Drive-In Theater Of The Mind

Disney posters by Tom Whalen

babygotbolhack:

The Sound of Music

babygotbolhack:

The Sound of Music

Rockford Files by Mike Norton

Rockford Files by Mike Norton

browsethestacks:

Vintage Comic - Adventures Into Terror #043

browsethestacks:

Vintage Comic - Adventures Into Terror #043

beachcityblues:

Commission for calamityeggplant! Lilo and Stitch as Magical Girl and Magical Animal Friend. I’m thinking she plays Elvis covers on her ukulele staff and destroys her enemies via pickle jar punishment.

beachcityblues:

Commission for calamityeggplant! Lilo and Stitch as Magical Girl and Magical Animal Friend. I’m thinking she plays Elvis covers on her ukulele staff and destroys her enemies via pickle jar punishment.

thehauntedrocket:

Bob’s Burgers Of The Galaxy

thehauntedrocket:

Bob’s Burgers Of The Galaxy

alfredhitchcocktribute:

Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman on the set of Notorious (1946) Copyright Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 

alfredhitchcocktribute:

Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman on the set of Notorious (1946) Copyright Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 

lifeonmars70s:

Marisa Mell in Perversion Story (1969) directed by Lucio Fulci

francavillarts:

THE SHADOW in "THE HOUSE OF HORROR”Lobby Card art by Francesco Francavilla
Keeping up with the ape theme, here’s one of the Old Time Radio episode of the Shadow (with legendary Orson Welles providing the voice of Cranston/Shadow) featuring a gorilla.
This is definitely one of the best and more enjoyable episodes I have been presenting on my Pulp Sunday blog. We got all the needed ingredients plus some extra spices to make this a classic. A mad scientist, to start, with an accent and a passion for talking in rhymes (scientist and …poet! :D). A crazy plan to turn women in super-soldiers by mixing their brains with the gorillas. Crooks who kill ruthlessly to get the job done. Crazy angry gorilla. An evil fortune teller (Madame Santo) who tricks her female costumers to provide bodies to the mad scientist. Margo and Lamont investigating the case of a disappeared woman. And, of course, The Shadow who saves the day once again and he even gets to shoot this time!I know, it sounds like a crazy recipe but everything works so delightfully. Listen to it and then tell me :)Buon Appetito! FrancescoListen from the Internet Archive

francavillarts:

THE SHADOW in
"THE HOUSE OF HORROR
Lobby Card art by Francesco Francavilla


Keeping up with the ape theme, here’s one of the Old Time Radio episode of the Shadow (with legendary Orson Welles providing the voice of Cranston/Shadow) featuring a gorilla.

This is definitely one of the best and more enjoyable episodes I have been presenting on my Pulp Sunday blog. We got all the needed ingredients plus some extra spices to make this a classic.

A mad scientist, to start, with an accent and a passion for talking in rhymes (scientist and …poet! :D). A crazy plan to turn women in super-soldiers by mixing their brains with the gorillas. Crooks who kill ruthlessly to get the job done. Crazy angry gorilla. An evil fortune teller (Madame Santo) who tricks her female costumers to provide bodies to the mad scientist. Margo and Lamont investigating the case of a disappeared woman. And, of course, The Shadow who saves the day once again and he even gets to shoot this time!

I know, it sounds like a crazy recipe but everything works so delightfully. Listen to it and then tell me :)

Buon Appetito!

Francesco

Listen from the Internet Archive

francavillarts:

THE SHADOW in
"THE CAVERNS OF DEATH
Lobby Card art by Francesco Francavilla

Time for another Old Time Radio episode of the Shadow (with legendary Orson Welles providing the voice of Cranston/Shadow).

While visiting a cave just opened to the public, a few students fall down a pit. A rescue team is sent to find any survivors (or at least to recuperate the students’ bodies) but they find nothing. It seems a case for the Shadow! As matter of fact Lamont and Margot go down the cave to investigate and they discover a series of sinister activities in the lower levels of the caverns.

I have to admit I was fascinated by the description of the villain in this episode: a man who wears a gas mask all the time so no one has ever seen his face. Pretty cool, uh? That was definitely calling to be the main subject of my lobby card.

Enjoy the episode clicking on the link below.

Francesco

Listen from the Internet Archive


“I think that sometimes she doesn’t realize how much I love her and respect her and respect what she is, as a woman and as an actress and what she’s contributed to her profession and her world. And I think that she needs to know that.” - Stephen Bogart
“I think that sometimes she doesn’t realize how much I love her and respect her and respect what she is, as a woman and as an actress and what she’s contributed to her profession and her world. And I think that she needs to know that.” - Stephen Bogart

twentiethcenturykid:

ITEMS SEEN AT THE FLEA MARKET ON RIGEL 7
Vintage Star Trek Toys
Remco Star Trek Inter-Space Communicator
Circa 1967

twentiethcenturykid:

ITEMS SEEN AT THE FLEA MARKET ON RIGEL 7

Vintage Star Trek Toys

Remco Star Trek Inter-Space Communicator

Circa 1967

maudelynn:

Loretta Young in Taxi!, by Elmer Fryer, c.1932 
(so so perfect) 
via monroesmile.blogspot.com

maudelynn:

Loretta Young in Taxi!, by Elmer Fryer, c.1932 

(so so perfect) 

via monroesmile.blogspot.com

Elizabeth Taylor And Richard Burton

Photography by Cecil Beaton

Elizabeth Taylor And Richard Burton

Photography by Cecil Beaton

My Fair Lady

Audrey Hepburn

Photography by Cecil Beaton

My Fair Lady

Audrey Hepburn

Photography by Cecil Beaton