During a time of waning global resources, a crew of young researchers travel into the future to escape an apocalypse before the shutdown of their time transfer project. They find that some ... See full summary »
It is during the great depression in the US, and the land is full of people who are now homeless. Those people, commonly called "hobos", are truly hated by Shack (Borgnine), a sadistical ... See full summary »
A man is strangled by a female prostitute in his home at the same time as a woman is killed by a man with a spanner on an empty bus. In both cases the killer leaves an illustration from the... See full summary »
A drifter comes to town where his brother is sheriff. His brother is actually a robber who broke the real sheriff's leg and left him for dead, and became sheriff in order to hide out. They ... See full summary »
A young man who has lost his memory, escapes from prison with three other convicts. The other men help him find back bits of his past, until they arrive at a village where two warring families recognize him. Apparently he has a reputation for being a fast gun, and he has been paid to kill a man - who says he is his father. His younger brother is jealous of the attention the prodigal son receives,... See full summary »
'Run, run, Joe' appeared under this title as a CINERAMA presentation at the London Casino, London UK, opening, 11 April 1974 and carried an 'A' certificate. I believe it to be the only place that this film was shown in Cinerama. As it was filmed in Todd-AO 35mm, the quality of the film when blown up to Cinerama proportions must have been less than ideal. London Coliseum Cinerama Theatre also showed 'The Black Tulip' in Cinerama, again this was exclusive to the UK. I did not see either of these presentations, neither really appealed to me, but maybe someone else did so and would like to add their comments also. It was sad that Cinerama theaters ended their days by presenting films that were not ideal for the process. Still, you can still see genuine 3-strip Cinerama presentations at the Pictureville Theatere in Bradford, UK.
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