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A show troupe, led by Dan Dixon (Joe E Brown) and traveling in a trailer, is stranded in Paraguay. Dan is all set to be booked in the theatres controlled by Don Luis Garcia until the latter discovers Dan is the man who caused him much trouble in a muddy incident on the highway. Things go from bad to badder when local bandito Sancho Ramirez (Leo Carrillo) falls in love with one of the show girls, Charlita (Steffi Duna). Also stars Beverly Roberts Directed by Frank McDonald. Released in 1938. This was Joe E Brown's final film for David L Loew Productions. Complete print.

This is the original widescreen print, which is significantly sharper than the 4:3 print here at IA. According to IMDB this version also is in the public domain. Anyway, how could you not like a movie with dialog like this: "We balled and we balled and we balled, until he dropped dead." Besides, there are many happy endings, and it gives a whole new meaning to, "What's the buzz?" Directed by Denis Sanders. Released in 1973. (a.k.a. "Graveyard Tramps")

Is part of the Public Domain.

This version has better video quality, smaller download files and the correct aspect ratio. Joe E Brown as the world's worst tractor salesman comes up against Guy Kibbee as the world's most sales-resistant customer. June Travis as Guy Kibbee's daughter tries to help out. Dick Foran and Carol Hughes are interested bystanders. Directed by Raymomd Enright. Released in 1936. Complete print.

A hotshot reporter saves a failing newspaper while personally fighting alcoholism. Directed by Norman Hudson. Released in 1932. Possibly a 2nd-release edit

This is the original widescreen theatrical print which is significantly sharper than the other versions here at IA. All of which have modified formats. Stars Don Sullivan, Fred Graham and Lisa Simone Directed by Ray Kellogg Released in 1959 Filmed in and around Cielo, Texas complete print

With a runtime of 65 minutes this is the most complete version presently available. The other version here at IA is 9 minutes shorter with a 56 minute runtime. Illicit lust, voodoo and a South American werebeast. (Okay, so it's a guy in a gorilla suit.) Stars uber-blonde Barbara Payton and Raymond Burr, supported by Lon Chaney and Tom Conway Directed by Curt Siodmak Released in 1951 a.k.a. "The Face in the Water"

IMPORTANT NOTE: A much sharper and cleaner print in the original theatrical release format is now available here: https://archive.org/details/TheGiantGilaMonsterWidescreenQualityUpgrade Late '50s teen exploitation Texas style. It's all here - a prejudicial adult figure, a misunderstood young hero who sings and builds hot rods, and of course mediocre rock 'n' roll. The Gila Monster (heloderma suspectum) adds local color, and some might think comedy relief. Filmed in and around Cielo, Texas.

This print is much sharper than the existing IA copy. Roland Winters as Charlie Chan uncovers dirty deeds and murder in an Arizona gold mine. Mantan Moreland and Sen Yung are on hand to hold flashlights. Directed by William Beaudine Released in 1948 a.k.a. "Charlie Chan in The Golden Eye" Complete print CAST NOTE: Sen Yung is billed as Victor Sen Young MANTAN MORELAND MOVIES AT IA: https://archive.org/post/1006776/the-mantan-moreland-list-update

This glitch-free print is sharper than the existing IA copy, and with a much smaller download file. A charming Christmas fantasy starring Jimmy Durante, with Terry Moore, Tom Drake and others in support. (The Great Rupert is a squirrel.) Directed by Irving Pichel Released in 1950 a.k.a. "A Christmas Wish" (colorized re-edit) Complete print

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