A young girl has some imaginary friends that appear to be not quite so imaginary.
The Amazing Mr. X, also known as The Spiritualist, is a 1948 thriller film directed by Bernard Vorhaus with cinematography by John Alton. Like the film noir Nightmare Alley released a year earlier, this film tells the story of a phony spiritualist racket.
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.
Ben Cartwright has to face the ambition of a silver baron and a neighbors son while fighting Texas fever in the cattle on the Ponderosa.
I know there are some old time radio fans out there. You’ll like this if you didn’t know about it. You already like it if you did know about it. From the web site of Jim French Productions: At the age of eight, Jim French knew what he wanted to do with his life: he wanted to be a radio announcer. With this seemingly impossible goal tucked in the back of his mind, he turned a room over the family garage into a make-believe radio studio and “broadcast” into tomato-can microphones mounted on broomsticks. This is the kind of guy…
Super evil, alien, space spiders like to eat scumbags and bimbos. What can you say….. Its a 1959 drive in B movie of epic proportions,
Sergeant Friday and Frank take on an armed robber who likes to kill people after he robs them. They don’t know much about him except that he likes scotch and a certain song on the jukebox when he kills.