NEVER GIVE A SUCKER AN EVEN BREAK
1941, Universal, 71 min, Dir: Edward F. Cline

W.C. Fields hopes to sell a script to Esoteric Studios. Which includes Fields falling out of an airplane trying to retrieve a bottle and finding himself in the home of Mrs. Hemogloben (Margaret Dumont) and a teenage girl (Gloria Jean) who immediately falls in love with him. Also features Leon Errol and Franklin Pangborn.


TRAIL OF ROBIN HOOD
1950, Paramount, 67 min, USA, Dir: William Witney

J.C. Aldridge (Emory Parnell) is out to corner the Christmas tree market and has bought out all of his competitors except a retired movie star (Jack Holt). Aldridge’s foreman is even more ruthless, sabotaging Holt's operation to sell trees at a higher price. But Holt has Roy Rogers in his corner, fighting to help him get his trees to market. The cast is packed with Western stars including Rex Allen, Allan "Rocky" Lane, Tom Tyler, Monte Hale and, of course, Trigger.


HEAD
1968, Rhino Entertainment, 86 min, USA, Dir: Bob Rafelson

This head-tripping psychedelic delight, written and produced by Jack Nicholson and director Bob Rafelson, stars Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith, Peter Tork and Davy Jones - better known as The Monkees. The film succeeded in demolishing the group’s mythology and in creating its own, fracturing their cheeky TV image (and helping lay the groundwork for MTV) with this insane collage of surreal sketches and visual jokes. Features a mind-blowing gallery of 1960s icons including Annette Funicello, Timothy Carey, Sonny Liston and Frank Zappa, not to mention a bizarre cameo by Victor Mature!


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