Euro-Fantastico: No Survivors Please/The Black Cobra
No Survivors Please – An alien voice orders him to crash the plane with “no survivors please.”
The Black Cobra – A truck driver forges a trail of vengeance on a sinister search to prove his innocence of murder.
No Survivors Please – An American ambassador is scheduled to take a flight. As the pilot of the plane drives to the airport, an alien voice orders him to crash the plane with “no survivors please.” A civilization from another universe is planning accidents of key figures. The aliens plans are to force an atomic war on the earth to destroy the planet. The interplanetary invaders would then conquer and inhabit the earth. An American reporter, suspicious of the events, starts to investigate. As he is about to solve the riddle, he too, succumbs to this alien force. Will these invaders have the strength to annihilate life on earth as we know it?
1964 | 92 min | B&W | 1.33:1/4×3 | Dolby Digital | All Region | NR
The Black Cobra – In the black of night on a super highway, a truck carrying a sinister cargo of narcotics rushes on. Suddenly a white police car forces it to a stop. As the driver and his chief step out, they realize that they are at the mercy of a rival gang – and not the police. The syndicate chief vainly tries to escape and is murdered. To obliterate all traces of the crime, the gang sets the truck afire and drives it over a mountainside. In the confusion the driver escapes and seeks refuge with friends. The police find the burned truck and the driver becomes hunted on the suspicion of murder. The driver then forges a trail of vengeance on his sinister search to prove his innocence.
1965 | 95 min | B&W | 1.33:1/4×3 | Dolby Digital | All Region | NRActors
No Survivors Please – Maria Perschy, Robert Cunningham, U. Friedrichsen, Karen Blanguernon, Gustavo Rojo,
Rolf von Nauckhoff, Rolf Wanka
The Black Cobra – Adrian Hoven, Ann Smyrner, Wolfgang Preiss, Paul Dahlke, Hans Richter, Peter Vogel, Emmerick SchrenkDirected by
No Survivors Please – Hans Albin, Peter Berneis
The Black Cobra – Rudolf Zehetgruber