Golden Horrors: An Illustrated Critical Filmography of Terror Cinema, 1931-1939

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McFarland, Feb 10, 2006 - Performing Arts - 528 pages
From the grindhouse oddities to major studio releases, this work details 46 horror films released during the genre’s golden era. Each entry includes cast and credits, a plot synopsis, in-depth critical analysis, contemporary reviews, time of release, brief biographies of the principal cast and crew, and a production history. Apart from the 46 main entries, 71 additional “borderline horrors” are examined and critiqued in an appendix.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Films
9
Borderline Horrors Lost Films and Foreign Exclusions
431
The Ten Best Films from The Golden Age of Horror
489

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About the author (2006)

Psychometrist Bryan Senn’s work has appeared in Filmfax, Cult Movies, Shivers, Midnight Marquee Press and Monsters from the Vault. He lives in the Pacific Northwest.

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