Category: 1950s

The immortal Bob Burns as “Ro-Man.” 

Guy Williams as Disney’s Zorro. 

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The one thing people remember about “Zarak” (1956) is that Anita Ekberg bellydanced in it. The director was Terrence Young and it was produced by Albert Broccoli. A few years later, that team would create the James Bond movies, which are, weirdly, still a family business in their hands.

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From the EC Comic, “Psychoanalysis.”

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When people think of small-town America in the 1950s, certain in…

“It Came from Beneath the Sea” (1955). The special effects still look pretty good on this one. Although the “octopus” had six arms to make things easier on the animators, making it a “hexapus.” 

Robert Fuqua.