Carroll Case


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Eye For An Eye, An (1966) -- (Movie Clip) Cut Out That Damn Crying! First scene remarkable for its cruelty, Slim Pickens is Ike Slant, and he darn sure shoots a baby and burns a house around it, escaping with his cohorts before Robert Lansing (who shares top billing with Pickens and Gloria Talbott), as Talion, arrives too late, in the low cost Western An Eye For An Eye, 1966.
Eye For An Eye, An (1966) -- (Movie Clip) Can You Shoot That Thing Straight? Talion (mostly TV star Robert Lansing) has just begun riding after the gang who killed his family, especially a guy named Slant, when he comes upon Patrick Wayne, in one of his first movies without his father John, as gunslinger Benny, with whom he may have a shared interest, in An Eye For An Eye, 1966.
Eye For An Eye, An (1966) -- (Movie Clip) It's Been A Long Ride For-now allied seeking respectively revenge and bounty, Talion (Robert Lansing) and Benny (Patrick Wayne) have waited for the arrival of gang-leader Slant (Slim Pickens), who can’t resist more cruel taunting, leading to a shootout, in the Embassy Pictures Western An Eye For An Eye, 1966.
Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter -- (Movie Clip) The Very Gods Brother and sister Maria and Rudolph Frankenstein (Narda Onyx, Stephen Geray) carry the burden of exposition in their first scene, also the only scene for hapless "Francisco" (Mark Norton), in one of producer Carroll Case's two funky Western-horror features, Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter, 1966.
Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter -- (Movie Clip) I'm Jesse Zealous Maria Frankenstein (Narda Onyx) upbraids brother Rudolph (Stephen Geray) and bemoans her need for new specimens, when Jesse (John Lupton) and burly sidekick Hank (Cal Bolder) are introduced, in Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter, 1966.
Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter -- (Movie Clip) What A Brute! Jesse (John Lupton) and Hank (Cal Bolder), who's just been injured by somebody in the posse, fortuitously seek refuge at the improbable home of Maria (Narda Onyx) and Rudolph (Stephen Geray) Frankenstein in the American West, in, Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter, 1966.
Billy The Kid Vs. Dracula -- (Movie Clip) Looked Like A Wolf Did It Squeaky bat lurks as Betty (Melinda Plowman) snoozes, guest (Virginia Christine) guarding, then exposition with Billy (Chuck Courtney), who has more trouble with treacherous ranch hands (Bing Russell, Lennie Geer), in producer Carroll Case's hybrid programmer Billy The Kid Vs. Dracula, 1966.
Billy The Kid Vs. Dracula -- (Movie Clip) Good Shootin' Billy! Heretofore docile Indians find one of their own killed by the vanished vampire (John Carradine), turn on the remaining stagecoach passengers, whose belongings introduce us to straight shootin' Billy (Chuck Courtney) and won-over Betty (Melinda Plowman), in producer Carroll Case's nutty Billy The Kid Vs. Dracula, 1966.
Billy The Kid Vs. Dracula -- (Movie Clip) Vampires On The Brain Harry Carey Jr. arrives to tell Billy (Chuck Courtney) and others about the stagecoach taken by Indians, John Carradine the vampire having assumed the identity of one of the victims, young Eva (Hannie Landman) knowing better, mostly confusion in Billy The Kid Vs. Dracula, 1966.

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