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1993, Warner Bros., 76 min, USA, Dir: Bruce Timm, Eric Radomski

In this critically acclaimed animated feature spinoff from the “Batman” animated television show, the Caped Crusader must exonerate himself after being framed by vigilante assassin the Phantasm for the murders of various mob bosses. With a great cast of actors doing the voices for the comic book characters, including Kevin Conroy, Dana Delany, Hart Bochner, Stacy Keach, Abe Vigoda, Dick Miller, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., John P. Ryan, Marilu Henner and Mark Hamill.

1958, MGM/Cinema Associates, 85 min, USA, Dir: Jack Arnold

“Behind these ‘nice’ school walls – a teacher’s nightmare! A teen-age jungle!” More interested in studying marijuana than mathematics, tough new kid Tony Baker (Russ Tamblyn) makes a beeline for the wrong crowd in this fast-paced exploitation fave. The cast is as wild as the action, with memorable appearances from slumming Hollywood scions Charlie Chaplin, Jr. and John Drew Barrymore, recovering teenage werewolf Michael Landon and the immortal Mamie Van Doren as Tony’s hot-to-trot aunt. Rocker Jerry Lee Lewis sings the classic title song.

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