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It’s an instant library of the hippest movies of the 1960s with the hottest stars of the decade such as William Shatner, Lee Majors, James Brolin, Joan Collins, Dennis Hopper, Jack Nicholson, Sophia Loren, Vincent Price and Claudia Cardinale. Enjoy over 60 hours of fabulous entertainment from the era known as the “cultural decade”. This exciting 50-Movie Collection is a film buff’s dream-come-true, filled with big films and big stars from the magnificent decade known as The Sensational Sixties!
Bloody Pit of Horror Starring Mickey Hargitay, Walter Brandt, Louise Barret (1965) Color Not Rated
At a remote castle, a group of models and a photographer are on location for a photo shoot. What the group doesn’t realize is the castle is not abandoned as they were led to believe as a deranged and muscular madman has taken up residence in the castle. He believes himself to be the reincarnation of an executioner who was assigned to protect the castle against invaders and the photographer and models are his next victims.
Sword of Lancelot Starring Cornel Wilde, Jean Wallace, Brian Aherne (1963) Color Not Rated
This period action classic features Cornel Wilde, who also co-produced and directed this film, as Lancelot, the bravest knight of the Round Table. Jean Wallace, Wilde’s wife, co-stars as Guinevere, wife of King Arthur and the love of Lancelot’s life. Besides the romantic tale of Lancelot and Guinevere, the viewer is treated to an action-packed story of the Knights of the Round Table battling the forces King Leodogran, who is trying to usurp King Arthur from his throne and claim all of his lands for his own.
High School Big Shot (AKA: Date Bait) Starring Gary Clarke, Marla Ryan, Dick Gering (1960) B&W Not Rated
A youth returns home after being away for many months seeking rehabilitation for his drug habit. Though he may appear to be fine, this troubled young man causes problems due to his obsession with a girl who is taking up with another guy. As the youth’s behavior and sobriety spiral out of control, he puts himself and the young lady in terrible danger when he kidnaps her.
The Jackals Starring Vincent Price, Diana Ivarson, Robert Gunner (1967) Color Not Rated
This western set in South Africa stars Vincent Price as Oupa, a grizzled prospector who mines his claim along with his granddaughter. After striking it rich, the two are beset upon by six bandits all with the intent of taking the prospector’s gold. Complications arise when one of the bandits falls in love with the prospector’s granddaughter.
Constantine and the Cross Starring Cornel Wilde, Christine Kaufmann, Belinda Lee (1962) Color Not Rated
Cornel Wilde portrays the Roman emperor Constantine, whose rise to the throne was through many battles and also political maneuverings. The various aspects of Constantine’s rule are depicted here covering his successes and failures, his friends and his enemies. The major point of Constantine’s time as emperor was his allowing the Christians to worship as they pleased without threat of reprisal from the government.
The Wild Ride Starring Jack Nicholson, Georgianna Carter, Robert Bean (1960) B&W Not Rated
A wild youth who spends his time partying all night and racing during the day feels betrayed by his best friend, when the man decides to give up this lifestyle. Looking to either pay him back for his betrayal or lure him back to his side, the youth kidnaps his friend’s girlfriend and takes her on a high-speed chase from the police. Will the man see his girlfriend alive before his friend’s crazed actions causes her death?
When the Girls Take Over Starring Robert Lowery, Marvin Miller, Jackie Coogan (1962) B&W Not Rated
The Caribbean island of Hondo-Rico is in the middle of an attempted coup with a revolutionary leader looking to take over the government. The leader of the coup kidnaps the Prime Minister’s daughter in the hopes of forcing him to surrender. Entering to the fray is a bevy of beautiful women, driving into the jungle on jeeps loaded up with good food and drink, hoping to stop the coup before it can be completed.
Last Glory of Troy (AKA: The Avenger) Starring Steve Reeves, Carla Marlier, Mario Ferrari (1962) Color Not Rated
Aeneas and his fellow Trojan warriors leave their land after the fall of Troy, to find a safe haven for them and the refugees they have sworn to protect. Arriving in the land of the Etruscans, the Trojans seek to have a place of their own. The Trojans are rejected by the Etruscan prince, even though his father, the king, is fine with the agreement. The friction between the Trojans and the Etruscans is further complicated when Aeneas and the Etruscan prince fall in love with the same woman.
The Battle of El Alamein Starring Frederick Stafford, George Hilton, Robert Hossein (1969) Color Rated PG
Fought across the burning deserts of North Africa, the struggle between the British forces and the Axis troops of Germany and Italy is depicted here in this exciting feature. Shot from the Axis point of view, this tale shows Rommel working his strategies against Montgomery in this legendary battle. Both sides must not only fight each other but also must deal with the harsh elements and exhausting conditions.
The Cape Town Affair Starring James Brolin, Claire Trevor, Jacqueline Bisset (1967) Color Not Rated When a thief steals a purse on a South African bus, he ends up with more than he expected. The purse contains secret information that puts the man in the middle of an espionage plot. The thief must try to stay ahead of the agents looking for the missing information and the authorities out to arrest him for his criminal activities.
The Manster Starring Peter Dyneley, Jane Hylton, Satoshi Nakamura (1962) B&W Not Rated
An American reporter traveling in Japan stops to meet and interview a reclusive Japanese scientist at his mountain laboratory. The scientist greets the curious newsman and, after getting to know him, concludes the reporter is the perfect test subject for his latest experiment. After injecting the reporter against his will, the scientist discovers his serum changes the man into a hideous two-headed creature.
The She-Beast Starring Barbara Steele, John Karlsen, Ian Ogilvy (1966) Color Not Rated
In the 18th Century, a terrible witch is punished by the townspeople she terrorized by being drowned in a lake. Two hundred years later, a newlywed couple is driving near the lake when their car crashes into the water. The husband comes to the surface unharmed but his young bride emerges from the water possessed by the spirit of the witch, looking for revenge upon the descendants of the townspeople who had killed her.
Five Minutes to Live (AKA: Door-To-Door Maniac) Starring Johnny Cash, Vic Tayback, Ron Howard (1961) B&W Not Rated
Two would-be bank robbers hatch a plan to extort money from a bank president by holding his wife hostage and demanding money in order to prevent her execution. Things grow complicated for the robbers when the bank president threatens to not pay the money in order to eliminate his wife so he can run off with another woman. With only five minutes allowed for paying the ransom to prevent the killing, the stress builds for the robbers and bank president as the deadline approaches.