Tuesday, March 6, 2007

Hammer Films: An Exhaustive Filmography

Hammer Films:
An Exhaustive Filmography

Library Binding, 422 pages

Authors: Tom Johnson, Deborah Del Vecchio



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The Hammer Horror Series on DVD

The Hammer Horror Series includes:
The Brides of Dracula - 1960
The Wolfman - 1961
The Phantom of the Opera - 1962
Night Creatures - 1962
The Kiss of the Vampire - 1963
Paranoiac - 1963
The Evil of Frankenstein - 1964
Nightmare - 1964

Starring: Peter Cushing, Herbert Lom, Oliver Reed, and others.
Director: Terence Fisher

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The Curse of Frankenstein Trailer



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The Hammer Horror Collection on DVD

The Hammer Horror Collection includes:

The Curse of Frankenstein - 1957
Horror of Dracula (aka Dracula) - 1958
The Mummy - 1959
Dracula Has Risen From The Grave - 1969
Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed - 1970
Taste the Blood of Dracula - 1970

Starring: Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Hazel Court, and others.
Director: Terence Fisher

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Christopher Lee

"... Lee made nearly thirty films, playing mostly stock action characters.

His first film for Hammer, made in 1956 with his close friend Peter Cushing, was The Curse of Frankenstein, in which he played Frankenstein's monster. That led to his first appearance as the infamous Transylvanian count in the 1958 film Dracula (known as Horror of Dracula in the U.S.) Lee would become indelibly associated with the role and with the horror genre, making another six films as Dracula, five of them for Hammer, as well as many other horror films."

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Hammer Film Productions

"Hammer Film Productions is a film production company in the United Kingdom. Founded in 1934, the company is best known for a series of Gothic 'Hammer Horror' films produced from the late 1950s until the 1970s. Hammer also produced science fiction, thrillers and comedies — and in later years, television series. Hammer films were cheap to produce but nonetheless appeared lavish, making use of quality British actors and cleverly designed, or second-hand, sets. During its most successful years, Hammer dominated the horror film market, enjoying worldwide distribution and considerable financial success. This success was due, in part, to distribution partnerships with major United States studios, such as Warner Brothers."

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Dracula Has Risen From The Grave ..... Movie Clip



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Hammer Films Dracula

From Hammer Entertainment comes Count Dracula in a fully licensed and authorized deluxe collector's edition. This 12 inch figure of Hammer Films Christopher Lee as the infamous Count Dracula has a striking resemblance to Mr. Lee right down to the bloodshot eyes. The piece is poseable with multiple points of articulation, has real fabric clothing including a full length cape, and comes with a crucifix, flaming candlestick and Harker's diary.

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