Funny I only remember him from my fave war film of all time "They Were Expendable"! He does some grand, understated acting in that one. John Ford's finest.
One outstanding performance by Robert Montgomery is in 1937's Night Must Fall - where his standard affable-bloke persona is very well used to hide his villainous nature.
Of course, since I was a ten-year-old male in the 1965, I will always consider his greatest contribution to entertainment to have been fathering Elizabeth Montgomery!
Yup. One of my favorites is Skydivers.Or the cops showed up and seized the stolen equipment.
That happened quite frequently to Ed Wood.
Yeah, and you'd think The Attack Of The Crab Monsters would have brought the crowds in....go figure.
I think MST3K covered a few Corman movies, I know they did a few Bert I Gordon ones, the most famous being The Deadly Mantis.
Glad you liked it! MUCH better than the movie.An oldie but a goodie TT.
I've actually just started reading the novel "World War Z" after VintageTink recommended it to me here and I have to say I am thoroughly enjoying it. Quite a subtle parable about "world government" in a worldwide crisis as much as a zombie-fest.
Tonight it was "Ronin" (1998). I've seen it before but I really like it and probably some of the best car chase stuff put to film.
Watched My Man Godfrey on Hulu last night. They've got the colorized version which was "new" for me having only ever seen it in B&W. I like B&W better, but it was nice to see it again.