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Gamera!!

Gamera!!

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Gamera made his first appearance in 1965's Gamera, which was also the only Gamera film to be in black-and-white. This was made primarily, to cash in on the success of Godzilla.The similarities are notable in the gritty black & white style and serious tone. They also had american actors added for U.S. audiences. In 1966, the movie was released inAmerica as Gammera the Invincible. Sadly, this was the only one of the Daiei Gamera films to play in U.S. theaters. Subsequent films, usually directed by Noriaki Yuasa and written by Nisan Takahashi, quickly became a big hit with children of all ages.Wh...
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Mantan Moreland

Mantan Moreland

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Born in Monroe, Louisiana, to Frank, an old-time Dixie band leader, and Marcella, Moreland began acting as a teenager, running away to join a minstrel show in 1910. By the late 1920s, he had made his way through vaudeville, and Broadway. Initially, Moreland appeared in a slew of low-budget "colored cast" movies aimed at African-American audiences, but as his comedic talents shone, he received roles in larger productions.Monogram Pictures signed Moreland to appear opposite Frankie Darro in the studio's popular action pictures. He was given star treatment at Monogram, often receiving top billing...
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Welcome To Blood Island

Welcome To Blood Island

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Blood Island is a wonderful place in Philippines were Mad Doctors, Green Blood, Green Beasts, Man Eating Trees & Panther Men roam free! This series of mostly filipino horror films were shot by Gerardo De Leon,Eddie Romero, & Al Adamson between 1959-1972.Technically, the first appearance of Blood Island was in the film Terror Is a Man a.k.a Blood Creature in 1959 directed by Gerardo De Leon. In the film a shipwrecked WilliamFitzgerald (Richard Derr) finds himself on the stormy island home of Dr. Charles Girard (Francis Lederer). It is eventually revealed that Doc Girard is conducting experiment...
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