Steve McQueen plays a college dropout hired to be the getaway driver in a bank robbery. It’s based on a real 1953 case.
Forbidden World, originally titled Mutant, is a 1982 American cult classic science fiction/horror film. The screenplay was written by Tim Curnen, from a screenstory by R.J. Robertson and Jim Wynorski. It was co-edited and directed by Allan Holzman, who had edited Battle Beyond the Stars two years earlier. The cast includes Jesse Vint, Dawn Dunlap, June Chadwick, Linden Chiles, Fox Harris, Raymond Oliver, Scott Paulin, Michael Bowen, and Don Olivera
Mainly filmed at Ashcroft, Colorado, Sergeant Preston of the Yukon was telecast on CBS from September 29, 1955, to September 25, 1958. The first two seasons were produced by Trendle-Campbell-Meurer, and the show was broadcast in the same time slot as ABC’s The Lone Ranger. In its last season, Sergeant Preston of the Yukon was purchased and produced by the Jack Wrather Corporation.
This is one of the most beautiful documentaries I’ve ever seen with unique pictures of Amur Tigers. It also tells the story of Sooyong Park, the first person ever to film wild Siberian tigers.
There are quite a few attempts at Star Trek fan films and this one is one of the finest. I loved this story about the Freighter Aurora with it’s young captain and Vulcan first officer. It’s a remarkable job of a 3D animated movie.
Peter Hurkos falls fifty feet from the top of a building, while he is trying to run away from some . When he wakes up in the hospital, he finds out he is psychic. Part Two.
Peter Hurkos falls fifty feet from the top of a building, while he is trying to run away from some . When he wakes up in the hospital, he finds out he is psychic.