Interviews with B Science Fiction and Horror Movie Makers: Writers, Producers, Directors, Actors, Moguls and Makeup

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McFarland, 27.9.2006 - 425 sivua
For fans of SF and horror films, will there ever be a decade to compare with the 1950s? Actors, directors, producers, and crews prevailed over microbudgets and four-day shooting schedules to create enduring films. This book turns a long-overdue spotlight on many who made memorable contributions to that crowded, exhilarating filmmaking scene. John Agar, Beverly Garland, Samuel Z. Arkoff, Gene Corman, and two dozen more reminisce about the most popular genre titles of the era. Lengthy, in-depth interviews feature canny questions, pointed observations, rare photos, and good fun.
 

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Interviews with B science fiction and horror movie makers: writers, producers, directors, actors, moguls, and makeup

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There is a guilty pleasure in watching good-bad films, and these 28 interviews, marked by incisive questioning and well-spoken responses, capture some of the feeling. This work focuses primarily on ... Lue koko arvostelu

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Samuel Z Arkoff
17
John Ashley
37
Edward Bernds
47
Susan Cabot
65
Robert Clarke
75
Gene Corman
93
Richard E Cunha zaf Arthur A Jacobs
105
Howard W Koch
209
lb J Melchior
261
Strock
311
Index
397
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Tom Weaver of Sleepy Hollow, New York, has been interviewing moviemakers for 35 years. The New York Times called him a leading scholar in the horror field and USA Today has described him as the king of the monster hunters. Classic Images said he was “the best interviewer we have today.” A frequent contributor to film magazines, he has written many books about American popular culture and is also a Blu-ray audio commentator.

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