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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

The Queen of Sheba Meets the Atom Man (1963) DVD-R

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Starring Taylor Mead, Winifred Bryan, Julian Beck, Danny Dumbrowski, Jay Hoppe

Paul Page

Directed by Ron Rice



Print: Black and White

Runtime: 110 min.

Genre: drama



A slighty-built beatnik cavorts and clowns his way through everything he does. In contrast, a stout black woman moves around her apartment naked,

expressing vitality in all of her actions, whether shaving with an electric razor, making a telephone call, or playing with her cat.

She fights affectionately with the beatnik;and later, after a grotesque ball, the two embrace and collapse amidst the disorder of her apartment.


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Starring Taylor Mead, Winifred Bryan, Julian Beck, Danny Dumbrowski, Jay Hoppe
Paul Page
Directed by Ron Rice

Print: Black and White
Runtime: 110 min.
Genre: drama

A slighty-built beatnik cavorts and clowns his way through everything he does. In contrast, a stout black woman moves around her apartment naked,
expressing vitality in all of her actions, whether shaving with an electric razor, making a telephone call, or playing with her cat.
She fights affectionately with the beatnik;and later, after a grotesque ball, the two embrace and collapse amidst the disorder of her apartment.

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