Saturday, March 24, 2007
January, 1974 double-feature at Studio I; not sure where that was. THE CHEERLEADERS (1973) is the delightfully wacky (and pretty damn sexy) softcore comedy. FRITZ THE CAT (1972) is the Ralph Bakshi adaptation of the Crumb character (which he hated).
Friday, March 23, 2007
Another pair of strange triple-bills at the Tri-City Twin, from January, 1970. CHANGE OF HEART is most likely the 1969 Belgian film Le Témoin; THE HELLFIGHTERS (1968) was the John Wayne oil well firefighter movie; THE LOVE GOD is a 1969 Don Knotts comedy. THE BRIDGE AT REMAGEN (1969) was a WW2 film with George Segal and Robert Vaughn; IF IT'S TUESDAY, IT MUST BE BELGIUM is a mistitling of IF IT'S TUESDAY, THIS MUST BE BELGIUM (1969), with Suzanne Pleshette and Ian McShane; DEATH RIDES A HORSE is of course the Italian western Da uomo a uomo (1967), with Lee Van Cleef and John Phillip Law.
Thursday, March 22, 2007
The Mohawk Drive-in on Central Ave. between Albany and Schenectady hosted this Disney double-bill in March, 1970. Surprising 1962's IN SEARCH OF THE CASTAWAYS was still playing this late; RASCAL (1969) starred Steve Forrest and Billy Mumy.
Wednesday, March 21, 2007
The Wak-Art in Zebulon, NC hosted this softcore double-bill in January, 1971. CARNY GIRL (1970), with Sharon Kent and Kim Pope, doesn't seem to have surfaced on home video; PRIVATE ARRANGEMENT (1970), with Uschi Digard, was released by Something Weird on VHS and DVD-R.
Tuesday, March 20, 2007
Monday, March 19, 2007
March, 1971 triple at the New Forest Drive-in. BURY ME AN ANGEL (1971) is the cheap biker flick featuring a three-person gang, ANGELS DIE HARD (1970) with William Smith is a pretty fun watch, and HELLS ANGELS is probably HELLS ANGELS '69 (69), with Jeremy Slate.