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Al Adamson

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Al Adamson was a prolific director of B-grade horror films throughout the 1960s and 1970s.

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Google previewThe Zombie Movie Encyclopedia (2000)

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.

Google previewThe New Biographical Dictionary Of Film 5Th Ed (2010)

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 ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Martial Arts Movies (1995)

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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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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