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Poverty Row Horrors!: Monogram, PRC and Republic Horror Films of the Forties

Poverty Row Horrors Monogram PRC and Republic Horror Films of the Forties 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

  • Title: Poverty Row Horrors!: Monogram, PRC and Republic Horror Films of the Forties
  • Author: Tom Weaver
  • ISBN: 9780786407989
  • Page: 407
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 Essays contain full filmographic dPoverty 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 Essays contain full filmographic data on the 31 horror chillers made by the three studios from 1940 through 1946 and are arranged by year of release Each entry includes the date of release, length, production credits, cast credits, interview quotes, and a plot synopsis with critical commentary Filmographies for prominent horror actors and actresses, from John Abbott to George Zucco, are provided in the appendices.

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    1 thought on “Poverty Row Horrors!: Monogram, PRC and Republic Horror Films of the Forties

    1. Detailed information on "B" horror movies from Poverty Row producers. Each film has a pithy recounting of its plot (such as it is) and is followed by humorous commentary.It took me a while to read this books because after I finished each chapter, I went online to watch the film (most of them are available free on youtube and elsewhere).A fun and informative read.

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