Seen only once in the '90s, ads and host segments for a Wild Wild West marathon. Conrad shares some insights on the classic '60s series. (In 1989 I saw him film his "Jesse Hawkes" series on location in San Francisco.)
In the 1960s a group of Paterson, N.J. artists got together to make this ephemeral film. Shot in 16mm, it had no soundtrack, so i added some music and effects in 2009. The original print has since vanished from the Paterson Library.
British social/sexual drama starring Diana Dors and Linda Hayden soon to be Dracula's victim twice in "Taste the Blood of Dracula" (1969) and "Vampira" (1974). a bit role for Vernon Dobtcheff too. more info on http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0062693/
A rich old woman doesn't want anybody else to have her money if she should happen to die. So, she pays a scientist to develop a method of transferring her mind into a younger body. This movie is also known as "Monstrosity". You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page.
The daughter of a well-off man is sold into slavery, only to be later rescued by the film's hero. This film was originally a European (primarily Italian) film called "Anthar l'invincibile" which was later dubbed into English. You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page. More information on the film series is also available from the Wikipedia article here.
The hero leaves on a quest to slay a beast, only to find his home taken prisoner when he returns. This film was originally an Italian film called "Ercole l'invincibile" which was later dubbed into English. You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page. More information on the film series is also available from the Wikipedia article here.
Two astronauts, accompanied by their robot, set out to explore the surface of Venus. Things seem to be going well until violent changes begin to rework the surface. Will they be able to escape the planet with their lives? This film is also known as "Prehistoric Planet" and "Voyage to a Prehistoric Planet". This film began life as a Soviet-produced work. An American producer then added some new footage and changed the credits to hide the film's Soviet origin.