Five (1951) B&W 93 minutes Not Rated Starring: William Phipps, Susan Douglas, James Anderson, Charles Lampkin, Earl Lee When a nuclear bomb destroys the world, only five survivors remain. A pregnant woman, a philosopher, a black man, a banker and an explorer seek shelter in an abandoned house. As the last living human beings, they must work together. However, their clashing visions of the future could lead to their destruction.
COLUMBIA PICTURES PRESENTS FIVE STARRING WILLIAM PHIPPS SUSAN DOUGLAS JAMES ANDERSON CHARLES LAMPKIN EARL LEE PRODUCED, WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY ARCH OBOLER
The Mad Magician (1954) B&W 72 minutes Not Rated Starring: Vincent Price, Mary Murphy, Eva Gabor, John Emery, Donald Randolph, Lenita Lane Gallico the Great, a magician and master of disguise, turns into a homicidal maniac when his manager closes his show and gives his tricks to a rival magician. No one is safe as he begins to take out his victims with the same methods he used to create his illusions.
COLUMBIA PICTURES PRESENTS THE MAD MAGICIAN STARRING VINCENT PRICE MARY MURPHY EVA GABOR WITH JOHN EMERY STORY AND SCREENPLAY BY CRANE WILBUR PRODUCED BY BRYAN FOY DIRECTED BY JOHN BRAHM
The Man Who Turned To Stone (1957) B&W 71 minutes Not Rated Starring: Victor Jory, William Hudson, Charlotte Austin, Jean Willes, Ann Doran, Paul Cavanagh When a new psychiatrist is hired at a women's prison, he and a social worker begin to puzzle over some recent suspicious deaths among the young inmates. The prison warden and doctor seem to be behind a centuries-old evil plot to steal the life force of young women to extend their own unnaturally immortal lives.
COLUMBIA PICTURES PRESENTS A CLOVER PRODUCTION THE MAN WHO TURNED TO STONE VICTOR JORY ANN DORAN CHARLOTTE AUSTIN WRITTEN BY RAYMOND T. MARCUS PRODUCED BY SAM KATZMAN DIRECTED BY LESLIE KARDOS
The Terror of the Tongs (1961) Color 76 minutes Not Rated Starring: Christopher Lee, Yvonne Monlaur, Geoffrey Toone, Marne Maitland, Brian Worth, Ewen Solon A British sea captain seeks revenge from a gang of Hong Kong drug and slave traders, know as the Red Dragon Tong, for the death of his daughter. With the help of a former slave, they incite a riot to destroy the group.
COLUMBIA PICTURES PRESENTS A HAMMER FILM PRODUCTION OF THE TERROR OF THE TONGS STARRING CHRISTOPHER LEE YVONNE MONLAUR GEOFFREY TOONE WRITTEN BY JIMMY SANGSTER PRODUCED BY KENNETH HYMAN DIRECTED BY ANTHONY BUSHELL
Vincent Price, Victor Jory, Christopher Lee
Eva Gabor, John Emery, Yvonne Monlaur
5 Hours 13 Minutes
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