tompkins, Arianne Arden, Vladimir Solokoff, directed By Edgar G. Ulmer.  Clarke plays a jet pilot from the 20th century who breaks through a time barrier in the sky to find himself on a post-World War III Earth, menaced by mutants and a deadly virus. Can he make it back to his own time period?  His quest is fraught with danger.  Lots of palace-style intrigue featuring a terrific climax where deadly mutants try to overrun the last remnants of humanity.  Clarke was the film's producer.  One of Edgar Ulmer's final directorial efforts.  From 35mm.  A nostalgic intermission reel follows after the film.

THE AMAZING TRANSPARENT MAN (1959, Anamorphic Widescreen) Douglas Kennedy, Marguerite Chapman, James Griffith, Ivan Triesault, Boyd Morgan. Terrific fun as an escaped bank robber is subjected to an atomic ray machine that renders him invisible. He breaks into military installations and banks, stealing radioactive materials and money. The film's climax features a struggle between Griffith and Kennedy in a lab where an atomic explosion is about to occur. Griffith screams in terror while Kennedy laughs hysterically and pins him to the floor. Vaporization is seconds away. Priceless. From 35mm.

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