Director, Roy William Neill, was born Roland de Gostrie on Sep 4, 1887 in (ship off Ireland), Ireland. Neill died at the age of 59 on Dec 14, 1946 in London, England .
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Black Moon (1934, )on Mar 4, 2013 From The Stop Button
Before getting into all the great things about Black Moon, I need to talk about the racism. There’s the general thirties racism, with the black sidekick (Clarence Muse) being constantly cartoonish. But the film’s entire plot is racist–it’s about a Caribbean island full of voo... Read full article
Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (1943, )on Feb 26, 2010 From The Stop Button
Of all the Universal monster movies, The Wolf Man “deserved” a real sequel most. With Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man, Lon Chaney Jr.’s abilities to essay the Larry Talbot role really shine through. I’ve read (and maybe even repeated here) Chaney never gets credit for playing... Read full article
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