STAGE FRIGHT
1950, Warner Bros., 110 min, UK, Dir: Alfred Hitchcock

Jane Wyman plays a struggling actress who helps to hide fellow student Richard Todd when he's accused of killing his lover's husband. Marlene Dietrich co-stars in this murder mystery set in the world of the theater.


FIRST MEN IN THE MOON
1964, Sony Repertory, 103 min, UK, Dir: Nathan Juran

In director Nathan Juran’s extremely entertaining adaptation of H.G. Wells’ novel, turn-of-the-century British inventor Lionel Jeffries enlists Edward Judd and fiancée Martha Hyer in his scheme to reach the moon. Once the trio hits the lunar landscape, they’re captured by a weird subterranean insect race, and we’re treated to some of Ray Harryhausen’s most enjoyable special effects.


ONE MILLION YEARS B.C.
1966, 20th Century Fox, 100 min, UK, Dir: Don Chaffey

Prehistoric goddesses Raquel Welch and Martine Beswick compete for audience attention with some of Ray Harryhausen’s most realistic stop-motion dinosaurs, in this surprisingly convincing fantasy adventure. With expert cinematography by longtime Harryhausen collaborator Wilkie Cooper (7TH VOYAGE OF SINBAD, JASON AND THE ARGONAUTS, FIRST MEN IN THE MOON).


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