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Inger Stevens, Rod Steiger, James Mason, Harry Belafonte, Mel Ferrer, Clint Eastwood, Richard Widmark, James Stewart, Robert Mitchum, Orson Welles, Henry Fonda, Don Murray

Cry Terror! (1958) James Mason, Inger Stevens, Rod Steiger & Angie Dickinson

Cry Terror! is a 1958 thriller film/crime story and was written and directed by Oscar-nominated screenwriter Andrew L. Stone.  The cast also featured Neville Brand, Earl Holliman and Angie Dickinson.

The World, The Flesh and The Devil (1959) Harry Belafonte, Inger Stevens, Mel Ferrer

The World, the Flesh and the Devil is a 1959 American science fiction doomsday film written and directed by Ranald MacDougall. The film stars Harry Belafonte, who was then at the peak of his film career.

The film is set in a post-apocalyptic world with very few human survivors. It is based on two sources: the novel The Purple Cloud by M. P. Shiel and the story “End of the World” by Ferdinand Reyher.

House of Cards (1968) George Peppard, Inger Stevens & Orson Welles

House of Cards is a 1968 mystery film directed by John Guillermin, starring George Peppard, Inger Stevens and Orson Welles, and distributed by Universal Pictures. Filmed in France and Italy, it marked the second time that Peppard and Guillermin worked together (they had previously collaborated on the 1966 film The Blue Max).

This film has never been released in North America on VHS or DVD.

House of Cards (1968)

A Time for Killing (1967) Glenn Ford, George Hamilton, Inger Stevens 

A Time for Killing is a 1967 Western Pathécolor Panavision film started by Roger Corman but finished by Phil Karlson, and starring Glenn Ford, George Hamilton, Inger Stevens and Harrison Ford (credited as Harrison J. Ford) in his first (credited) film role.

The film was Glenn Ford’s one hundredth.

5 Card Stud (1968) Dean Martin, Robert Mitchum & Inger Stevens

5 Card Stud is a 1968 Western directed by Henry Hathaway and starring Dean Martin and Robert Mitchum, The script, based on a novel by Ray Gaulden, was written by Marguerite Roberts, who also wrote the screenplay of True Grit for Hathaway the following year.

Madigan (1968) Richard Widmark, Henry Fonda & Inger Stevens

Madigan is a 1968 American dramatic thriller film directed by Don Siegel and starring Richard Widmark and Henry Fonda.

The screenplay—originally titled Friday, Saturday, Sunday—was adapted by two writers who had been blacklisted in the 1950s, Howard Rodman (credited here under the pseudonym Henri Simoun) and Abraham Polonsky. It was based on the 1962 novel The Commissioner by Richard Dougherty, a former New York bureau chief of the Los Angeles Times who had served in the 1950s as a deputy New York City police commissioner for community relations.

Siegel was a genre director known at the time for taut action films like The Lineup (1958) and Hell Is for Heroes (1962). He later directed five films starring Clint Eastwood, including Dirty Harry.

Inger Stevens The Borgia Stick (1967) Don Murray

The Borgia Stick is a 1967 American TV film starring Don Murray and Inger Stevens featuring Fritz Weaver, Barry Nelson, Barnard Hughes, Conrad Bain and Sorrell Booke in supporting roles and directed by David Lowell Rich. Shot in New York City, the film was one of the highest rated events of the 1966-1967 season. The film was the first-ever “made-for-TV” movie. 1hr38min

Some faded colors. QUALITY is good. An old 16mm TV print, literally taped together and digitally transferred & “fixed” yet, not perfect.

Firecreek (1968) James Stewart, Henry Fonda & Inger Stevens 

Firecreek is a 1968 western movie directed by Vincent McEveety and starring James Stewart and Henry Fonda in his second role as an antagonist that year. The film is similar to High Noon in that it features an entire town of cowards refusing to help a peace officer against outlaws. Stewart plays an unlikely hero, forced into action when his conscience will not permit evil to continue.

Offscreen close friends Stewart and Fonda’s first film together had been the musical comedy On Our Merry Way two decades earlier, and they made The Cheyenne Social Club two years after Firecreek. They had also both appeared in How the West Was Won but had no scenes together despite playing best friends.

Hang ‘em High (1968) Clint Eastwood & Inger Stevens 

Hang ‘Em High is a 1968 American Revisionist Western film directed by Ted Post and produced and co-written by Leonard Freeman. It stars Clint Eastwood as Jed Cooper, an innocent man who survives a lynching; Inger Stevens as a widow who helps him; Ed Begley as the leader of the gang that lynched him; and Pat Hingle as the judge who hires Jed as a U.S. Marshal.

Hang ‘Em High was the first production of the Malpaso Company, Eastwood’s production company.

Hingle portrays a fictional judge who mirrors the true-life Judge Isaac Parker, who was labeled the “Hanging Judge”…due to the large number of men he had executed during his service as District Judge.

The film also depicts the dangers of serving as a U.S. Marshal or deputy during that period, as many marshals were killed while serving under Parker. The fictional Fort Grant, base for operations for that District Judge seat, is also a mirror of the factual Fort Smith, Arkansas, where Judge Parker’s court was located.

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