Larry Buchanan Movies List

Larry Buchanan
Larry Buchanan
Lost Prairie, Texas, USA
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Director Larry Buchanan Filmography

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Goodnight, Sweet Marilyn
Director: Larry Buchanan
Release Year: 1989
Down on Us
Down on Us ( English )
Artist: Gregory Allen Chatman , Riba Meryl , Bryan Wolf , Sandy Kenyon , Steven Tice
Director: Larry Buchanan
Release Year: 1984
The Loch Ness Horror
The Loch Ness Horror ( English )
Artist: Sandy Kenyon , Miki McKenzie , Barry Buchanan , Eric Scott , Karey-Louis Scott
Director: Larry Buchanan , John S. Curran , Dee Buchanan
Music Director: Richard H. Theiss
Release Year: 1981
Mistress of the Apes
Mistress of the Apes ( English )
Artist: Jenny Neumann , Barbara Leigh , Garth Pillsbury , Walt Robin , Stuart Lancaster
Director: Larry Buchanan
Release Year: 1979
Hughes and Harlow: Angels in Hell
Artist: Victor Holchak , Lindsay Bloom , David McLean , Royal Dano , Adam Roarke
Director: Larry Buchanan
Music Director: Jimmie Haskell
Release Year: 1978
Goodbye, Norma Jean
Goodbye, Norma Jean ( English )
Artist: Misty Rowe , Terence Locke , Patch Mackenzie , Preston Hanson , Marty Zagon
Director: Larry Buchanan
Release date: 01-02-1976
A Bullet for Pretty Boy
Artist: Fabian , Jocelyn Lane , Astrid Warner , Adam Roarke , Michael Haynes
Director: Larry Buchanan , Joreta C. Cherry
Music Director: Harley Hatcher
Release date: 15-07-1970
Strawberries Need Rain
Artist: Les Tremayne , Paul Bertoya , Terry Mace , Gene Otis Shayne , Monica Gayle
Director: Larry Buchanan
Music Director: Ray Martin
'It's Alive!'
'It's Alive!' ( English )
Artist: Tommy Kirk , Shirley Bonne , Bill Thurman , Annabelle Weenick , Corveth Ousterhouse
Director: Larry Buchanan
Music Director:
Release Year: 1969
Hell Raiders
Hell Raiders ( English )
Artist: John Agar , Richard Webb , Joan Huntington , Bill Thurman , Gary McLain
Director: Larry Buchanan
Music Director:
Release Year: 1968
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Larry Buchanan Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Larry Buchanan (born Marcus Larry Seale Jr.) (January 31, 1923 – December 2, 2004) was a film director, producer and writer, who proclaimed himself a "schlockmeister". Many of his titles have landed on "worst movie" lists, but all at least broke even and many made a profit. Buchanan was born in Mexia, Texas. He was orphaned as a baby, and was raised in Dallas in an orphanage. It was while growing up there that he became fascinated with the movies which were shown in the orphanage's theater. He considered becoming a minister, but visited Hollywood and landed a job in the props department at 20th Century Fox. He made movies for the United States Army Signal Corps during World War II. In the early 1950s, Buchanan began producing, writing, editing and acting in his own movies. The first was The Cowboy in 1951. He is perhaps best known for exploitation, science fiction, and other genre films, including Free, White and 21, High Yellow, The Naked Witch, The Loch Ness Horror, and Mistress of the Apes. Among Buchanan's work, eight direct-to-television films he wrote, produced, and directed under his own Azalea Films production entity in the mid- and late-1960s, for American International Pictures, still generate a good degree of fan adoration. The titles — The Eye Creatures, Zontar, The Thing from Venus, Creature of Destruction, Mars Needs Women, In the Year 2889, Curse of the Swamp Creature, Hell Raiders, and It's Alive! — were largely remakes of AIP films from a decade earlier. Buchanan's instructions from AIP were We want cheap color pictures, we want half-assed names in them, we want them eighty minutes long and we want them now. In 1964, Buchanan created The Trial of Lee Harvey Oswald, which presented an alternate history in which John F. Kennedy and Lee Harvey Oswald both survived Kennedy's assassination. In 1984 he produced Down on Us, which charged that the United States government was responsible for the deaths of Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison and Janis Joplin. Buchanan's autobiography is entitled It Came from Hunger: Tales of a Cinema Schlockmeister. After he died in 2004 in Tucson, a long obituary in the New York Times  summarized his work thus: "One quality united Mr. Buchanan's diverse output: It was not so much that his films were bad; they were deeply, dazzlingly, unrepentantly bad. His work called to mind a famous line from H. L. Mencken, who, describing President Warren G. Harding's prose, said, 'It is so bad that a sort of grandeur creeps into it.'" Description above from the Wikipedia article Larry Buchanan, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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