Drive-in Memories: ” Battle Beneath The Earth [1967]” (+) Selected Short Subjects

Featured Image: Bass Hill Drive-In Cinema, SydneyAustralia. CREDIT: J Bar SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons (This file is licensed under the Creative Commons  Attribution 3.0 Unported license.)

Battle Beneath the Earth. SOURCE Amazoncom

 

 

Image:Battle Beneath the Earth Movie Poster (11 x 17 Inches – 28cm x 44cm) (1968) Style A -(Kerwin Mathews)(Peter Arne)(Viviane Ventura)(Robert Ayres) SOURCE: Amazon.com

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Battle Beneath The Earth

Published on May 12, 2013 

A Chinese general goes berserk and has a system of tunnels dug all the way from China to USA, under the Pacific Ocean! Wherever there is an important military base, he places atomic bombs. US Navy soldiers go underground to repel the invaders.

From youtube uploaded by Sleaze-O-Rama May 27, 2012

Selected Short Subjects

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Crack in the World Trailer

Uploaded on Dec 8, 2009

Dr. Steven Sorenson plans to tap the geothermal energy of the Earth’s interior by means of a thermonuclear device detonated deep within the Earth. Despite dire warnings by fellow scientist Ted Rampian, Dr. Sorenson proceeds with the experiment after secretly learning that he is terminally ill. This experiment causes a crack to form and grow within the Earth’s crust, which threatens to split the Earth in two if it is not stopped in time.

From youtube uploaded by BlackDahlia1947

Black Dahlia Newsreel

Uploaded on Aug 29, 2006

From the silent film era right up until the 1960s, newsreels would play before movies, offering audiences a glimpse of events happening around the world.
Take a trip into the past, with a newsreel that charts the dark history of Los Angeles, from the Chinese Massacre of 1871 to the infamous Black Dahlia murder

From youtube uploaded by Bel99TV

A Look at Future Cars – From the 1950’s – Car Safety Cartoon

Published on May 7, 2013

Your Safety First – A John Sutherland toon from the 1950’s shows news headlines about space travel and tax cuts while Dad contemplates buying a new car on Oct. 5, 2000. With a computerized home, a 4 hour work day, and cars that drive themselves! A comic history view of the auto industry’s “remarkable inventions” making cars better and safer. George O’Hanlon was the actor for this film, before he became George Jetson in The Jetsons

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