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Targets (1968) was a Thriller/Suspense Film directed by Peter Bogdanovich and produced by Peter Bogdanovich, Roger Corman and Daniel Selznick.

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Adventures of Captain Marvel (1941, John English and William Witney), Chapter 7: Human Targets

By Andrew Wickliffe on Nov 17, 2017 From The Stop Button

Starting Human Targets, I couldn?t remember what cliffhanger needed to be resolved. It?s not a good one. More of the ?Tom Tyler is bad at being a superhero? same. Once it gets resolved, with William ?Billy? Benedict shooting the breeze with Tyler and asking zero questions about why Tyler?s trying to... Read full article

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[Bobby Thompson cowers before Byron Orlok]
Byron Orlok: Is *that* what I was afraid of?

Byron Orlok: You know what they call my films today? Camp! High camp!

Byron Orlok: Oh, Sammy, what's the use? Mr. Boogey Man, King of Blood they used to call me. Marx Brothers make you laugh, Garbo makes you weep, Orlok makes you scream.

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Drive-in scenes were shot at the since-closed Reseda Drive-In Theatre in Reseda, CA, as clearly shown on the marquee and screen tower. Early in the movie, the Sepulveda Drive-In in Van Nuys is briefly shown in the background as Bobby drives down the highway. On the DVD commentary, Peter Bogdanovich incorrectly credits this as being the Reseda Drive-In.
Randy Quaid's film debut.
When Bobby writes out the check to buy the sniper rifle, he writes the check out to Boris Karloff.
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