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    Trailers From Hell on 'Ride Lonesome'

    James Coburn made his 1959 film debut as a naive gunslinger in one the finest of Budd Boetticher’s laconic series of sparsely stylish low-budget Randolph Scott Westerns, shot mostly in and around Lone Pine, California.

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    Trailers From Hell on '7 Men From Now'

    From 1956, this first in a series of unique Randolph Scott/Budd Boetticher collaborations defines the phrase “adult western” which was primarily used to describe TV shows of the late 50s.

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    Trailers From Hell Stops at 'Comanche Station'

    From 1960, the last of seven collaborations between director Budd Boetticher and star Randolph Scott is one of their best.

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    Trailers From Hell on Vincent Price Classic 'The Tingler'

    William Castle’s craziest and most famous ballyhoo extravaganza unfolded in 1959 in “PERCEPTO – Newest and most startling gimmick on the screen!”

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    Trailers from Hell on 'The Conqueror Worm' with Vincent Price

    Although it stirred little notice on its US release in 1968, the late Michael Reeves’ final film (of three and a half) has attained deservedly classic status as one of the darkest, most bleak historical treatments of human ignorance and misery on film.

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    Trailers From Hell on 'The Abominable Dr. Phibes,' Starring Vincent Price

    Director Robert Fuest’s grisly black comedy is a sumptuously produced bit of pulp hokum as well as a gruesomely satiric salute to the career of its star, Vincent Price.

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    Trailers From Hell Chases 'After The Fox'

    Neil Simon, a first-time screenwriter with three hits running on Broadway, wanted Marcello Mastroianni to play the lead in this 1966 movie-biz caper comedy, but got Peter Sellers instead, who had always wanted to work with Vittorio De Sica.

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    Trailers from Hell Goes to 'The Party'

    Blake Edwards and Peter Sellers approach silent-movie purity in this non-stop, quintessentially ’60s gagfest set at the kind of Hollywood party that Fatty Arbuckle wishes he’d lived to see.

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    Trailers from Hell on 'Being There'

    The brilliant chameleon Peter Sellers turns in his greatest (and penultimate) performance in this low-key satire about politics and the cult of personality.

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    Trailers From Hell: Bela Lugosi in 'Scared to Death'

    The sinister presence of Bela Lugosi at his skulkiest (though he’s hardly in this trailer) adds the only layer of distinction to this disjointed poverty row “mystery” which at times seems like an unfinished feature stitched together in editing. Still has some delirious moments for die-hard fans.

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