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LOCK UP YOUR DAUGHTERS (1956/New Realm) BW.
Credits: Prod: Sam Katzman.
Cast: Bela Lugosi.
A compilation of clips from some of the films Lugosi made for Monogram studios featuring, among others, scenes from The Ape Man (1943) and The Voodoo Man (1944).
The producers were fortunate enough to hire Lugosi to narrate the film before his untimely death on August 16th. 1956.
THE LONG HAIR OF DEATH (1964) see I Lunghi Capelli Della Morte
THE LONG NIGHT OF TERROR (1963) see La Lunga Notte del Terrore
LOOSE IN LONDON (1953) BW.
LORD OF THE FLIES (1963/Allen-Hogdon Prod./Two Arts) 90mins.
THE LOST CONTINENT (1951/Lippert) 86mins. BW. (Some tinted scenes).
Credits: Dir: Samuel Newfeild; Prod: Sigmund Neufeld; Sc: Richard H. Landau; Sfx: Augie Lohman; Mus: Paul Dunlap. From a story by Carroll Young.
Cast: Cesar Romero, Hugh Beaumont, Sid Melton, John Hoyt, Whit Bissell, Chick Chandler, Hillary Brooke, Acquanetta.
"My calender says twentieth century AD., not one hundred million BC." - Nolan.
Major Joe Nolan, (Romero), leads a group of scientists to the South Seas to search for a missing atomic rocket when their aircraft mysteriously crashlands on an island inhabited by living prehistoric creatures kept alive by the high content of uranium. The men manage to find the rocket, collect the data from it before the underground gases explode and destroy the island.
A cheap and mildly entertaining production with the island plateau scenes tinted green and rocket footage taken from Rocketship X-M (1950).
THE LOST CONTINENT (1968/Hammer Seven Arts)
THE LOST MISSILE (1958/UA.) 70mins. BW.
THE LOST ONE (1951) see Der Verlorene
THE LOST PLANET (1953/Columbia) BW. Serial. 15 episodes.
THE LOST VALLEY (1968) see The Valley of Gwangi
THE LOST VOLCANO (1950/Monogram) BW.
LOST WOMEN (1952) see Mesa of Lost Women
THE LOST WORLD (1960/TCF./Saratoga) 98mins. US.
THE LOST WORLD OF SINBAD (1964) see Daitozoku
LOVE IN COLD BLOOD (1969) see The Ice House
THE LOVE MANIAC (1965) see Blood of Ghastly Horror
LOVE, VAMPIRE STYLE (1970) see Beiss Mich Liebling
LOVERS BEYOND THE TOMB (1965) see L'Amanti d'Oltre Tomba
THE LOVES OF HERCULES (1960) see Amori di Ercole
THE LOVING TOUCH (1970) see Psycho-Killer
LUANA, DAUGHTER OF THE VIRGIN FOREST (1968)
Credits: Dir: Bob Raymond; Sc: Louis Road.
Cast: Mei Chin, Evi Marandi.
Set in a jungle rife with ancient serums and man-eating plants.
CONTRA EL MEDICO ASESINO (1962) BW. Mexico.
LAS LUCHADROS CONTRA EL ROBOT ASESINO (1969) Mexico.
LAS LUCHADROS CONTRA LA MOMIA (1964/Calderon/Azteca/Clasa-Mohme)
LUNATIC (1970/UMC./Hemisphere) 106mins. Sweden/US.
LA LUNGA NOTTE DEL TERRORE (1963/ Vulsinia/ Jolly/ Lax/
Ulysee) 85mins. BW. Italy/France. Originally titled: TERRORE.
I LUNGHI CAPELLI DELLA MORTE (1964/Cinegai) 100mins. BW.
LUST FOR A VAMPIRE (1970/Hammer) 95mins. UK. Distributed: Anglo-EMI.
Aka: TO LOVE A VAMPIRE (US).
Credits: Dir: Jimmy Sangster; Prod: Harry Fine & Mike Style; Sc: Tudor Gates; Ph: David Muir; Ed: Spencer Reeve; Art: Don Mingaye; Mu: George Blackler; Mus: Harry Robinson. From "Carmilla" by Sheridan Le Fanu.
Cast: Ralph Bates, Yutte Stensgaard, Pippa Steele, Mike Raven (Austin Churton Fairman), Michael Johnston, Caryl Little, Luan Peters, Judy Matheson, Barbara Jefford, Michael Brennan, Suzanna Leigh, Christopher Cunningham, Helen Christie, David Healy, Jack Melford, Erik Chitty, Christopher Neame, Harvey Hall.
Beautiful vampire Carmilla Karnstein, (Stensgaard), is risen from her tomb by the evil Count Karnstein, (Raven), and is sent to a school for girls, where she seduces her classmates and wins the love of a school master, (Johnston), gladly recieving sexual attentions from both. As the bodies of her victims mount up, the school is reluctant to do anything for fear of adverse publicity, but the local villagers take matters into their own hands. Eventually the fleeing Carmilla is trapped by flames at castle Karnstein and is destroyed when a beam falls and steaks her through the heart.
Due to the success of The Vampire Lovers, Hammer decided to repeat the lesbian-vampire formula once again, but the cheapnes of this production shows. In several scenes a shot of Christopher Lee's bloodshot eyes from another vampire film is inserted for close ups of Count Karnstein's eyes. However, it is the poor acting that ultimately lets the film down. The set was also used in Scars of Dracula.
Mike Raven's voice was dubbed by another actor.
LUST OF THE VAMPIRE (1957) see I Vampiri
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