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Michael Rennie



Assignment Terror (A.I.P. English Language Version)

(1970)
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aka's: The Man Who Came From Ummo/Dracula Versus Frankenstein/Dracula Jagt Frankenstein
Aliens from a dying world plot to conquer Earth by praying on man's superstitions. Bringing two dead scientists (Michael Rennie and Karin Dor) back to life, they use their knowledge to re-animate various Earth monsters, including the Werewolf Waldemar Daninsky (Paul Naschy), Frankenstein's monster (both played by Jacinto Molina), the mummy Tao-Tet and the Vampire Count de Meirhoff.

NOTE: This is the English language version of Dracula Jagt Frankenstein, also available here at SSV.

This film was to be Michael Rennie's last screen appearance, filmed just prior to his death from emphysema and heart failure on June 10th, 1971.

Rennie had lived his final years in Geneva, Switzerland and in a stroke of irony, collapsed and died at his mother's home in England, while visiting her to attend his brother's funeral.

A heavy smoker, Rennie had respiratory problems for many years. During the run of the Broadway comedy Mary, Mary in the early 1960's, he had to admit himself in the hospital several times for oxygen treatments. His voice had to be dubbed in the 1968 film The Battle Of El Alamein, as well as this film and other final appearances, due to his chronic health problems.

NOTE: This film came from a very rare TV print in very nice picture quality which aired back in 1984 and is the best English language version of this film currently available anywhere. Don't waste your time and money looking elsewhere, get the best version right here.





The Battle Of El Alamein

(1968)
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aka: La Battaglia Di El Alamein
Concerns a platoon of Italian front-line troops fighting in North Africa. Their uneasy allies are the German Afrika Korps. Opposing them are the harsh British forces. The battle swells and eventually the platoon is left to single-handedly fend of a colossal British tank attack. Impressive visual battle effects. Stars Michael Rennie.




Battle Of The V-1

(1958)
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aka's: Missiles From Hell: The Story Of The V-1/Unseen Heroes
Two Polish resistance men are deliberately captured and sent to a labor camp so that they can spy on scientific experiments on the buzzbomb. Stars Michael Rennie, Patricia Medina, Milly Vitale, David Knight and Christopher Lee.

Patricia Medina died on April 28, 2012 at Barlow Respiratory Hospital in Los Angeles, CA at the age of 92. She had been in declining health.





Caesar And Cleopatra

(1945)
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Cleopatra (Vivien Leigh) hasn't been on the throne of the pharoahs of Egypt very long when Julius Caesar (Claude Rains) pays a visit. Caesar finds the prospect of romance more tempting than he expected, since Cleopatra is a rare woman who is bright as well as beautiful. And for Cleopatra, a friendly relationship with the most powerful man in the world may pay dividends in the future. Also with Stuart Granger, Michael Rennie (as a centurion) and Roger Moore (007) in an uncredited role.

This film was described as a "box office stinker" at the time and virtually ended director Gabriel Pascal's career.





Commando Attack (English Language Version)

(1968)
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aka's: Giugno '44 - Sbarcheremo In Normandia/Junio 44: Desembarcaremos En Normandía
In this Dirty Dozen ripoff, American commandos, led by Sgt. Blynn (Michael Rennie) are given three days to locate and destroy a radio station in Normandy. The "commandos" are all volunteers, mostly misfits and off-kilter types. Also with Klaus Kinski.





Commando Attack (Spanish Language Version)

(1968)
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aka's: Giugno '44 - Sbarcheremo In Normandia/ Junio 44: Desembarcaremos En Normandía
In this Dirty Dozen ripoff, American commandos, led by Sgt. Blynn (Michael Rennie) are given three days to locate and destroy a radio station in Normandy. The "commandos" are all volunteers, mostly misfits and off-kilter types. Also stars Bob Sullivan and Mónica Randall. (In widescreen format and in Spanish language).





Cyborg 2087

(1966)
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aka: Man From Tomorrow
Garth (Michael Rennie), a cyborg from the future, travels back in time to 1966 to prevent Professor Sigmund Marx (Eduard Franz) from developing mind control technology. He is pursued by two "Tracers" (also cyborgs) sent to stop him. Also stars Karen Steele and Wendell Corey. Also with Warren Stevens, John Beck and Jo Ann Pflug.





Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde (TV Episode)

(1955)
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aka: Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde
This TV episode was part of a CBS dramatic anthology series titled Climax Mystery Theater. Obsessed with his theory that every man has two distinct personalities within him, the kindly Dr. Henry Jeckyll (Michael Rennie) begins to experiment with a drug that will release the dark side of his soul. He succeeds all too well, creating a hedonistic and ultimately murderous human monster named Edward Hyde. Hosted by William Lundigan and also with Cedric Hardwicke and John Hoyt. (Includes the original TV commercials).





Dracula Jagt Frankenstein (German Language Version)

(1970)
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aka's: The Man Who Came From Ummo/Dracula Versus Frankenstein/Assignment Terror
Aliens from a dying world plot to conquer Earth by praying on man's superstitions. Bringing two dead scientists (Michael Rennie and Karin Dor) back to life, they use their knowledge to re-animate various Earth monsters, including the Werewolf Waldemar Daninsky (Paul Naschy), Frankenstein's monster (both played by Jacinto Molina), the mummy Tao-Tet and the Vampire Count de Meirhoff. (In German language, with English subtitles).

NOTE: This is the German language version of Assignment Terror, also available here at SSV.

This film comes from a widescreen German import print in very nice picture quality.

This film was to be Michael Rennie's last screen appearance, filmed just prior to his death from emphysema and heart failure on June 10th, 1971.

Rennie had lived his final years in Geneva, Switzerland and in a stroke of irony, collapsed and died at his mother's home in England, while visiting her to attend his brother's funeral.

A heavy smoker, Rennie had respiratory problems for many years. During the run of the Broadway comedy Mary, Mary in the early 1960's, he had to admit himself in the hospital several times for oxygen treatments. His voice had to be dubbed in the 1968 film The Battle Of El Alamein, as well as this film and other final appearances, due to his chronic health problems.





The Last Chance

(1968)
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aka's: Scacco Internazionale/International Checkmate
A reporter (Tab Hunter) uncovers Communist involvement in a freighter explosion in the Mediterranean, but soon finds his association with the U.S. government shaky when different witnesses get shot. Soon, the reporter becomes a target for a number of parties, including the CIA, his wife, his mistress and a hired assassin. Also with Michael Rennie and Daniela Bianchi (aka: Tatiana "Tanya" Romanova in the 1963 James Bond movie From Russia With Love).





Moving Target

(1967)
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aka's: Death On The Run/Bersaglio Mobile/Headhunter
A teenage musician's family is moved under witness protection while he is away at band camp. When he returns home early and finds them missing, his search is obstructed by the fact that the mob is also trying to track down his family through him, but the police too are trying to find him to reunite the family as well - and he is afraid of both. Stars Ty Hardin, Michael Rennie and Paola Pitagoraand. Also with Vittorio Caprioli and Gordon Mitchell.


This film is one of Michael Rennie's last screen appearances. Rennie died at age 61 from emphysema and heart failure on June 10th, 1971.

Rennie had lived his final years in Geneva, Switzerland and in a stroke of irony, collapsed and died at his mother's home in England, while visiting there to attend his brother's funeral.

A heavy smoker, Rennie had respiratory problems for many years. During the run of the Broadway comedy Mary, Mary in the early 1960's, he had to admit himself in the hospital several times for oxygen treatments. His voice also had to be dubbed in the 1968 film The Battle Of El Alamein, as well as other later appearances, due to his chronic health problems.





Project X

(1963)
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Episode of the anthology series The Dick Powell Show. The director of a top-secret space project (Michael Rennie) turns marriage counselor to iron out a problem between a young officer (Steve Forrest) and his neglected wife (Gena Rowlands). Also with Leon Askin. Hosted by Gregory Peck.





Project X

(1963)
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Episode of the anthology series The Dick Powell Show. The director of a top-secret space project (Michael Rennie) turns marriage counselor to iron out a problem between a young officer (Steve Forrest) and his neglected wife (Gena Rowlands). Also with Leon Askin. Hosted by Gregory Peck.





Subterfuge

(1969)
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An American security agent (Gene Barry) goes to England on a vacation and finds himself forced to work with his British counterpart. Together they face a veritable nightmare of deception and espionage. With Joan Collins, Richard Todd, Tom Adams, Suzanna Leigh and Michael Rennie. (Uncut).

Other versions are missing about 4 minutes of graphic violence.





Surabaya Conspiracy

(1969)
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An action-packed story of two rival gun runners who attempt to unearth a fortune in buried treasure that is located under a large home in Java, Indonesia. Stars Barbara Bouchet, Michael Rennie and Richard Jaeckel.








The Third Man

(1959-61)
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This item includes four episodes from the rare British detective TV series which starred Michael Rennie (better known as Klaatu from The Day The Earth Stood Still), as business tycoon/amateur detective Harry Lime and Johnathan Harris (a.k.a. Dr. Zachary Smith from Lost In Space) as his faithful assistant Bradford Webster. (Uncut).

Episodes included in this set are:
The Man Who Died Twice
Dark Island
A Little Knowledge
House Of Bon Bons
The Third Medallion
A Pocketful Of Sin
As The Twig Is Bent
Broken Strings
One Kind Word
Barcelona Passage
Toys Of The Dead
How To Buy A Country
Diamond In The Rough
A Question In Ice


Sold as a 3-DVD-R or VHS set.





Tower Of Terror

(1941)
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Posing as a Lighthouse assistant, a British officer (Michael Rennie) helps a French girl (Movita) escape from her German captors during World War II. Stars Wilfrid Lawson.






The Wicked Lady

(1945)
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Lady Barbara Skelton (Margaret Lockwood) is frustrated by the stifling conventions of seventeenth-century England and asserts her independence through stealing her best friend's husband, turning to gambling and becoming a highwaywoman. But how long can she keep up her double life before she's unmasked? Also with James Mason and Michael Rennie.




The Young, The Evil And The Savage (English language version)

(1968)
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aka's: Nude...Si Muore/Naked You Die/School Girl Killer/The Miniskirt Murders
A police detective (Michael Rennie) is called in to investigate several gory murders committed by a strangler at a fashionable girls school. Also stars Mark Damon. (One of Michael Rennie's last screen appearances).

NOTE: The picture quality for this film is a bit soft and grainy, but the best English language print currently available anywhere.





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