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Who is Al Adamson?
Al Adamson was a prolific director of B-grade horror films throughout the 1960s and 1970s.
- also known as Lyle Felice, Albert Victor, George Sheaffer, D. Dixon Jr., Albert Victor Adamson Jr.
- born on (86 years ago) in Hollywood, child of Victor Adamson and Dolores Booth
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Film director, film producer, actor, screenwriter
- died on (20 years ago) in Indio of murder
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by Peter Dendle
Dir: Al Adamson. Prod: Al Adamson. Screenplay: Dick Poston, Chris Mar- tino. Story: Al Adamson, Samuel Sherman. Cast: John Carradine, Kent Taylor, Tommy Kirk, Regina Carrol, Roy Morton, Tacey Robbins, Arne Warda, Blood of Ghastly Horror 23.
by David Thomson
Psycho a GoGo (65, Al Adamson); Rat Fink (65, Landis); The Road to Nashville ( 67, Robert Patrick); The Name of the Game Is Kill (68, Gunnar Hellstrom), about a Hungarian (played by Jack Lord!) in the southwest desert who meets Susan Strasberg, snakes ...
by Bill Palmer, Karen Palmer, Richard Meyers
Co: Harry Hope & Inter-Asso; Dir: Al Adamson; Pro: Harry Hope; Ex.Pro: Oscar L. Nichols, Dick Randall; S.P.: Harry Hope; Cast: Jim Kelly. George Lazenby, April Sommers. Aldo Rey. Bob Minor (Tutuago), Patch Mackenzie (Pullia). Linda Lawrence. T.E. Forman, Frank Scarpitto, Terry Moore; Intro: Myron Bruce Lee; Special Guest: Harold “Odd Job” Sakata; Dist: Best Film & Video. Santomacino, “ The Pig” (Harold Sakata) is after the formula for a weather control device invented by Dr.
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Quotes about Al Adamson
He was certainly in a confused state. I used to go and visit him in Callan Park. They were really - to me they were the best poets those two writing in those days but it wasn't very encouraging because, well, they weren't getting far were they? (Robert Adamson)
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