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  1. Helen Chandler (February 1, 1906 - April 30, 1965) 52 years after her early death at fifty-nine, ardent horror fans remember Helen Chandler as the fragile beauty Mina Howard in the Universal horror film "Dracula" (1931) who is seduced by the famous vampire himself. Although Helen was not impressed by the role she is most famous for, it continues to be a reminder of the talented young woman she was during her short time on this earth. Originally born in Charleston, South Carolina, Helen Chandler rose up to become one of the most popular actresses in the Big Apple, and starred in
  2. A poem I shared in the Universal Horror group on Facebook, thought I'd post it here too. Let me know your favorites among these.... Fans of Universal horror films know an awful lot, And know many things that others just do not. They know that Victor Frankenstein actually went by Henry, And that his monster was played by not one actor, but many. Karloff came first and was thought by many the best, Chaney, Lugosi, and Strange brought to life the rest. But before Frankenstein, Dracula came first, Lugosi played the vampire with the unhealthy thirst. But there were more monsters like t
  3. If you haven't gotten a chance, pick up this fascinating read. It dispells a lot of myths and controversies surrounding the film. As many have said before, Gary D. Rhodes takes a scholar's pen to researching and unearthing long forgotten information; shedding new light on Tod Browning and the making of DRACULA. Worth every penny and was released 84 years ago this very weekend. http://www.amazon.com/Tod-Brownings-Dracula-Gary-Rhodes/dp/0956683452/ or http://www.amazon.co.uk/Tod-Brownings-Dracula-Gary-Rhodes/dp/0956683452
  4. Hi Everyone, I haven't posted here in a while but thought you might be interested to know that I have completed a lengthy book about F. W. Murnau's silent masterpiece, NOSFERATU: A SYMPHONY OF HORROR. It is now available through Amazon and other booksellers. NOSFERATU was the second silent film I ever saw as a child (in a 30 minute condensation called THE TERROR OF DRACULA). It was also the first 8mm silent film I ever purchased. I have loved the film literally my entire life, have viewed it countless times, and I finally decided to write a book about it. It is heavily illustrated and a l
  5. The Attaboy Clarence Podcast is proud to present 'A Universe Of Horrors', the latest special episode; a seven hour documentary detailing the rise of Universal Studios, of the horror genre, the movies, the stars and the personalities behind Hollywood's classic cycle of horror flicks. To get the show, visit the site at attaboyclarence.com or get it from iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/attaboy-clarence-podcast-classic/id804001187?mt=2
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