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New Releases for June 21st

The first day of Summer brings us a small but mighty batch of New Releases. Perhaps smaller is better when there�s Vitamin D to absorb. Here�s the list of what�s new to view once the sun finally goes down: * = also available for rent on Blu-ray @ = available for purchase at the store SALE = click to purchase titles from our online store CEDAR RAPIDS *�Ed Helms is absolutely charming as an insurance salesman whose small town naivet� is shattered when he heads to a conference in the� �big city.� It sports a fine supporting cast including Anne Heche, Isiah Whitlock, Jr., Sigourney Weaver, Alia Shawkat, and John C. Reilly. It�s definitely one of the best comedies of the year. @ SALE THE ADJUSTMENT BUREAU *�Mysterious men with Moleskin notebooks try to keep Matt Damon & Emily Blunt from being together in this enjoyable thriller based on the story by Philip K. Dick. Matt Damon wearing a hat < John Slattery wearing a hat < Anthony Mackie wearing a hat < Terence Stamp wearing a hat.� @ LOUIE: SEASON ONE *�Louis C.K. is the creator, writer, and star of this show. If that�s not enough to get you to watch it, I'm concerned for your sense of humor. Here's an excellent scene Mr. CK posted today on Twitter that's only available on the Blu-ray/DVD set. Some language NSFW.� @ � SALE HAPPYTHANKYOUMOREPLEASE�Writer/director/How I Met Your Mother star Josh Radnor�s pop music filled story of NYC 20-somethings finding themselves in the big city. UNKNOWN *�This week�s other paranoid thriller features Liam Neeson as a man robbed of his identity after a mysterious car accident. Inglourious Basterds� Diane Kruger plays the taxi driver who helps him unravel the mystery, while Frank �Skeletor� Langella does his best to stop him.� @ THE EAGLE *�Channing Tatum is a Roman solider looking to restore his family�s honor with the help of co-star Jamie Bell. The DVD and Blu-ray contain both the theatrical and unrated editions for extra gladiator action. It�s directed by Kevin Macdonald, who also made The Last King of Scotland, Touching The Void and SIFF 2011's closing film Life In A Day. @ LIVING IN EMERGENCY: STORIES OF DOCTORS WITHOUT BORDERS�A gripping documentary following four new volunteers as they tend to the wounded in some of the world�s most dangerous places. Trailer has a bit of language NSFW. ORGASM, INC.�Director Liz Canner chronicles the race to profit from telling women there�s something wrong with them. Trailer mildly NSFW. SQUIDBILLIES: VOLUME 4�More with Adult Swim�s backwoods cephalopods. Enjoy a bit of it here. @ SALE

DIARY OF A WIMPY KID: RODRICK RULES� The second cinematic installment of Jeff Kinney�s kids� book series. For those of you reading the Song of� Ice and Fire series and/or watching Game of Thrones, the title does not refer to this Ser Rodrik. KISS ME DEADLY *�Ralph Meeker is Mike Hammer in Robert Aldrich�s 1955 noir classic adapted from the novel by Mickey Spillane. It's new from the Criterion Collection. Highly recommended by our staff and Anthony Bourdain. @ SALE NEW VIDEO GAMES Alice: Madness Returns (PS3, Xbox 360) Duke Nukem Forever (PS3, Xbox 360) Dungeon Siege III (PS3, Xbox 360) F.E.A.R. 3 (PS3, Xbox 360)

ANIME NEW RELEASES Bleach: Season 9, Eps. 146-156 Kano Kon: Girl Who Cried Fox�OVA Collection Kekkaishi: Set One Queen�s Blade: The Exiled Virgin Vol. 3

FAMILY NEW RELEASES Rocko�s Modern Life: Season 1

NEW BLU-RAY Beyond The Darkness @ Twilight Zone:� The Movie

NEW TV ON DVD The Closer: Season 6 Marple :The Pale Horse (2004) Medium: The Final Season (Season 7)

NEW IMPORTS & FOREIGN FILMS Bedways (2010)�Germany Come Into The Light (2005)(PAL Code 2)�Italy Double Hour (2009)(PAL Code 2)�Italy Drop (2011)�Japan The Dust of Life (1995)�France Fortapasc (2009)(PAL Code 2)�Italy Here (2009)�Singapore 2 or 3 Things I Know About Him (2005)(PAL)�Germany Under The Hammer (2010)�UK� TV Wired (2008)�UK TV Black Rat (2010)�More Japanese high school horror from director Kenta Fukasawa (Battle Royale 2). The trailer gets a tad bloody so we'll mark it NSFW or the squeamish.� @ From Criterion�s ECLIPSE series Eclipse series #27: Raffaello Matarazzo�s Runaway Melodramas�Four extravagant melodrams from the Italian director whose films stood out amongst the prevailing neorealism of the time: Chains (1949), Tormento (1950), Nobody�s Children (1952), and The White Angel (1955).� @

New in the FILM MOVEMENT special section Karen Cries On The Bus (2010)�A new Colombian film about a woman who leaves her husband, hoping for a fresh start. NEW from the WARNER ARCHIVES Assignment to Kill (1968)��Richard Cutter isn�t like most insurance investigators. Instead of being equipped with actuarial tables, he�s armed with a handgun and a dismissive wit. �Why do you carry a gun?� asks the exec hiring him to probe a case of multimillion-dollar insurance fraud. �It�s more effective than a hammer,� Cutter replies. Patrick O�Neal brings unshakeable sangfroid to the role of Cutter in this zigzag tale of corporate cover-up and death that�s less Bond-like in its pacing and style and more akin to the methodical maneuvering of Harry Palmer.� It co-stars Joan Hackett and John Gielgud. Avalanche Express (1979)��U.S. undercover agent Harry Wargrave has a straightforward assignment: escort a Soviet defector on Europe�s Milan-to-Rotterdam train, then cross the Atlantic and deliver his charge to Washington like a package. Easier said than done. Commandos are out to stop Harry � and a new weapon may be deployed in this patriot game: a devastating avalanche� Robert Shaw (the Jaws star�s final film) is the calculating, freedom-bound Marenkov. Academy Award� winner Lee Marvin plays dutiful, cynical Wargrave. And Linda Evans, Maximilian Schell, Horst Buchholz, Joe Namath and Mike Connors all earn their cloak-and-dagger badges as the story bullets from streets to iron rails to the sea.�

Dark of the Sun (1968)��Take elite commandos, send them on a do-or-die assignment � and sit back and watch the action explode� Rod Taylor and Jim Brown are among a mercenary unit rolling on a steam train across the Congo, headed for the dual tasks of rescuing civilians imperiled by rebels and recovering a cache of diamonds. The film�s violence is fierce, unforgiving, ahead of its time. Quentin Tarantino would offer a tribute of sorts to this red-blooded wallop of a cult fave by using part of its compelling score in Inglourious Basterds.� We mentioned that fact in this blog post. Double Man (1967)��If a role in the 1950s through �70s called for a commanding presence and a brooding resolve, one of the era�s go-to actors for the part was Academy Award� winner* Yul Brynner (The Magnificent Seven, Westworld). In The Double Man, Brynner brings those qualities to the role of CIA agent Dan Slater and � without revealing the intriguing circumstances � to the role of a rival look-alike spy. The action, paced by Oscar�-winning* director Franklin J. Schaffner, unfolds in the scenic Tyrolean Alps, where Slater shows up after the reported skiing-accident death of his son, unaware that his arrival is all part of a devious Cold War gambit. Britt Ekland plays a beauty who may or may not be a participant in that covert plot.� Hearts of the West (1975)��Iowa farm boy Lewis Tater has a brainstorm: instead of continuing the correspondence courses that are learnin� him to write cowboy novels, he�ll travel to the out-West school itself and soak up the campus atmosphere first hand. He arrives to find the school is a postal box. Write �em, cowboy. Tater�s adventures don�t stop there in an acclaimed tumbling tumbleweed of a film that has him earning his spurs in the yippie-yi-o of �30s �B� Westerns, complete with a veteran sagebrusher (Andy Griffith), a savvy script girl (Blythe Danner) and a hilariously inept director (Alan Arkin, the New York Film Critics Award choice as the year�s Best Supporting Actor). Jeff Bridges plays Tater, a likable pilgrim as fresh-faced and innocent as Bridges�s decades-later Rooster Cogburn in True Grit is worn and wise.� Kona Coast (1967)��Brace for an explosive story of violence and reprisal set against the stunning backdrop of the Hawaiian Isles. To avenge the death of his murdered daughter, charter boat captain Sam Moran (Richard Boone) becomes a one-man vigilante squad taking on the wealthy, drugged-up punk that killed her � and the rich and powerful that protect him.� Naughty Marietta (1935)��Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald first teamed in this lively Victor Herbert operetta about the romance between a swaggering soldier and a French princess. Determined to avoid an arranged marriage, the royal takes on her maid's identity and hops aboard a cargo ship headed to New Orleans. But when the vessel is hijacked by pirates, she unexpectedly finds love with her rescuer. With Frank Morgan, Elsa Lanchester; songs include �Live for Today, �Tramp, Tramp, Tramp,� �Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life,� and more.� Once Before I Die (1966)��Soon after the World War II attack on Pearl Harbor, soldiers of the Rising Sun unleash their fury on other U.S. outposts. Among their targets: the Philippines, whose defenders include the 26th Cavalry, an underequipped American unit better suited for playing polo than fighting mechanized war. Out of this backdrop storms Once Before I Die, a strife-filled tale of a beauty amid the beasts of war. Ursula Andress, who burst to prominence as James Bond�s bikini-clad island girl in Dr. No, plays the beauty. She�s Alex, a lone woman forced by circumstance to accompany the cavalrymen (including John Derek, Richard Jaeckel and Ron Ely) in a desperate march across the jungle. Ahead lies the hoped-for safety of Manila. Behind: the steadily advancing invaders. In between: the chaos and brutality of a war which defies all escape�and claims all innocence.� Sweethearts (1938)��The time-worn stage chestnut is a �play-within-a-film� for this frothy Jeanette MacDonald/Nelson Eddy musical comedy, written by Dorothy Parker and Alan Campbell. MacDonald and Eddy play a married acting couple who plan to leave Broadway for Hollywood, but impresario Frank Morgan plots to stop them. With Ray Bolger, Florence Rice, Mischa Auer. 24 Hours to Kill (1965)��Engine trouble causes an Athens-bound passenger jet to divert to Beirut for a 24-hour layover. �There is no reason to worry,� the pilot announces. Perhaps there�s no reason while in flight, but there are plenty of reasons on the ground: a crewmember�s covert involvement with a gold-smuggling cartel puts the lives of all the crew in danger.� It stars Lex Barker and Mickey Rooney.

NEW DOCUMENTARIES About Jenny Holzer��For more than 30 years, Jenny Holzer�s name has stood for a conceptual art that questions our perceptions and the way we are influenced by media and politics. Holzer has made LED signs�typically identified with advertising�her trademark. These blinking, flickering text displays, designed to captivate and sway passersby, have been repurposed by Holzer since the early 1980s. Through her art, she shows us again and again how thoroughly seduced and manipulated we are by the visual and textual stimuli that surround us every day� Claudia M�ller�s film follows the artist over the course of 10 years at work and through numerous exhibitions, making Holzer�s art tangible as it traces her career, from the young artist putting up posters in New York in the late 1970s to one of the most influential female artists of today.� Boneshop of the Heart: Outsider Art from the American South��This highly acclaimed and thought-provoking documentary provides a rare and illuminating exploration of the creative process through incisive portraits of five seminal figures from a significant chapter in contemporary American folk art. Variously described as outsider, self-taught or visionary, the artists profiled in the film, all from the American South, produce remarkable works of art that are worlds away from the traditions of pottery, basketry and quilting. Living on the margins of society, these artists give voice to an American individuality in such uniquely personal styles of creative expression, they challenge distinctions between �fine� and �folk� art.� Color of Your Socks: A Year With Pipilotti Rist��The documentary The Color of Your Socks - A Year with Pipilotti Rist follows the Swiss video artist Pipilotti Rist as she prepares for a major show at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Since winning the Duemila Prize at the Biennale di Venezia in 1997, Rist has established herself as a major presence in video art. For the first time, she lets a documentary filmmaker into her world, providing insight into her creative process, the development of projects and the collaboration with her team.�

Frontline: Football High��High school football has never had a higher profile, with nationally televised games, corporate sponsorships and minute-by-minute coverage on sports websites. Frontline examines teams whose workout schedules, practices, and styles of play increasingly imitate the pros, and asks the question has the amped-up culture of high school football outrun necessary protections for the boys who play the game?� Dalene�s Smart Raw Food Method��Are you looking for recipes that will give you energy, save time in the kitchen and taste like you hired a private chef to prepare them? This DVD is packed full of valuable recipes and skill building tips, using whole Food Plant-based ingredients. No Cooking Required! Chop Suey, Kelp Noodle Alfredo, Big Green Feast, sweet ginger dressing, Ocean Rolls, Green Tortillas~ burrito, taquito, quesadilla, beanZ, meit, sour creme, salsa, chips, 'Seduction' chocolate sauce, ChiZcake, Lemon Ginger tea, Green Pudding, and more..." Lynn Hershman Leeson: Seducing Time 1984-2008��For over four decades, through performance, photography, installations, artificial intelligence agents, web presences and cinema, Lynn Hershman�s work has explored what it is to live in a world of mediated, monitored, and manipulated identities. Corporeal and virtual presences become simulated entities that in turn reveal personal identity and its impact on cultural construction� The selected works in this collection focus on broad issues of identity and culture, particularly the technological projections that impact individuals and society.� Raw Food Made Easy��This is the companion DVD to Jennifer's best-seller, Raw Food Made Easy for 1 or 2 People. This informative and entertaining video presentation expands on the recipes and tips found in the book�Master delicious dishes for the rest of the day--soups, pat�s, dressings, elegant entr�es, and scrumptious desserts.� �AND MORE MOVIES Arizona Bad Man (1935)��Cattle rustler Bart Dunstan hires notorious Arizona gunman Sonny Karnes to run his stolen herd south across the Mexican border. Cattlemen's Association detective Steve Donovan, assigned to locate the missing steers, falls in love with Bart's stepdaughter Lucy. He is captured while trying to rescue the girl from her abusive father. With both the crooked rancher and the Arizona badman pitted against him, Donovan seems destined for a shallow grave. Based on an Eric Howard novelette printed in the legendary pulp magazine Ranch Romances (which was published for nearly 50 years), Arizona Badman is the most unusual of the nine Willis Kent-produced Westerns starring Kansas-born gridiron great �Reb� Russell.� Camille 2000 *�The previously unreleased extended version! �A child of the sixties sexual revolution, beautiful, sensuous Marguerite (Daniel Gaubert) is addicted to sex and money. She is kept by a wealthy man, has a string of young lovers and hosts wild orgies in her luxurious villa. When she falls in love with the handsome bachelor Armand (Nino Castelnuova), he insists on absolute fidelity. Known by her reputation, Armand's controlling father soon intervenes, triggering a tragic turn of events. From Radley Metzger, the essential director of elegant erotic arthouse, comes the dazzling new 2000 version of Alexandre Dumas 'The Lady of the Camellias'.�� @

Ceremony (2010)��Sam Davis (Michael Angarano) convinces his former best friend to spend a weekend with him to rekindle their friendship at an elegant beachside estate owned by a famous documentary filmmaker (Lee Pace). However, it soon becomes clear that Sam is secretly infatuated with his ex, Zoe (Uma Thurman), who is now the filmmaker's fianc�e, and that his true intention is to thwart their impending nuptials. As Sam's plan begins to unravel, he is forced to realize how complicated love and friendship can be.� Danny Boy (1945)��Danny Boy, a highly decorated war dog, is kidnapped by a nasty sort who gets his jollies out of mistreating animals. While he comes dangerously close to turning vicious and unmanageable, Danny Boy manages to escape with his basic good nature intact. After a torturous journey home, Danny Boy is reunited with his young master, Buzzy Henry.� Elektra Luxx (2010)��What�s a pregnant porn goddess to do? Well, if you�re legendary adult film star Elektra Luxx (Carla Gugino), you decide to quit the industry, take a job as a �sexology� instructor at the community college and look forward to your new life with your baby. Except, that may not happen quite yet � not until she wrestles with a solicitous bride-to-be, an obsessed web streamer, a studly private investigator, a clothing �challenged neighbor, a criminal twin sister and even the Virgin Mary. It�s one hysterical ride with plenty of uninhibited comedy along the way.� It co-stars Malin Akerman, Timothy Olyphant, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

Harvest (2010)� Gathered one summer in a beautiful shoreline town, three generations are drawn together by their patriarch, played by Oscar� Nominee Robert Loggia. With endearing moments of humor and uplifting spirit, Harvest is a portrait of a family awkwardly yet delicately hanging on to what was, what now is, and to one another.� Matador�s Mistress (2011)��Adrien Brody and Pen�lope Cruz star as legendary Spanish matador Manolete and his hot-tempered girlfriend Lupe Sino in director Menno Meyjes tale of love and bullfighting.� Monte Carlo (1986)��A 1986 major television event based on the novel by Stephen Sheppard. As World War II begins to rumble across Europe, Monte Carlo becomes the perfect refuge for the rich, the famous and international spies. Katrina Petrovna (Joan Collins), a glamorous and internationally famous cabaret singer leads a double life, she uses her sensuous charms to obtain war secrets and passes them to the British intelligence. Harry Price (George Hamilton) is an American Writer with a very bad case of writer�s block is vacationing in the gambling capitol of the world with Evelyn McIntyre (Lauren Hutton) a very rich and beautiful American divorcee. Also starring Malcolm McDowell as an Irish mercenary, Peter Vaughan as a German businessman and Gestapo spy, Lisa Elbacher as rich young American and Robert Carradine as an American Pilot.� Poison (1991)�The 20th Anniversary Edition of Todd Haynes groundbreaking film has a new high-def transfer, Q&A with Haynes and executive producer James Schamus at Sundance, a booklet featuring the original press kit document�s, and much more.� @

Priest of Love (1981, Director�s Cut)�� The later years of the life of author D.H. Lawrence are dramatized in this critically acclaimed biography. Following the controversial reception of his novel The Rainbow, David Herbert Lawrence (Two-time Academy Award Nominee, Ian McKellen, X-Men series, Lord of the Rings series) and his wife Frieda (Academy Award Nominee, Janet Suzman, A Dry White Season, Nuns on the Run) leave England for the U.S., where they hope that Lawrence's bold themes will be received in a more tolerant climate. Such is not the case, and the Lawrence's travel first to Mexico, and then to Italy while David attempts to complete and then publish his best known (and most controversial) work, Lady Chatterley's Lover. However, as the furor over the book taxes David's well being, tuberculosis saps his physical health. Also starring Academy Award Nominee (and screen legend) Ava Gardner (Mogambo, The Barefoot Contessa, Pandora and the Flying Dutchman) in one of her last big screen roles and Academy Award Winner John Gielgud (Arthur, Elizabeth).� Queenie (1987)��A 1987 major television event based on Michael Korda's novel. Queenie is reputedly a fictionalized treatment of the life of the late actress Merle Oberon, who was married to Korda's uncle, Alexander Korda. The story deals with an exotic young girl who rises from the slums of Calcutta to the brink of international stardom, but who is haunted by her past. Directed by Larry Peerce (The Other Side of the Mountain), this spectacular production was filmed in England, India and Sri Lanka. The all-star international cast includes Kirk Douglas, Mia Sara, Joel Grey, Sarah Miles, Topol, and Joss Ackland.� Riddle Ranch (1935)�When a Mexican renegade looses at the gambling table he murders the dealer with another man's gun. The gun-owner is accused of murder and cannot prove his innocence.�

Rio Conchos/Take a Hard Ride Rio Conchos (1964): �In avenging himself against the Apache Indians who have massacred his family, ex-Confederate Army officer Lassiter (Richard Boone) recovers a stolen U.S. Army repeating rifle and finds himself arrested by the U.S. Army in connection with the stolen firearm. Lassiter is offered his freedom if he leads a small group into Mexico, consisting of an Army captain (Stuart Whitman), a Buffalo Soldier sergeant (Jim Brown, in his film debut), a knife-wielding Mexican prisoner (Tony Franciosa) and an Apache woman warrior.� Take a Hard Ride (1975):Take a tough-as-nails trail boss (Jim Brown, The Dirty Dozen), a smooth gambler (Fred Williamson, Black Caesar), a ruthless bounty hunter (Lee Van Cleef, The Good, The Bad And The Ugly), a mute martial arts master (Jim Kelly, Enter The Dragon), a desperate prostitute (Catherine Spaak, Cat O� Nine Tails) and hundreds of greed-crazed gunmen. Turn them all loose in a chase to the Mexican border for a fortune in gold, and you have the action-packed epic Take A Hard Ride.�� @ The Romantic Englishwoman (1975)��The title character Elizabeth, (Two-time Academy Award Winner, Glenda Jackson, Hopscotch, Sunday Bloody Sunday) is the wife of Lewis (Two-time Academy Award Winner, Michael Caine, The Dark Knight, Hannah and Her Sisters), a novelist. At this point in his life, Lewis thinks in nothing but literary terms: Elizabeth is vacationing in Europe alone, ergo she must be having an affair. Half out of frustration, she confirms her husband's suspicions by romancing German drug dealer Thomas (Helmut Berger, The Godfather III, Iron). Things get even dicier when Lewis invites Thomas into his home, requesting his technical advice on a screenplay he is working on. Also starring Academy Award Nominee Kate Nelligan (The Prince of Tides, Premonition) and Michael Lonsdale (Of Gods and Men, Ronin). First time ever on DVD!�� @ Sins (1986)��A 1986 major television event based on the Novel by Judith Gould. Helene Junot (Joan Collins) is powerful, wealthy, beautiful and the leading name in the world of fashion. Envied for her success, she is surrounded by enemies who seek to destroy her. A self-made entrepreneur, Helene is a woman with a past. Young Helene Junot (Catherine Mary Stewart) was raped and witnessed the murder of her pregnant mother at the hands of the Nazis as her younger brother and sister are cruelly torn away from her. In Paris, struggling to survive and by now grown to a sensual woman, Helene encounters Jacques, an up-and-coming fashion photographer, who sets her on the road to fame, molding her into the hottest model in France. Climbing the ladder of success, she becomes a designer and then director of one of Paris' top fashion houses. After many failed marriages and relationships she�s reunited with her brother (Timothy Dalton), who has spent fifteen years in mental institutions, Helene's lust for revenge continues and she�ll do anything in her power to destroy her enemies.� Song of Songs (1933)/This Is The Night (1932)��First, in The Song of Songs, a country girl, following the death of her father, moves to Berlin to work in her aunt's bookstore. When a customer asks her to model for a statue he is creating called "Song of Solomon," she discovers that the sculptor and a wealthy arts patron are both falling in love with her. Marlene Dietrich, Brian Aherne, Lionel Atwill star. Then, in This Is the Night, Cary Grant makes his feature film debut as the Olympic athlete husband of beauty Thelma Todd. When a Parisian millionaire sets his sights on Grant's spouse, the rich man hires a woman to pose as his wife-setting the stage for a romantic comedy tour-de-force.� Van Von Hunter (2010)��This mockumentary/comedy tracks the meteoric rise of the glorious evil-vanquisher-turned-celebrity, Van Von Hunter. We follow him from his home in Dikay, through an ill-fated gig in Hollywood, to his surprising ascent to superstardom in Japan, and his equally baffling disappearance. It's all here, documented by Stu Levy and Steven Calcote, and starring voice actor extraordinaire Yuri Lowenthal (Ben 10, Naruto) as Van Von Hunter.� Women in Cages Collection�The good folks at Shout! Factory present a Roger Corman Cult Classic Triple Feature: Pam Grier (Jackie Brown) joins a group of sexy, young female prisoners in their struggle against a sadistic warden in Big Doll House. This shockingly real film is perhaps one of the most influential of all women-in-prison films! Also starring Judy Brown, Roberta Collins (Death Race 2000) and Sid Haig (House Of 1,000 Corpses). Directed by Jack Hill (Spider Baby, Foxy Brown). Innocent Carol Jeffries (Jennifer Gan, Naked Angels) is framed by her drug-dealing boyfriend and ends up in a tough prison in the Philippines jungle in Women In Cages. She must face off against the sadistic warden, Alabama (Grier), who takes great pleasure in alternately seducing and torturing her prisoners. Also starring Judy Brown and Roberta Collins. Directed by Gerry De Leon (Mad Doctor Of Blood Island). Inside the hellish women�s prison called The Big Bird Cage, inmates like Terry (Anitra Ford, The Price Is Right) struggles to survive. They get their chance to escape when scheming revolutionary Blossom (Pam Grier) engineers a prison break . . . from the outside in. Also starring Carol Speed (Abby). Directed by Jack Hill.� @

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