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  • Episode 6: Hong Kong Action!
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    From Shao-Lin assassins to blood and guts street fighting action, the action kung-fu cinema of Hong Kong re-wrote the book on action films around the world. In the final installment of Missing Reel, we take a look at the impact and characters that made Hong Kong action films among the most legendary of the grindhouse era.

  • Episode 5: "Car Chase Pictures"
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    They are an obsession, and the open-road symbol of the rebel. If cars are America's great love, then Car Chase Pictures are the dirty Polaroids in America's sock drawer.

  • Episode 4: "Nature Gone Wild"
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    The most primal fears of man are realized as the animal inhabitants of the planet take the upper-hand in film after film. From giant insects, rats, and rabbits to some pretty pissed off birds and bears - the fur and feathers fly as Missing Reel takes a cringing look at Nature Gone Wild!

  • Episode 3: "Women In Prison"
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    Passion and violence erupt behind the confines of steel bars. The Women In Prison films of the grindhouse era was easily the most controversial, and rarely disappointed. This time the folks at Missing Reel guide you through the history and icons of this bizarre, and often hard to watch genre.

  • Episode 2: "Zombies!"
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    The walking undead have been a part of popular storytelling since the very first story was carved in to stone. But the real fun didn't start until the grindhouse era! This time, Missing Reel takes you on a journey of discovery, and reveals the roots of popular cultures most beloved brain eaters.

  • Episode 1: "Blaxploitation"
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    From an independent feature about the struggle of the inner cities, to big budget action movies, Missing Reel explains the origins and icons of the Grindhouse era genre known as 'Blaxploitation'.

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    They are an obsession, and the open-road symbol of the rebel. If cars are America's great love, then Car Chase Pictures are the dirty Polaroids in America's sock drawer.

    Credits: Created and Produced by - Kurt Loyd
    Recording and Post-Production Audio - Sean Bartley
    Theme ("30 Seconds") - Mark Mager
    Title Animations - Alan Winston
    Title Voiceover - Andrew Hoeflein

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