Psycho a go go 1965. Psychotronic 16: Psycho a Go Go (1965) 2019-02-12

Psycho a go go 1965 Rating: 8,8/10 1019 reviews

Psycho a Go

psycho a go go 1965

. Vanard, to abduct David's wife, Linda, and daughter. This archive is ever growing with new films added every week. There were rockin' clubs and cafes with cool jukeboxes, teen poolside parties with local bands, sometimes it was a seedy bar with a sleazy torch singer, a beatnik coffeehouse, maybe dancing somewhere in outer space, or some weird tribal ceremony on a cool secluded island with giant monsters running around, and you could count on it that a lot of the time there was smoking and drinking going on. At Lake Tahoe friction develops between the ruthless Joe and the conscientious Curtis.

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after the bridge: Psycho A Go Go (1965)

psycho a go go 1965

These days, after getting hassled time and time again, we don't even do soundclips much anymore!! I have read Adamson hated making the films he made and if this is true I wonder why he made so many. Corey pursues the girl and her mother into the snow-covered wilderness to retrieve the missing loot. Corey hides the stolen diamonds in a pickup truck, where a little girl finds them and hides them inside her doll. Here are some good places to start your search for hard to find cult films on the internet :. How can anyone pass up seeing something with a reputation like that? A lot of movies also had quirky, swingin', jazzy or rockin' themes or credits, or maybe just some wild Psychotronic elements! But then again, when you are talking about films like Satan Sadists and Horror of the Blood Monsters the competition is slim.

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PSYCHO A GO

psycho a go go 1965

Well, it does not matter really. There is actually a long and convoluted history surrounding Psycho A Go-Go and I am not sure I have all my facts straight and if I make a scholarly blunders I defer to the authorities in on this filmmaker to set the record straight. Of course some things are outside Hollywood for various reasons. There were a number of musical nightclub scenes in the film, as director Adamson was trying to promote actress Tacey Robbins' singing career at the time. Or he has a cop friend. Friday Night Drive-In with Tabonga! The plot is far form original and there are absolutely no surprises. The last time I saw the third version of this movie, I entertained myself with trying to figure out which revision footage I was watching at any one moment, and this turned out to be surprisingly easy; not only did each revision feature different actors, but there is a marked difference in the film quality for each version.

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PSYCHO A GO

psycho a go go 1965

It was a fun time!! Too bad, because he did a great job on this one! Psycho Joe and punch drunk gang member Curtis intercept Linda and Nancy at the Lake Tahoe bus station and take them off to some cabin in the woods to terrorize them into telling them where the gems are. Here we go again with some more 60's funky cool music from another diamond heist gone sour psycho flick. Back at the Clark house a love triangle has managed to surface between Vito, Vicky and handsome gang member Nick. Which category Adamson fell in seems to be a topic for debate online. Now is was this the final version of the film? In this case he divides not the masses of main stream movie goers from the purveyors of b-movies and fringe indie-films, but divides the very schlock movie crowd itself.


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Psycho a Go

psycho a go go 1965

Ward Tacey Robbins as Linda Clarke Richard Russell Ramos Maria Tallafuss The cast of Deutsche Schlagerfestspiele 1965 - 1965 includes: Ralf Bendix as Singer Blue Diamonds as Singer Cornelia Froboess as Singer Johannes Heesters as Singer Peter Hinnen as Singer Grethe Ingmann as Singer Dorthe Kollo as Singer Renate Leismann as Singer Werner Leismann as Singer Siw Malmkvist as Singer Peggy March as Singer Billy Mo as Singer Wenche Myhre as Herself - Singer The Peanuts as Singers The cast of 1965 World Series - 1965 includes: Walter Alston as Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Manager Earl Battey as Himself - Minnesota Twins Catcher Dave Boswell as Himself - Minnesota Twins Pitcher Willie Crawford as Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Pinch Hitter Willie Davis as Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Center Fielder Don Drysdale as Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Pinch Hitter Don Drysdale as Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Pitcher Ron Fairly… The cast of 1965 Cotton Bowl - 1965 includes: Frank Broyles as Himself - Arkansas Razorbacks Head Coach Jack Buck as Himself - Play-by-Play Announcer Bobby Burnett as himself Ronnie Caveness as Himself - Arkansas Razorbacks Linebacker George Connor as Himself - Color Commentator Bob Devaney as Himself - Nebraska Cornhuskers Head Coach Ken Hatfield as Himself - Arkansas Razorbacks Defensive Back Tom McKnelly as Himself - Arkansas Razorbacks Kicker The cast of 1965 Rose Bowl - 1965 includes: Mel Anthony as Himself - Michigan Wolverines Fullback Paul Brothers as himself Bump Elliott as Himself - Michigan Wolverines Head Coach Doug McDougal as himself Lindsey Nelson as Himself - Play-by-Play Announcer Tommy Prothro as Himself - Oregon St. Anyway, Linda leaves with her go-go bar singing mom Nancy leave for a vacation at Lake Tahoe and dad is left home to be kicked around by Vito and his gang and has no idea what the hell is going on. Anyway, Linda leaves with her go-go bar singing mom Nancy leave for a vacation at Lake Tahoe and dad is left home to be kicked around by Vito and his gang and has no idea what the hell is going on. Srivastava Asit Sen as Gyanprasad Abhimanyu Sharma The cast of Vernost - 1965 includes: Vladimir Aukstikalnis Vitali Chetverikov as Nikitin Georgiy Drozd as Platoon commander Evgeniy Evstigneev as Ivan Terentievich Vasili Krasnov as Strokov Yuri Osherov as Leading singer Lyusyena Ovchinnikova as Second widow Galina Polskikh as Zoya Aleksandr Potapov as Murga Vladimir Shkhrabak Yuri Solovyov as Lieutenant Valentina Telegina as Woman The cast of Sparagmos - 1965 includes: Malaina Anousaki Alekos Artsitas Babis Bakalis Mary Dalmas as Singer Stratos Dionysiou as Singer Tzeny Gouskou Stathis Hatzipavlis Manos Katrakis Marlen Papoulia as Anna Sotiris Roukouniotis Ilias Roumbos Rita Sakellariou as Singer Maria Vassiliou Andreas Zisimatos as Stefanos. The little girl who owns the doll and her mother set off on a trip to a national park with the doll in their car. This is just something that I do for fun that I thought people might enjoy. Sometimes the filmmakers follow their own vision and passion refusing to be stifled by big studio politics.

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13: PSYCHO A GO

psycho a go go 1965

Archived from the original on 2012-04-10. Obviously the condescending mastermind of the operation he is one too happy later when he finds things have gone awry after the female they tied up managed to set off the alarm causing the gang to panic. I am not sure really. Anyway, Linda leaves with her go-go bar singing mom Nancy leave for a vacation at Lake Tahoe and dad is left home to be kicked around by Vito and his gang and has no idea what the hell is going on. I have not seen Blood of Ghastly Horror though I have it somewhere on my 500 gig hard drive which desperately needs backing up and will check it out eventually. Other times they could never really belong inside Hollywood due to their basic lack of filmmaking skill. Now before I continue I should make clear, as I have done before, that I put this film into my bad movies to avoid category.

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after the bridge: Psycho A Go Go (1965)

psycho a go go 1965

The cast of Psycho a Go-Go - 1965 includes: Nadine Arlyn John Armond as Nicky Joey Benson as Lt. So, I cannot compare the two films. Vito sends Joe Corey, a Vietnam veteran whose mind has been deranged by a device implanted in his brain by Dr. Well, it does not matter really. Or he has a cop friend. I have to admit that I fall into this category of masochistic film viewers who wants to not avoid the works of people like Al Adamson but wants to see as many as I can. Release date 1965 Language English Psycho A-Go-Go Working Title: Echo of Terror was a 1965 crime thriller directed by , starring Roy Morton and distributed by Hemisphere Pictures.

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PSYCHO A GO

psycho a go go 1965

Now before I continue I should make clear, as I have done before, that I put this film into my bad movies to avoid category. Hip jazz, girls in shimmering mini skirts, a botched robbery and murder. But then again, when you are talking about films like Satan Sadists and Horror of the Blood Monsters the competition is slim. The story starts off in an almost Tarantinoesque fashion with a group of rough looking jewel thieves on their way to make the perfect score that always hits a snag. Well, it does not matter really.

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13: PSYCHO A GO

psycho a go go 1965

The film was originally a straight action thriller, about a psychotic jewel thief who stalks a young woman and her child into the wilderness to get back some stolen jewels hidden in the child's doll. Corey is killed, and the Clarkes are reunited. The little girl's father, who has recovered from his beating, follows them into the woods with a police detective to try to intercept Joe Corey before he can harm his family. Psycho Joe and punch drunk gang member Curtis intercept Linda and Nancy at the Lake Tahoe bus station and take them off to some cabin in the woods to terrorize them into telling them where the gems are. In this case he divides not the masses of main stream movie goers from the purveyors of b-movies and fringe indie-films, but divides the very schlock movie crowd itself.

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Psycho A

psycho a go go 1965

In the confusion Roy kills one of the gang, Travis, who was wounded by a cop and had who just tossed the case of jewels over the roof and into the back of a pickup truck owned by David Clark Kirk Duncan who I gather is a cop. Extra footage also was added to explain that the original bad guy in Psycho A G-Go Roy Morton was actually some sort of Vietnam War zombie controlled by evil scientist Carradine. Extra footage also was added to explain that the original bad guy in Psycho A G-Go Roy Morton was actually some sort of Vietnam War zombie controlled by evil scientist Carradine. Now is was this the final version of the film? In this case he divides not the masses of main stream movie goers from the purveyors of b-movies and fringe indie-films, but divides the very schlock movie crowd itself. Cast: Roy Morton, Tacey Robbins, Nadine Arlyn, John Armond, Joey Benson, Johnnie Decker, Kirk Duncan Al Adamson is one of those filmmakers who divide the masses. Sometimes the filmmakers follow their own vision and passion refusing to be stifled by big studio politics.


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