Thursday, May 17, 2007
Two wild triple-features at the Tri-City Twin, from March, 1970. THE GRUESOME TWOSOME and SOMETHING WEIRD were both directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis in 1967; BORN WILD was an alternate title for THE YOUNG ANIMALS (1968) with Patty McCormack; ANGEL, ANGEL, DOWN WE GO (1969) was the only film directed by Robert Thom; CHASTITY (1969) was the infamous Cher vehicle; YOUNG, EVIL & SAVAGE (1968) was the US title for the Italian thriller Nude... si muore (1968), aka Naked You Die.
Wednesday, May 16, 2007
H.G. Lewis triple feature at the New Forest in Raleigh, from March, 1968. THE GRUESOME TWOSOME (1967) featured Florida regular Chris Martell; SOMETHING WEIRD (1967) was one of his non-gore movies; COLOR ME BLOOD RED (1965) was the third film in Lewis' "blood trilogy."
Tuesday, May 15, 2007
Monday, May 14, 2007
Only two movies per screen at the Tri-City Twin Drive-in back in July, 1968. THE GRADUATE (1967) was still bringing in crowds; TWO FOR THE ROAD (1967) was the Stanley Donen romantic drama with Audrey Hepburn and Albert Finney, featuring a Henry Mancini score; THE SOUND OF MUSIC (1965) was still being screened years after its initial release; PROWLERS OF THE EVERGLADES was a 1953 Disney True Life Adventure short about alligators.