Friday, May 04, 2007
March, 1970 comedy double-feature at the State in Schenectady. GAILY, GAILY (1969) was Norman Jewison's follow-up to THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR; BUONA SERA, MRS. CAMPBELL (1968) was set in WW2-era Italy. No DVD on either title yet.
Thursday, May 03, 2007
January, 1974 adult triple-feature at Raleigh's Center Drive-in...GABRIELLA (1972) was the softcore movie later re-edited into CLASS OF '74; Johnny Legend says this earlier version was never released theatrically but I guess he was wrong; Something Weird has it on VHS and DVD-R, and the later version is available on bootleg labels. SUGAR COOKIES (1973) was the NYC-shot adult horror film with Mary Woronov and Lynn Lowry. Can't find any info on 3 FOR A PARTY.
Wednesday, May 02, 2007
Wild triple-feature from January, 1971, which screened at Proctor's in Schenectady and the Oxford in North Troy. One for the heads, I guess. Wonder how the print for FREAKS (1932) looked? NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (1968) is available on about a million labels, but I think the Elite version is the one to go with. Funny misprint for Buñuel's Un chien andalou (1929).
Tuesday, May 01, 2007
One screen at this Tri-City Twin date from March, 1970 featured a Hammer triple-bill: FRANKENSTEIN MUST BE DESTROYED (1969), DRACULA HAS RISEN FROM THE GRAVE (1968), and the thriller THE TRYGON FACTOR (1966); the other screened a Disney double-feature: IN SEARCH OF THE CASTAWAYS and RASCAL (see previous post).
Monday, April 30, 2007
Albany's Turnpike Drive-in screened this Hammer triple-feature in March, 1970. FRANKENSTEIN MUST BE DESTROYED (1969) was the fifth in the series; DRACULA HAS RISEN FROM THE GRAVE (1968) was the fourth in its series; THE DEVIL'S BRIDE was the US title for 1968's THE DEVIL RIDES OUT.