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Title: Olive Films September Releases
Released: 13th September 2014
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Yours, Mine and Ours


BD SRP: $29.95/DVD SRP: $19.95
1.85:1 Aspect Ratio; Color; Mono
 
Olive Films September Releases

Quote: When Navy officer Frank Beardsley meets nurse Helen North (with a little help from mutual friend Darrel Harrison, played by Van Johnson) there’s an undeniable attraction although both are apprehensive about any potential romantic involvement, having recently lost their spouses leaving them responsible for raising ten children and eight children respectively. When they decide to wed, unconventionality turns into hilarity in the wacky Yours, Mine and Ours. Directed by Melville Shavelson ( Houseboat) from a screenplay by Mort Lachman and Shavelson and a story by Bob Carroll Jr. and Madelyn Davis based on the Helen Beardsley book.

 

The Monster of Piedras Blancas


BD SRP: $29.95/DVD SRP: $24.95
1.78:1 Aspect Ratio; B&W; Mono

Olive Films September Releases
 
Quote: The sleepy little lighthouse community of Piedras Blancas has a big problem when bodies begin piling up (thankfully there’s the ice room at Kochek’s Store for meats and groceries) and a scale from a thought-to-be-extinct prehistoric amphibian is found nearby. Could this be the work of … The Monster of Piedras Blancas? For a town photographed in black & white, Piedras Blancas is teeming with colorful characters. There’s Sturges (John Harmon), the lighthouse keeper who makes it a ritual to leave food out near a secluded beach cave for, well, something; Lucy (Jeanne Carmen), Sturges' zaftig daughter, a free thinker who clearly doesn’t pay attention to daddy's warnings about skinny dipping near the cave; Lucy’s boyfriend Fred (Don Sullivan), a young man more than willing to keep an eye on Lucy; and the dedicated man of science Dr. Sam Jorgensen (Les Tremayne) who’s out to solve the mysterious murders. It will become painfully obvious to Sturges (and the unfortunate inhabitants of Piedras Blancas): never miss a feeding! The Monster of Piedras Blancas, directed by Irvin Berwick ( Malibu High).

 

The Horrible Dr. Hitchcock


BD SRP: $29.95/DVD SRP: $24.95
1.78:1 Aspect Ratio; Color; Mono

Olive Films September Releases

Quote: From director Robert Hampton ( Lust Of The Vampire), comes The Horrible Dr. Hichcock ( L’orrible segreto del Dr. Hichcock), the twisted and terrifying tale of Dr. Bernard Hichcock (Robert Flemyng) whose secret desires and perverse passions lead to the death of his wife, Margaret (Teresa Fitzgerald). Remarrying years later, the doctor’s new bride Cynthia (Barbara Steele) is unaware that her husband intends to use her blood to reanimate the corpse of his dearly departed Margaret.
 

Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe


BD SRP: $29.95/DVD SRP: $24.95
1.33:1 Aspect Ratio; B&W; Mono

Olive Films September Releases
 
Quote: Commando Cody, the venerable Sky Marshal of the Universe (Judd Holdren), along with trusted aids Joan Gilbert (Aline Towne) and Ted Richards (William Schallert) and later joined by Dick Preston (Richard Crane), must foil the various schemes of The Ruler (Gregory Gay), an evil alien life form hell-bent on taking over Earth. All twelve pulse-pounding episodes of Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe, directed by Fred C. Brannon ( The Invisible Monster, The Crimson Ghost), Harry Keller ( Tammy and the Doctor), and Franklin Adreon ( Panther Girl of the Kongo) are now available for your home viewing enjoyment in one exciting package.
 

The Captive


BD SRP: $24.95/DVD SRP: $19.95
1.33:1 Aspect Ratio; B&W; Mono

Olive Films September Releases

Quote: Cecil B. DeMille’s thought-to-be-lost 1915 silent film The Captive, is a found treasure. Set during the Balkan Wars, The Captive tells the story of Sonia (Blanche Sweet), a young woman living in Montenegro and left to care for her younger brother Milos (Gerald Ward) and the family farm when older brother Marko (Page Peters) goes off to battle. Unable to handle the day-to-day tasks following her brother’s tragic death, help comes in the form of Mahmud Hassan (House Peters) a captured Turk nobleman now a prisoner of war. Tasked with helping Sonia, their initial frosty relationship soon melts into love. As the war rages on Sonia, Mahmud and Milos will face near-insurmountable obstacles in their quest for a better life amidst the hell of war.
 

Jekyll and Hyde ...Together Again


BD SRP: $29.95/DVD SRP: $24.95
1.78:1 Aspect Ratio; Color; Mono

Olive Films September Releases

Quote: The Robert Louis Stevenson classic is turned on its ear, or in this case its funny bone, in the Jerry Belson (TV’s The Odd Couple) directed Jekyll and Hyde …Together Again. While researching a drug that would make surgeries obsolete, Dr. Daniel Jekyll (Mark Blankfield) inadvertently discovers a substance that unleashes the animal that lives inside every man. Using himself as a guinea pig, Jekyll reverts from his shy, self-effacing, serious self to the hyper-sexual, party-‘till-you-drop alter ego, Mr. Hyde.
 

Mankillers


BD SRP: $24.95/DVD SRP: $19.95
1.33:1 Aspect Ratio; Color; Mono

Olive Films September Releases

Quote: A female homage to The Dirty Dozen, Mankillers features a rag tag group of bottom feeders —murderers, thieves and other assorted miscreants  — who, unless they coalesce into a lean, mean fighting machine to stop a rogue agent and the drug cartel that employs him, have the option of a prison cell or the electric chair. It’s wall-to-wall action and adventure in Mankillers. Directed and written by David A. Prior ( Deadly Prey).

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