Then the spirit of Jack the Ripper seems to be very much alive in 1960s London as a series of brutal slayings by the Monster of London City has Scotland Yard baffled. In a macabre ... See full summary »
This martial arts movie tries to explain the strange death of the international movie star and kung fu master Bruce Lee. Most of the story centers on a former disciple of Lee who launches a... See full summary »
Though "Rainbow Bridge" had some good moments in the film such as Pat Hartley riding on the bus while Dolly Dagger was being played and Pat Hartley walking in the countryside with some guy while Pali Gap was being played. Rainbow Bridge was not really a great film. It was a major mess. A lot of the people who were involved working on "Rainbow Bridge" were and are still embarrassed by it because there were a lot of scenes that are horrible to watch.
Still today, it is promoted as a Jimi Hendrix film. Jimi was not in the whole film. Jimi was only in half of the film.
I don't think that there will be any audio commentaries from Pat Hartley, Chuck Wein, Melinda Merryweather, Barry DePrendergast, Leslie Potts, etc.
Talking about the space brothers, cosmic energy, and everything that was part of the late 1960's and early 1970's era. It just didn't cut it with a lot of people.
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