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Nicholas Webster
Nicholas Webster
24-07-1912
Spokane, Washington, USA
3
Dead to the World

Director Nicholas Webster Filmography

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      Santa Claus Conquers the Martians
      Artist: John Call , Leonard Hicks , Vincent Beck , Bill McCutcheon , Victor Stiles
      Director: Nicholas Webster , Marguerite James
      Music Director: Milton Delugg , Dennis Maitland
      Release date: 14-11-1964
      Gone Are the Days!
      Gone Are the Days! ( English )
      Director: Nicholas Webster
      Release date: 09-08-1963
      Dead to the World
      Dead to the World ( English )
      Artist: Reedy Talton , Jana Pearce , Ford Rainey , Casey Peyson , John McLiam
      Director: Nicholas Webster
      Release Year: 1961
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          Nicholas Webster Biography

          From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Nicholas Webster (24 July 1912 — 12 August 2006) was an American film and television director. Chiefly remembered for his CBS program The Violent World of Sam Huff (1960; featuring the first use of a wireless microphone on television); the ABC Close Up documentary Walk in My Shoes (1961), nominated for an Emmy as the best television program of the year [1], it was the first time the story of African Americans was told in their own words on television; Purlie Victorious (1963; also known as Gone Are the Days), the film version of Ossie Davis' acclaimed stage play starring Davis, Ruby Dee, and Alan Alda in his first film role); and the feature film Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1964), a children's favorite for more than 40 years and noteworthy to trivia buffs as Pia Zadora's first film. It was originally reviewed as "a children's film adults won't mind sitting through", though it was later listed by the Medved brothers as one of the 50 worst films of all time, thus ensuring its ongoing cult status); and the ABC special Ridin' the Rails: The Great American Train Story (1974), which featured Johnny Cash. The program was recently re-released by Rhino Records. Description above from the Wikipedia article Nicholas Webster, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia. ​

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