This is a media collection from other noteworthy films that played the Pacific Northwest in 1964 and some spook show-type stuff. While these don't have enough content to warrant their own pages they should not be dismissed :)

Little Red Riding Hood (AKA "La caperucita roja," 1960)
“La Caperucita Roja” is a 1960 film that offers a whimsical take on the classic fairy tale of Red Riding Hood. The movie infuses the traditional story with humor and fantasy, featuring a cast of charming characters. The protagonist, a young girl known as Little Red Riding Hood, embarks on an adventure filled with unexpected companions, including a loyal dog named Duke and a crafty skunk. These characters add a layer of comedy and delight as they join Red on her journey through the woods, where she encounters the infamous Wolf. The film is a delightful blend of drama and fantasy, appealing to audiences of all ages with its vibrant storytelling and imaginative twists on a beloved narrative. It’s a nostalgic piece that captures the essence of the era while providing a fresh perspective on a tale as old as time. 

Director: Roberto Rodríguez, K. Gordon Murray
Writers: Fernando Morales Ortiz, Ricardo Garibay, Charles Perrault
Stars: María Gracia, Manuel 'Loco' Valdés, Santanón


September 13, 1964 ad (Seattle)


September 15, 1964 ad (Seattle)


March 12, 1964 "Insectathon" ad (Seattle)


April 3, 1964 "Insectathon" ad (Seattle)


September 10, 1964 "House of the Living Dead" ad (Portland)


October 30, 1964 "Shiver Shudder" ad (Seattle)


November 13, 1964 "Ratfink Ramble" ad (Seattle)

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