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A team of archaeologists led by Dr John Fielding (John Merivale, Circus of Horrors) descends on the ruins of an ancient Mayan city to investigate the mysterious disappearance of its inhabitants. However, the luckless explorers get more than they bargained for when their investigation of a sacrificial pool awakens the monster that dwells beneath its waters the fearsome and malevolent god Caltiki.

Beginning of the End is a 1957 independently made American black-and-white science fiction giant insects film, produced and directed by Bert I. Gordon. It stars Peter Graves, Peggie Castle, and Morris Ankrum. The film's storyline concerns an agricultural scientist (Graves) who has successfully grown gigantic vegetables using radiation. Unfortunately, the vegetables are eaten by locusts (the swarming phase of short-horned grasshoppers), which quickly grow to a gigantic size and attack the nearby city of Chicago. Beginning of the End is generally known for its "atrocious" special effects, "and yet," writes reviewer Bill Warren, "there is something almost compellingly watchable about this goofy little movie".

Atom Age Vampire (Italian: Seddok, l'erede di Satana) is a 1960 Italian horror film directed by Anton Giulio Majano. Shot in black-and-white, the film was produced by Elio Ippolito Mellino and stars Alberto Lupo, Susanne Loret, and Sergio Fantoni.

Hop Harrigan (aka Hop Harrigan America's Ace of the Airways) (1946) is a Columbia film serial, based on the Hop Harrigan comic books by DC Comics. Plot: Hop Harrigan, a top Air Corps pilot, leaves the military and he and his mechanic, Tank Tinker, open up a small charter air service. They are hired to fly an inventor, Dr. Tabor, to his secret laboratory, where he is working on a new and powerful energy machine. However, a mysterious villain named The Chief Pilot is determined to have the new energy machine for his own purposes and kidnaps Dr. Tabor.

The Master Key is a 1945 Universal movie serial, directed by Lewis D. Collins and Ray Taylor. It starred Milburn Stone, Dennis Moore and Byron Foulger. This serial also featured the screen debut of future western film star Lash LaRue. Plot: Nazi spies, led by the mysterious "Master Key", kidnap Professor Henderson in order to acquire his "Orotron machine" which is capable of extracting gold from sea water. FBI agent Tom Brant, aided by reporter Janet Lowe and Detective Lt. Jack Ryan, attempt to rescue him and crack the Nazi spy ring.

The Secret Code (1942) was the 19th serial released by Columbia Pictures. It features the masked hero "The Black Commando" facing Nazi saboteurs, inspired by Republic Pictures' successful Spy Smasher serial of the same year. The chapters of this serial each ended with a brief tutorial in cryptography.

Son of Geronimo is a 1952 American Western Serial film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and starring Clayton Moore. Plot: Jim Scott attempts to bring peace between west-bound settlers and native Apaches. This task is made harder by a band of local outlaws.

Billy the Kid in Texas is a 1940 American film directed by Sam Newfield. It's the second in the "Billy the Kid" film series, produced by PRC from 1940 to 1946. Plot: Billy the Kid runs into his old friend Fuzzy in a wide-open Texas town. When he stands up to town thug Flash and his gang, the grateful citizens make him sheriff. Now that he has legal authority, Billy and Fuzzy go after Flash, who has stolen a large amount of money and framed young Gil Cooper, a member of his gang, for it not knowing that Gil Cooper is actually Gil Bonney, Billy's brother.

Billy the Kid in Santa Fe is a 1941 American film directed by Sam Newfield. This film is the sixth in the "Billy the Kid" film series, produced by PRC from 1940 to 1946, and the last to star Bob Steele. In the next film, Billy the Kid Wanted, Steele was replaced by Buster Crabbe. Plot: Billy the Kid escapes from jail after being framed for murder. His friends Jeff and Fuzzy help him, knowing that he didn't commit the murder. The trio travels to Sant Fe, where they run into Joe Benson, who had been paid by gang leader Barton to lie at Billy's trial.

Big Calibre is a 1935 American Western film produced by Supreme Pictures and directed by Robert N. Bradbury. It premiered on March 8, 1935. The film features Bob Steele as Bob O'Neill, a stockgrower who, seeking vengeance for his murdered father, goes after the murderer, crazed scientist Otto Zenz (Bill Quinn).

Big Boy Rides Again is a 1935 American film directed by Albert Herman.

A deadly feud between sheepherders and cattle ranchers is quelled by romance in this lively western that begins when a cattleman adopts the daughter of the shepherd he is responsible for killing. Both his sons fall for the girl, but only one survives to win her hand.

Bells of San Fernando is a 1947 American romantic adventure film directed by Terry O. Morse. Duncan Renaldo co-wrote the screenplay and was an associate producer of the film. The film is also known as Gold in San Fernando in Austria.

Bells of Rosarita is a 1945 American musical western film starring Roy Rogers and directed by Frank McDonald.

Battle of Greed is a 1937 American western film directed by Howard Higgin and starring Tom Keene, Gwynne Shipman and James Bush. A silver strike in Virginia City leads to cutthroat completion to exploit the discovery.

Bar-Z Bad Men is a 1937 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and starring Johnny Mack Brown. Plot: When reckless and boisterous Jim Waters (Johnny Mack Brown) is faced with a jail term for what he calls harmless fun, he heads to the Bar-Z Ranch, promising to stay out of town. When he gets there, he runs right into the middle of a range war between two cattlemen. Murder and deceit draw Jim in, determined to uncover who’s in back of the rustling.

Bad Man of Deadwood is a 1941 American film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Roy Rogers. Plot: The town of Deadwood and its businesses are controlled by Ripper and his gang of thugs. Roy and Gabby enter the town to set up a show business but are run over by Ripper and his gang. When the going gets too tough Roy and Gabby fight back to bring the gang to the law with evidence.

Yellow Canary is a 1943 British drama film directed by Herbert Wilcox and starring Anna Neagle, Richard Greene and Albert Lieven. Neagle plays a British Nazi sympathizer who travels to Halifax, Canada, trailed by spies from both sides during the Second World War. Neagle and director/producer Wilcox collaborated on a number of previous film projects.

Women in the Night is a 1948 American film directed by William Rowland shot in Mexico. The film is also known as When Men Are Beasts. The film depicts activities of German and Japanese who wish revenge on the Allies with a cosmic ray weapon.

The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent (also known as The Viking Women and the Sea Serpent) is a 1958 film directed by Roger Corman. It starred Abby Dalton, Susan Cabot and June Kenney. Corman said the learned "an important lesson from this movie: don't fall for a sophisticated sales job about elaborate special effects. "

omorrow We Live (released as At Dawn We Die in the US), is a 1943 British film directed by George King and starring John Clements, Godfrey Tearle, Greta Gynt, Hugh Sinclair and Yvonne Arnaud. The film was made during the Second World War, and the action is set in a small town in German-occupied France. It portrays the activities of members of the French Resistance and the Germans' tactic of taking and shooting innocent hostages in reprisal for acts of sabotage. The opening credits acknowledge "the official co-operation of General de Gaulle and the French national Committee". Dorothy Hope is credited with "original story".

This espionage drama is set on Tokyo's darkest streets and in her hottest nightspots; it follows a US agent assigned to stop communist activities during the Korean War.

They Raid by Night is a 1942 American low-budget World War II film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and starring Lyle Talbot and June Duprez. It was from Producers Releasing Corporation.

I'll Give My Life is a 1960 American film directed by William F. Claxton. The film is also known as The Unfinished Task in the United States. IMDb: A college graduate disappoints his father, a construction tycoon, when he forgoes the family business to follow a higher calling.

The Sin of Harold Diddlebock is a 1947 comedy film written and directed by Preston Sturges, starring the silent film comic icon Harold Lloyd, and featuring a supporting cast including female protagonist Frances Ramsden, Jimmy Conlin, Raymond Walburn, Rudy Vallee, Arline Judge, Edgar Kennedy, Franklin Pangborn, J. Farrell MacDonald, Robert Dudley, Robert Greig, Lionel Stander and Jackie the Lion. The film's story is a continuation of The Freshman, one of Lloyd's most successful movies.


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