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Rare 1949 episode of the TV series "Captain Video and His Video Rangers". The show is about a "Space Captain" and his "Video Ranger" who must the galaxy from the evil Dr. Pauli. . The show was live, which would explain the missed cues. Most episodes are presumed lost. The series was never liked by TV critics, though proved popular with children. Later seasons had improved writing. However, as corny as the show was, it did prove influential on later series. ****Please note that the first few seconds of this broadcast are missing****

Early Dumont network science discussion show.This episode was originally broadcast on February 18,1952.

This is the original widescreen theatrical print which is significantly sharper than the 4;3 print found elsewhere at IA. An ultra-low-budget sci fi romp in which a radiation-spawned monster terrorizes a California beach, without actually showing up on the beach. He (it) does manage to sink the same rowboat three times. Will Venice Beach survive? And what about the rest of us? Directed by Dan Milner Released in 1955 complete print

Hello and welcome back to everyone's favorite drive-in "Spook House". Tonight we are cutting our prices and bringing two low budget classics, created and filmed specifically for you drive in enjoyment. After the usual coming attractions and a Casper cartoon, our first feature is that wonderfully confused period piece, made in Texas by the way, "The Dungeon of Harrow". Then, after a snack bar break, that classic is followed by another exercise in cheap thrills and bad acting, "The Ghosts of Hanley House".

One of Larry Buchanan's notorious "Azalea" pictures -- made-for-TV color remakes of American International Pictures black and white drive-in creature features, made for a fraction of the originals' budgets. Curse of the Swamp Creature is a rehash of 1957's Voodoo Woman. A mad scientist works in the middle of the swamp to create a monster that will serve his bidding. The actor playing the scientist is a ham of the highest order, and everyone else (including especially our hero, John Agar) is a block of wood.

A young man is transformed into a hideous "moon beast" due to a meteor fragment lodged in his body. (from IMDB)

DANGER AFLOAT! ABOVE, BELOW AND ACROSS THE SEAS...WITH THE HEROIC MEN OF THE COAST GUARD! On hearing of the attack on Pearl Harbor, a hobo decides to join the Coast Guard under an assumed name -- because he deserted the Navy years before due to gambling debts. What follows is a combination of melodrama and suspense, as he gets tangled up in the lives of another military family, succumbs once again to his gambling addiction, and risks his life defusing Japanese-laid mines off the California coast. Low-budget but somewhat satisfying (and dark) tale of fear and redemption.

Welcome back for another warm night of creepy fun at the good old Shocker Internet Drive! Tonight we proudly present a Roger Corman double feature. Though it is open for debate, we think these are two of the master director's best movies. Grab your munchies from the snack bar and enjoy a bite with Aldry in "The Little Shop of Horrors" and then finish out the night with a little bit of art in "A Bucket of Blood". Of course we tempt you with the usual trailers, advertisements and a wonderfully racy Tex Avery cartoon.

Made on an ultra-low budget of $200, Dingoman Productions proudly presents their first feature film, The Legend of Action Man, a comedy about a mediocre, self-proclaimed superhero Action Man (James McEnelly) who is warned that if he causes any more trouble around town he'll be put under house arrest. In comes Mark (Trey Dixon), a fresh-faced news intern looking for a big story to get his work on TV, and Action Man seems like an interesting subject.

Some different prints of the all-time classic. 1. Raw untouched video master - how the film has been seen on late night TV and PD video's and DVDs for years. 2. A remastered version of the film presented in HD. 3. Rare international widescreen theatrical release print presented 16:9 enhanced. Copyright Status: PUBLIC DOMAIN Published without a valid Copyright Notice. Type of Work: Cancelled Registration Cancelled Registration Number: PA0000046101 PA reg. cancelled. Published pre ’78 without copyright notice. Title: Night of the living dead / an Image Ten production ; produced by Russell W.

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