Hitler’s Women, Driven Like Cattle in the Pens of Nazi Passion! Plus The Living Dead! Victims of a Scientist’s Madness! (February, 1944)Posted in 1940-1949, Movie Ads with tags Creature Feature, Exploitation, Felix Basch, Gail Patrick, Gale Storm, John Carradine, Lindsley Parsons, Mad Science, Mantan Moreland, Melodrama, Monogram Pictures, Nancy Kelly, Nazisploitation, Robert Lowery, Steve Sekely, Tala Birell, Veda Ann Borg, William Henry on October 26, 2014 by WB Kelso
Women in Bondage (1943) Monogram Pictures / P: Herman Millakowsky / AP: Jeffrey Bernerd / D: Steve Sekely / W: Houston Branch, Frank Wisbar / C: Mack Stengler / E: Richard C. Currier / M: Edward J. Kay / S: Gail Patrick, Nancy Kelly, William Henry, Tala Birell, Felix Basch
Revenge of the Zombies (1943) Monogram Pictures / P:Lindsley Parsons / D: Steve Sekely / W: Edmond Kelso, Van Norcross / C: Mack Stengler / E: Richard C. Currier / M: Edward J. Kay / S: Robert Lowery, John Carradine, Gale Storm, Veda Ann Borg, Mantan Moreland
For those of you who missed the announcement at the Brewery, once again, some serious health woes have sidelined me indefinitely for the foreseeable future. Both my heart and gallbladder are on the fritz, and since the latter might be causing the former, after a month and a half of chasing referrals and non-diagnosis, it is scheduled to be removed this coming week. Thus and so, Boils and Ghouls, I have a few holiday specific ads that I’d been stockpiling the past few months that I will get posted today. After that, the Morgue will once more go into hibernation until this medical crisis is resolved. Thanks for listening, thanks for viewing, and, as always, stay cool, one and all.
As we celebrate our 1000th post, WOOHOO!, a friendly reminder to all: it’s that time of year again and the September Sabbatical is once more upon us, where I retreat from the World Wide of Web to recharge the mental batteries and spend some quality time in the Meat Space. Thus and so, see you all in thirty + days when the calendar flips over to October, where things are always a little creepy and kooky, mysterious and spooky, and all together ookie at the Old Morgue. Until then, Boils and Ghouls, stay cool!
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Where the Sidewalk Ends (1950) 20th Century Fox / P: Otto Preminger / AP: Frank P. Rosenberg / D: Otto Preminger / W: Ben Hecht, Victor Trivas, Frank P. Rosenberg, Robert E. Kent, William L. Stuart (novel) / C: Joseph LaShelle / E: Louis Loeffler / M: Cyril Mockridge / S: Dana Andrews, Gene Tierney, Karl Malden, Gary Merrill