The Admiral was a Lady, a film by Roxbury Productions, 1950

The Admiral Was a Lady

The Admiral was a Lady, 1950

A film by Roxbury Productions

“Four slacker G.I.’s — boxer Mike O’Halloran (Steve Brodie), interior decorator Eddie Hoff (Johnny Sands), cab driver Ollie Bonelli (Richard Erdman) and ex-employment counselor Jimmy Stevens (Edmond O’Brien) — return from World War II and avoid jobs in order to stay on the dole. At the unemployment office, they meet the gorgeous WAVE officer Jean Madison (Wanda Hendrix), and all promptly fall in love with her. The men then forget about their friendships as they vie for Jean’s affections.” (IMDB)

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The File On Thelma Jordan, starring Barbara Stanwyck, 1950

The file on Thelma Jordan

The File On Thelma Jordan, 1950

A film by Robert Siodmak

The legendary screen actress Barbara Stanwyck portrays Thelma Jordan, a mysterious woman who starts an affair with a married district attorney. Her dangerous plans could ruin him, but despite her scheme, will she listen to the better angels of her nature and do the right thing? Film Noir. (Browse our Movie Archive)

The Phantom Planet, a film by William Marshall, 1961

The Phantom Planet, a film by William Marshall, 1961

The Phantom Planet, a film by by William Marshall, 1961

A film by William Marshall

“After an invisible asteroid draws an astronaut and his ship to its surface, he is miniaturized by the phantom planet’s exotic atmosphere.” (IMDB)

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Naughty But Mice (Noveltoon), an animated short by Seymour Kneitel, 1947

Naughty But Mice (Noveltoon), an animated short by Seymour Kneitel, 1947

Naughty But Mice (Noveltoon), 1947

An animated short by Seymour Kneitel

“Herman, the city-slicker mouse (looking like a cross between James Cagney and Lee Tracy) visits his barn-mice cousins in the country. There he sees that the barn also has a cat, and Katnip the Kat, is one mean dude who has put most of Herman’s relatives on crutches and in slings, and even dispatched a couple of them to Mice Heaven. It is up to city-wise Herman to outwit the country-wise cat but the country cat has been to a couple of County Fairs himself, and proves to be nearly more than Herman can handle.” (IMDB)

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Lady Frankenstein, 1971

Lady-Frankenstein

Lady Frankenstein, 1971

By Mel Welles & Aureliano Luppi (co-director)

Dr. Frankenstein’s daughter continues the work of her brilliant but tragically flawed father.

“When Dr. Frankenstein is killed by a monster he created, his daughter and his lab assistant Marshall continue his experiments. The two fall in love and attempt to transplant Marshall’s brain in to the muscular body of a retarded servant Stephen, in order to prolong the aging Marshall’s life. Meanwhile, the first monster seeks revenge on the grave robbers who sold the body parts used in its creation to Dr. Frankenstein. Soon it comes after Marshall and the doctor’s daughter.” (IMDB)

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Chicken A La King, an animated short by Dave Fleischer, 1937

Chicken A La King, an animated short by Dave Fleischer, 1937

Chicken A La King, 1937

An animated short by Dave Fleischer

“A rooster sultan is bored by his harems. A duck strongly resembling ‘Mae West’ entices him. Her lover arrives, and they do battle; the lovers leave, and the sultan, humiliated, turns to his harem, who beat him up…” (IMDB)

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Make Mine Freedom, a film by Joseph Barbera, William Hanna, 1948

Make Mine Freedom, a film by Joseph Barbera, WIlliam Hanna, 1948

Make Mine Freedom, 1948

A film by Joseph Barbera, William Hanna

“A snake oil salesman try to sell the American people ‘happiness’, exchange for their freedom, while one man stand up, against him.” (IMDB)

Stars: Billy Bletcher, John Hiestand, Frank Nelson

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