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Dewey70

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  1. I'm looking for a Sci-Fi film about a "blob" type monster that is secretly being grown in a large storage tank at an oil refinery. It finally outgrows it's "home" and goes on slow, blob-like rampage. B/W from the '50s, maybe early '60s. Thought that it had an X in the title...like "X-538" or something.
  2. Thanks. I checked out your link but, I don't think that's the one. I'll keep looking.
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    Christmas Programs

    You are correct, they were only 15 min. ea. I found them on DVD at Amazon under the title, "Spirit of Christmas; a Philadelphia Tradition".
  4. Looking for a movie that I only saw about the first ten minutes of back in 1978 on HBO. It involved a hospital that apparently was making money with life insurance scams on their patients. I thought that the hospital director was played by Peter Sellers but, there in no movie like that in his bio.
  5. Years ago, late '50s early '60's, in the Philadelphia area (at least) there were two Christmas shows performed with marionettes depicting the birth of Christ and The Night Before Christmas. They were always broadcast together. Each program was about 45 min. Does anyone out there remember these? Could these programs possibly be available on video? Thank you
  6. Years ago, late '50s early '60's, in the Philadelphia area (at least) there were two Christmas shows performed with marionettes depicting the birth of Christ and The Night Before Christmas. They were always broadcast together. Each program was about 45 min. Does anyone out there remember these? Could these programs possibly be available on video? Thank you
  7. Years ago, late '50s early '60's, in the Philadelphia area (at least) there were two Christmas shows performed with marionettes depicting the birth of Christ and The Night Before Christmas. They were always broadcast together. Each program was about 45 min. Does anyone out there remember these? Could these programs possibly be available on video? Thank you
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