Tag Archives: Columbia Pictures
William Castle Week draws to a close with a look at his films from the sixties and seventies. He still reveled in his ballyhoo and gimmicks, but this late period in his career found him flirting with respectability, including collaborations … Continue reading
Continuing William Castle Week featuring a round of his final films from the fifties. They were the usual mix of westerns and b-epics until he found his ticket to ride with Macabre and House on Haunted Hill and the first … Continue reading
Welcome John McElwee of Greenbriar Picture Shows. John’s site is a treasure trove of unique movie ephemera and we’re happy to announce he’ll be sharing some of the jewels from his collection here at Melville’s place. First up, three vivid … Continue reading
Mark of the Whistler – Columbia – 1944 Directed by William Castle, starring Richard Dix The Fat Man – Columbia – 1951 Directed by William Castle, starring J. Scott Smart It’s a Small World – Columbia – 1950 Directed by … Continue reading
Directed by Rudolph Maté, starring Glenn Ford, Barbara Stanwyck, Edward G. Robinson, Dianne Foster. The Toronto Daily Star, Feb. 4, 1955.