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The World Of Roger Corman Revealed!

by  |  December 7th, 2011  |  News

Roger Corman on the set of the classic 1961 movie, 'The Pit And The Pendulum' starring: Vincent Price!

Roger Corman (The Tomb Of Ligiea).  This guy really doesn’t need any introduction, I mean with over 400 credits to his name this Hollywood legend has given their start to or with, with probably the largest cross section of the Hollywood A-List crowd from the last 50 years!

Including Jack Nicholson (In the movies, The Terror and Little Shop Of Horrors)

Ron Howard (In the Movie Grand Theft Auto)

David Carradine and Sylvester Stallone (Both in the movie, Death Race 2000).

And that is just to name a few…

Now writer/Director Alex Stapleton  (Outside In: The Story Of Art In The Streets) takes you in to the world of this Hollywood rebel, and the movies he has made, through interviews and stories of some of Hollywood’s leading talent of the last 40 years!

Now  with this documentary set for a limited released next week on December 16th, we thought that you guys might enjoy the trailer for the upcomning Documentary, Corman’s World: Exploits Of A Hollywood Rebel, as well as a look at a few of his legendary movies!

Corman’s World: Exploits Of A Hollywood Rebel:

Slumber Party Massacre 2 (1987):


Big Bad Mama (1974):

Queen Of Blood (1966):

Day The World Ended (1955):


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