Sign of the Cross


The Sign of the Cross is a 1932 American pre-Code epic film produced and directed by Cecil B. DeMille and released by Paramount Pictures. Based on the original 1895 play by English playwright Wilson Barrett. I found some photos and screenshots and put them in the gallery below.

I Cover the waterfront


There was a photo for the movie I cover the waterfront (1933) with Claudette Colbert and Ben Lyon that made me curious. The photo shows Claudette (as Julie) and Ben (as Joseph) visiting a old torture room in a museum. Ben ties up Claudette and a romantic and somewhat funny kissing scene follows.I managed to…

The Lusting Hours


Presented as an inquiry into the ways of lust, this film is staged as a documentary. (a pseudo-documentary exploitation film about prostitutes, transvestites, homosexuals, and S&M.)It moves from rural prostitution (the roadhouse) to pornographers, then on to streetwalkers, male hustlers, and high-class call girls. The madam runs the bordello, she depends on the photographer to…

1960 Bondage Stag


A very attractive bound girl struggles in various positions. Nice use of very ’60s leopard pillows and wooden pole. This was edited down from a much longer reel but includes all the zoom-in, fade out scene changes. This is a public domain film-loop released on the “Bizarro Sex Loops 20” compilation disc.

The Counterfeit Traitor


The Counterfeit Traitor is a 1962 war film starring William Holden, Hugh Griffith, and Lilli Palmer. Holden plays an American-born Swedish citizen who agrees to spy on the Nazis in World War II. It was based on a nonfiction book of the same name by Alexander Klein. The film was directed by George Seaton. Ingrid…