Alan Gibson


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Dracula A.D. 1972 -- (Movie Clip) I Summoned You Johnny (Christopher Neame), whose hippie London pals think this is just a lark, and don't know he's a real vampire-servant, has settled for Laura (Caroline Munro) in his first occult ceremony, but still hopes to lure Jess (Stephanie Beacham), as he tries to resurrect his master (Christopher Lee), in Hammer Films' Dracula A.D. 1972, 1972.
Dracula A.D. 1972 -- (Movie Clip) I Think It's All Kinky We've just met Jess (Stephanie Beacham), whose swingin' London friends are thinking the occult might be fun, returning home to her grand-dad who turns out to be Peter Cushing, grand-son of the Cushing who killed the title character 100 years earlier in the prologue, in Hammer Films' Dracula A.D. 1972, 1972.
Dracula A.D. 1972 -- (Movie Clip) Alligator Man Still in the opening scenes with a bunch of London hippies who like to crash society parties and see how long it takes for the cops to show up, the band is Stoneground, from California, the song by front-man Sal Valentino, Christopher Neame (son of famous director Ronald) the nasty Johnny, in Hammer Films' mod-horror romp Dracula A.D. 1972, 1972.
Crescendo (1972) -- (Movie Clip) The Fog's Lifted Stefanie Powers is American thesis student Susan, staying at the home of the deceased French composer she’s studying, Margaretta Scott the increasingly spooky widow, Joss Ackland the chauffeur, pianist and more, in Hammer Films’ Crescendo, 1972, co-starring James Olson.
Crescendo (1972) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Georges Opening not far from art-film territory, James Olson on horseback, whom we’ll soon learn is heroin-addicted Frenchman Georges, Alan Gibson directing, in Hammer Films’ Crescendo, 1972, starring Stefanie Powers, Margaretta Scott and Joss Ackland.