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  • Franklin Adreon – Cyborg 2087 (1966)

    Franklin Adreon1961-1970Sci-FiUSA

    Earth’s civilization of the future sends a cyborg back to the 1960s to change the future.

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    Garth A7 (Michael Rennie), a cyborg from the future world of 2087, travels back in time to 1966 to prevent Professor Sigmund Marx (Eduard Franz) from revealing his new discovery, an idea that will make mind control possible and create a tyranny in Garth’s time. He is pursued by two “Tracers” (also cyborgs) out to stop him.Read More »

  • Franklin Adreon – Panther Girl of the Kongo (1955)

    1951-1960ActionAdventureFranklin AdreonUSA

    Jean Evans (Phyllis Coates) – who is referred to as Panther Girl by the natives – is a daring wild life photographer working out of the wilds of Western Africa. Her work for the International Foundation quickly becomes of the utmost importance when a brand new species of massive crayfish is discovered! This means that Jean is now tasked with getting some footage to send back – but when it comes to shooting giant crayfish, that’s easier than it sounds. As such, she enlists the aid of her intrepid explorer friend, Larry Sanders (Myron Healey).Read More »

  • Franklin Adreon – No Man’s Woman (1955)

    1951-1960CrimeFilm NoirFranklin AdreonUSA

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    Carolyn Ellenson double-crosses five people who cross her path and is murdered by one of them. After marrying Harlow Grant for his money, she leaves him but carries on her infidelities so cleverly he can not divorce her. When Grant falls in love with Louise Nelson, art-studio employee, Carolyn demands a prohibitive cash settlement and large alimony payments. Then tiring of her art-critic lover, Wayne Vincent, who has jeopardized his own career touting her art-studio business, Carolyn leaves him to pursue Dick Sawyer and break-up his engagement to Betty Allen. All of these five people have motives for murdering Carolyn and the police choose Grant as the logical suspect. But another person comes forward to confess to the killing for personal reasons, but he didn’t do it. The real killer feels secure but must remove the murder-weapon from the studio before the police discover it.Read More »

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