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  • Ghost-Town Gold

    Ghost-Town Gold


    GHOST-TOWN GOLD was the second of 51 (!) Three Mesquiteers westerns released by Republic in a mere seven years (!) between 1936 and 1943. It was also the first to co-star Max Terhune as the comedy relief, replacing Syd Saylor as co-star to venerable Robert Livingston and Ray “Crash” Corrigan, and what made Terhune unusual among B-western sidekicks? He was a ventriloquist who rode the western plains with a wooden dummy named Elmer. No foolin’.

    This trio made 14 movies…

  • The Naughty Stewardesses

    The Naughty Stewardesses


    The first of two stewardess sex comedies produced and directed by Al Adamson, probably to capitalize on both the smash 3D hit THE STEWARDESSES and the drive-in success of Roger Corman’s “3 Girls” pictures (THE STUDENT NURSES, NIGHT CALL NURSES, THE STUDENT TEACHERS, etc.) at New World. The difference between THE NAUGHTY STEWARDESSES and the Corman pictures is that New World’s young directors were generally more talented than the experienced Adamson, and they also tended to have better acting.


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  • Action U.S.A.

    Action U.S.A.


    Only watch this if you love car chases, car jumps, car explosions, car smashes, and burning men.

  • Invasion of the Star Creatures

    Invasion of the Star Creatures


    Goddamn this wretched science fiction comedy created by a pair of Roger Corman actors. Jonathan Haze, the star of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, wrote the story and screenplay, which was originally titled MONSTERS FROM NICHOLSON MESA as a tribute to AIP head honcho James H. Nicholson. Bruno ve Sota, whose Corman credits include A BUCKET OF BLOOD and THE WASP WOMAN, directed the film, his third and last as a director. INVASION OF THE STAR CREATURES is worse than any…