Skip to content
Home » John Archer

John Archer

Ten Thousand Bedrooms (1957) starring Dean Martin, Eva Bartok, Anna Maria Alberghetti, Walter Slezak

Ten Thousand Bedrooms

  • by

Ten Thousand Bedrooms (1957) starring Dean Martin, Eva Bartok, Anna Maria Alberghetti, Walter Slezak

Synopsis of Ten Thousand Bedrooms

In Ten Thousand Bedrooms a wealthy hotel man acquires a world-class Italian property with ten thousand bedrooms.  Soon, he falls in love with a young Italian woman. But to marry the lady, he has to get her three older sisters married off.  But which sister is he truly in love with?

Read More »Ten Thousand Bedrooms
King Of The Zombies (1941) starring John Archer, Dick Purcell, Mantan Moreland

King Of The Zombies

  • by

King Of The Zombies (1941) starring John Archer, Dick Purcell, Mantan Moreland

King of the Zombies – three Americans crash their airplane on a strange island. There, a mysterious doctor is clearly up to something. Zombies? Nazis?

Read More »King Of The Zombies
How to Frame a Figg, starring Don Knotts

How to Frame a Figg

  • by

How to Frame a Figg, starring Don Knotts

buy How to Frame a Figg, starring Don Knotts, from Amazon.com How to Frame a Figg is a long-time favorite Don Knotts movie.  Don stars as Hollis Figg, one of the bookkeepers for the small, but corrupt, town of Dalton.  In an attempt to frame someone else for their own shenanigans, the town leaders purchase a second-hand mainframe computer and fire everyone except Figg, who becomes responsible for running the computer, as well as becoming the fall guy for the town’s financial corruption —hence, the title.  As you can likely guess, Don Knotts fights back in his own jittery way, eventually winning the day and the girl.

Read More »How to Frame a Figg
Destination Moon (1950), starring John Archer, Warner Anderson, Tom Powers, Dick Wesson, based on a script by Robert Heinlein

Destination Moon

  • by

Destination Moon (1950), starring John Archer, Warner Anderson, Tom Powers, Dick Wesson, based on a script by Robert Heinlein

buy-from-amazon Although I’d heard of  Destination Moon years ago, I only saw it for the first time last night. It was enjoyable, but with a strange feeling of nostalgia.  Released in 1950, it was an attempt at a look into the future — man’s first landing on the moon.

Read More »Destination Moon