Archive for Stella Stevens

Multiplex Mash-Up :: Evil Does Not Die, It Waits to Be Reborn! (June, 1978)

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And now, Boils and Ghouls, I give you William Girdler’s completely demented The Manitou, whose plot of an ancient Indian shaman being reborn from a tumorous growth on the back of Susan Strasberg’s neck — that’s more malignant than benign, and the fruitless efforts of her boyfriend, in the form of Tony Curtis, and a modern medicine man, in the from of Michael Ansara, to stop him until the patient manages to channel the inner-spirits of technology to send the massacring midget-man back to hell in a laser-disco light-show finale for the ages will definitely leave you boggling. For more on Girdler, The Manitou, and the rest of his catalog, I strongly suggest you check out this wonderful tribute site.

The Manitou (1978) Mid-America Pictures :: Simon Productions :: Manitou Productions Ltd. :: AVCO Embassy / EP: Melvin G. Gordy, David Sheldon, Melvin Simon, Herman Weist / P: William Girdler / AP: Jon Cedar, Scott M. Siegler, Gilles de Turenne / D: William Girdler / W: William Girdler, Jon Cedar, Thomas Pope, Graham Masterton (novel) / C: Michel Hugo / E: Bub Asman / M: Lalo Schifrin S: Tony Curtis, Susan Strasberg, Michael Ansara, Stella Stevens, Burgess Meredith

Hell, Upsided Down! Who Will Survive in One of the Greatest Escape Adventures Ever! (January, 1973)

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To me, The Towering Inferno will always be the apex of Irwin Allen’s disaster/photo-box cycle but there’s still a lot of topsy-turvy fun to be had on The S.S. Poseidon, with absolutely no threat of getting the bends. And to give credit where credit is due, if one deserves credit for such a thing (– though some would argue the ‘lay the blame card’), but, Mr. Allen beat Mr. Spielberg to the punch on the whole B-Movie with an A-Movie budget and cast by over two years. And for the record, the super-secret screening alluded to in the later ads was for Franklin Schaffner’s Nicholas and Alexandra.

The Poseidon Adventure (1972) Kent Productions :: 20th Century Fox / EP: Steve Broidy, Sherrill C. Corwin / P: Irwin Allen / AP: Sidney Marshall / D: Ronald Neame / W: Stirling Silliphant, Wendell Mayes / C: Harold E. Stine / E: Harold F. Kress / M: John Williams / S: Gene Hackman, Ernest Borgnine, Shelley Winters, Stella Stevens, Red Buttons, Carol Lynley, Pamela Sue Martin

Not Only His Name but His Business — and His Pleasure! (October, 1972)

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Slaughter (1972) American International / EP: Samuel Z. Arkoff / P: Monroe Sachson / AP: Don Williams / D: Jack Starrett / W: Mark Hanna, Don Williams / C: Rosalío Solano / E: Renn Reynolds / M: Luchi De Jesus / S: Jim Brown, Stella Stevens, Marlene Clark, Rip Torn, Cameron Mitchell