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Terence Fisher
Terence Fisher
23-02-1904
Maida Vale, London, England
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Director Terence Fisher Filmography

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Hammer: The Studio That Dripped Blood
Artist: James Bernard , James Carreras , Michael Carreras , Peter Cushing , Bette Davis
Released Date: 01-01-1987
Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell
Director: Terence Fisher
Music Director: James Bernard
Released Date: 02-05-1974
Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed
Director: Terence Fisher
Music Director: James Bernard
Released Date: 20-05-1969
The Devil Rides Out
The Devil Rides Out ( English )
Director: Terence Fisher
Music Director: James Bernard , Arthur Cox , Philip Martell
Released Date: 20-07-1968
Night of the Big Heat
Night of the Big Heat ( English )
Director: Terence Fisher , Ray Frift
Music Director: Malcolm Lockyer , Malcolm Lockyer , Dudley Messenger , E. Karnon
Released Date: 01-05-1967
Frankenstein Created Woman
Director: Terence Fisher
Music Director: James Bernard
Released Date: 18-03-1967
Island of Terror
Island of Terror ( English )
Director: Terence Fisher
Music Director: Malcolm Lockyer
Released Date: 20-06-1966
Dracula: Prince of Darkness
Director: Terence Fisher
Music Director: James Bernard
Released Date: 09-01-1966
The Earth Dies Screaming
Director: Terence Fisher , Gordon Gilbert
Music Director: Elisabeth Lutyens
Released Date: 14-10-1964
The Gorgon
The Gorgon ( English )
Director: Terence Fisher
Music Director: James Bernard , Roy Hyde
Released Date: 21-08-1964
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Terence Fisher Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Terence Fisher (23 February 1904 – 18 June 1980) was a film director who worked for Hammer Films. He was born in Maida Vale, a district of London, England. Fisher was one of the most prominent horror directors of the second half of the 20th century. He was the first to bring gothic horror alive in full colour, and the sexual overtones and explicit horror in his films, while mild by modern standards, were unprecedented in his day. His first major gothic horror film was The Curse of Frankenstein (1957), which launched Hammer's long association with the genre and made British actors Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee leading horror stars of the era. He went on to film a number of adaptations of classic horror subjects, including Dracula (1958), The Hound of the Baskervilles (1959) and The Mummy (1959). Given their subject matter and lurid approach, Fisher's films, though commercially successful, were largely dismissed by critics during his career. It is only in recent years that Fisher has become recognised as an auteur in his own right. His films are characterised by a blend of fairy-tale, myth and sexuality. They draw heavily on Christian themes, and there is usually a hero who defeats the powers of darkness by a combination of faith in God and reason, in contrast to other characters, who are either blindly superstitious or bound by a cold, godless rationalism (as noted by critic Paul Leggett in Terence Fisher: Horror, Myth and Religion, 2001). For a detailed discussion of Fisher's works, see The Charm of Evil: The Films of Terence Fisher by Wheeler Winston Dixon (Metuchen N.J. and London: Scarecrow Press, 1991). Description above from the Wikipedia article Terence Fisher, licensed under CC-BY-SA,full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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