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The Wasp Woman

The Wasp Woman (1959) starring Susan Cabot, Philip Barry, Michael Mark, Fred Eisley, directed by Roger Corman
The Wasp Woman (1959) starring Susan Cabot, Philip Barry, Michael Mark, Fred Eisley, directed by Roger Corman Synopsis of The Wasp Woman  The Wasp Woman – A cosmetics queen develops a youth formula from jelly taken from queen wasps. She fails to anticipate the typical hoary side- effects.
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X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes

X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes, starring Ray Milland, Don Rickles, Diana Van der Vlis, by Roger Corman
X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes, starring Ray Milland, Don Rickles, Diana Van der Vlis, by Roger Corman Roger Corman’s X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes, is a different science fiction/horror movie, in several ways. It has the well-worn theme of a scientist delving too deeply into things...
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The Pit and the Pendulum

The Pit and the Pendulum (1961) starring Vincent Price, Barbara Steele
The Pit and the Pendulum (1961) starring Vincent Price, Barbara Steele It has been said that Vincent Price often played the role of the tragic monster — and that’s never truer than in  The Pit and the Pendulum. Vincent Price plays Don Nicholas Medina, a man whose wife...
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The Secret Invasion

The Secret Invasion (1964), starring Stewart Granger, Mickey Rooney, Raf Vallone, Henry Silva, Edd Byrnes, directed by Roger Corman Synopsis of The Secret Invasion The Secret Invasion is the story of British Intelligence using criminals to work behind enemy lines in Yugoslavia during World War II.
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Eat my Dust

Ron Howard pops the clutch and tells the world to "Eat My Dust" starring Ron Howard, directed by Roger Corman
Eat My Dust starring and directed by Ron Howard, produced by Roger Corman Editorial review of Eat My Dust courtesy of Amazon.com  Way back in 1976, actor-director Ron Howard made a bargain with shlockmeister producer-director Roger Corman. It went something like this: Corman agreed to produce Howard’s feature directorial...
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