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PULP TV You Don’t Need More Juice – You Need More PULP!

Programming – Dayparts PULP TV – TV Adventure # The Adventures of Sir Lancelot - 30 episodes # The Buccaneers - 28 episodes # Captain Gallant of the Foreign Legion - 12 episodes # Captain Z-RO - 24 episodes # Dangerous Assignment - 39 episodes # Flash Gordon - 14 episodes # Passport to Danger - 10 episodes # Ramar of the Jungle - 24 episodes # Rocky Jones, Space Ranger - 6 features # Sergeant Preston of the Yukon - 12 episodes # Sheena, Queen of the Jungle - 16 episodes # Space Patrol - 24 episodes # Terry and the Pirates - 16 episodes

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PULP TV - High Adventure! Beneath the 12 Mile Reef (1953) 101m Color. Robert Wagner sponge dives. Octopus attacks! Bird of Paradise (1932) 80m. Joel McCrea, Dolores del Rio. A sailor falls for a beautiful island girl who may become a sacrifice to an erupting volcano. The Black Pirate (1926, silent film with music track) Color, 75m. Douglas Fairbanks Sr., Billie Dove. Call of the Yukon (1938) 70m. Richard Arlen. A fur trader guides a writer and her animals to safety in the Yukon Territory when wolves are about to attack. Captain Calamity (1936) Color, 65m. George Houston. South Seas skipper pretends to discover a fortune but crooked seamen try to bump him off and get the non-existent treasure for themselves. Bonus feature: Sinful Cargo 1936 53m. Conrad Nagel pursues smuggling ring bringing in Orientals. Captain Kidd (1945) 89m. Randolph Scott vs. blackguard brigand Charles Laughton. Captain Scarlett (1953) Color, 78m. Richard Greene protects citizens from the tyrannical Royalists and saves a damsel in distress. The Magic Sword (1960) Color, 80m. Evil Basil Rathbone vs. St. George who must slay that dragon. The Most Dangerous Game (1932) 70m. Mad hunter stalks Fay Wray and Joel McCrea. Outpost in Morocco (1949) 91m. George Raft in the French Foreign Legion. Capt. Gerard, greatest lover in the Foreign Legion, is assigned to escort an emir's daughter to her father's mountain citadel, but rebellion brews! Son of Monte Cristo (1940) 92m. Louis Hayward, Joan Bennett, George Sanders. Count of Monte Cristo falls for besieged Zona and masquerades as a foppish banker and a masked freedom fighter to aid her. PULP TV - Jungle Adventures! Tarzan's Revenge (1938) 70m. Glenn Morris as the ape-man. Tarzan the Fearless (1933) 85m. Buster Crabbe in the feature version of a 12-chapter serial that no longer survives!

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Tarzan and the Trappers (1958) 70m. Gordon Scott. Tarzan deals with the villainous Schroeder, who is illegally collecting animals for zoos, only to be menaced by Schroeder's hunter brother Sikes. New Adventures of Tarzan (1935) 75m. Bruce Bennett as the ape-man helps secure secret of the Green Goddess statue deep in jungles of Guatemala. Feature version of the 12-chapter serial. Blonde Savage (1947) 62m. An expedition into the deep jungle discovers a native tribe led by a tall white blonde woman. Bonus feature: Law of the Jungle (1942) 61m. Mantan Moreland. Nazis hunt down archaeologist & company in the jungle. East of Borneo (1931) 77m. Charles Bickford, Rose Hobart. An excellent jungle thriller about a woman who searches the wild Borneo jungles for her missing husband. Plenty of thrills and crocodiles! The Jungle Book (1942) Color, 109m. Sabu stars in Kipling's classic tale. Jungle Bride (1933) 63m. Charles Starrett, Anita Page. Persons shipwrecked on the coast of Africa face many jungle perils. A nice Monogram effort. Bonus feature: Tentacles of the North (1926, silent) 54m. Two ships are trapped in the Arctic ice. Jungle Cavalcade (1941) 76m. Frank Buck documentary clips of his many animal trapping safaris. Kong Island (1968) Color, 85m. Scientists land on Kong Island to implant devices in the brains of the gorilla population. Nabonga (1944) 75m. Buster Crabbe. To clear his father's name, a young man travels deep into Africa to confront a beautiful White Witch - who is guarded by a giant gorilla. Perils of the Jungle 63m. Clyde Beatty, Phyllis Coates. An animal trainer goes to the Congo to catch lions where he finds a lady lion catcher who needs his help to catch a gorilla. Bonus feature: Desperate Cargo (1941) 62m. Ralph Byrd. Two show girls are trapped on a cruise ship while hoods try to steal the ship's cargo. Sabaka (1954) Color, 77m. Boris Karloff. In India, a young elephant trainer vows revenge against the cult that killed his family and sets out alone to battle his enemy. Slave of the Cannibal God (1978, Italy) Color, 86m. Ursula Andress. A girl and her brother fly to New Guinea to look for a lost expedition, led by her husband, which has vanished in the great jungle. White Gorilla (1947) 62m. Ray Corrigan. Wacky jungle thriller with two gorillas and stock footage from a silent jungle serial. Bonus feature: Queen of the Amazons (1947) 61m. White Goddess of the Dark Jungle... She offered ECSTASY and DEATH! PULP TV Programming Catalogue June 2011 / Format and TM All Rights Reserved Page 3 of 17

White Huntress (1957) 62m. In the 1890's a blonde battles a giant python and unfriendly natives in the untamed African frontier. White Orchid (1954) Color, 81m. An archeologist explores the jungles of Mexico to find and document the lost civilization of the Toltecs. White Pongo (1945) 72m. Scientists and hunters search for an albino gorilla that could be the missing link. Wild Women of Wongo (1958) Color, 72m. A clan of beautiful women pine for company. PULP TV! - Fast Wheels! The Big Wheel (1949) 92m. Mickey Rooney. A young man is determined to follow in his father's tracks as a race car driver, even though it caused his dad's death. Blonde Comet (1941) 67m. Beverly Blake, the 'Blonde Comet," and the daughter of a tire-manufacturer, gets behind the wheel of a race-car, tears up the tracks and wins races. The Choppers (1961) 56m. Arch Hall Jr. writes and stars in this thriller about a young hot-rodder who becomes involved with a gang of car thieves and a crooked salvage yard owner. Bonus feature: T-Bird Gang A high school student, working undercover enforcement, goes undercover to infiltrate a teen-based gang called The T-Birds. Evel Knievel (1972) Color, 89m. George Hamilton. The famed daredevil reflects on major events in his life just before his biggest jump in this dramatized biography. The Fast and the Furious (1955) 72m. John Ireland, Dorothy Malone. Man on the lam takes a beautiful young woman and her fast sports car hostage and slips into a crossborder sports car race to try to escape the police. High Gear (1933) 67m. James Murray. When Mark 'High Gear' Sherrod (Murray) looses his nerve, the race car driver takes a job driving a taxi, but when he befriends a cute reporter and the young handicapped son of a deceased driver, he attempts to return to the track. Bonus: Half-Pint Polly (1930) Unusual 20 min. western comedy with Tom Tyler. Hot Rod Girl (1956) 75m. A small town is turned upside down by illegal drag racing and out of control rebel youth. The Mystery Train (1931) 62m. Hedda Hopper. A group of passengers are trapped in a runaway Pullman car. Return of Casey Jones (1934) 67m. Charles Starrett. A young engineer is inspired by his role model, Casey Jones. PULP TV Programming Catalogue June 2011 / Format and TM All Rights Reserved Page 4 of 17

Phantom Express (1932) 70m. An innocent man trying to save train from a head-on crash with a 'ghost train' is blamed for a train derailment. The Richard Petty Story (1974) Color, 83m. Darren McGavin. Story of racecar driver Richard Petty. Ten Laps to Go (1936) 67m. Larry Evans (Rex Lease), champion race car driver, is envied by his chief rival, Eddie DeSylva (Duncan Renaldo), who has more ambitions than merely winning the races. The Wild Ride Jack Nicholson stars as a rebellious punk of the beat generation, who spends his days as an amateur dirt track driver PULP – TV – Pulp Serials! ACE DRUMMOND 1934 John King 13 Chapters ADVENTURES OF THE FLYING CADETS 1943 Johnny Downs 13 Chapters ADVENTURES OF REX AND RINTY 1934 Kane Richmond 12 Chapters ADVENTURES OF SMILING JACK 1943 Tom Brown 13 Chapters THE BLACK COIN 1936 Ralph Graves 15 Chapters BURN ‘EM UP BARNES 1934 Jack Mulhall 12 Chapters THE DEVIL HORSE 1934 Harry Carey 12 Chapters DICK TRACY 1937 Ralph Byrd 15 Chapters THE FIGHTING MARINES 1935 Grant Withers 12 Chapters FIGHTING WITH KIT CARSON 1933 Johnny Mack Brown 12 Chapters FLAMING FRONTIERS 1938 Johnny Mack Brown 15 Chapters FLASH GORDON CONQUERS THE UNIVERSE 1940 Buster Crabbe 12 Chapters THE GALLOPING GHOST 1931 Red Grange 12 Chapters GANG BUSTERS 1942 Kent Taylor 13 Chapters THE GREEN ARCHER 1940 Victor Jory 15 Chapters

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GREEN HORNET STRIKES AGAIN 1940 Warren Hull 15 Chapters HOLT OF THE SECRET SERVICE 1941 Jack Holt 15 Chapters HURRICANE EXPRESS 1932 John Wayne 12 Chapters JUNIOR G-MEN 1940 Dead End Kids 12 Chapters JUNIOR G-MEN OF THE AIR 1942 Dead End Kids 12 Chapters KING OF THE WILD 1931 Walter Miller 12 Chapters THE LAST FRONTIER 1932 Lon Chaney jr. 12 Chapters LAST OF THE MOHICANS 1932 Harry Carey 12 Chapters LAW OF THE WILD 1934 Rin-Tin-Tin Jr. 12 Chapters LIGHTNING HUTCH 1926 Charles Hutchison (silent) 10 Chapters THE LIGHTNING WARRIOR 1931 Rin-Tin-Tin 12 Chapters THE LONE DEFENDER 1930 Rin-Tin-Tin 12 Chapters THE LOST CITY 1935 Kane Richmond 12 Chapters THE LOST JUNGLE 1934 Clyde Beatty 12 Chapters THE MIRACLE RIDER 1935 Tom Mix 15 Chapters MYSTERY MOUNTAIN 1934 Ken Maynard 12 Chapters Tarzan Serial Poster MYSTERY SQUADRON 1933 Bob Steele 12 Chapters THE NEW ADVENTURES OF TARZAN 1935 Herman Brix 12 Chapters OFFICER “444" 1926 Ben Wilson (silent) 10 Chapters THE OVERLAND MAIL 1941 Lon Chaney Jr. 15 Chapters THE PAINTED STALLION 1937 Ray Corrigan 12 Chapters THE PERILS OF PAULINE 1933 Evalyn Knapp 12 Chapters THE PHANTOM CREEPS 1939 Bela Lugosi 12 Chapters PULP TV Programming Catalogue June 2011 / Format and TM All Rights Reserved Page 6 of 17

THE PHANTOM EMPIRE 1935 Gene Autry 12 Chapters THE PHANTOM OF THE WEST 1931 Tom Tyler 10 Chapters RADAR MEN FROM THE MOON 1952 George Wallace 12 Chapters RAIDERS OF GHOST CITY 1944 Dennis Moore 13 Chapters THE RETURN OF CHANDU 1934 Bela Lugosi 12 Chapters ROBINSON CRUSOE OF CLIPPER ISLAND 1936 Mala 14 Chapters SEA RAIDERS 1941 Dead End Kids 12 Chapters SECRET AGENT X-9 1945 Lloyd Bridges 13 Chapters SHADOW OF CHINATOWN 1936 Bela Lugosi 15 Chapters SHADOW OF THE EAGLE 1932 John Wayne 12 Chapters Mystery Mountain Serial Poster SKY RAIDERS 1941 Billy Halop 12 Chapters SOS COAST GUARD 1937 Bela Lugosi 12 Chapters TARZAN THE TIGER (silent) 1929 Frank Merrill 15 Chapters THE THREE MUSKETEERS 1933 John Wayne 12 Chapters UNDERSEA KINGDOM 1936 Ray Corrigan 12 Chapters THE VANISHING LEGION 1930 Harry Carey 12 Chapters THE VIGILANTES ARE COMING 1936 Bob Livingston 12 Chapters THE WHISPERING SHADOW 1933 Bela Lugosi 12 Chapters ZORRO RIDES AGAIN 1937 John Carroll 12 Chapters ZORRO’S BLACK WHIP 1944 George J. Lewis 12 Chapters ZORRO’S FIGHTING LEGION 1939 Reed Hadley 12 Chapters

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PULP TV – Musicals! A-Pictures Black Tights (1960) Starring: Cyd Charisse, Zizi Jeanmarie, Moira Shearer Director: Terence Young Color 120 min. Charm of La Boheme (1936) Starring: Maria Eggarth, Jan Kiepura, Alfred Gerasch Director: Geza von Bolvåry Black and White 90 min. Dixiana (1930) Starring: Bebe Daniels, Bert Wheeler, Robert Woolsey Director: Luther Reed B&w. 100 min. Doll Face (1945) Starring: Vivian Blaine, Dennis O'Keefe, Perry Como Director: Lewis Seiler B&w. 79 min. Fabulous Dorseys, The (1947) Starring: Dorsey Brothers, Janet Blair, Paul Whiteman Director: Alfred E. Green Black and White 89 min. Glorifying the American Girl (1929) Starring: Mary Eaton, Eddie Cantor, Helen Morgan Director: John W. Harkrider B&w. 95 min. Happy Go Lovely (1951) Starring: David Niven, Vera-Ellen, Cesar Romero Director: H. Bruce Humberstone B&w. 98 min. Inspector General (1949) Starring: Danny Kaye, Walter Slezak, Barbara Bates Director: Henry Koster B&w. 102 min. Private Buckaroo Poster Private Buckaroo (1942) Starring: Andrew Sisters, Maxene Andrews, Patty Andrews Director: Edward F. Cline B&w. 69 min. Road to Bali (1952) Starring: Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Dorothy Lamour Director: Hal Walker Color 90 min. Royal Wedding (1951) Starring: Fred Astaire, Sarah Churchill, Keenan Wynn Director: Stanley Donen Color 93 min. Second Chorus (1940) Starring: Fred Astaire, Paulette Goddard, Artie Shaw Director: H. C. Potter B&w. 83 min. Something to Sing about (1936) Starring: James Cagney, William Fawley, Evelyn Daw Director: Victor Schertzinger B&w. 82 min. Stagedoor Canteen (1943) Starring: Katharine Hepburn, Judith Anderson, Kenny Baker Director: Frank Borzage B&w. 132 min.

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Swing High, Swing Low (1937) Starring: Carole Lombard, Fred macMurray. Director: Mitchell Leisen. B&w. 92 min. This Is the Army (1943) Starring: Ronald Reagan, George Murphy, Joan Leslie Director: Michael Curtiz Color 121 min. Till the Clouds Roll By (1946) Starring: Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra, June Allyson Director: Richard Whorf Color 112 min. PULP–TV Bobby Breen Musicals Breaking the Ice (1938) Starring: Charles Ruggles, Dolores Costello, Bobby Breen Director: Edward F. Cline Black and White 79 min. Escape to Paradise (1939) Starring: Bobby Breen, Marla Shelton, Pedro de Cordoba Director: Erle C. Kenton Black and White 60 min. Fisherman's Wharf (1939) Starring: Bobby Breen, Leo Carillo, Henry Armetta. Director: Bernard Vorhaus B&w. 72 min. Hawaii Calls (1938) Starring: Bobby Breen, Ned Sparks, Warren Hull. Director: Eddie Kline. B&w. 91 min. It Happened in New Orleans (1936) Aka. "Rainbow on the River." Starring: Bobby Breen, May Robson, Charles Butterworth Director: Kurt Neumann B&w. 87 min. Let's Sing Again (1936) Starring: Bobby Breen, Henry Armetta, George Houston Director: Kurt Neumann B&w. 70 min. Make a Wish (1937) Starring: Bobby Breen, Basil Rathbone, Marion Claire Director: Kurt Neumann B&w. 77 min. Way Down South (1939) Starring: Bobby Breen, Alan Mowbray, Ralph Morgan. Director: Bernard Vorhaus. B&w. 61 min. PULP TV: Black Heritage Musicals Boarding House Blues (1948) Starring: Dusty Fletcher, Jackie Moms Mabley, Marcellus Wilson Director: Josh Binney B&w. 90 min. Duke Is the Tops, The (1938) (aka Bronze Venus) Starring: Lena Horne, Ralph Cooper, Laurence Criner Director: William L. Nolte Black and White 94 min. Hi De Ho (1947) Starring: Cab Calloway, Ida James, Jeni Le Gon Director: Josh Binney B&w. 64 min.

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Killer Diller (1948) Starring: Nat King Cole, Dusty Fletcher, George Wiltshire Director: Josh Binney B&w. 70 min. Moon over Harlem (1939) Starring: Bud Harris, Cora Green, Ozinetta Wilcox Director: Edgar G. Ulmer B&w. 75 min. Murder with Music (1941) Starring: Bob Howard, Nellie Hill Director: George P. Quigley B&w. 65 min. Paradise in Harlem (1939) Starring: Edna Mae Wilson, Frank L. Wilson, Mamie Smith Director: Joseph Seiden B&w. 70 min. Reet, Petite and Gone (1947) Starring: Louis Jordan, June Richmond, Milton Woods Director: William Forest Crouch B&w. 75 min. Rhythm and Blues Revue (1955) Starring: Nat King Cole, Sarah Vaughan, Cab Calloway B&w. 70 min. Sepia Cinderella (1947) Starring: Billy Daniels, Sheila Guyse, Hilda Offley Director: Arthur H. Leonard B&w. 67 min.

PULP TV: More Musicals! 365 Nights in Hollywood (1934) Starring: Alice Faye, James Dunn, Frank Mitchell Director: George Marshall Black and White 77 min. Bing Crosby Edsel Show, The (1957) Starring: Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope Director: Seymour Berns Black and White 58 min. Bing Crosby Special Starring: Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin B&w. 50 min. Bitter Sweet (1933) Starring: Anna Neagle, Fernand Gravey, Esme Percy Director: Herbert Wilcox B&w. 76 min. Bobby Darin and Friends Starring: Bobby Darin, Bob Hope, Joannie Sommers B&w. 50 min. Breakfast in Hollywood (1946) Starring: Tom Brenneman, Bonita Granville, Beulah Bondi Director: Harold D. Schuster B&w. 90 min. Broadway of Lerner and Loewe (1962) Starring: Maurice Chevalier, Julie Andrews, Richard Burton Director: Norman Jewison B&w. 51 min. Broken Melody, The (1934) Starring: John Garrick, Margot Grahame, Merle Oberon Director: Bernard Vorhaus Black and White 84 min. PULP TV Programming Catalogue June 2011 / Format and TM All Rights Reserved Page 10 of 17

Calendar Girl (1947) Starring: Jane Frazee, William Marshall, James Ellison Director: Allan Dwan Black and White 80 min. Dance of Life (1929) Starring: Hal Skelly, Nancy Carroll, Dorothy Revier Director: John Cromwell, A. Edward Sutherland B&w. 115 min. Delightfully Dangerous (1945) Starring: Jane Powell, Ralph Bellamy, Constance Moore Director: Arthur Lubin B&w. 92 min. Designs in Music (1961) Starring: Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Dorothy Collins B&w. 52 min. Devil on Horseback (1936) Starring: Del Campo, Fred Keating, Lily Damita Director: Crane Wilbur Black and White 71 min. Dixie Jamboree (1944) Starring: Francis Langford, Guy Kibbee, Charles Butterworth Director: Christy Cabanne B&w. 72 min. Fiesta (1943) Starring: Antonio Moreno, Armida, Anne Ayars Director: Le Roy Prinz B&w. 40 min. Forbidden Music (1936) Starring: Jimmy Durante, Richard Tauber, Diana Napier Director: Walter Forde Black and White 80 min. Ford Star Jubilee (Together with Music) (1955) Starring: Noel Coward, Mary Martin Director: Franklin J. Schaffner B&w. 90 min. Ford Star Jubilee (You're the Top) (1956) Starring: Louis Armstrong, Dorothy Dandridge, Gordon MacRae Director: Seymour Berns B&w. 90 min. Gene Krupa and His Orchestra Starring: Gene Krupa, The Gene Krupa Orchestra B&w. 50 min. I Dream of Jeanie (1952) Starring: Bill Shirley, Ray Middleton, Muriel Lawrence Director: Allan Dwan Color 90 min. Jack Benny Visits Walt Disney (1965) Starring: Jack Benny, Walt Disney, Bob Hope B&w. 55 min. Let's Go Collegiate (1941) Starring: Frankie Darro, Marcia Mae Jones, Jackie Moran Director: Jean Yarbrough B&w. 62 min. Life and Loves of Mozart (1955) Starring: Oskar Werner, Johanna Matz, Erich Kunz Director: Karl Hartl Color 87 min.

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Mad about Money (1937) Starring: Ben Lyon, Lupe Velez, Wallace Ford Director: Melville W. Brown B&w. 75 min. Minstrel Man, The (1944) Starring: Benny Fields, Gladys George, Roscoe Karns Director: Joseph H. Lewis B&w. 70 min. Mystery in Swing (1940) Starring: Monte Hawley, Marguerite Whitten, Tommie Moore Director: Arthur Dreifuss B&w. 66 min. New Faces of 1952 (Letterbox/Wide Screen) (1953) Starring: Eartha Kitt, Ronny Graham, Robert Clary Director: Harry Homer Color 99 min. Newport Jazz Festival (1962) Starring: Count Basie, Joe Williams, Peewee Russell Director: Buddy Bregman B&w. 60 min. Paradise Island (1930) Starring: Kenneth Harlan, Marceline Day Director: Bert Glennon B&w. 68 min. Paradise Isle (1937) Starring: Movita, Warren Hull Director: Arthur Greville B&w. 73 min. Rainbow over Broadway (1933) Starring: Joan Marsh, Frank Albertson, Lucien Littlefield Director: Richard Thorpe B&w. 72 min. Rock, Rock, Rock! (1956) Starring: La Vern Baker, Chuck Berry, Tuesday Weld Director: Will Price B&w. 85 min. Sitting on the Moon (1936) Starring: Roger Pryor, Grace Bradley, William Newell Director: Ralph Staub B&w. 63 min. Sunny (1941) Starring: Anna Neagle, Ray Bolger, John Carroll Director: Herbert Wilcox B&w. 96 min. Swing High (1930) Starring: Helen Twelvetrees, Fred Scott, Stepin Fetchit Director: Joseph Santley B&w. 75 min. Swing Hostess (1944) Starring: Martha Tilton, Charles Collins, Iris Adrian Director: Sam Newfield B&w. 76 min. Swing Parade of 1946 (1946) Starring: Gale Storm, Phil Regan, Moe Howard Director: Phil Karlson B&w. 74 min.

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PULP TV: MUSCLE MEN! "Swords and Sandals" Epics! "Swords and Sandals" means Hercules-type muscleman films -- all seemingly made in Italy in the early 1960s. Atlas in the Land of Cyclops (1961, Italy) Color, 100m. Strongman Maciste/Atlas must battle the one-eyed Cyclops monster that is ravaging the land of Sadok, while at the same time fending off the advances of the evil Queen Capys. Colossus and the Amazon Queen (1960, Italy) Color, 90m. Rod Taylor and Ed Fury. Two musclemen come up against a tribe of Amazon women. Colossus and the Headhunters (1963, Italy) Color, 79m. Maciste and his people flee their volcano-ravaged island. They end up caught in between two warring tribes. The Giant of Marathon (1960, Italy) Color, 90m. Steve Reeves. A Greek soldier leads the fight against an invading Persian army. Giants of Thessaly (1960, Italy) Color, 98m. Roland Carey. In order to placate the angry gods, who have allowed Thessaly to be overrun with barbarian invaders and beset with natural disasters, King Jason takes his Argonauts on a search for the fabled Golden Fleece. Goliath and the Dragon (1960, Italy) Color, 87m. Mark Forest, Broderick Crawford. A warrior returning home to his country must battle giant bats, three-headed dogs and a vicious dragon to save his wife and his people from an evil ruler. Goliath and the Sins of Babylon (1963, Italy) Color, 80m. Mark Forest as Goliath battles for the freedom of the Babylonian people. Hercules and the Masked Rider (1963, Italy) Color, 83m. In 16th century Spain, Don Francisco reluctantly betroths his daughter, Blanca, to the arrogant Don Ramiro in order to preserve the lands in the family estate. Then Don Juan, Don Francisco's nephew and Blanca's true love, returns from the war in Flanders. Hercules Against the Mongols (1963, Italy) Color, 90m. Mark Forest. Hercules vs. the 3 sons of Genghis Khan comes to the rescue of Bianca, winning her freedom in a tournament in exchange for becoming a slave himself. Hercules Against the Moon Men (1964, Italy) Color, 90m. Alan Steel. Hercules is summoned to oppose the evil Queen Samara, who has allied herself with aliens and is sacrificing her own people in a bid to awaken a moon goddess.

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Hercules and the Captive Women (1961, Italy) Color, 94m. Reg Park. Strong yet sleepy Hercules discovers that the Queen of Atlantis is plotting to take over the world with superhuman warriors. Hercules and the Princess of Troy (1965, Italy/USA) Color, 47m. Gordon Scott in a TV pilot that never became a series. DVD bonus: Snake Fist Dynamo kung fu film from Hong Kong. (1974) Color, 61m. Hercules and the Tyrants of Babylon (1964, Italy) Color, 96m. Peter Lupus. Hercules fights to free the people of Babylon from an evil sorceress. Hercules in the Haunted World (1961, Italy) Color, 71m. Reg Park. Hercules must journey in Hades itself to retrieve the magic stone that will free his love from the powers of darkness. Hercules Unchained (1959, Italy) Color, 87m. Steve Reeves, Sylva Koscina. While negotiating peace between two brothers contesting the throne of Thebes, an amnesiac Hercules is seduced by the evil Queen Omphale. Hero of Rome (1964, Italy) Color, 90m. Gordon Scott. In ancient Rome, the people finally oust their despised king, Tarquinius, and declare the city a republic. Invincible Gladiator (1962, Italy/Spain) Color, 96m. Richard Harrison. A Roman warrior leads a revolt against an evil ruler. Kindar the Invulnerable (1965, Italy) Color, 91m. Mark Forest. An evil desert bandit kidnaps the son of a sultan and raises him as his own. It turns out that the son has magic powers and is invincible. Mole Men Against the Son of Hercules (1961, Italy) Color, 90m. Mark Forest. Maciste arranges for himself and his new friend Bangor to be captured by a mysterious band of white-clad marauders and taken to an underground city. Samson and the Seven Miracles of the World (1962, Italy/France) Color, 80m. Gordon Scott. Samson must rescue a beautiful Chinese princess from a marauding horde of warriors. Son of Cleopatra (1964, Italy) Color, 103m. Mark Damon. In Roman-dominated Egypt, the corrupt administration of a governor named Petronius has sparked a revolt headed by El Kabir. Son of Samson (1960, Italy) Color, 89m. Mark Forest. Maciste/Samson travels to Egypt, where he leads a revolt against an evil queen. Spartacus and the Ten Gladiators (1964, Italy/Spain/France) Color, 99m. The story of Spartacus and 10 other gladiators who rebelled against the bloody coliseum sports. PULP TV Programming Catalogue June 2011 / Format and TM All Rights Reserved Page 14 of 17

Thor and the Amazon Women (1963, Italy) Color, 84m. Joe Robinson. A race of Amazon warriors is enslaving the men of a country, and the mighty Thor is called upon to help them regain their freedom. Ulysses Against the Son of Hercules (1962, Italy/France) Color, 91m. Georges Marchal. Ulysses offends the gods by blinding the Cyclops, so they send Hercules to capture him and bring him to them. Vengeance of Ursus (1961, Italy) Color, 88m. Samson Burke. The evil King Zagro has designs on the beautiful Princess Sira. He wants to marry her so he can take over her kingdom and add it to his own. The White Warrior (1959, Italy/Yugo.) Color, 91m. Steve Reeves. The story of Hadji Murad, a 19th-century Chechen chieftain who led his warriors in a fight against the invading forces of the Russian Czar. PULP TV – Kids After School and Saturday Morning Blocks: Original Cartoons from UB Iwerks, Paramount and Max Fleischer: Betty Boop Popeye Superman Tom & Jerry Paramount Bouncing Ball Sing-Alongs, and more‌

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