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Post by PuddyCat on Tue 13 Feb 2018, 5:28 pm

Diary of a Madman (1963)

When Judge Simon Cordier (Vincent Price) goes to see Louis Girot (Harvey Stephens), a prisoner he sentenced to death, the criminal insists he is not guilty and that he is inhabited by an evil spirit. Cordier dismisses Girot's claims, but he becomes unnerved when Girot lights himself on fire to supposedly end the demonic possession. After the visit, Cordier, beset by insomnia, begins to have odd visions and starts to wonder if Girot might have been telling the truth after all.



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Post by PuddyCat on Tue 13 Feb 2018, 5:33 pm

The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971)

In a desperate attempt to reach his ill wife, organist Anton Phibes (Vincent Price) is horrifically disfigured in a car accident and presumed dead. When he learns that his wife died during an operation, Phibes blames her surgeons and plots an elaborate revenge to punish them for their incompetence. With the help of a mute assistant (Virginia North), Phibes creates a mask resembling his own face and murders the surgeons one by one using bizarre methods inspired by the biblical plagues.



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Post by PuddyCat on Tue 13 Feb 2018, 5:33 pm

Dr. Phibes Rises Again! (1972)

The sequel to The Abominable Dr. Phibes, this film follows the quest of Dr. Anton Phibes (Vincent Price) to bring his dead wife back to life by retrieving a stolen Egyptian scroll that leads to a life-giving elixir. As Phibes races to obtain the elixir, he must fight off the sinister Biederbeck (Robert Quarry), who wants the potion for himself.



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Post by PuddyCat on Tue 13 Feb 2018, 5:36 pm

Kronos (1957)

A huge, blinking flying saucer from deep space emits a glowing object, which races to Earth. It intercepts a man who's driving his car down an isolated road. The object takes over the man's body and directs it to LabCentral, a U.S. research facility that's been tracking the saucer, thinking it was an asteroid.

The man's possessed body forces its way into the lab and the entity inside takes control of the chief scientist, who directs three nuclear missiles to be fired at the saucer. Everyone is shocked when the explosion fails to destroy the object. The saucer crashes into the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Mexico. Impatient with the delay in getting a formal expedition to the crash scene, two of the lab's scientists (one with his photographer girlfriend in tow) head down to Mexico. After their arrival, they see the saucer appear on the ocean's surface. Terrified, they flee back to their lodging for the rest of the night.

The next morning, both scientists and the girlfriend see a large, stories-tall machine that has appeared on the beach. Its four-legged body features two mobile antennae that resemble the terminals of a capacitor. They use a small helicopter to land atop the strange machine, glimpsing its inner workings before being forced to leave the huge machine

Under the direction of the possessed lab scientist, who now has lists of power stations and atom-bomb arsenals around the world, the large machine, which has since been named Kronos, methodically attacks power plants in Mexico, draining their energy entirely. In doing so Kronos grows larger with every energy-absorption episode, consuming more and more power as it moves, unhindered, from one power source to the next. Four Mexican Air Force fighter planes attack Kronos, but the growing alien machine easily destroys them and continues on its energy-draining rampage.



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Post by PuddyCat on Tue 13 Feb 2018, 5:37 pm

The Bat (1959)

A killer called "the Bat" has claimed many lives in the small town inhabited by novelist Cornelia van Gorder (Agnes Moorehead) and her maid, Lizzie (Lenita Lane). As Cornelia implores Dr. Malcolm Wells (Vincent Price) to help her ailing maid, $1 million in the town's bank goes missing. With greed and fear reaching new heights, police Lt. Andy Anderson (Gavin Gordon) goes to Cornelia's house to investigate additional murders committed by the Bat.



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Post by PuddyCat on Tue 13 Feb 2018, 5:37 pm

Hercules, Samson & Ulysses (1963)

On the Greek island of Ithaca, a sea serpent is frequently attacking the fishermen. After they complain to the king, he recruits heroes Hercules (Kirk Morris) and Ulysses (Enzo Cerusico) to vanquish the beast. In their efforts to do so, the friends are involved in a shipwreck that leaves them in the foreign land of Judea. There, as they struggle to survive, they meet the powerful Samson (Richard Lloyd), and help him and his people in their war against the cruel Philistines.



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Post by PuddyCat on Tue 13 Feb 2018, 5:38 pm

Colossus of the Arena (1962)

A powerful man posing as a gladiator in Rome's fourth century discovers a plan to put the beautiful Queen in prison, which he thwarts by exposing a sinister duke as a traitor.



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Post by PuddyCat on Tue 13 Feb 2018, 5:39 pm

In the Shadow of the Eagles (1966)

After the death of Octavian, the rebel populations of Illyria and Pannonia pose a grave threat to the Roman Empire. Tribune Marcus Ventidius is sent to subdue the uprising and, after a bitter battle, captures Pannonian chief Magdus together with a number of women hostages. These include Magdus's own daughter Helen, betrothed to cruel Illyrian warrior Batone who has killed many Romans. Julia, daughter of the Roman governor Messala, is in love with Tribune Marcus and, jealous of his sympathy for the barbarian girl, plots an escape by Helen and her father. Pursuing the fugitives, Marcus crosses a mountain pass where Batone has laid a trap. Marcus thwarts the ambush with Helen's help and, after killing Batone in a duel, gains allegiance from the rebel tribes.



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Conan the Barbarian (1982)

Orphaned boy Conan (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is enslaved after his village is destroyed by the forces of vicious necromancer Thulsa Doom (James Earl Jones), and is compelled to push "The Wheel of Pain" for many years. Once he reaches adulthood, Conan sets off across the prehistoric landscape of the Hyborian Age in search of the man who killed his family and stole his father's sword. With beautiful warrior Valeria (Sandahl Bergman) and archer Subotai (Gerry Lopez), he faces a supernatural evil.



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Post by PuddyCat on Tue 13 Feb 2018, 5:40 pm

The Darker Side of Terror (1979)

Research scientist Robert Forster doesn't get the important job he was angling for, so he clones himself to prove he was right for the appointment. Unfortunately, his trouble-making duplicate sets his sights on seducing his creator's wife (Adrienne Barbeau). A deranged TV movie with little to offer in the thrill or surprise departments, though there is plenty to scoff at in disbelief. Director Gus Trikonis, responsible for the far better Nashville Girl and The Evil, was once married to Goldie Hawn.



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Post by PuddyCat on Tue 13 Feb 2018, 5:41 pm

A Howling in the Woods (1971)

The scene is a remote wooded area in Nevada, where disillusioned housewife Liza Crocker (Eden) has arrived for a solitary camping trip. It so happens that Liza's "sanctuary" is located near the small and cloistered town where she was born -- a town that does not necessarily want to have her back. As Liza's husband, Eddie (Larry Hagman), searches for her in hopes of a reconciliation, the heroine is terrorized by the mournful sound of a howling dog, which triggers painful and frightening memories that she had hoped were long, long buried. Based on a novel by Velda Johnston, the underrated and almost unbearably suspenseful.



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Post by BlueStrat on Tue 13 Feb 2018, 5:41 pm

Can you put 5 quick songs on the 11th page, so it goes to 12th. I want to put that skid row song at top of 12th page :)
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Post by PuddyCat on Tue 13 Feb 2018, 5:45 pm

BlueStrat wrote:Can you put 5 quick songs on the 11th page, so it goes to 12th. I want to put that skid row song at top of 12th page  :)

Okay as soon as I add this one below drink

Erik the Conqueror (1961)

In the 9th Century, two Viking children, separated since their early childhood with one raised by the British and the other by Vikings, meet after nearly 20 years as rivals as war breaks out between Britian and the Vikings for control of England.



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Post by PuddyCat on Tue 13 Feb 2018, 5:55 pm

The Daughters of Joshua Cabe (TV Movie 1972)

A man recruits three wayward women to pose as his offspring to comply with an unusual new homesteading law.



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Post by PuddyCat on Mon 19 Feb 2018, 3:59 pm

The War Lord (1965)

Chrysagon (Charlton Heston), a powerful knight, is sent to defend a coastal village. He falls in love with Bronwyn (Rosemary Forsyth), who has been promised to Marc (James Farentino). Chrysagon is filled with regret until he learns of a tradition that would allow him to take Bronwyn on the eve of her wedding. When she fails to return the next morning, Chrysagon is accused of holding her hostage. As Marc prepares for war, Chrysagon must also contend with his jealous brother (Guy Stockwell).

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Post by PuddyCat on Mon 19 Feb 2018, 4:00 pm

The Kentuckian (1955)

Upstanding widower "Big Eli" Wakefield (Burt Lancaster) decides to move from Kentucky further west to Texas. He undertakes the journey with just his young son "Little Eli" (Donald MacDonald), but en route they pick up friends like indentured servant Hannah (Dianne Foster) and schoolmarm Susie (Diana Lynn), a potential love interest. This motley crew's path is difficult, and they face many obstacles, not the least of which is nasty frontiersman Stan Bodine (Walter Matthau).

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Post by PuddyCat on Mon 19 Feb 2018, 4:01 pm

Julius Caesar (2002)

Epic take on the life of Julius Caesar. Jeremy Sisto stars as the ill-fated Roman lead who conquered much of the known world in the name of his empire, leading him to be named dictator for life and later assassinated by his nephew and trusted ally, Marcus Brutus (Paolo Briguglia). Also starring Richard Harris, Valeria Golino, and Christopher Walken, Julius Caesar has also been aired under the simplified title of Caesar.

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Post by PuddyCat on Mon 19 Feb 2018, 4:02 pm

Francis of Assisi (1961)

In 13th century Italy, Francis Bernardone (Bradford Dillman) is born to a father with business connections but renounces his claim on his family's wealth after hearing the voice of God. Although he encounters some resistance from those who doubt his motives, his selfless deeds make him one of the Catholic Church's most revered figures, and he is eventually canonized. Along the way, his example inspires pious acolyte Clare (Dolores Hart) to enter a nunnery.

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The Hunchback (1997)

Parisian church official Dom Frollo (Richard Harris) looks on as Esmeralda (Salma Hayek), a Gypsy who rebuffed his advances, is convicted of a murder he committed. A version of the famed Victor Hugo novel, the film follows Esmeralda as she iss rescued from the gallows by an observer who longs for her: Quasimodo (Mandy Patinkin), the disfigured man who rings the bells at the cathedral. Quasimodo conveys his feelings to Esmeralda, but powerful forces are soon bearing down on the two.

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The Baron of Arizona (1950)

Thirty years before Arizona achieves statehood, scam artist James Addison Reavis (Vincent Price) cooks up an elaborate scheme to claim the territory as his own. Reavis convinces Mexican immigrant Pepito (Vladimir Sokoloff) that his daughter is the heir to a barony of land granted by Spain, and then departs for years of patient efforts to create a false paper trail. He returns years later to claim the now-grown heir, Sofia (Ellen Drew), as his wife, but will his plan withstand scrutiny?

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Post by PuddyCat on Mon 19 Feb 2018, 4:07 pm

The Story of Mankind (1957)

The sprawling plot is based on Hendrik Willem Van Loon's best-selling 1921 book. It is framed by the story of a Celestial tribunal convened to debate the worthiness of humanity following the invention of the hydrogen bomb sixty years ahead of schedule. Their arguments will determine whether or not the leader of the Supreme Tribunal (presumably God) will authorize the destruction of planet Earth. The Spirit of Man (Ronald Colman in his final film appearance) points out all of humankind's achievements for good while wily Satan (Vincent Price) calls men worthless. Both of their points are illustrated via vignettes. Highlights include Hedy Lamarr as Joan-of-Arc, a young Dennis Hopper as Napoleon and Peter Lorre as Nero. The Marx Brothers also made their final appearance as a team. Interestingly, each appeared separately. Groucho played a lusty Peter Minuit, the Dutchman who bought Manhattan from the Indians, while Harpo played Sir Issac Newton.



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The Scarlet Pimpernel (1982)

British aristocrat Sir Percy Blakeney (Anthony Andrews) appears to be a vain and shallow man, but, in the guise of his alter ego, the Scarlet Pimpernel, he is a courageous swordsman. As the Pimpernel, Blakeney works to free Gallic nobility from death during the fervor of the French Revolution. However, Blakeney's life of luxury with his beautiful bride, Marguerite (Jane Seymour), is threatened when the French send sinister operative Chauvelin (Ian McKellen) to stop the Pimpernel at any cost.



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The Oblong Box (1969)

Julian (Vincent Price) hides his horrendously disfigured brother, Sir Edward Markham (Alister Williamson), in a tower where he is kept in chains. Anxious for freedom, Edward fakes his death with the aid of an immoral attorney, Trench (Peter Arne), and a pill that puts him into a catatonic state. But the escape plan takes a treacherous turn when Julian unwittingly buries his brother alive -- and he's later unearthed by grave robbers under the employ of malevolent Dr. Neuhardt (Christopher Lee).



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The Monster Club (1981)

A vampire invites a horror writer to a secret club where monsters gather to drink and dance. He soon regales the amused man with three tales of terror involving a lonely creature, hunters of the undead and a mysterious village.

The author is invited by a suave vampire (Vincent Price) to accompany him to the title establishment, where he observes the secret social customs of various species of monsters -- which apparently include drinking, dancing, and watching undead strippers remove more than just their clothing.



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Tales from the Crypt (1972)

When people in a tourist group get lost within ancient catacombs, they meet the sinister Crypt Keeper (Ralph Richardson), who tells them each their fate. The creepy figure's macabre stories involve Joanne Clayton (Joan Collins), a wife dabbling in murder, and Grymsdyke (Peter Cushing), a retired sanitation worker targeted by his suspicious neighbors. Among the other characters is adulterer Carl Maitland (Ian Hendry), who may face a fitting demise if the Crypt Keeper's yarns come true.



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