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Shack out on 101 (1955) was a Drama - Thriller/Suspense Film directed by Edward Dein .

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Shack Out on 101 (1955)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Jul 21, 2018 From 4 Star Films

Like a Cry Danger (1951) or a Private Hell 36 (1954), this low budget film noir flick is such a joy to watch because it wears what it is right on its?sleeve,?clear out in the open.?What we get is?an utterly absurd paranoia thriller that also happens to be a heaping plate of b-noir fun. It’s a ... Read full article


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Prof. Sam Bastion: Kotty, now what's wrong.
Kotty: Nothing. I just don't want to stand between you and your shells. You don't need a woman, you should go steady with a clam. I don't get it... a grown up man, and you still play with sea shells.


Prof. Sam Bastion: Slob's got an eight cylinder body and a 2 cylinder mind.


[While in a passionate embrace]
Prof. Sam Bastion: Will you tell me something?
Kotty: Anything, Sam, anything.
Prof. Sam Bastion: What are the first amendments to the Constitution called?
Kotty: The Bill of Rights.
Prof. Sam Bastion: That's right. What form of government is this?
Kotty: The best!


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Title was supposed to be "Shack Up on 101", but star Terry Moore objected on the grounds that it was too suggestive.
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