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Poverty row horrors!

Monogram, PRC, and Republic horror films of the forties

by Tom Weaver

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Published by McFarland in Jefferson, N.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Horror films -- United States -- History and criticism,
    • B films

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Tom Weaver ; research associates, Michael Brunas and John Brunas.
      ContributionsBrunas, Michael., Brunas, John.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPN1995.9.H6 W38 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 376 p. :
      Number of Pages376
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1743194M
      ISBN 100899507565
      LC Control Number92050324

        Buy Poverty Row Horrors: Monogram, PRC and Republic Horror Films of the Forties (McFarland Classics) New Ed by Tom Weaver (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(7). Tom Weaver has 45 books on Goodreads with ratings. Tom Weaver’s most popular book is Universal Horrors: The Studio's Classic Films,

      Added to a later edition of the "Forgotten Horrors" book. From 16mm. A SHOT IN THE DARK () Charles Starrett, Robert Warwick, Edward Van Sloan. A fine poverty row murder mystery on a college campus. Starrett and Warwick discover a killer's mysterious murder weapon. From 16mm MURDER AT GLEN ATHOL () John Miljan, Irene Ware. The Forgotten Horrors book series by multiple authors includes books Forgotten Horrors Vol. 8: The Resurrection of Edgar Allan Poe, Forgotten Horrors Vol. The Missing Years, Forgotten Horrors Vol. 4: Dreams That Money Can Buy, and several more.

      Forgotten Horrors by George E. Turner & Michael H. Price. Barnes & Co. Hardcover. pages. Go to Forgotten Horrors 2: Beyond the Horror Ban Go to Forgotten Horrors 3: Dr. Turner's House of Horrors. I first heard about the existence of this book through Sinister Cinema's Recommended Reading section and finally after all this time located a copy in London.   Down and Out on Poverty Row Horror Comedy on Black Island The Poverty Row Years Val Lewton: A Touch of Class Chapter Four. Atomic Interlude Sci-Fi Horrors Voodoo's Last Gasps The Mass Destruction of Men's Minds Chapter Five.5/5(5).


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The book also spotlights some of the truly little known poverty row horrors: "Strangler of the Swamp", "The Face of Marble", `The Girl who Dared" and more. Weaver brings his vast knowledge and intelligent writing to this book/5(11). This is a list of Poverty Row Horrors inspired by Tom Weaver's book.

I am listing all titles officially available at the moment. These titles are missing: Crazy Knights The Lady and the Monster The Girl who dared The Phantom speaks Vampire's Ghost The Face of Marble The Catman of Paris Valley of the Zombies Spook Busters (only on VHS) -- Idea List by Classicmovies.

Poverty row horror films were usually inexpensively (some would say cheaply) produced with writing that ranged from bad to atrocious.

Yet these movies with their all-star horror casts (Carradine, Lugosi, Karloff, et al.) and their ape men, mad monsters, devil bats and white zombies still have a loyal audience 50 years after their release.

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Yet these movies with their all-star horror casts (Carradine, Lugosi, Karloff, et al.) and their ape men, mad monsters, devil bats and white zombies still have a loyal audience 50 years after their release/5.

Tom Weaver, perhaps the foremost expert on these films is the man behind this fantastic book detailing all 31 poverty row horrors produced by Republic, Monogram, and PRC studios. The Poverty row horrors!

book films are listed in order of release date beginning with 'Boys of the City' in and ending with 'Spookbusters' inboth East Side Kids/Bowery Boys films/5(3).

Poverty Row was a slang term used in Hollywood from the late s through the mids to refer to a variety of small (and mostly short-lived) B movie gh many of them were on (or near) today's Gower Street in Hollywood, the term did not necessarily refer to any specific physical location, but was rather a figurative catch-all for low-budget films produced by these lower-tier.

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Poverty row horror films were usually inexpensively (some would say cheaply) produced with writing that ranged from bad to atrocious. Yet these movies with their all-star horror casts (Carradine, Lugosi, Karloff, et al.) and their ape men, mad monsters, devil bats and white zombies still have a loyal audience 50 years after their release/5(24).

I re-read a genre book that's been around a long time, "Poverty Row Horrors," by Tom Weaver, with help from Michael and John Brunas. It's a marvelous work of film scholarship that covers -- in depth -- the output of Monogram, Producers Releasing Corporation.

Poverty Row Horror films. likes 1 talking about this. This page is for fans of the Poverty Row Horror films of the 30s to the 50s. So many great e has many of them for free,so Followers: Poverty Row Horror films were cheaply produced with writing that ranged from bad to atrocious.

These essays contain full filmographic data on the 31 horror chillers. Ralph Morgan always classes up the joint, and Naish's oily and repulsive Dr. Markoff is a pretty unique character in the poverty row and even major studio horror flicks.

Morgan's acromegaly makeup is effective and creepy, particularly for a PRC flick. Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Weaver, Tom, Poverty row horrors. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, © Book is in Very Good Condition.

Text will be unmarked. May show some signs of use or wear. Will include dust jacket if it originally came with one.

Satisfaction is guaranteed with every order. POVERTY ROW HORRORS!: MONOGRAM, PRC AND REPUBLIC HORROR FILMS OF FORTIES (MCFARLAND CLASSICS S) By Tom Weaver *Excellent Condition*.5/5(1).

THE VAMPIRE BAT and WHITE ZOMBIE, represent the upper echelon of s Poverty Row horror. They could have been made by one of the major studios, and nobody would have been any the wiser.

Lower budget-wise, I'm rather fond of STRANGE ADVENTURE (aka THE WAYNE MURDER CASE), THE MOONSTONE and THE THIRTEENTH GUEST. The Devil Bat is a black-and-white American horror film produced by Producers Releasing Corporation (PRC) and directed by Jean Yarborough. The film stars Bela Lugosi along with Suzanne Kaaren, Guy Usher, Yolande Mallott and the comic team of Dave O'Brien and Donald Kerr as the protagonists.

It was the first horror film from PRC. Although described as a sequel, PRC's film Directed by: Jean Yarborough. Choose Book Poverty Row Horrors!: Monogram, PRC and Republic Horror Films of the Forties.

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Aarenblack. Many of the independent studios were headquartered in a section of Hollywood called “Poverty Row.” Here the independents made movies on the cheap, usually at rented facilities where shooting was limited to only a few days.

From Allied Pictures Corporation to Willis Kent Production, 55 Poverty Row Studios are given histories in this book. Poverty row horror films were usually inexpensively (some would say cheaply) produced with writing that ranged from bad to atrocious.

Yet these movies with their all-star horror casts (Carradine, Lugosi, Karloff, et al.) and their ape men, mad monsters, devil bats and white zombies still have a loyal audience 50 years after their :.

A list of 64 films compiled on Letterboxd, including Boys of the City (), The Ape (), The Devil Bat (), Invisible Ghost () and King of the Zombies ().

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Abigaylesa. Ebook Early Poverty Row Studios (Images of America) Full. hihujat. Open Ebook Early Poverty Row Studios online. gugazolaj. It's that final subject, Poverty Row Horrors, that Weaver has been kind enough to answer several questions we had regarding his wonderful book, "Poverty Row Horrors" (McFarland), that he wrote with research assistance from Michael and John Brunas.

It's a fascinating look at that magical era ( to a bit past World War II) in which Monogram.