This is the final media collection from other noteworthy films that played in the Pacific Northwest in 1963. While these don't have enough content to warrant their own pages they should not be dismissed as lesser films; the majority are well worth watching.

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The Tell-Tale Heart (1960)
Edgar Marsh is a shy and lonely librarian obsessed with his beautiful neighbor Betty. He invites her to his home, where he shows her his collection of erotic books and gives her expensive gifts. However, Betty is more interested in Edgar’s friend Carl, who is a handsome and charming writer. Edgar spies on them and sees them kissing in Betty’s bedroom. In a fit of jealousy, he kills Carl with a fireplace poker and hides his body under the floorboards of his piano room. 
Director: Ernest Morris
Writers: Brian Clemens, Eldon Howard
Stars: Laurence Payne, Adrienne Corri, Dermot Walsh
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Return of the Fly (1959) Note: While this is a great film, I have no idea how it ended up on this billing.
Phillipe Delambre, the son of the scientist who turned into a fly in the first film, decides to continue his father’s experiments on matter transmission. He enlists the help of his uncle François and a shady associate named Alan Hinds. However, Hinds is a spy who plans to steal the device's secrets and sell them to a criminal named Max. Hinds also sabotages Phillipe’s experiment, causing him to merge with a fly and become a monstrous hybrid. 
Director: Edward Bernds
Writers: Edward Bernds, George Langelaan
Stars: Vincent Price, Brett Halsey, David Frankham
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August 8, 1963 ad (Seattle)

August 6, 1963 ad (Seattle)

August 7, 1963 photo (Seattle)

The Tell-Tale Heart (1960) poster

The Tell-Tale Heart (1960) trailer
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Return of the Fly (1959) trailer
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Duel of the Titans (1961)
Romulus and Remus are twin brothers who are destined to be the founders of Rome. They are rescued by a wolf and raised by a shepherd after being abandoned by their mother, a vestal virgin. They grow up as rebels and outlaws, fighting against the tyrannical kings of the Sabines. Romulus falls in love with Julia, the daughter of the Sabine king, while Remus becomes corrupted by power and greed. Their bond is tested by betrayal, jealousy, and war, leading to a final duel that will determine the fate of their city.
Director: Sergio Corbucci
Writers: Luciano Martino, Sergio Corbucci, Ennio De Concini
Stars: Steve Reeves, Gordon Scott, Virna Lisi

September 7, 1963 ad (Seattle)

September 13, 1963 ad (Portland)

Duel of the Titans (1961) poster

Duel of the Titans (1961) trailer


February 8, 1963 ad (Seattle) - This looks like a fun little one-off for the full moon. At a nice big theater too!

December 13, 1963 ad (Seattle) - Another event at the Paramount, this one for Friday the 13th. I always ask if anyone went to these things but so far no. It would be nice to know some specifics :)

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