An English anthropologist (Christopher Lee) has discovered a frozen monster in the frozen wastes of Manchuria which he believes may be the Missing Link. He brings the creature back to Europe aboard a trans-Siberian express, but during the trip the monster thaws out and starts to butcher the passengers one by one.
Night of the Living Dead (1968) In this classic yet still creepy horror film, strangers hold up in a rural Pennsylvania farmhouse and battle constant attacks from dead locals who have been brought back to life by mysterious radiation.
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WARNING - This is a graphic horror film with some gory special effects.
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In pre-World War II Tokyo the American newspaper editor Nick Condon (James Cagney) working for an English-language daily paper aimed at the American business community is given a document relating to Japan's foreign affairs which could have political ramifications if found. He meets up with Iris Hilliard (Sylvia Sidney), a woman who wants to secure the document even if it means dealing with the Japanese secret police and their threats.
Director: Frank Lloyd Producer: William Cagney Production Company: William Cagney Productions Audio/Visual: sound, black & white Keywords: Action; Drama; War; Romance; James Cagney Contact Information: www.k-otic.com
Director John Huston, while a member of the U.S. Army Signal Corps in 1943, creates an Academy Award winning documentary, which he narrates with assistance from his actor father Walter, treating of the Armed Forces' successful effort to prevent the fall of the Aleutian Islands to advancing Japanese troops who had captured several islets. Although no claim can be reasonably made that this location was of major strategic importance during the War, it presented enormous tactical and logistic difficulty for those assigned there, and Huston's color film demonstrates the determined ensemble work upon the outpost of Adak by a wide range of military specialists who combat loneliness and boredom along with notably severe weather conditions. The work was made over a six month period, and is climaxed by the preparations for, followed by an actual filming of, a bombing run over Japanese-occupied Kiska, wherein Huston nearly lost his life, and which is significant for its combat footage and for the atmosphere of suspense present in the viewer who wonders if all will return safely.
Director: John Huston
Producer: John Huston
Production Company: U.S. War Department
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Keywords: WWII; war; documentary; kiska
Contact Information: www.k-otic.com
The Jack Benny Program, Season 4, Episode 3, Humphrey Bogart guest, Aired: 10/25/1951
Jack's monologue is interrupted by Bob Crosby, who's upset that his song was cut from the show, and by Don, who's angry that he's not a part of this week's commercial.
In the sketch, officers haul "Baby Face" Bogart into the police station. He tells Detective Benny he knows nothing about the murder of Blinky Mason. Benny tries to get rough but Bogart keeps slapping him back. During the interrogation, "Baby Face" launches into the Lucky Strike commercial and sings their jingle. He pulls a gun on Detective Benny, who runs fleeing from the building.
In the epilogue, Jack thanks Humphrey Bogart and plugs his new picture, Beat the Devil.
Beat the Devil (1953) A group of crooks are headed to Africa in search of land with Uranium.
Director: John Huston
Writers: James Helvick (novel), Truman Capote (screenplay),
Starring: Humphrey Bogart; Jennifer Jones; Gina Lollobrigida; Robert Morley; Peter Lorre; Edward Underdown; Ivor Barnard; Marco Tulli; Bernard Lee; Mario Perrone; Giulio Donnini; Saro Urzi; Juan de Landa; Aldo Silvani; Julie Gibson;
This movie is part of the collection: Film Noir
An engrossing film noir with Mickey Rooney, Peter Lorre, and Jeanne Cagney. Needing money for a date, Rooney borrows $20 from the cash register, starting a chain of events that includes car theft, burglary, and possibly murder.
Director: Irving Pichel
Production Company: Samuel H. Stiefel Productions
Audio/Visual: sound, black and white
Keywords: suspense; noir; crime; Mickey Rooney; Peter Lorre
Creative Commons license: Public Domain Mark 1.0
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