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This article is about the film type. For other uses, see B movie disambiguation. Not to be confused with Bee Movie. B movies Hollywood Golden Age. B movies in the s. B movies exploitation boom and Midnight movie.
B movies since the s. See also Schatz , pp. Taves like this article adopts the usage of "programmer" argued for by author Don Miller in his study B Movies New York: As Taves notes, "the term programmer was used in a variety of different ways by reviewers" of the s p. Some present-day critics employ the Miller—Taves usage; others refer to any B movie from the Golden Age as a "programmer" or "program picture. In its peak year, , Grand National did produce around twenty pictures of its own. Finler lists The Country Girl as , when it made most of its money, but it premiered in December The Seven Year Itch replaces it in this analysis the two films happen to be virtually identical in length.
See also Atomic Films: See also Shapiro , pp. It appears Corman made at least one true B picture—according to Arkoff, Apache Woman , to Corman's displeasure, was handled as a second feature Strawn , p.
Archived from the original on 20 October Hayward, cited in Biskind , p. Finler lists Hello, Dolly! The Owl and the Pussycat , 51 minutes shorter, replaces it in this analysis. For purchase of Ivanna: Di Franco , p. See Reynaud also for Loden's fundraising efforts. West , p. Sapolsky and Molitor , p. Harper , pp. For its influence and debt to Black Christmas: Rockoff , pp. Archived from the original on 30 December Archived from the original on 6 December Dick Tracy literally had been B movie material—the character was featured in four low-budget RKO films in the s.
For how espionage and crimebusting thrillers were long "widely regarded as nothing more than B-movie fodder," see Chapman , pp. For details of the film's distribution, see Lewis , pp. American Cinema and the Partiality of Independent production. Serge, and William D. History, Arts, Identity , ed.
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Archived from the original on January 17, Buy It Now. Maniac R 87 min Drama, Horror, Thriller 6. The micro-budget "quickies" of s fly-by-night Poverty Row production houses may be thought of as Z movies avant la lettre. All temptation, heaving bosoms and torture, The Pit And The Pendulum is pure schlock from start to finish, but that's all part of the fun; Oliver Reed and Gordon regular Jeffrey Combs are among the cast, but Henriksen steals just about every scene as the evil Torquemada. Votes: 2, These " kung fu " films as they were often called, whatever martial art they featured, were popularized in the United States by the Hong Kong—produced movies of Bruce Lee and marketed to the same audience targeted by AIP and New World.
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