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Angels Brigade (1979)

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A Taste of Blood (1967)

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Uncle Sam (1996)

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Fly Me (1973)

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Snowbeast (1977)

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Killer Crocodile (1989)

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Gymkata (1985)

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The Mysterians (1957)

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Faces of Death (1978)

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Zebraman (2004)

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