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The Bloody Brood (1959)

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The Bloody Brood
 

Released in 1959: (running time 1 hour and 9 minutes) A man searches the beatnik crowd for the killer of his younger brother.

Produced by Julian Roffman

Directed by Julian Roffman

The Actors: Barbara Lord (Ellie, 'brook' the girl from Brooklyn), Jack Betts (Cliff Bowers), Peter Falk (Nico), Ron Hartman (Francis Haines, television show director), Ron Taylor (Dave), Robert Christie (Detective McLeod), W.B. 'Bill' Bryden (Studs, drug mule), Michael Zenon (Weasel, drug mule), Anne Collins (girl modeling for sculptor), George Sperdakos (Ricky), Sammy Sales (Louis, nightclub owner), Carol Starkman (blonde neighbor), Kenneth Wickes (Paul the poet), Lloyd Jones (unknown), William R. Kowalchuk (Roy Bowers, telegram messenger boy), Betty Anderson (unknown)

 

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The Bad Burger and the Beatnik Chick

Singer and movie star Bing Crosby hosted a golf tournament beginning in 1937. Bob Hope hosted the Bob Hope desert Classic golf tournament beginning in the 1960’s. On March 2, 2019, Patrick Warburton will host the third annual Warburton tournament to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

You may know Patrick Warburton from the Sienfeld sit-com as one of Elaine’s boyfriends, Saab salesman David Puddy. You may recognize his deep deadpan voice from the Family Guy television series, or as Lemony Snicket in A Series of Unfortunate Events.

Patrick has been acting steadily since the age of twenty-two. He credits his acting passion to inspiration from Jerry Lewis, and from his devout and conservative Catholic mother, Barbara Jeannette Gratz Warburton, who acts under the name Barbara Lord, and is the twenty-two-year-old star of this independent beatnik crime story.

Barbara Lord is Ellie, who is often called ‘Brook’ because she is from Brooklyn. She is a beatnik groupie that stays close to Nico, played by Peter Falk, in one of his rare appearances as a bad-guy. Just for kicks, Nico wants to murder someone, . . . Anyone, . . . Just for kicks. Murder on the mean big-city streets isn’t terribly difficult in 1959, and soon Nico finds his victim.

Jack Betts plays the part of Cliff, the big brother of the murder victim. He will try to infiltrate the beatnik clan to uncover the identity of the man who killed his kid brother. He will need the help of someone in the group to tell him who the killer is, and Brook may be the girl to help him. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Peter Falk
Peter Falk
Anne Collings
Anne Collings
Anne Collings
Anne Collings
Barbara Lord
Barbara Lord
Barbara Lord
Barbara Lord
Barbara Lord, Jack Betts
Barbara Lord, Jack Betts
Barbara Lord
Barbara Lord
Carol Starkman, Jack Betts
Carol Starkman, Jack Betts
Carol Starkman, Jack Betts
Carol Starkman, Jack Betts
Jack Betts
Jack Betts
Jack Betts, Barbara Lord
Jack Betts, Barbara Lord
Jack Betts
Jack Betts
Jack Betts
Jack Betts
Jack Betts
Jack Betts
Kenneth Wickes
Kenneth Wickes
Kenneth Wickes
Kenneth Wickes
W.B. Brydon
W.B. Brydon
Michael Zenon
Michael Zenon
Peter Falk
Peter Falk
Peter Falk, Barbara Lord
Peter Falk, Barbara Lord
Peter Falk, Ron Hartman
Peter Falk, Ron Hartman
Peter Falk, W.B. Brydon
Peter Falk, W.B. Brydon
Peter Falk
Peter Falk
Peter Falk
Peter Falk
Peter Falk, Barbara Lord
Peter Falk, Barbara Lord
Peter Falk
Peter Falk
Robert Christie
Robert Christie
Robert Christie
Robert Christie
Ron Hartmann
Ron Hartmann
Ron Hartmann, Peter Falk
Ron Hartmann, Peter Falk
Ron Hartmann
Ron Hartmann
Ron Hartmann
Ron Hartmann
Ron Taylor
Ron Taylor
Sammy Sales
Sammy Sales
W.B. Brydon
W.B. Brydon
W.B. Brydon, Michael Zenon
W.B. Brydon, Michael Zenon
William R. Kowalchuk
William R. Kowalchuk