Feature Films

I'm calling this the "extended version" because whether it's "uncut" or not is anybody's guess. The "neck rip" scene is intact. However, please note the picture quality is a bit washed out in some places but still watchable in my opinion.

Australia's first musical comedy featuring vaudevillian comic George Wallace the most popular Australian comedian or the era. The video and audio recordings contained in this film entered the Australian public domain in 1983. This film was ineligible for GATT/URAA restoration and remains in the US public domain.

Gilbert M. Anderson plays a cowboy who gets kicked out of town and told he'll be shot if he comes back. A Thunderbird Picture.

An entertaining western starring Johnny Mack Brown

Not to be confused with "Murder By Television" starring Bela Lugosi. This film is about a young inventor trying to get his television system financed. A gang of crooks are out to stop him. This film is considered science fiction by many because the concept of television was still on the drawing boards in the 30's, but it's also a comedy. Stars Lyle Talbot, Mary Astor, Nat Pendleton, and Joyce Compton. Whether you would consider this scifi or not, you should find it entertaining anyway.

After an unknown catastrophe, two men and a woman find themselves the only ones alive anywhere. The men wind up fighting each other for the woman's affections. This is a faded color print of a Roger Corman film.

A prison inmate trying to go straight is forced into participating in a prison break by another convict. After the two men escape, they separate. The reluctant inmate hides out in a cafe, where he falls in love with a waitress who works there - who he doesn't know is the girlfriend of the convict who forced him to escape.

A silent western starring Tom Mix as a border agent. This film features some of the earliest aerial photography used in motion pictures.

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