Public Domain Movies released in 1972

Edward (Jack Ging) has a slightly nutty sister, Amanda (Edith Atwater). He employs a nurse, Esther (Antoinette Bower), to look after Amanda. Weirdness ensues. This film was made in 1972 and not released until 1978. The film was released without a copyright notice and never registered for copyright. Because of this, it is in the public domain. This file was mastered from a good quality video tape master.

A drifter with fast fists and a gunfighter- pimp with fast guns help a child to claim his inheritance. - IMDB Description

After several locals are viciously murdered, a Louisiana sheriff (David Janssen) starts to suspect he may be dealing with a werewolf.

From IMDB: After several locals are viciously murdered, a Louisiana sheriff starts to suspect he may be dealing with a werewolf.

This is an expanded version of an earlier release, "Teenagers Battle the Thing". The new scenes were added almost 14 years after the film was shot in 1958. This version is in color.

A group of five Confederate mercenaries led by Sergeant Will Hansen (Chuck Connors) must choose sides carefully in a small village where they find themselves trapped in the middle of a rebellion. The group is torn as to whether they should honor the powerful military dictator who forces them to spy for him or help the local village fight for its independence. Follow Sergeant Hansen and his men as they make a decision that could cost them their lives. From Imdb

Starring: Chuck Connors and Cesar Romero

Orumcek (Turkish Spiderman) is a Turkish superhero film from 1972, Orumcek means "spider" in Turkish, and despite the film's unofficial English title, there seems to be almost no connection to the western superhero. Instead, you can expect lots of fights, babes, Turkish music and dancing, motorcycle riding and a folically challenged, lushly mustachioed villain. It was directed by Selahattin Hicdurmaz and stars Cuneyt Arkin, Meral Orhonsay and Suleyman Turan. This film is recommended for lovers of old Turkish movies and fans of psychotronic cult cinema.

Western Information about this movie can be found on it's IMDB page.

Horror Express (1972) Directed by: Eugenio Martín Format: webm/vp8/vorbis Size: 320x240 Aspect ratio: 4:3

Highly informative hour-long documentary about the Corona Project, which gave us America's first photo-reconnaissance (spy) satellites. Produced by the CIA in 1972, it premiered publicly at the "Piercing the Curtain" conference about Corona in May 1995 but has not been widely seen. Digitized and posted by The Memory Hole.

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