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Due to technical difficulties beyond our control, we were unable to show the Champagne For Caesar and Baron Of Arizona at our Vincentennial Vincent Price Film Festival last night. We are now showing the 35mm print of Champagne For Caesar Thursday night (May 26th) at 9:15 after the screening of Witchfinder General at Brown Hall on the campus of Washington University. Cinema St. Louis will be showing Baron Of Arizona at the St. Louis International Film Festival in November. Super-8 Vincent Price Movie Madness is still playing at The Way Out Club Thursday night starting at 10pm and there will be a bonus element at that: a 16mm print of Dr. Goldfoot And The Girl Bombs (1966), a film considered by Price scholars to be his worst but one that is actually a campy, kitschy blast from the past. Dr. Goldfoot And The Girl Bombs will begin at 11:30 at The Way Out Club. »
- Tom Stockman
The all-Vincent Price issue of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat is hot off the presses!. The Globe is a monthly paper run by Steve DeBellis, a well know St. Louis historian, and it’s the largest one-man newspaper in the world. The concept of the Globe is that there is an old historic headline, then all the articles in that issue are written as if it’s the year that the headline is from. Steve’s been publishing this paper since 1986 (it was called the St. Louis Inquirer until 1994 when he bought the naming rights to the Globe, which had been a major daily for over 100 years until it folded in 1986).
Steve is and last summer I was introduced to Steve, a huge Vincent Price fan, last summer and we collaborated on an all-Vincent Price issue of the Globe-Democrat to tie into the Vincentennial. This issue deviates from the »
- Tom Stockman
Article by Dana Jung
Dr. Goldfoot And The Bikini Machine (1965) was a wild and funny send-up of beach movies, James Bond spy films, and horror movie cliches. It boasted Frankie Avalon, Dwayne Hickman (TVs Dobie Gillis), and the beautiful Susan Hart as a robot who speaks in a variety of foreign accents. The great Vincent Price also stars as the mad scientist/evil supervillain of the title, a role he would reprise in both a television musical special promoting the film, The Wild Weird World Of Dr. Goldfoot (which also included Hart), and the Italian-made sequel Dr. Goldfoot And The Girl Bombs (1966), directed by giallo and horror meistro Mario Bava. And while Bikini Machine and Wild Weird World have both been released on DVD (but are currently out-of-print), the Girl Bombs sequel still has yet to find a home on DVD.
Dr. Goldfoot And The Girl Bombs is interesting in »
- Movie Geeks
3 items from 2011
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