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Remember HUGO HAAS?


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To my recollection, Hugo Haas was known for his low budget potboilers, like "Pickup", "The Girl on the Bridge", "Thy Neighbor's Wife", "One Girl's Confession" which starred blonde 'bimbos' Beverly Michaels and Cleo Moore.

 

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I caught Lizzie a while back. It was pretty good. Based on the novel The Bird's Nest by Shirley Jackson, it was about a woman with multiple personality disorder. It was quite similar to The Three Faces of Eve, and I think it came out first! The lead actress did a good job. There's also a song by a VERY young (and handsome) Johnny Mathis.

 

I've never seen any other movie by Haas. All I know about his films comes from The Psychotronic Encyclopedia of Film, which made them sound pretty bad. They seemed to follow a typical pattern: middle-aged guy (Haas himself) gets hurt by a young floozy.

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