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And .... Action! By Stephen Lodge
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Hold on to your hats. Get ready for some dynamite on-the-set stories and some remarkable behind-the-scenes photographs as you grow up through the eyes of Stephen Lodge – a true adventurer and... More > cowboy – on and off the set. Roll the camera! Clap the slate! Get ready for Lodge’s brand new book: “And Action!” You might say Stephen Lodge was born on the set. At least his initial interest in movies, especially Westerns, began when his father brought home the family’s first television set. From that point forward, Steve’s love for everything Western was unstoppable. Although he may have started his life like most other kids of the 1950s, he began to realize all too quickly that with an aunt and uncle in the movie business he had an opportunity of a lifetime within his grasp. So, with his younger brother, Bobby, Steve set off on a true adventure; a stimulating journey that would find him on both sides of the camera. .< Less
Adventure 1950 October By Arthur Wyllie
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This is a facsimile reprint of the October 1950 issue of the long running action pulp series Adventure.
THE WILD BLUE YONDER(My Service in the U.S.A.F. 1950-1954 By Stan Grevera
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Six months after North Korea invaded the south, the United States along with Allies under the United Nations entered what was called a Policing Action. The United States had troops stationed in South... More > Korea and immediately mobilized to combat the illegal invasion. The Conflict would last three years and would end with an Armistice but no surrender by the North. This Armistice is still in effect today. The U.S. lost 33,000 men in that war.< Less
Perfect Commando Productions Presents Heroes of Long Ago: When Worlds Collide (United Kingdom Print) By David Blanchard et al.
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This is what it’s like when worlds collide! The world is coming to an end and the only hope humanity has for survival is to build a space ark before the Neptune-sized extrasolar planet called... More > Bellus collides destroying all we know. Will the lucky few selected of the human race reach the single Earth-like moon, Zyra, which orbits around Bellus, will it be habitable when they get there, or is the human race’s faith sealed. Adapted from the classic 1951 motion picture of the same name this re-mastered UK print will let you see and experience classic science fiction comics as they was meant to be.< Less
Grandpa's Favorite Stories By Larry Reigle
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A collection of stories about boys in the 1950s in middle America. Told at bedtime from a grandfather to his grandchildren.
Saving Henry By Rusty Savage
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On a warm fall day in late September, a fifteen-year-old boy and his twin sister step off a city bus in front of the gate at the county fair. It is opening day, and they expect to be there all day... More > and ride the bus home that night full of the joy and excitement of it all. But before the day ends, tragedy strikes, and the lives of two families are changed forever. Danny knows that it must be something to find, an answer to save his friend.< Less
Specter Five: Late Fall By chris aubin
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It's Los Angeles 1958. The Afterworld has reached capacity and the souls of the dead must live among the living here on earth. With a criminal element still intact with the ghosts, the LAPD has... More > formed its Spectral Task Force to keep the peace. In this second story in the series,Detective Johnathon Irving "Ink" Washington and his ghost colleague Specter Five must find the ghost of legendary magician Alcazar the Great before all hell breaks loose.< Less
Thunderbolt! By Martin Caidin & Robert S. Johnson
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Thunderbolt! The Extraordinary Story of a World War II Ace is the incredible true life story of Robert S. Johnson, one of America’s leading fighter pilot aces in World War II. His memoir is an... More > action-packed account of how a young man from Lawton, Oklahoma went on to amass 28 enemy kills, the first U. S. Army Air Force pilot in the European theater to surpass Eddie Rickenbacker's World War I tally of 26 enemy planes destroyed. Johnson’s detailed, vivid descriptions of close-scrapes with Goering’s elite fighters and his numerous other skirmishes makes Thunderbolt! essential reading for World War 2 buffs.< Less
The Clovis Chronicles: Book One By Tom DiFrancesca III
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As time unravels and the end of days is quickly nearing, mysterious unexplained events are occurring all around the world. Clovis, a small city located in eastern New Mexico, is no exception. UFO... More > sightings, a mysterious compound under construction just outside of town, and the pending yet unexpected arrival of thousands of strangers are only some of the eerie events unfolding. This first book of a series invites you to witness divine destiny being fulfilled in the lives of two childhood sweethearts. After having been separated from each other and from God for a span of almost fifty years, they are supernaturally reunited in order to lead a battle against an evil conspiracy that was birthed just prior to World War Two. Experience glimpses into the hero's and heroine's pasts, which include flying saucers, cowboys, angels, demons, and believe or not, some famous 1950's rock and roll icons. Also added into the mix, are very large portions of action, adventure, and suspense.< Less
Bullring Days One: On the Road By Wes Boyd
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Mel Austin didn't want to be just a farmhand for his brother, so after the Army and World War II, he attended college on the GI Bill. But after graduating, he couldn't stand the thought of teaching... More > in a big-city slum high school, either. A wartime friend asks him to join his ragtag midget auto racing show, Mel figures it's better than pumping gas until school starts. In love with the thrills, action, and a chance to see the country, he spends several years vagabonding with the show through the turbulent and now half-forgotten world of the early 1950s. Adventure and new friends abound, and his life winds up going to places he could never have dreamed.< Less

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