Double Feature

Who Killed Teddy Bear?

Incredibly Rare Print! Not Available on DVD!

Krakatoa: East of Java (IB Tech Print!)

Vibrant IB Technicolor 35mm Print!

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Who Killed Teddy Bear?

An unforgettable descent into sleazy mid-60s NYC, Who Killed Teddy Bear? is a staggering psycho-sexual thriller determined to smash every previously untouchable Hollywood taboo in the rulebook. Juliet Prowse plays a discotheque DJ on the receiving end of a series of increasingly obscene phone calls. As violence from the mysterious stalker tumbles into real life, who could be the madman responsible: the nightclub manager with sapphic desires (Elaine Stritch), the creepy cop with a damaged past (Jan Murray), or the club’s shy busboy hiding dark family secrets (Sal Mineo)? Teddy Bear is ripe for rediscovery, raw and unflinching, with a charged Mineo at his fiery best. Print courtesy of the Wisconsin Center for Film & Theater Research

“This 1960s New York story of violated innocence remains unsettling, with Mineo riveting as a proto-Travis Bickle.” – Anton Bitel, Film4

Ariel Schudson discusses Who Killed Teddy Bear? on the New Beverly blog.

Director
Joseph Cates
Starring
Sal Mineo, Juliet Prowse, Jan Murray, Elaine Stritch
Year
1965
Country
USA
Format
35mm
Running Time
94 minutes

Krakatoa: East of Java (IB Tech Print!)

The incredible day that shook the Earth to its core! Spectacular special effects and stunning widescreen cinematography headline an all-star disaster epic. Maximilian Schell captains a ship filled with treasure hunters and thrill seekers, not to mention a hold full convicts, headed to the island of Krakatoa (technically, west of Java). But when a long-dormant volcano explodes with A-bomb force, he’ll have to outrun a raging river of molten lava, outwit a mutinous crew and overcome a prisoner uprising, if he plans to survive. Featuring Diane Baker, Brian Keith, Rossano Brazzi and Sal Mineo.

Director
Bernard L. Kowalski
Starring
Maximilian Schell, Diane Baker, Brian Keith, Barbara Werle, Rossano Brazzi, Sal Mineo
Year
1969
Country
USA
Format
IB Technicolor 35mm
Running Time
96 minutes

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