"Fakes", generating spurious and entirely non-existent film titles and casts with the stipulation that the cast itself must be reasonably accurate to the era. So the "year" tends to be the important variable along with the captione genre:
"The Loves of Rasputin
" (1940) starring Bela Lugosi, Maria Montez, Grady Sutton, Jon Hall, Sabu & Shemp Howard
"Fascist Beach Partei
" (1964) starring Deborah Whalley, Tommy Kirk, Yvonne Craig, Bobby Watson, Joe Devlin, Harvey Lembeck, with music from Peter & Gordon, The Supremes and Gary Lewis and the Playboys.
"Zorro and Calamity Jane Against the World
" (1964) starring Gordon Scott and Joi Lansing
"I Orbited The Moon with an All Girl Crew
" (1968) starring Dean Martin, Mary Ann Mobley, Yvonne Craig, Stella Stevens and Wally Cox"
"Django Against Sputnik
" (1966) starring Franco Nero, Lee Van Clief and Chelo Alonso
But whether my intent is parody or simply close mimicry, I could never come up with a title as patently ridiculous or a film as inane as
"Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter".
As Harrison Ford once told George Lucas on a sound stage far far away "George you can write this shit, but you sure as hell can't say it!"
Labels: Abe Lincoln, Bela Lugosi, Bobby Watson, Deborah Whalley, Grady Sutton, Harvey Lembeck, Joe Devlin, Jon Hall, Maria Montez, Peter and Gordon, Sabu, Shemp Howard, Tommy Kirk, Yvonne Craig