Thursday, December 06, 2007
Another weird pair of triple-features at the Tri-City Drive-in, from March, 1968. TO SIR, WITH LOVE (1967) featured Sidney Poitier in the swingin' slums of London. IS PARIS BURNING (1966) was a French/US historical WWII drama from Paramount. WATERHOLE #3 (1967) was a comedy western with James Coburn and Carroll O'Connor. ROOM 43 was the Cory Film Corp. release of the British PASSPORT TO SHAME (1958), with Diana Dors, Herbert Lom, and Eddie Constantine; available on VHS from budget and gray market dealers. NOT WITH MY WIFE, YOU DON'T! (1966) was a Warner Bros. comedy with Tony Curtis, Virna Lis, and George C. Scott; not on DVD. SECRET FILE: HOLLYWOOD (1962) was a low-budget drama from Crown International; no DVD as of yet.
Tuesday, December 04, 2007
Classic Trans-Lux Eurohorror double-feature at Raleigh's Tower Drive-in, from April, 1968. TOMB OF TORTURE was the US dub for the Italian Metempsycho (1963). CAVE OF THE LIVING DEAD was the German Der Fluch der grünen Augen (1964), with Adrian Hoven.
Monday, December 03, 2007
Here's a Cinema Art triple-feature from May, 1968. TO BE A WOMAN was a British documentary from 1951; no video release. LOLLIPOP was Times Films Corp.'s release of the 1964 Brazilian drama Asfalto Selvagem; no video release. THE SECRET DREAM MODELS OF OLIVER NIBBLE (1967) was a nudie short with a pseudonymous Dick Van Patten; on VHS and DVD-R from Something Weird.