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  • This was the " breakthrough " film for B-movie director Al Adamson.
  • After digging for 18 hours, authorities discovered the body of Al Adamson last Wednesday.
  • Al Adamson was reported missing in 1995.
  • She met Al Adamson in a coffee shop in 1968 that led her to appear in several of his films.
  • His son, Al Adamson, would later follow his father in producing B movies during the 1960s and 1970s.
  • Al Adamson was a film artist of the class that most film buffs ignore, except when needed as objects of fashionable contempt.
  • "Blood of Dracula's Castle " ( 1969 ) was a low-budget entry from director Al Adamson.
  • She starred in several films by Al Adamson and played the henchwoman Velvet in " Ilsa, Harem Keeper of the Oil Sheiks ".
  • ""'Blood of Ghastly Horror " "'is a 1972 horror film directed by Al Adamson and starring John Carradine.
  • Tower Video, on Hollywood's Sunset Boulevard, reports a tide of calls from people suddenly interested in discovering the " oeuvre " of Al Adamson.
  • NO, CUTTING CORNERS . . . On another level entirely, there were worse directors than Al Adamson-the immortal Ed Wood, for one-but Adamson had his moments.
  • *" Death Dimension " : An action and martial arts film by Al Adamson starring Jim Kelly, Harold Sakata, George Lazenby, Terry Moore, and Aldo Ray.
  • Al Adamson, a movie director whose films included " Five Bloody Graves " and " Satan's Sadists, " was found murdered and buried underneath his house.
  • In his final horror film, " Dracula vs . Frankenstein " ( 1971 ), directed by Al Adamson, he played Groton, Dr . Frankenstein's mute henchman.
  • ""'Blood of Dracula's Castle " "'is a 1969 cult B-movie directed by Al Adamson and released by exploitation film specialists Crown International Pictures.
  • 1970 saw Al Adamson return with " Dracula vs . Frankenstein ", a grade Z budget film with Zandor Vorkov as the Count terrorizing a California boardwalk community with Frankenstein's monster in tow.
  • "If Roger Corman is the B movie king, Al Adamson was his Z movie equivalent, " said Paul M . Sammon, author of numerous film books and a recognized authority on exploitation movies.
  • David Konow's very amusing Schlock-O-Rama : The Films of Al Adamson ( Lone Eagle, $ 19.95 ) tells you all you could ever want to know about Adamson and his ouevre.
  • After a career hiatus, he briefly returned to filmmaking when he produced two horror films with son Al Adamson, " Halfway to Hell " in 1961 and " Two Tickets to Terror " in 1963.
  • Independent International Pictures Corp ., the company he founded with cult filmmaker Al Adamson, during the 1960s grew into one of the largest distributors of drive-in movies by supplying viewers with a steady diet of bikers, blood and breasts.
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