A compilation of trailers and footage from 1950s and 1960s low-budget films that are generally considered to be among the worst films ever made.
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A compilation of trailers and footage from 1950s and 1960s low-budget films that are generally considered to be among the worst films ever made.

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Reverse psychology I suppose!
31 August 2003 | by (Houston, Texas) – See all my reviews

What else would cause you to rent or buy a tape that purports to give you short clips from some of the worst films made during the 1950's and 60's. This tape does deliver what it claims starting with a four minute scene from the "Terror of Tiny Town" and ending with a scene from "The Orgy of the Dead" starring Criswell. In between you get such clips as: "Chained for Life" about Siamese-twin sisters (one blonde and the other brunette)who sing in night clubs; "Diane... the Huntress" who runs around in a bikini and shoots everything that moves with a bow and arrow. Don't miss "Eegah" - a prehistoric man who invades rock-and-roll poolside parties. "Lupe Mexican Can-Can is several minutes of a striptease (nothing Mexican or Can-canish about it)representing that type of film that was shown at third-rate movie houses in the 1950's. Also included with the approximately 15 four-minute clips are some theater shorts that were shown to lure people to buy candy in the lobby as well as the cheesiest "Merry Christmas and Happy New Years" greeting, from the theater management, that you would ever want to see. All of this takes up one hour and to make the tape a little longer Rhino Video has added a 20-minute short film: "Hell is a Place Called Hollywood". If you know any young girls who want to be actresses, make sure you have them watch this short before going to Hollywood or they too might be eating cracker's from a box and using the cardboard from the box to line the soles of their shoes.


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