Feature Films

The Adventures of Captain Marvel is a 1941 twelve-chapter film serial directed by John English and William Witney for Republic Pictures and produced by Hiram S. Brown, Jr. The serial was adapted from the popular Captain Marvel comic book character then appearing in Fawcett Comics publications such as Whiz Comics and Captain Marvel Adventures. It starred Tom Tyler in the title role of Captain Marvel and Frank Coghlan Jr. as his alter ego, Billy Batson. Also starring William Benedict, Louise Currie, and Robert Strange.

Episode of the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes series starring Eille Norwood. Special contents of this edition copyright 2010 Shane I Sullivan. Permission to use these items is granted under creative commons licence.

After his mine is stolen a miner becomes obseessed with plotting revenge against the man who stole his mine.

Lon Chaney plays a wheelchair bound master criminal.

Eille Norwood appears as Sherlock Holmes in this episode from the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Series (1921) Special contents of this edition copyright 2010 Shane I Sullivan. Permission to use these items is granted under creative commons licence.

Eille Norwood appears in this 1921 Episode of the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes series. Special contents of this edition copyright 2010 Shane I Sullivan. Permission to use these items is granted under creative commons licence.

When his wife accidently kills a man while fending off his unwanted advances, an inventor takes the blame and is sent to prison for 15 years. When he gets out, he finds that his daughter doesn't know who he is, and that's just the beginning. An early "talkie".

1921 Silent film starring and produced by Hobart Bosworth. This film was directed by Rowland V Lee and tells the story of a bitter sea captain angry with the world because his wife left him. The film also stars Emory Johnson and Bessie Love. Copied from 8mm so it is very grainy and murky.

An entertaining old dark house thriller, complete with hidden passageways, secret panels, bodies turning up, and a killer ape for good measure.

"Voyage to the Planet of the Prehistoric Women" (1968) is the second of two reworkings of "Planeta Bur," a Soviet sci-fi film from 1959. The first was the similarly titled, "Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet" (1962) assembled by director Curtis Harrington for producer Roger Corman.

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