Announcing a dozen more cult favorite and hard-to-find cinematic classics culminated for this truly unique set of drive-in flicks from the incomparable Crown International Pictures!
African Safari (1968 / Color / 98 minutes)
A true story, this is an engrossing, intriguing look at the exciting and sometimes hair-raising adventures of animal collector Ron Shanin, as he travels through Central and East Africa.
STARRING: Ron Shanin NARRATED by Michael Rye
Almost Hollywood (1994 / Color / 100 minutes)
A "slice-of-life" of the movie business, this satire blends drama, comedy, sensuality and suspense as it illustrates the ups and downs of showbiz through the lives of a few "wanna-be" movers and shakers of the Hollywood film industry.
STARRING: India Allen, Charles Rossman
Deathrow Gameshow (1987 / Color / 83 minutes)
The pretentious host of a gameshow, in which the contestants are actual death row inmates, finds his life in danger when a mafia hit-man seeks revenge for the game show death of his "family" member.
STARRING: John McCafferty, Debra Lamb
Indian Paint (1965 / Color / 91 minutes)
A heart-warming story about an Indian boy who raises a wild colt, and in the course oftheir many perilous adventures the boy and the colt become separated from the tribe. Months pass before they return to the home campfires, forcing the boy to learn valuable lessons of survival, love and life.
STARRING: Johnny Crawford, Jay Silverheels
The Kidnapping of the President (1980 / Color / 114 minutes)
Based on the novel by Charles Templeton, a secret service chief (Shatner) leads a game of cat and mouse when a gang of third-world terrorists kidnap the President in this taut, political story about corruption and deceit in the nation's capital.
STARRING: William Shatner, Ava Gardner, Hal Holbrook, Van Johnson
Liar's Moon (1982 / Color / 106 minutes)
Against the wishes of both families, a poor boy and a wealthy banker's daughter elope, only to discover that their immaturity and incompatibility may be the downfall of their relationship.
STARRING: Matt Dillon, Cindy Fisher, Hoyt Axton, Yvonne De Carlo
My Mom's a Werewolf (1989 / Color / 90 minutes)
A lonely housewife is left vulnerable to the amorous advances of a mysterious pet shop owner. His wolfish interests result in a series of hairy misadventures.
STARRING: Susan Blakely, John Saxon, Marcia Wallace
Road to Nashville (1967 / Color / 88 minutes)
The biggest country music jamboree ever filmed, this musical adventure is the story of a Hollywood production company shooting a country music film in Nashville. Though an inept assistant is left to hire the talent, mistakes are survived and a show featuring 60 great stars singing 38 smash hits is produced!
STARRING: Marty Robinson, Johnny Cash, Kitty Wells, Waylon Jennings
Santee (1973 / Color / 93 minutes)
A bold, powerful, yet decidedly off-beat story about a dedicated bounty hunter - half lawman, half desperado - whose main mission in life centers on tracking down outlaws with high prices on their heads.
STARRING: Glenn Ford, Dana Wynter
Secret File: Hollywood (1962 / Color/B&W / 85 minutes)
A former detective accepts a job as a photographer for a scandal magazine Secret File: Hollywood and finds himself in the middle of a blackmail scheme, a suicide investigation and a frantic fight to stave off a murder...his!
STARRING: Robert Clarke, Maralou Gray
The Specialist (1975 / Color / 93 minutes)
A beautiful woman, whose distinct talent is seducing men, is planted on a jury by a wealthy, old-fashioned, influential man to help him intimidate the opposing attorney and beat the prosecution.
STARRING: Adam West
The Young Graduates (1971 / Color / 75 minutes)
Reflecting the humor and problems of the "love generation", this is the story of highschool graduates, who are eager to grow up and experience life, find themselves involved in adventures they'd rather live without.
STARRING: Tom Stewart, Patricia Wymer, Bruno Kirby