The feature film scheduled for tonight, “The Party” starring Peter Sellers is unavailable at this time. We will continue our search and will feature it at a later date. I’m sure you will not be disappointed with the replacement features, except for the fact that after you watch then, you’ll never go to the Carnival without an underlying alertness again. . . Your Editor Dennis Crenshaw
Drive-in movie theaters are a bygone venue of American entertainment. Most of them literally disappeared in the 1980s. This is a collection of short films designed to be shown in between features and short subjects. Lots of wacky late 50s- early sixties ads, some animated, and PSAs, etc……enjoy!
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Tonight’s cartoon is in honor of the men who have served honorably in the U.S. Navy for the past 243 years. 10/13/1775 – 10/13/2017. HAPPY BIRTHDAY and the THEI family thanks you for your service. . . . Your Editor Dennis Crenshaw
Vintage Adult Cartoon from 1940s Post-WW2 Era – US Navy – SAILOR AND THE SEAGULL
TRAVELING SIDESHOW: SHOCKED AND AMAZED! was produced in 2002/2003, and in honor of the 10th anniversary I’ve posted a better res version online. Based on the sideshow journal ‘James Taylor’s Shocked and Amazed: On & Off the Midway’ and produced for Travel Channel, it was shelved for a while, then aired on the obscure Discovery Times channel. I’m still proud of the effort, and look for a SHOCKED AND AMAZED YouTube Channel in 2013. Stay tuned. And thanks, http://www.jeffkrulik.com
Batman and Robin – Chapter 9: The Wizard Strikes Back!
NEXT WEEKS FEATURE FILM
This Island Earth – 1955 – Official Trailer
NEXT WEEK: This Island Earth + Second Spacey Feature and Selected Short Subjects. SEE YA HERE!
TONIGHT’S SECOND FEATURE FILM
Nightmare Alley – Full Movie – GOOD QUALITY (1947)
Nightmare Alley is a 1947 film noir starring Tyrone Power and Joan Blondell, and directed by Edmund Goulding. The film is based on the 1946 novel of the same name, written by William Lindsay Gresham.Power, wishing to expand beyond the romantic and swashbuckler roles that brought him to fame, bought the rights to the novel so he could star as the unsavory lead, “The Great Stanton”, a scheming carnival barker. The film premiered in the United States on October 9, 1947, then went into wide release on October 28, 1947, later having six more European releases between November 1947 to May 1954. Plot The movie follows the rise and fall of a con man—a story that begins and ends at a seedy traveling carnival.