A young baron who has inherited the Dracula curse is kept locked away by his mother to hide the family secret - although she does procure for him an occasional victim. However, when he breaks out of his castle prison, she becomes a victim herself, and the undead lad takes flight to terrorise the local village and rampage through a girls' school before a specialist is called in.
While investigating a series of mysterious deaths, Sergeant Ben Peterson (James Whitmore) finds a young girl (Sandy Descher) who is unable to speak. As Peterson joins forces with FBI agent Robert Graham (James Arness) and scientist Dr. Harold Medford (Edmund Gwenn), he discovers that all the incidents are due to giant ants that have been mutated by atomic radiation. Peterson and Graham, with the aid of the military, attempt to find the queen ants and destroy the nests before the danger spreads.
When scientist Andre Delambre (Al Hedison) tests his matter transporter on himself, an errant housefly makes its way into the transportation chamber, and things go horribly wrong. As a result, Delambre's head and arm are now that of the insect. Slowly losing himself to the fly, Delambre turns to his wife, Helene (Patricia Owens), for help. But when tragedy strikes, Delambre's brother (Vincent Price) and Inspector Charas (Herbert Marshall) are forced to pick up the investigation.
Set against the urban jungle of 1963 New York’s gangland subculture, this coming of age teenage movie is set around the Italian gang the Wanderers. Slight comedy, slight High School angst and every bit entertaining with its classic 1950’s Rock n’ Roll soundtrack such as “Walk Like a Man”, “Big Girls Don’t Cry” by The Four Seasons and “My Boyfriend’s Back” by The Angels. Focusing around a football game where the different gangs play with and against each other, then at its grand finale, come together in a mass of union to defend their honour and their turf.
Confederate soldiers led by Vance Reno (Richard Egan) rob a Union train of its payroll money. But because the Civil War officially ended the day before, their theft was not a legitimate act of war. Now an outlaw, Vance takes his share and heads home, where he intends to marry his fianc?e, Cathy (Debra Paget). But upon arrival he discovers that she has already married his youngest brother, Clint (Elvis Presley). The troubled family tries to reconnect -- while also evading the law.
This chilling comedy chronicles the spooky exploits of a Yankee car salesman working in London who sets out to deliver a car to a remote Welsh estate. Unfortunately he discovers the owner dead. As the grim night slowly passes, the remaining family members are bumped off at appallingly regular intervals.
Lt. Col. Glenn Manning is inadvertently exposed to a plutonium bomb blast and although he sustains burns over 90% of his body, he survives. Then he begins to grow, but as he grows he starts losing his mind. By the time he stops he is 50 ft tall, insane and is on the rampage.
Just as rock 'n' roller Jeep Jackson (Anthony Newley) reaches the top of the British music charts, the newly crowned teen idol is drafted by the British army and forced to abandon his career and begin a two-year stint in uniform. When Jackson's scheming agent, Herbie (Sidney James), spirits the singer away from the barracks for an unauthorized recording session, the out-of-place superstar runs afoul of his ruthless superior, Sgt. Lush (William Bendix).
A man with brutal and macabre origins, Leon Corledo (Oliver Reed) was raised in the home of Don Alfredo Corledo (Clifford Evans), his kind and loving adopted father. When he leaves Don Alfredo to find work, Leon discovers that he has increasingly violent urges. Although these tendencies are calmed by Leon's love for the beautiful Christina (Catherine Feller), he ultimately cannot contain his curse and transforms into a werewolf, terrorizing the Spanish countryside.
In this domestic drama, British teen Jo (Rita Tushingham) struggles to find love in her bleak day-to-day life, which is dominated by her alcoholic mother, Helen (Dora Bryan). When Jo has a brief fling with a black sailor and Helen takes up with a new lover, their already tense relationship is further strained. Jo faces more complications as she discovers she is pregnant, but finds support when she moves in with an odd but thoughtful gay student named Geoffrey (Murray Melvin).
This film (recorded in 1954) features various performers at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem, New York City. Performers include Nat 'King' Cole, Cab Calloway (Minnie the Moocher), Faye Adams, Little Buck, Willie Bryant, Nipsey Russell, Lionel Hampton, Count Basie, Bill Bailey, Ruth Brown, Herb Jeffries, Sarah Vaughan, Big Joe Turner (Shake, Rattle and Roll), Amos Milburn, Martha Davis, Mantan Moreland, and Freddie Robinson.
Viking Prince Einar (Kirk Douglas) doesn't know it, but his most fearsome enemy, the slave Eric (Tony Curtis), is actually his half brother. Their feud only intensifies when Einar kidnaps Princess Morgana (Janet Leigh), the intended bride of the brutal King Aella (Frank Thring). Einar intends to make the beautiful girl his own. Unfortunately for him, Morgana has eyes only for Eric -- leading to much bloodshed and the capture of their father, King Ragnar (Ernest Borgnine).
The film focuses on a Liverpool street gang led by Johnny Murphy (McCallum). When local Juvenile Liaison Officer Sergeant Truman (Baker) visits the Murphy household he becomes romantically involved with Johnny's sister (Anne Heywood). He also finds considerable points of similarity between his previous investigations into the activities of an arsonist known as the 'Firefly' and his investigation of Johnny Murphy. Cushing plays a local priest attempting to heal the social problems of the locality. In a final sequence, Murphy holds a classroom full of children hostage with a machine-gun, apparently shooting one dead. The Chinese boy Alexander (Michael Chow) is knocked down and run over by Johnny stealing and driving Alexander's and his sister Primrose's (Tsai Chin) laundry van at high speed trying to get away from the police, after being caught trying to set fire to a local hotel.
When an undersea volcano sends tremors throughout the Atlantic, aquatic creatures come out of hiding. Merchant seamen Joe Ryan (Bill Travers) and partner Sam Slade (William Sylvester) harness the most unusual of the lot, a massive beast that looks like a Tyrannosaurus Rex. The enterprising sailors deliver their quarry to a British circus, but it turns out that the animal is a newborn. And, when his much larger mother arrives in London to rescue her son, the city feels her wrath.
A 1950s musical drama following a couple who start their own record label. Financed by her Aunt Sarah (Linda Gray), Joan (Mary Steele) and her boyfriend, songwriter Harry (Lee Patterson), open a coffee bar to provide young people with a hangout. When café worker and singer Terry (Terry Dene) struggles to get a recording contract, they decide to help him by expanding their business into their own independent label. As Terry rises to fame, a major label tries to take over their company.
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Professor Parker arrives at a guesthouse in Norfolk, where he is taking a short winter break. The Professor remains distant from his fellow guests, dining at a separate table and declining an invitation from the Colonel to join him for a round of golf, choosing instead to explore the district.
The Professor's walk takes him along the beach and onto a hill overlooking the sea, where he comes upon a bedraggled graveyard. Moving in for a closer look at the most distant of the graves, which stands at the cliff edge and has been partly worn away, he spies a small bone object. He pockets it and makes his way back. As he makes his way back along the beach, he sees a figure behind him, silhouetted against the falling sun...
Pop musical with Cliff Richard and the Shadows about four London Transport mechanics trying to run a European travel service with a double-decker bus. Along the way they pick up an American girl who is on the run from stardom, her press agent and her overbearing mother.
Pilot episode - Series 1, episode 1. Broadcast on November 23, 1963 - The very first episode that started a world-wide phenomena!
An eccentric yet compassionate extraterrestrial Time Lord zips through time and space to solve problems and battle injustice across the universe, traveling via the TARDIS (Time and Relative Dimensions in Space), which is his old and occasionally unreliable spaceship that resembles a blue police phone box (but changes its appearance depending on its surroundings) and is much, much larger inside than outside.
After being thrown out of medical school for ethical violations, Dr. Peter Blood (Kieron Moore) returns home to a small Cornish village, where he sets up a research laboratory in a secluded cave. There, he attempts to revive the dead, using kidnapped humans -- who he views as unworthy of life -- for their body parts. Specifically, their hearts. Dr. Blood eventually succeeds, but his progress is threatened when Linda Parker (Hazel Court), his ill father's nurse, discovers his ghastly crimes.
Young musician Jimmy Daley needs to come up with $300 to purchase the electric guitar he wants. He pawns his law books, to the disappointment of his father, a doctor whose goal is for Jimmy to become a lawyer.
Jimmy's jealous nature results in a ruckus at a party and $150 in damage to a neighbor, which Dr. Daley insists his son pay. His girlfriend Joan Wright learns that a battle of the bands has a cash prize. Jimmy and his group end up losing the contest, but he earns the respect of his dad.
This drive-in sci-fi classic follows teenagers Steve (Steven McQueen) and his best girl, Jane (Aneta Corseaut), as they try to protect their hometown from a gelatinous alien life form that engulfs everything it touches. The first to discover the substance and live to tell about it, Steve and Jane witness the blob destroying an elderly man and grow to a terrifying size. But no one else has seen the goo, and policeman Dave (Earl Rowe) refuses to believe the kids without proof.
Remnants of a mysterious animal have come to light in a remote jungle, and a group of scientists intends to determine if the find is an anomaly or evidence of an undiscovered beast. To accomplish their goal, the scientists (Antonio Moreno, Richard Carlson, Richard Denning, Whit Bissell) must brave the most perilous pieces of land South America has to offer. But the terrain is nothing compared to the danger posed by an otherworldly being that endangers their work and their lives.
Starring Frankie Vaughan, George Baker, Kenneth Cope, John Le Mesurier and Thora Hird. Dave Wyman (Vaughan), a rebellious young Liverpudlian who fancies himself as a rock and roll frontman, has his dreams checked by a stern dose of reality when he is conscripted into the army. Surprisingly, though, he settles into the life of a soldier well. That is, until a vicious trick by the bully of the barracks result in the death of his friend. Dave duly comes off the rails and seeks revenge. How will events pan out?
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