Wednesday, 8 February 2017

A TRIPLE BILL OF 60'S CUSHING 'DRAMA DRAMA DRAMA'


THREE SIXTIES CUSHING GOODIES . . . ready to watch. Right Now at our YOUTUBE CHANNEL HERE. . .OR BELOW



THE NAKED EDGE is a 1961 thriller film starring Gary Cooper, Deborah Kerr with a co starring role by Peter Cushing. The movie was a British-American co-production distributed by United Artists, directed by Michael Anderson and produced by George Glass and Walter Seltzer, with Marlon Brando Sr. as executive producer. The screenplay was by Joseph Stefano and Max Ehrlich, the music score by William Alwyn and the cinematography by Erwin Hillier and Tony White. The production design was by Carmen Dillon. The film was shot in London and at Elstree Studios, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, and was Gary Cooper's last film.


CASH ON DEMAND is a firm favorite  with Cushing fans and another from the selection of dramas that Peter Cushing made during the early 60's. It's a great watch, with a fine two-hander performance from Cushing and Morell. Yes, it does have a Christmas angle, but this one can be watched any time of the year. To hi-jack a certain phrase . . . 'A rogue IS'NT just for Christmas!'


'IF A BRITISH FILM opens with a horse-drawn hearse in a Bavarian town and features a few of corpse exhumations, then you won’t be surprised to see Peter Cushing and a couple of Night of the Demon (1957) veterans in the cast list. In fact, you’d be forgiven for assuming The Man Who Finally Died is a hoary old Brit-horror. But actually, it isn’t. Then again, maybe it is; there’s more horror here than our imagination can easily conjure!' : 'The Man Who Finally Died' Starburst Magazine


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