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    Trailers from Hell: Dan Ireland on 'Bus Stop,' Starring Marilyn Monroe

    New Year's Potpourri week begins at Trailers from Hell with director Dan Ireland introducing "Bus Stop," featuring Marilyn Monroe in her first screen performance after studying with Lee Strasberg, and directed by Joshua Logan ("Picnic").

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    Trailers From Hell: DeCoteau on Grisly Grindhouse Film 'Mansion of the Doomed'

    Here is Trailers From Hell's David DeCoteau on 1976 film "Mansion of the Doomed"...

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    Trailers from Hell: Joe Dante on Atmospheric B-Picture 'The Day Mars Invaded Earth'

    Drive In Classics! week begins at Trailers from Hell with director and TFH creator Joe Dante introducing "The Day Mars Invaded Earth," shot in gorgeous black-and-white Cinemascope.

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    Trailers from Hell: Alan Spencer on Mel Brooks Classic 'Young Frankenstein'

    Marty Feldman Week! concludes at Trailers from Hell with TV writer Alan Spencer introducing Mel Brooks' laugh riot "Young Frankenstein" (pronounced "Fronk-en-steen," of course!). Feldman plays bug-eyed Transylvanian servant Igor.

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    Trailers from Hell: Alan Spencer on Marty Feldman's Televangelist Satire 'In God We Trust'

    Marty Feldman Week! continues at Trailers from Hell with TV writer Alan Spencer introducing Feldman's "In God We Trust," a satire of televangelists that met with critical derision and terminated his five-year studio contract.

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    Trailers from Hell: Alan Spencer on Pop-Eyed Brit Comic Marty Feldman's 'Last Remake of Beau Geste'

    Marty Feldman Week! begins at Trailers from Hell with TV writer Alan Spencer introducing "The Last Remake of Beau Geste," which was so drastically re-cut by the studio before its release that Feldman rejected a positive New York Times review, writing the critic and telling him he was wrong.

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    Trailers from Hell: Sam Hamm on Hammer's 'Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll'

    Jekyll and Hyde Week concludes at Trailers from Hell with screenwriter Sam Hamm introducing Hammer's "The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll," notorious in its day as "the movie where Jekyll becomes Hyde by turning his back and -- quick! -- pulling his beard off."

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    Trailers from Hell: Sam Hamm on Jean Renoir's Made-for-TV 'Testament of Dr. Cordelier'

    Jekyll and Hyde Week continues at Trailers from Hell with screenwriter Sam Hamm introducing Jean Renoir's "The Testament of Dr. Cordelier," an unauthorized Robert Louis Stevenson adaptation.

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    Trailers from Hell: Sam Hamm on Jerry Lewis-Starrer 'The Nutty Professor'

    Jekyll and Hyde Week begins at Trailers from Hell with screenwriter Sam Hamm introducing 1963's "The Nutty Professor," starring Jerry Lewis as nerd-turned-heartthrob Buddy Love.

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    Trailers from Hell: Brian Trenchard-Smith on 'Game of Death,' Starring Bruce Lee & Heavily Disguised Doubles

    Happy Birthday, Bruce Lee! week concludes at Trailers from Hell with director Brian Trenchard-Smith introducing "Game of Death," released five years after Lee's death in 1973 and containing only 11 minutes of footage from the original production.

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