Key Genre Films Of The Fifties

Key Genre Films Of The Fifties

Come the fifties, the power of the atom had undeniably hooked the public on the wonders of science. Coupled with the development of rocket power and the first major UFO sightings, this provided a wealth of exploitable material for the film industry. Animator George...
Key Genre Films Of The Forties

Key Genre Films Of The Forties

The forties got off to a cracking start with Paramount‘s Technicolor production of Doctor Cyclops (1940) starring Albert Dekker as a crazed scientist who discovers the secret of miniaturisation deep in the South American jungles. The film contains superb special...
Key Genre Films Of The Thirties

Key Genre Films Of The Thirties

DRACULA (1930) was originally intended as a vehicle for Lon Chaney Senior, who sadly passed away, so Universal turned to the relatively unknown Bela Lugosi, who was very familiar with the role following a two-year stint in the stage production. This opportunity for...
Key Genre Films Of The Twenties

Key Genre Films Of The Twenties

After making a version of The Golem in 1914, Paul Wegener went on to make a series of fairy tales, but he returned to a longer and grander version of THE GOLEM (1920) story. This second Golem (subtitled How He Came Into The World), which still exists in an 85-minute...
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