A navy lieutenant (James Garner) during World War II is ordered aboard a submarine to get special photographs of a Japanese-controlled island.
Water-witch Jessica (Carolyn Kearney) is persuaded by academic Gordon (William Reynolds), who's more interested in the ancient chest found that night, to look for Mike (Charles Horvath), who has disappeared with its weird contents (Robin Hughes), in The Thing That Couldn't Die, 1958.
Introducing characters and premise, Peggy Converse, James Anderson and Charles Horvath watch as Carolyn Kearney (as 'Jessica') divines, skeptical Andra Martin, William Reynolds and Jeffrey Stone riding up, weirdness ensuing on the Universal back-lot, in The Thing That Couldn't Die, 1958.
Digging on a spot found by her maybe-psychic niece, rancher Flavia (Peggy Converse) instructs employees Boyd and Mike (James Anderson, Charles Horvath) who find a chest scholar Gordon (William Reynolds) connects, pretty much correctly, to history, in The Thing That Couldn't Die, 1958.
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A navy lieutenant (James Garner "Maverick") during World War II is ordered aboard a submarine to get special photographs of a Japanese-controlled island.
Big man, big land, big adventure. Western fans get all three in Yellowstone Kelly, a strife-torn saga of American soldiers and Sioux warriors in the days after Little Big Horn. Clint Walker (Cheyenne) stars as trapper and U.S. military scout Yellowstone Kelly, drawn into the conflict when he saves the life of a beautiful Arapaho girl (Andra Martin) held captive by the Sioux. She runs off, Kelly gives her shelter and all hell-for-leather breaks loose on the plains. Rich Technicolor photography provides the stunning backdrop for brawling, hoof-pounding frontier action reliably delivered by two genre greats, director Gordon Douglas and screenwriter Burt Kennedy.
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