It Came from Horrorwood: Interviews with Moviemakers in the SF and Horror Tradition

It Came from Horrorwood Interviews with Moviemakers in the SF and Horror Tradition Tom Weaver s classic fifth volume of interviews is now back in print Originally published as It Came from Weaver Five in this collection goes behind the scenes with of the most talkative peop

  • Title: It Came from Horrorwood: Interviews with Moviemakers in the SF and Horror Tradition
  • Author: Tom Weaver
  • ISBN: 9780786420698
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tom Weaver s classic fifth volume of interviews is now back in print Originally published as It Came from Weaver Five in 1996, this collection goes behind the scenes with 20 of the most talkative people of Hollywood s horror, science fiction and serial films of the 1930s through 1960s Delores Fuller loaned Ed Wood her angora sweater, but didn t fully realize he was a traTom Weaver s classic fifth volume of interviews is now back in print Originally published as It Came from Weaver Five in 1996, this collection goes behind the scenes with 20 of the most talkative people of Hollywood s horror, science fiction and serial films of the 1930s through 1960s Delores Fuller loaned Ed Wood her angora sweater, but didn t fully realize he was a transvestite until Glen or Glenda was released Tom Hennesy played the title role in Clint Eastwood s first movie Revenge of the Creature The interviewees include Fuller, Hennesy, Junior Coghlan, Charlotte Austin, Les Baxter, John Clifford, Mara Corday, Kathleen Crowley, Michael Fox, Anne Gwynne, Linda Harrison, Michael Pate, Gil Perkins, Walter Reed, Joseph F Robertson, Aubrey Schenck, Sam Sherman, Gloria Stuart, Gregory Walcott and Robert Wise Also included is A Salute to Ed Wood, with illustrations by Drew Friedman.

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    1. This is a recent guilty pleasure of mine -- hunting down used copies of Tom Weaver's many books featuring his interviews of Hollywood stars -- mostly B movie stories in the SF, horror, mystery genres. Most were published by McFarland, a company specializing in library reference books and scholarly tomes, many of which are astoundingly boring if you don't happen to indulge in their obsessions. Weaver obviously livens up the McFarland backlist!Turns out that interviewing the "little people" of Hol [...]

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