1. TRAILER - The Bedford Incident (1965)

    Cold War film starring Richard Widmark, Martin Balsam, Sidney Poitier, Donald Sutherland, and Wally Cox. Screenplay by James Poe is based on the 1963 book by Mark Rascovich.


  5. Oh, HELLZ yeah…

    Enchanted Island (Warner Brothers, 1958)

    Enchanted Island bears only the faintest traces of its source material, the Herman Melville novel, Typee.

    19th century-whalers Abner Dana Andrews and Tom Don Dubbins jump ship and find refuge on a tropical island inhabited by cannibals.

    When Tom disappears, Abner jumps to the logical conclusion and vows not to end up in the pot himself. Returning to his ship, Abner is drawn back to the island by Fayaway (a miscast Jane Powell), the tribal chief’s daughter, with whom he has fallen in love…  more

    Cannibals. I am SO there.

  6. Moby Dick (Warner Brothers) Polish poster for 1961 re-release

    Orsonem Wellesem. 

    I’m going to be saying that in my head all night. 

    Orsonem Wellesem.

    Orsonem Wellesem…

  7. flashbulbmoment:

    Alice White

    (via mudwerks)

  8. Down to the Sea in Ships (20th Century Fox, 1949)

    Starring Richard Widmark, Lionel Barrymore, and Dean Stockwell - Directed by Henry Hathaway

  9. The Buccaneer (Paramount, 1938) movie poster

    Cecil B. DeMille directs this semi-fictional account of pirate Jean Lafitte’s involvement in the War of 1812.

  10. Reap the Wild Wind (Paramount, 1942). Australian Lobby Cards

    Starring John Wayne, Ray Milland, Paulette Goddard, Raymond Massey, Robert Preston and Susan Hayward. Directed by Cecil B. DeMille.

  11. Mutiny On The Bounty (MGM, 1935) Window Card

    Starring Clark Gable, Charles Laughton, Franchot Tone, Dudley Digges. Directed by Frank Lloyd.

    Gable, Laughton, and Tone were all nominated for Best Actor (the only time that has happened in Academy history), losing to Victor McLaglen in “The Informer.”

  15. "Best Wishes, Richard Chamberlain"

    The Secret of the Purple Reef (20th Century Fox, 1960)

    Main protagonist Mark Christopher (Jeff Richards) and his brother Dean (Richard Chamberlain) become suspicious about the circumstances of their father’s drowning death in the Caribbean.

    There is no reason why the family boat should have gone down in calm seas, none that seems free of foul play at least.

    The brothers take off for the tropical island where the boat had been moored, anxious to find out what really happened.

    Peter Falk as Webber, the villain. +