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They Came From Beyond Space

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They Came From Beyond Space (1967) starring Robert Hutton, Jennifer Jayne

Synopsis of They Came From Beyond Space

They Came From Beyond Space: Scientists go to a field in England to look at the strange formation from a meteor shower. They are taken over by an alien life force and fall ill with an ailment that causes drops of blood to appear all over their bodies.

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Doctor Dolittle [1967]

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Doctor Dolittle [1967] starring Rex Harrison, Samantha Eggar, Anthony Newley, Richard Attenborough, Peter Bull

Synopsis of Doctor Dolittle

Doctor Dolittle is a charming fantasy excursion. It creates a wonderful world of endless imagination through music, dance and special effects. Rex Harrison stars in the madcap adventures of a 19th Century English doctor.  The doctor walks and talks and squawks with the animals. Based on the charming stories of Hugh Lofting, the good doctor gets himself into all sorts of funny predicaments in this fun family film.  It earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture. It has terrific music, fine acting, lovable creatures and a joyous fantasy tale. Doctor Dolittle is a classic for young and old alike.

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The Mummy’s Shroud

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The Mummy’s Shroud (1967), starring  Andre Morell, John Phillips, David Buck, Elizabeth Sellars

Synopsis of The Mummy’s Shroud

In The Mummy’s Shroud, a small archeological party headed by Sir Basil Walden (Andre Morell) discover the hidden tomb of Kah-to-Bey. Despite a warning from the wild-eyed guardian Hasmid Ali (Roger Delgado) they take Kah-to-Bey to Cairo.  Once there, they place him next to the mummy of Prem his devoted slave and protector. The mystical hieroglyphic shroud that covers Kat-to-Bey’s body is read aloud by Ali and restores Prem to life resulting in an unstoppable murder spree …

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Quatermass and the Pit

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Quatermass and the Pit (1967) aka Five Million Years to Earth (1967) starring James Donald, Andrew Keir, Barbara Shelley

Synopsis of Quatermass and the Pit

While digging an extension in the London underground, workers come across skeletal remains. Construction is halted and paleontologist Dr. Matthew Roney’s team take over. They soon find a metal object that they initially think might be a bomb But it turns out to be an alien spacecraft of some kind. Roney’s assistant Barbara Judd and Professor Bernard Quatermass (Andrew Keir), a rocket specialist who does experimental work for the Ministry of Defence, discover that much of the housing around the site was abandoned by its inhabitants 40 years ago because of strange noises and what was believed to be ghosts. Inside the spacecraft, they find the remnants of insect-like creatures, all now dead. In disturbing the craft, however, they release an invisible force of immense power. …Quatermass and the Pit

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Fathom (1967), starring Raquel Welch, Anthony Franciosa

Fathom is supposed to be a parody of the spy genre.  However, it isn’t.  It’s simply an excuse for the shapely Raquel Welch to change from a red swimsuit to a skydiving suit to a lime bikini, skin-tight outfit with cleavage window, to another swimsuit.

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King Kong Escapes

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King Kong Escapes (1967) starring Mie Hama, Rhodes Reason, Linda Miller, Hideyo Amamoto

King Kong Escapes is, in fact, one of the cheesiest monster movies of all time — with special effects by Rankin-Bass. No, seriously. It’s enjoyable, cheesy fluff that doesn’t take itself very seriously, which is a good thing. The plot is convoluted, but here goes:

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Yongary, monster from the deep

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Yongary, Monster From the Deep (1967) aka Taekoesu Yonggary

 It should be said up front that  Yongary, Monster From the Deep is an imitation of Godzilla. A funny, delightful, cheesy imitation, but still an imitation. The basic plot is very familiar. It has a prehistoric monster awakened, causing massive damage to cardboard cities. It fights toy tanks and helicopters …. And only a brilliant young scientist can devise a way to stop the monster.

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Divorce American Style

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Divorce American Style (1967), starring Dick Van Dyke, Debbie Reynolds, Jason Robards

Synopsis for Divorce American Style

 After 17 years, things have got too predictable and stale. They argue, they visit a marriage counselor, Richard (drunk) visits a prostitute. They split up. After meeting other people, they are re-united at a night club where they realize that their marriage was better than their divorce.

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Caprice (1967) starring Doris Day, Richard Harris, Ray Walston, directed by Frank Tashlin

Synopsis of Caprice

 In Caprice, Doris Day plays Patricia Fowler, a spy hired to work undercover at a cosmetics company to discover a new formula that the firm is planning to market. But it soon transpires makeup is not the only product they’re selling.  The company is involved in an international drug-smuggling ring and Patricia finds herself doing battle with ruthless agents. Joining forces with fellow spy Christopher White the pair take on evil genius Stuart Clancy.

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