“Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem.”
I've got that. It's from the time when Milland was doing anything to eat, as Orson Welles said. Good movie.
Coming to a wasteland near you soon!
Ray Milland directed that one, IIRC. Good movie, I enjoyed it...
I remember that movie...
Ahhh yesssss. American International Pictures. '50s & '60s low budget pot boilers at their finest. ;)
I'll see ya CW and raise you. I'm gonna watch "On the Beach" this weekendGregory Peck, Ava Gardner, Fred Astaire and Anthony "Psyco" Perkins, baby.
I remember seeing that in the late 1960's on Pittsburgh's Channel 11 Chiller Theater with Bill Cardill. Right after the 11PM news.Pretty good movie for only having a car and a travel trailer for props. Unlike On The Beach which had a nuclear sub.
I remember seeing this in the late sixties. I've never forgotten it. A great moment when they used a can of gas across the road so they could cross the stream of traffic. Simple but very effective.
The best scene was Milland's interaction with the attendant at the gas station. Priceless!
Fun movie. Milland's 'son' tells him there's this cave they can hide in at some recreation area. Milland asks the kid how big the cave is. The kid says he doesn't know on account of Milland told him to stay out of places like that. Milland asks him again. The kid says it's big enough for all of them.
Saw it. Just as bad as it looks here.