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Monday, August 5, 2013

Maniacal Movie Poster Monday #127!








Mata Hari  (Cannon Film Distributors, 1985)




I never saw this softcore spy drama with our erstwhile Emanuelle taking on the role of the WWI spy - but I do know my movie buddy Richard watched it on HBO with his pop - if he happens by this post, maybe he'll comment his memories of it - because I don't remember what he had to say about it!











Valley of the Zombies  (Republic Pictures, 1946)


Another one I never got the chance to see - I'd definitely watch it given the chance!







Malibu Beach  (Crown International Pictures, 1978)



Now this one I DID see - a fondly remembered T+A beach movie I watched on Showtime - two points worth mentioning - the character of Dugan (James Daughton) - a jackwagon driving a sweet van - was also a character in The Van (1977) - making this a semi-sequel to that flick; and of course I have to mention the dog trained to run onto the beach and steal the bikini top from any unsuspecting female - good doggie!






Until next post, you Can Poke Me With A Fork, Cause I Am Outta Here!

10 comments:

  1. You've made it! Congrats! You got a spammer! Way to go!!

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    1. You mean, I HAD a spammer. ;)

      (I would have left it up for the joke - but the link might actually get hit - and I don't want to send any traffic those bastids way.)

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  2. Haven't seen any of them, but they're all pretty cool, especially the one for Malibu Beach.

    Btw, LOL @ the Bikini spam :D

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    1. Well, Malibu Beach IS in the video vault - you know - in case you make it over here and want to watch it...

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  3. Congratulations Craig! I can't image Emanuelle as a spy, but I'm sure she's good at going "undercover."

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  4. Nice random selection. I haven't seen any but would LOVE to see the Zombie flick. I like how the characters in the poster are totally focused on the hood figure. Perhaps the zombies of yesteryear kill with knives rather than just biting people's faces off like they do today. LOL

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    1. Well, it is true that before George Romero, movie zombies were usually lumbering slave labor - who might get commanded to kill but weren't out to eat everyone in sight. According to stuff I've read about that movie the villain in it is more vampire than zombie - but it's still a great title and a very cool poster!

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  5. I don't remember a ding-dang thing about Mata Hari. Well, maybe I remember Sylvia's rack, but I might be thinking of another movie...

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    1. Who's to say - glad you came by in any case!

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