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Re: Films made under the nazi regime (reply)
TheGinsengKing wrote:Out of those German genre films listed above, did any of them get a US (or  other country) release? Any make it to home video releases anywhere?  Or, are they considered  'lost'?Portions of Gold made it as stock...
Golden Age Horror

oldposterho

02/07/14 7:01 PM
Re: Ingagi (1930) Soundtrack (reply)
It was a labor of love. I've wanted to see this film so badly for so many years I figured there might be one or two others out there who might appreciate it. --Peter
Poverty Row

oldposterho

02/02/14 12:14 AM
Ingagi (1930) Soundtrack (topic)
Just wanted to let folks know I've finally uploaded all of the Ingagi Vitaphone soundtrack discs to teh YouTube.  While we still can't see it, these do give a pretty good idea what it was like.  Sadly, I didn't get the all important Reel...
Poverty Row

oldposterho

02/01/14 2:59 PM
Re: INGAGI (1930)...original movie scans (reply)
Well, as this seems to be the de facto Ingagi archive for the internets I guess this is the right place.  I recently acquired 7 of the 8 Vitaphone disks for Ingagi (unfortunately missing the critical reel 8 ) and am working on a YouTube...
Kong - 8th Wonder of the World

oldposterho

12/26/13 5:20 PM
Re: SPOOKS RUN WILD question (reply)
skelton knaggs wrote:I love how Angelo Rossitto is choking Huntz Hall!Living the dream...
Poverty Row

oldposterho

11/09/13 11:06 PM
Re: ONE MILLION BC (1940) (reply)
The Giant Pacific Octopus wrote:^ Do you know if the film was renamed for those reissues?Nope, these were all with the original "One Million B.C." title.  UA was no longer the distributor though.--Peter
Golden Age Horror

oldposterho

07/18/11 6:01 PM
Re: ONE MILLION BC (1940) (reply)
There were formal re-releases ca. '46 and '52, although if the newspaper ads are to be believed, it was in almost continuous release somewhere throughout the war years and beyond. UA seemed to have unloaded it fairly quickly, for...
Golden Age Horror

oldposterho

07/15/11 4:45 PM
Re: REEFER MADNESS questions  (reply)
That's a very interesting article, doctor, and certainly does make it a real possibility that "Sex Slaves" is another retitling of "RM," although there is the possibility that when/if they were just cribbing the ad art from the pressbook...
Poverty Row

oldposterho

04/25/11 10:11 PM
Re: REEFER MADNESS questions  (reply)
OK, this is starting to get ridiculous! There is a case to be made that "Sex Slaves" might be an alternate title, but I wouldn't say it's certain. Definitely intriguing though. Dr. K, did you notice a pattern of where the "Sex Slaves"...
Poverty Row

oldposterho

04/24/11 7:59 PM
Re: REEFER MADNESS questions  (reply)
My other favorite subject!  I've done a lot of research on this film and I concur, that once again, IMDb is completely effed in the head.  I also believe the film was produced in '38 at the earliest, as producer George Hirliman...
Poverty Row

oldposterho

04/06/11 11:51 PM
Re: The Cinema of Dwain Esper (reply)
I am not sure where the claim that Esper directed this film first originated but it seems to have happned only within the last decade but there is plenty of evidence to cast doubt upon it.I suspect it might be more tail...
Poverty Row

oldposterho

01/15/11 10:06 PM
Re: The Cinema of Dwain Esper (reply)
MYST0 wrote: I am going through some of my old beta tapes and found something called THE NAKED COMPLEX. There is a funny entry on the IMDb about this film. I was wondering if there is any artwork on it.   There is, but...
Poverty Row

oldposterho

09/24/10 9:25 PM
Re: The Cinema of Dwain Esper (reply)
It just struck me, but on the first "Narcotic" ad, the man injecting the woman is almost the exact same pose that's on the "Marihuana, Weed With etc." poster art. Sometimes I'm a little thick... --Peter
Poverty Row

oldposterho

07/23/10 3:37 AM
Re: The Cinema of Dwain Esper (reply)
Dr. S, I found this one from Miami in June of '34.  It also looks like "Sins of Love" played on the west coast earlier that year, March/April-ish: Also wanted to mention, and I'm not sure if you've seen it, the lawsuit against...
Poverty Row

oldposterho

07/22/10 12:09 AM
Re: CURSE OF THE UBANGI (1946 Dwain Esper)  (reply)
Truly an awesome post. It's going to take me a while to fully digest it all. Sincerest thanks for putting so much work into this. --Peter
Poverty Row

oldposterho

01/18/10 4:55 PM
Re: The Cinema of Dwain Esper (reply)
Thanks for the outstanding links to "How to Undress..." Classic Dwain! I stupidly don't have this anymore, but thought you folks might enjoy this one: Nice to know there are other Esper freaks out there! --Peter
Poverty Row

oldposterho

01/05/10 3:20 AM
Re: The Cinema of Dwain Esper (reply)
Dr. Kiss, you are a fountain of knowledge, many thanks for the "Inyaah" tip. It's funny but I've been looking for anything on this in it's original title for years (I also collect early ethnographic movies) and...
Poverty Row

oldposterho

12/03/09 11:57 PM
Re: The Cinema of Dwain Esper (reply)
Exactly, and I think it's a testament to the changed times and quality of Grant's upbringing that it could possibly be viewed as "enlightened." Although, I must admit, you're right, it is a far cry from the usual...
Poverty Row

oldposterho

12/02/09 7:53 PM
Re: The Cinema of Dwain Esper (reply)
Well, in that case - enjoy! Here's the original release for "Marihuana": A bit of a dead card, but it's the only one I've ever seen from the original release of "Narcotic": The syphlitic...
Poverty Row

oldposterho

12/02/09 12:08 AM
Re: The Cinema of Dwain Esper (reply)
Actually, Dwain didn't direct "Reefer Madness," although he did claim ownership at one point. His contribution was "Marihuana, Weed With Roots in Heck," which is slightly more delirious than "Reefer...
Poverty Row

oldposterho

12/01/09 5:30 AM