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  1. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    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.
    Yeah the lava part and the part where the two dinosaurs were fighting and went over the cliff is what made me remember it.

  2. #52
    RIP Zsa Zsa. Her Queen of Outer Soace, which I bought!! Is a classic. ". Vachino Vachino!!"

  3. #53
    Does anybody remember "Planet of Blood" aka "Queen of Blood"? Astronauts went to Mars and brought a green woman onto their space ship where she started sucking them dry. Of blood; it wasn't that other kind of movie. Eventually they killed her but found out that she laid hundreds of eggs all over the ship. Creepy as ****.

  4. #54
    Yes I remember that movie tho I don't remember the eggs at the end!

  5. #55
    Yah. They didn't destroy them, leading you to think that Queenie Greenie's next generation was going to wind up taking over the Earth.

  6. #56
    Here is another one of the "questionable" movies I saw in High School in 1976..........."Survive"


  7. #57
    Oh yea I remember about this. Ethan Hawke was in a similar one that was pretty well done

  8. #58
    How about]abby]corny as hell,tried to cash in on the success of[the exorcist]from da hood!

  9. #59
    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    How about]abby]corny as hell,tried to cash in on the success of[the exorcist]from da hood!
    Abbey! Yes! Hey do you remember a film about a black guy that had two heads on one body? I can't think of the name of it for anything at the moment.

  10. #60
    The thing with two heads??with-ray milland and rosey grier??[1972]?

  11. #61
    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    The thing with two heads??with-ray milland and rosey grier??[1972]?
    That's the one! Yeah LOL! Remember Dr. Black & Mr. Hyde?

  12. #62
    Since you went there, how about one of the generations most respected actors (William Marshall) making a (bad) name for himself by starring in "Blacula" and "Scream Blacula, Scream"?

  13. #63
    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Oz View Post
    Since you went there, how about one of the generations most respected actors (William Marshall) making a (bad) name for himself by starring in "Blacula" and "Scream Blacula, Scream"?
    I know he was too great of an actor to have been playing those roles,but they were a lot of fun to watch! LOL!!!

  14. #64
    I saw blacula on tv the other night,how about[jd's revenge]with glenn turman.

  15. #65
    Pia Zadora in Santa Claus on Mars or something So bad it's good

  16. #66
    Hey i almost forgot one...trog with the great-joan crawford,what a way the end a great career.

  17. #67
    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Hey i almost forgot one...trog with the great-joan crawford,what a way the end a great career.
    You said it! Not even worthy of a "so-bad-it's-good." On the Blaxploitation tip...BLACKENSTEIN has to be the absolute worst.

  18. #68
    King kong vs.godzilla,haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!

  19. #69
    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Hey i almost forgot one...trog with the great-joan crawford,what a way the end a great career.
    Trog was a good one. "Trilogy of Terror" with Karen Black was even better!


  20. #70
    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    King kong vs.godzilla,haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!
    One of my greatest childhood memories is being allowed to stay up on a sleepover with my cousins to watch "Chiller Theater" when "King Kong vs Godzilla" came on. I've been a Godzilla fan ever since but that one was my favorite.

    Remember that it was on the screen when the kids went to the movies in "Cooley High"?

  21. #71
    I got one for ya:

  22. #72
    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    I saw blacula on tv the other night,how about[jd's revenge]with glenn turman.
    I saw JD's Revenge, but was not a favorite.

  23. #73
    Don't forget "Tales From The Hood". Clarence Williams III next best role (to Lincoln Hayes on "The Mod Squad")

  24. #74
    Trilogy of Terror was great!

  25. #75
    Ah, yes, Tales from the Hood. One of the late, great Rosalind Cash's last film roles as well.

  26. #76
    I think that clarence williams iii had been out of the spotlight for awhile before this camp classic.

  27. #77
    He was my dude when I was in elementary school.
    Captain: "Name!"
    Lincoln: "Hayes!"
    Captain: "First name!"
    Lincoln: "Liiiiinncoln!!"

    There is no way to quantify how valuable "Julia", "Room 222", and "The Mod Squad" were to my self worth as a young boy.

  28. #78
    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Oz View Post
    He was my dude when I was in elementary school.
    Captain: "Name!"
    Lincoln: "Hayes!"
    Captain: "First name!"
    Lincoln: "Liiiiinncoln!!"

    There is no way to quantify how valuable "Julia", "Room 222", and "The Mod Squad" were to my self worth as a young boy.
    Some of those were my Friday shows in 1969-70. Remember "The Courtship of Eddie's Father"?

  29. #79
    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Oz View Post
    He was my dude when I was in elementary school.
    Captain: "Name!"
    Lincoln: "Hayes!"
    Captain: "First name!"
    Lincoln: "Liiiiinncoln!!"

    There is no way to quantify how valuable "Julia", "Room 222", and "The Mod Squad" were to my self worth as a young boy.
    I remember he use to go "Linc Hayes" and we would try to mimic how he said it in school. LOL! I have the box sets for "The Mod Squad" and "Room 222".

  30. #80
    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    Some of those were my Friday shows in 1969-70. Remember "The Courtship of Eddie's Father"?
    "Come on, let me tell you about my best friend..."

    LOL. One of my favorite theme songs.

  31. #81
    How about the great[vincent price]at his campiest in the abominible dr.phibes,haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!

  32. #82
    Hey remember the[flying mantis-1957-peter graves]?

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  34. #84
    Don't forget "The Crawling Eye". It was creepy for me to watch as a kid but hilarious as an adult.

  35. #85
    Or "Fiend Without A Face". Brains crawling around eating other brains. How many bullets does this guy's gun hold, anyway?

  36. #86
    How about this stinker starring a young Bob Evans:

  37. #87
    Hey,what was that one where the vampire was a gunfighter in the old west?? Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!

  38. #88
    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Hey,what was that one where the vampire was a gunfighter in the old west?? Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!
    I think in mine that he's just a general fiend. LOL!

  39. #89
    Dinosaur! Cowboys! Who remembers this one?

  40. #90
    And I saw this in the theater along with Peter Cushing's "Island of the Burning Damned".
    Last edited by Jerry Oz; 01-23-2017 at 02:31 PM.

  41. #91
    Quote Originally Posted by jerry oz View Post
    dinosaur! Cowboys! Who remembers this one?
    oh yeah,with guy madison,wow haven't seen that one in years.

  42. #92
    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Oz View Post
    Dinosaur! Cowboys! Who remembers this one?
    Then about 5 years ago they made "Cowboys and Aliens".

    I liked Dinosaurus....because it had a real dinosaur.....and not the Pips Lizards.

  43. #93
    Quote Originally Posted by sansradio View Post
    How about this stinker starring a young Bob Evans:
    This was a pretty good movie.

  44. #94
    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    This was a pretty good movie.
    You think? Bob was so dreadful in it, though. Thank goodness he found a second career as a producer. LOL!!!

  45. #95
    Quote Originally Posted by sansradio View Post
    You think? Bob was so dreadful in it, though. Thank goodness he found a second career as a producer. LOL!!!
    Yes I think it was good because it kept me interested throughout. I think Bob did a great job playing a psycho. LOL!

  46. #96
    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Hey,what was that one where the vampire was a gunfighter in the old west?? Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!
    I remember the one you are referring to. I believe John Carradine starred in it.

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  47. #97
    Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa...i forgot about that one , marv,but it was another one with the vampire and they tried to make it serious which made it even funnier.

  48. #98
    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa...i forgot about that one , marv,but it was another one with the vampire and they tried to make it serious which made it even funnier.
    It was filmed in black and white right?

  49. #99
    Yep,and the star was a known actor of b movies in the fifties.

  50. #100
    How bout[ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss]with strother martin?

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