Adventure Movies



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Here’s my collection of Adventure movies.

A-Team, The (1983)


Whuch you doing fool? The A Team is an American action adventure television series about a fictional group of ex-United States Army Special Forces who work as soldiers of fortune while being on the run from the military for a “crime they didn’t commit”. The A-Team was created by writers and producers Frank Lupo and Stephen J. Cannell. The series was developed as a cross between Seven Samurai (and its western remake The Magnificent Seven) and The Dirty Dozen, with “Mr. T driving the car”, at the behest of Brandon Tartikoff, NBC’s Entertainment president. It also had vague elements of Mad Max.

Algiers (1938)


He’s a jewel thief name Pepe LeMoko (Charles Boyer). She’s Gaby (Hedy Lamar) and she’s engaged to a fat, sleazy guy who considers her bought and paid for. Things change in this atmospheric movie about the notorious Casbah.

Beneath the 12-Mile Reef (1953)


Beneath the 12-Mile Reef is a 1953 adventure film about a family of Greek-American sponge divers and their rival with a family of W.A.S.P divers. The film was made in Tarpon Springs, Florida, a town famous for it’s Greek community. It starred Robert Wagner, Terry Moore and Gilbert Roland.

Bloodlust! (1961)


Two couples are on a boating trip when they come across an uncharted island. The four investigate and find themselves in the clutches of Dr. Albert Balleau , whose hobby is hunting both animals and humans

Captain Kidd (1945)


Captain Kidd is often remembered in infamy as a cruel, bloody pirate. Indeed, he, along with his crew, has been accused of every crime in pirate history by popular tradition. He achieved perhaps more fame in song, story, and legend than any other pirate to sail the seven seas.

Cast a Giant Shadow (1966)


This fact-based drama chronicles Israel’s heroic struggle for independence under the leadership of the country’s first general (Kirk Douglas). Angie Dickinson, Frank Sinatra, Yul Brynner and John Wayne co-star.

Climax! – The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1957)


An adaptation of the Mark Twain classic done for CBS. Because of the censors, this show has no reference to slavery or the American slave Jim.

Drifter, The (1932)


The Drifter is a vaudevillian drama about a man who returns from prison to get tangled up in a lot of intrigue with the shady characters around him.

Flight to Nowhere (1946)


A couple on a transatlantic flight find themselves embroiled in a plot by spies to steal atomic bomb secrets.

Giant of Marathon, The (1959)


A 1959 Italian sword and sandal movie starring Steve Reeves set in 490 BC, the time of the Medic Wars during which Persian armies sweep the Ancient world.

Go Get Em Haines (1936)


Steve Haines is a reporter looking for a scoop. He follows a rich man aboard an ocean liner and gets tangled up in murder and intrigue. It’s pretty rare that William Boyd is in a movie and isn’t Hopalong Cassidy.

Green Glove, The (1950)


Glenn Ford stars as an American paratrooper GI who travels to France after the end of WWII to try and recover a jewel encrusted glove that had been stolen from a country church during the war. His quest leads him to a beautiful young tour guide (Geraldine Brooks), and a Nazi collaborator (George Macready) whom he had fought during the war. The movie was shot mostly on location in France and Monaco.

Huckleberry Finn (1974)


Strong-willed and self-raised, Huckleberry Finn (East) decides to flee his hometown of Hannibal, Missouri, when his cruel absentee father tries to kidnap him.

Jungle Book (1942)


Jungle Book is an American color 1942 action/adventure film based on the Rudyard Kipling novel, The Jungle Book. The film was directed by Zoltan Korda based on a screeplay adaptation by Laurence Stallings. The cinematography was by Lee Garmes and W. Howard Greene and music by Mikas Razsa

Laser Mission (1989)


Michael Gold (Brandon Lee) is sent to convince Dr. Braun (Ernest Borgnine), a Laser specialist, to defect to the United States before the KGB acquire him and use both his talent and a stolen diamond to create a nuclear weapon.

Lois and Clark – The New Adventures of Superman (1993-97)


Aw! Teri Hatcher is just so darn cute as Lois Lane. How could you go wrong?

Lost World, The (1925)


he Lost World is a 1925 silent film adaptation of Arthur Conan Doyle’s 1912 book of the same name. The movie stars Wallace Beery as Professor Challenger. This version was directed by Harry O. Hoyt and featured pioneering stop motion special effects by Willis O’Brien.

Magic Sword, The (1962)


The Magic Sword (also known as St. George and the Dragon, St. George and the Seven Curses, and The Seven Curses of Lodac) is a 1962 live action fantasy film, mainly aimed at children, based loosely on the medieval legend of St. George and the Dragon.

Most Dangerous Game, The (1932)


The Most Dangerous Game is a 1932 adaptation of the 1924 short story of the same name by Richard Connell, the first film version of that story. The plot concerns a big game hunter on an island who chooses to hunt humans for sport.

Mutiny (1952)


It’s the war of 1812 and Captain James Marshall has to run the British blockade enforced by the British to get a loan from France. When his crew finds out that they are carrying gold, it’s Mutiny.

Polar Bear King, The (1991)


King Valemon is offered the hand of a powerful yet evil witch in a marriage that will align him with the dark forces… but he refuses. Enraged, she casts a spell that transforms him into an enormous polar bear.

Prisoner, The (1967)


The Prisoner remains unique in the world of television: a taut psycho-thriller about a secret agent who retires and finds himself thrown into a Kafka-esque world of mindplay and enigma – a man known only as No. 6.

Project Kill (1976)


In the film, Nielsen plays John Trevor, a military agent who escapes from a secret government base where he had been the subject of various mind-control experiments. However, withdrawal from the mind-control drugs turn Trevor violent and dangerous, and now the military must find him before he can do any real damage.

Queen of the Amazons (1947)


Queen of the Amazons is a 1947 adventure film directed by Edward Finney. This is one of those B jungle films from the era, but it’s Jean and not Jane.

Sea Patrol (2007-2011)


This was recommended by a viewer and I liked it. This is an Australian made TV series about the adventures of the crew of the HMAS Hammerly, a Fremantle class patrol cutter. It’s never been shown on network television in the United States. Since we visited this show last time at Retrovision, Hulu has added Season 2.

Sergeant Preston of the Yukon – Blind Justice (1955)


In 1955, the same year the radio show ended, Sergeant Preston of the Yukon premiered as a television series. A mounty and his trustee dog fight crime in the Northwest Territory.

Sergeant Preston of the Yukon – Emergency On Scare face Flat (1955)


Harry Ogden is a robber and he shot a Mounty. True to the RCMP motto, Sergeant Preston has to get his man.

Sergeant Preston of the Yukon – Eye Of Evil (1955)


Sergeant Preston and Yukon King go after a $100,000 pearl called the Eye of Evil. A mounty and his trustee dog fight crime in the Northwest Territory.

Sergeant Preston of the Yukon – King Of HerschelIsland (1955)


In 1955, the same year the radio show ended, Sergeant Preston of the Yukon premiered as a television series. A mounty and his trustee dog fight crime in the Northwest Territory.

Sergeant Preston of the Yukon – Littlest Rookie (1955)


In 1955, the same year the radio show ended, Sergeant Preston of the Yukon premiered as a television series. A mounty and his trustee dog fight crime in the Northwest Territory.

Sergeant Preston of the Yukon – The Limping King (1955)


In 1955, the same year the radio show ended, Sergeant Preston of the Yukon premiered as a television series. A mounty and his trustee dog fight crime in the Northwest Territory. In this episode, a veterinarian gets swindled being sold a phony gold mine.

Sergeant Preston of the Yukon – The Rookie (1955)


In 1955, the same year the radio show ended, Sergeant Preston of the Yukon premiered as a television series. Its the story of a RCMP Mounty who has to solve crimes with the help of his trusty dog Yukon King. In this episode Sergeant Preston and Yukon king follow the story of Francois Val, a New Orleans chef with miles to go protecting his bank roll.

Shadows Over Shanghai (1938)


Pilot Peter Roma carries a precious amulet, but is shot down over China by a Russian agent who also wants the amulet.

Snows of Kilimanjaro (1952)


The Snows of Kilimanjaro is about a writer and adventurer waiting to die from a thorn scratch as he reminisces about his life and it’s trials including lost loves and time spent in the Spanish Revolution. It stars Gregory Peck and Ava Gardner as his first erratic love.

Son of Monte Cristo, The (1940)


In 1865, General Gurko Lanen is dictator of “Lichtenburg” in the Balkans. The rightful ruler, Grand Duchess Zona (Joan Bennett), hopes to get aid from Napoleon III of France. The visiting Count of Monte Cristo falls for Zona and undertakes to help her, masquerading as a foppish banker and a masked freedom fighter

Studio One: A Passenger to Bali (1950)


A Dutch missionary boards a ship in the middle of the night. The Captain soon finds he has a guest that no country in the world will allow off the ship.

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