Jack H. Harris


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Blob, The (1958) - Beware Of The Blob The title song a landmark on its own, tacked on by Paramount studios which bought and distributed the movie, with delightful graphics and the tune by then-unknown Burt Bacharach and Mack (brother of Hal) David, from The Blob, 1958, starring Steve McQueen and Aneta Corsaut.
Blob, The (1958) - It's A Shooting Star The opening scene, and one does see shooting stars at Lover's Lane, as Steve (McQueen) and Jane (Aneta Corseaut) grow suspicious and the "Old Man" (Olin Howlin) gets in trouble, in The Blob, 1958.
Blob, The (1958) - Before It Gets Any Bigger! Not quite panic yet as Doc Hallen (Steven Chase) figures the old man has some weird parasitic growth spreading up his arm, so he brings in the nurse (Lee Payton) who finds the patient gone, and things get worse, in the independent creature-feature The Blob, 1958.
Blob, The (1958) - Something That Could Wipe Out This Whole Town Steve (McQueen) and Jane (Aneta Corsaut), sent home because the cops believe they made up the story about the killer blob from outer space, sneak out and realize their best bet is get help from their pals at the movies, in the Pennsylvania-made indie The Blob, 1958.
Blob, The (1958) - Do You Want To Die? As the threat oozes from the theater toward the diner, young Danny (Kieth Almoney) makes a bad decision and gets trapped with Steve (Steve McQueen) and Jane (Aneta Corseaut), and desperate measures are taken, in The Blob, 1958.
Bone (1972) - Take These Cars Off My Hands! The provocative opening of provocative writer-director Larry Cohen’s first feature, Andrew Duggan selling cars on TV against an unorthodox background, then finding a rat in the pool, with his wife (Joyce Van Patten) at their Beverly Hills mansion, in Bone, 1972, also starring Yaphet Kotto.
Bone (1972) - If You're Looking For Employment Presumably affluent Beverly Hills couple Bill and Bernadette (Andrew Duggan, Joyce Van Patten) are calling the pool service about a rat when Yaphet Kotto (title character) appears, and they assume he’s an exterminator, and things get tense, in writer-director Larry Cohen’s Bone, 1972.
Bone (1972) - We're Losing Our Shirts Gonzo Beverly Hills car salesman Bill (Andrew Duggan) and wife Bernadette (Joyce Van Patten) are being abused by sort-of home-invader Yaphet Kotto (title character), who’s discovered they’re broke, except for an account he’s been hiding, in Larry Cohen’s suspense comedy Bone, 1972.
Equinox (1970) - Now It's Your Book Funny noises from the cave so the gang (Edward Connell, Frank Boers Jr., Barbara Hewitt and Robin Christopher) enters, meeting an old guy (Norvelle Brooks), in Equinox, 1970, from amateur filmmakers Dennis Muren, Mark Thomas McGee and David Allen.
Equinox (1970) - Pretty Heavy Stuff Investigating the weird book they've been bequeathed, the kids (Edward Connell, Frank Boers Jr., Barbara Hewitt and Robin Christopher) take a look, prompting spectacular effects, in Equinox, 1970, from amateur filmmakers Dennis Muren, Mark Thomas McGee and David Allen.
Equinox (1970) - Face The Red Wall Following the credits, Dave (Edward Connell) horrified and fleeing, then the reporter (Jim Phillips) narrates the state of affairs a year later, in Equinox, 1970, from amateur filmmakers Dennis Muren, Mark Thomas McGee and David Allen.

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