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Friday, March 25, 2011

The Dungeons of Harrow (Pat Boyette 1962) Hyundai Puppet Theatre Presents “Deong Deong Kung Ta Kung”

The Dungeons of Harrow
(1962) Directed by Pat Boyette (seriously, it was directed by Pat Boyette)
"Some say that this is a bottom-of-the-barrel B-movie, but I say it's a great B-movie. You've got your cheap scenery, bad dialogue, bleeding colors, bad continuity, and some great stereotypes. "Plan 9 from Outer Space" eat your heart out! This movie is perfect. It all takes place on a island. A ship is sunk and the survivors land on it only to find that it is occupied by a sadistic mad count. He's locked away his poor deformed mad sister and likes to beat his Moor servant with a whip. Now, it's the survivors' turn. Written and directed by the great comic illustrator, Pat Boyette. Pat Boyette (July 27, 1923– January 14, 2000) was a comic book artist best known for two decades of work for Charlton Comics, where he co-created the character The Peacemaker. He sometimes used the pen names Sam Swell, Bruce Lovelace, and Alexander Barnes.

  Dungeon Of Harrow
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Hyundai Puppet Theatre Presents “Deong Deong Kung Ta Kung”

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