Max J. Rosenberg


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From Beyond The Grave (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Sausages Again? First sketch of the home life of Ian Bannen as downtrodden London middle manager Lowe, who bought shoelaces from the will-be villain, in the second segment (titled An Act Of Kindness) of the horror anthology, carrying little weight with his wife (Diana Dors as Mabel) or son (John O'Farrell), the first feature from the later Hollywood-based prolific TV director Kevin Connor, in From Beyond The Grave, 1973, from stories by Ronald Chetwynd-Hayes.
Scream And Scream Again (1970) — The Amen Corner Another not-cohesive plot shift to a London club (with Welsh pop star Andy Fairweather Low, appearing improbably without a guitar, leading his rarely remembered group “The Amen Corner” in the title song) introduces Judy Huxtable with girlfriend Rosalind Elliot sizing up magnetic Michael Gothard, in the AIP oddity Scream And Scream Again, 1970.
House That Dripped Blood, The (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Also A Murderess Peter Cushing as retired bachelor businessman Grayson is touring the town near the house cited in the title, flashing back on an unexplained photo and visiting a wax museum, meeting the proprietor (Wolfe Morris), in the second of four stories in the horror anthology The House That Dripped Blood, 1970.
House That Dripped Blood, The (1970) -- (Movie Clip) I Was Glad When She Died Chloe Franks is young Jane, previously afraid of fire, Nyree Dawn Porter her governess Ann, and Christopher Lee the father Reid, the third occupants of the house noted in the title, very much opposed to his daughter seeing other kids or having toys, in the four-part horror anthology The House That Dripped Blood, 1970.
Mind Of Mr. Soames, The (1970) -- (Movie Clip) You're Going To Make Him Human Introducing the main players, Nigel Davenport the chief of a British neurological institute, Robert Vaughn, the American surgeon flying in to wake up his star patient, Terence Stamp as the title character, age 30 and comatose since birth, in The Mind Of Mr. Soames, 1970.
Mind Of Mr. Soames, The (1970) -- (Movie Clip) It Was Never Easy Being Born Dr. Bergen (Robert Vaughn) has performed surgery which will cause Terence Stamp, the 30-year old title character, to wake from the coma he’s been in since birth, Nigel Davenport as Dr. Maitland, among those responding when the alarm sounds, in The Mind Of Mr. Soames, 1970.
Mind Of Mr. Soames, The (1970) -- (Movie Clip) He Can't Have Things All His Own Way Several weeks since being awakened from a life-long coma at age 30, Terence Stamp (title character), guided by ambitious chief doctor Maitland (Nigel Davenport), takes his first steps, his surgeon Bergen (Robert Vaughn) more compassionate, in The Mind Of Mr. Soames, 1970.
Dr. Who And The Daleks (1966) -- (Movie Clip) In Electro Kinetic Theory At home in England, sister Susan (Roberta Tovey) and Peter Cushing (title character) receive new boyfriend Ian (Roy Castle) while waiting on Barbara (Jennie Linden), in the meantime showing him the Tardis time machine, in the 1966 non-canon Doctor Who feature, Dr. Who And The Daleks.
Dr. Who And The Daleks (1966) -- (Movie Clip) Must Be The Altitude On the unknown planet, Peter Cushing (title character), with granddaughters Susan (Roberta Tovey) and Barbara (Jennie Linden) and boyfriend Ian (Roy Castle) approach the apparently unpopulated city in search of mercury to fix the time machine, in Dr. Who And The Daleks, 1966.
Dr. Who And The Daleks (1966) -- (Movie Clip) They Called You Monsters The iffy robot Daleks who are holding her family have sent Susan (Roberta Tovey) out into the alien planet to find the Thals, who have the anti-radiation drug they need, meeting Alydon (Barrie Ingham) back at her grand-dad’s time machine, in Dr. Who And The Daleks, 1966.
Psychopath, The (1966) -- (Movie Clip) Danger Road Up Immediately after the credits and not much to go on, a Mini Cooper, a violinist (John Harvey), a red Volvo and a doll, from the 1966 thriller The Psychopath, directed by the famous Hammer Films cameraman Freddie Francis, starring Patrick Wymark.
Psychopath, The (1966) -- (Movie Clip) Mother's Not Very Well London Inspector Holloway (Patrick Wymark) so far only knows that kooky Mrs. Von Sturm (Margaret Johnston) makes dolls like the one found on a murder victim whom, we learn, was her lawyer, her son (John Standing) interrupting the interrogation, in The Psychopath, 1966.