Duck and Cover (1954)

I remember films like this. Of course, being a little younger than this film, the scare was more hydrogen bombs. My grade school years were in the shadow of the Cuban missile crisis. By that time, thermonuclear weapons made the idea of Duck and Cover kind of silly.


My Man Godfrey (1936)

A socialite hires a derelict to be her family’s butler, only to fall in love with him, much to his dismay. The film stars William Powell and Carole Lombard.


Hollywood Sign, The (2002)

Short on cash and unwilling to give up their posh lifestyle, three washed-up Hollywood leading men (Rod Steiger, Burt Reynolds and Tom Berenger) concoct a plan that has them intercepting a mobster’s plot to steal a load of cash from a Las Vegas casino. Enlisting the help of a young director (Jacqueline Kim), the would-be criminals figure they have it made … but things don’t go quite as planned! Rated R


Ticket of Leave Man, The (1937)

Tod Slaughter stars in this murder mystery. An innocent man is accused of murders committed by an underworld figure known as “The Tiger”.


Last Continent, The (2007)

Narrated by Donald Sutherland, this thrilling, feature-length documentary chronicles the brave group of scientists on board the Sedna IV as they explore the Earth’s most fascinating and isolated continent. While on their dangerous and exhilarating 430-day adventure, the crew examines the effects of alleged climate change on the wildlife and the majestic Antarctic landscape


Life of Riley, The – Riley’s Anniversary (1953)

The Life of Riley was enormously popular on radio and this TV show has William Bendix playing Riley. Riley was a prototype for later blue-collar sitcom characters like Ralph Kramden and Fred Flintstone.


Captain Z-Ro – Atilla The Hun (1951)

Captain Z-Ro was a 1951 Science Fiction kids show that was made by KRON in San Francisco. With his time machine, the ZX-99, he traveled back in time to affect the lives of historical figures. A 1951 Quantum Leap? This show certainly had a cheesy mustache budget.


Captain Z-Ro – Christopher Columbus (1951)

Captain Z-Ro was a 1951 Science Fiction kids show that was made by KRON in San Francisco. With his time machine, the ZX-99, he traveled back in time to affect the lives of historical figures. A 1951 Quantum Leap? This show certainly had a cheesy mustache budget.


Monsters From The Prehistoric Planet (1967)

An expedition from Tokyo heads to Obelisk Island, which a greedy entrepreneur (Mr. Funazu, the President of Playmate Magazine) wants to turn into an island resort. But the Japanese monsters have other ideas.


Medicine Man, The (1930)

Heres really early Jack Benny as the Medicine Man. He has to help the son and daughter of a mean shopkeeper. He’s a medicine show “doctor”. Its funny. It’s Jack Benny. How could you go wrong?


Ninja Death (1979)

Information on Ninja Death is a little sparse. It appears that it was a movie that ran out of money two or three times, underwent two or three different English translations. There are some plot lines if you can follow them, but Ninja Death goes right to chop, kill and destroy without even bothering with opening credits.


Sexton Blake and the Hooded Terror (1938)

Sexton Blake has been described as the poor mans Sherlock Holmes. He’s an amateur detective pitting his wits against the well known villian player Tod Slaughter.

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