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    Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa...those campy sci fi flicks-terrible but we loved em!!

    I watched[donovan's brain]last night and laughted my butt off, and the thing had good actors in it[lew ayers-nancy davis-gene evans]how about[plan 9 from outer space]or[fire maidens from outer space]with the sexy[za za gabor]i was a teenage werewolf[michael landon]-the thing with two heads[ray milland]yes they were corny and cheaply made,but we loved em on a saturday matinee, innocent fun and nobody had to turn their heads because something [r rated]was gonna happen..of course for the guys if one of the girls got scared of that bad brain in the jar and put her head on our shoulder,we wouldn't mind at all,hehehhehehe!!!

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    Plan 9 from Outer Space was my favorite! LOL!!!!

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    This is the one that used to scare me with one of the first great uses of animatronics in film.

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    And I'm a huge fan of Ray Harryhausen, the man who did special effects in all the old Sinbad movies, Mighty Joe Young, and a bunch of other films. This was one of my favorite Saturday afternoon movies:

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    And this is my favorite Harryhausen film. I watched it again just a couple of weeks ago:

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    But if you're talking about the truly campy movies, leave Harryhausen's name out yo' mouf. Here is campy:

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    And the Crawling Eye. Whose idea were some of these?

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    Hey jerry who cares,we kids loved this stuff,hehe!!

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    This is the one that use to creep me out even in the daytime. LOL


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    Here is another one that is so stupid that it was only scary to kids! LOL!


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    Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa...remember[the fifty foot woman]?and that giant fake hand,they don't make em like that anymore!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa...remember[the fifty foot woman]?and that giant fake hand,they don't make em like that anymore!!!
    I remember the attack of the 50 ft. woman and the Tingler and my other favorite, Village of the Damned! LOL!

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    I'll mention one that actually wasn't too bad..the lost missle[1958] if they had spent some money on special effects that one might have missed this list..storyline and acting were not too shabby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    I remember the attack of the 50 ft. woman and the Tingler and my other favorite, Village of the Damned! LOL!
    Saw all 3 on different occasions at the Park on Broadway near Gay St. Paid 25 cents to get in and watched 2 other movies.

    The Tingler scared my movie buddy.....along with The Green Slime.
    H-Man was another of my faves.

    At the time I loved anything Sci-Fi......didn't have any concept of campy at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa...remember[the fifty foot woman]?and that giant fake hand,they don't make em like that anymore!!!
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    Was that "The Beast With Five Fingers"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robb_k View Post
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    Was that "The Beast With Five Fingers"?
    Nah. I never heard of or saw that one. Here's the trailer for it:

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    Here's the one arr&bee was talking about (complete with giant hand with non-moving digits):

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    Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa....that's the one...where's count gore deval when we need him?

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    What would Saturday afternoons be without this one:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Oz View Post
    Here's the one arr&bee was talking about (complete with giant hand with non-moving digits):
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    Who could forget "Attack of The Fifty Foot Woman" I lived through the premieres of ALL those films.

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    Hey robb,what was the title of the one about the man who after being exposed to radiation grew to be a giant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Hey robb,what was the title of the one about the man who after being exposed to radiation grew to be a giant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Hey robb,what was the title of the one about the man who after being exposed to radiation grew to be a giant?
    Didn't he walk around like in a big diaper?

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    Yep,jerry got it-the colossal beast,i guest he wore that diaper because the plot was so soiled,hehehehe!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Yep,jerry got it-the colossal beast,i guest he wore that diaper because the plot was so soiled,hehehehe!!!
    I think the EPA required him to collect his waste, so easier to deposit it in a diaper than to pick it up. With that said, the new president is going to weaken the EPA and we'll have giant piles of crap everywhere soon. With the biggest pile of crap being the president-elect himself.

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    Love Harryhausen. My all time fave awful sci fi is something about spider island. Models crash land on island with a monster after then. Seeing is believing. And Wasp Woman

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    Haaaaaaaaaaaa,yep who remembers[valley of the dragons]where the two dudes from the civil war wind up on the moon after a dual?

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    LOL. I never saw that one. The YouTube trailer had the same lizards in it that were in "The Lost World".

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    Them lizards worked overtime.

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    Valley of the Gwangi with James Franciscus?

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    How bout[clash of the titans[1981]i felt kinda bad for[laurence olivier]getting stuck in that turkey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Valley of the Gwangi with James Franciscus?
    Another Harryhausen classic. I saw it at the movies and loved it when I was a boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    How bout[clash of the titans[1981]i felt kinda bad for[laurence olivier]getting stuck in that turkey.
    "Release the Kraken!" As much of a turkey as it was, that remains Laurence Olivier's most famous line. The stars of Harryhausen movies was Ray Harryhausen. The people were just excuses for him to shine with his special effects.

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    That one with the giant rabbits? Food of the gods??

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    I saw that downtown at the movies as well. That was Marjoe Gortner's best movie. Hah!

    What about the made for TV giant rabbit movie "Night Of The Lepus"? Bad, bad, bad bad bad.

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    I later bought "I Was A Teenage Frankenstein", "How to Make A Monster" and "The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent" on video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 144man View Post
    I later bought "I Was A Teenage Frankenstein", "How to Make A Monster" and "The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent" on video.
    LOL. Next time, send the money to me and I'll find some dog poop to send you. At least you won't waste electricity to watch it while getting the same artistic value for the buck.

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    TRUE STORY,WHILE WATCHING THE RABBITS FLICK MY BROTHER IN LAW WHO WAS FULL OF THIS WONDERFUL ELIXUR[it's good for giant rabbit movies]THOUGHT THOSE THINGS WERE REAL,I TEASED HIM FOR YEARS ABOUT IT TOO!!

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    What do you mean they're not real?

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    Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaa!!!!!!!!!

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    Lawd, I wish you hadn't told that story. If it was my brother, he'd never live it down. If it was me, he'd be bound by the GP to never let me live it down, either.

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    Those 3 or 4 lizards should have featured in a video for Gladys Knight.

    Release the Kraken is Classic.

    And how can we forget Jason and the Argonauts. That was the equivalent of a Summer Blockbuster way back when. Saw it at least 5 times.

    A lot of these movies were broadcast in Baltimore on a daily movie show at 4. I think it was called twilight movie. Food of the Gods was on nearly every 2 months.

    And going back to the lizards.....they all ended up in the unemployment line..... when Godzilla, King Kong, Mothra, Ghidora hit the scene.....I was done with those gila monsters for good.

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    This is probably the most disgusting movie I've ever seen. I was in High School. That year great movies like the first Star Wars, Saturday Night Fever, etc, etc came out and then this one! It was so disgusting that I remember people walking out of the theater before it was over! LOL!

    Last edited by marv2; 01-04-2017 at 12:47 AM.

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    Here is more that will give you a better idea of just how gross this movie was! LOL!!!!


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    Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa....marv, you think this is bad you shoulda seen[valley of the dragons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa....marv, you think this is bad you shoulda seen[valley of the dragons.
    Yeah but that penis thing she had under her arm made people want to vomit! LOL! I will check out Valley of the Dragons.

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    Oh yeah, I remember seeing this one a couple of times on "The Big Show" that came on Channel 11 in Toledo after school:

    Last edited by marv2; 01-04-2017 at 11:54 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    Yeah but that penis thing she had under her arm made people want to vomit! LOL! I will check out Valley of the Dragons.
    Worse than this:

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    [QUOTE=marv2;365060]Oh yeah, I remember seeing this one a couples on "The Big Show" that came on Channel 11 in Toledo after school:QUOTE]

    I Remember this now......It was CLASSIC....because it had Everything.....including the Lizard Pips.

    I loved the shot of the woman running into the lava.

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    Quote Originally Posted by destruction View Post
    Worse than this:
    That is pretty nasty, but at least she wasn't walking around giving people and animals rabies! LOL!

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