Orders Are Orders Orders Are Orders

Movie company wants to shoot a science-fiction film using an Army barracks as location, and its soldiers as actors. Of course, the Commander doesn't like it a bit, and persuades the crew to use a nearby haunted house instead.

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'Bad films': One-and-a-half-star (out of five) film ratings by 'The Motion Picture Guide' (Jay Robert Nash and Stanley Ralph Ross, Cinebooks, Inc.; 1927-1983)

As I've become more enthralled by cinema over the years, I have cherished reading all I possibly could about my…

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British Comedy Films 1930-1969

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The Golden Era of British Comedy, after which the genre descended into a mixture of sex comedies and tv sitcom…

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The lad himself: Tony Hancock on the screen

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Remembered these days for his long-running radio and TV series, Hancock's Half-Hour, and for his early suicide, Tony Hancock (1924-1968)…