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Kid Galahad

He sings, he fixes cars, and he takes punches better than De Niro’s Raging Bull. Elvis Presley excels in one of his few ’60s pictures that shows an interest in being a ‘real movie,’ a remake of a boxing saga with entertaining characters and fine direction from noir specialist Phil Karlson. Plus Charles Bronson, Lola Albright and Joan Blackman in standout roles.

Kid Galahad


Twilight Time

1962 / Color / 1:85 widescreen / 95 min. / Street Date August 14, 2017 / Available from the Twilight Time Movies Store 29.95

Starring: Elvis Presley, Gig Young, Lola Albright, Joan Blackman, Charles Bronson, Robert Emhardt, Liam Redmond, Judson Pratt, Ned Glass, George Mitchell, Roy Roberts, Michael Dante, Richard Devon, Jeff Morris, Edward Asner, Frank Gerstle, Seamon Glass, Bert Remsen.

Cinematography: Burnett Guffey

Film Editor: Stuart Gilmore

Original Music: Jeff Alexander

Written by William Fay, Francis Wallace

Produced by David Weisbart

Directed by Phil Karlson

What, a good Elvis Presley picture?
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Boris Karloff: This Is "Thriller"

California-based Image Entertainment reports it has acquired North American rights to the 1960's horror anthology TV series "Thriller" from NBC/Universal, hosted by actor Boris Karloff ("Frankenstein").

Created by Hubbell Robinson for Revue Studios (later purchased by Universal) and produced by Canadian Fletcher Markle, William Frye, and Maxwell Shane, writers for the series included Robert Bloch, adapting his own stories including "The Weird Tailor".

Karloff acted in several of the episodes alongside guest stars including William Shatner ("Star Trek"), Scott Marlowe, Judson Pratt, Leslie Nielsen ("Forbidden Planet"), Mary Tyler Moore, Elizabeth Montgomery ("Bewitched"), Rip Torn, Richard Chamberlain, Cloris Leachman, Robert Vaughn ("The Man From U.N.C.L.E."), John Carradine and Ursula Andress. Other notable performers included Dayton Lummis as 'Clarence' in "The Cheaters" (1960) and Laura Craig in "Mr. George" (1961).

In his book "Danse Macabre", author Stephen King, aside from admitting that his best stories were cribbed from EC horror comics of the 1950's,
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