Marino Masé is Dr. Derek Joyce in (1965) and can be seen from 32:50 onward. Nightmare Castle
Marino Masé (1939 – 2022) was an Italian actor. He appeared in more than 70 films between 1961 and 2006 and is known for performances in such films as Nightmare Castle (1965), Tenebrae (1982) and The Belly of an Architect (1987).
Above is the full version of
Nightmare Castle (1965) a mad doctor and the new flesh type of plot film starring a whipped Barbara Steele.
“ Mercedes Benz” (1971)
Bob Neuwirth was an American singer-songwriter best-known for co-writing “Mercedes Benz” (1971).
Razzy Bailey was an American musician working in the country soul idiom, known for such compositions as “ I Hate Hate” (1974), a country soul composition and Balearic classic.
“I Hate Hate”
Hurt So Bad” (1965)
Bobby Weinstein was an American songwriter known for such compositions as “Hurt So Bad” (1965).
Grant Green’s version of “Hurt So Bad”
“ Prix choc” (1996) by Étienne de Crécy
“Prix choc” (1996) by Étienne de Crécy sampled
Grant Green‘s version of the song.
Ricardo Bofill was a Spanish architect who built Xanadu (1971), La Muralla Roja (1973) and Walden 7 (1975).
promotional video to ‘Visions of Architecture’ (2019), a work on Ricardo Bofill
His work references Gaudí, Palladio and Archigram.
Bofill’s opus is of major significance in European postmodern architecture.
Peter Bogdanovich was an American director and general film person.
To me, he is an integral part of the Roger Corman phenomenenon.
Of all his films, I have the fondest memories of
Paper Moon, I remember the beginning of that film vividly.
Above, a documentary by a certain Adam Hulin.
Happy new year from us.
“ Love Hangover” (1976)
Marilyn McLeod was an American singer-songwriter known for such compositions as “Love Hangover” (1976).
train chase scene The Wrong Trousers
Bob Baker was a a British screenwriter. He was best known for his writing on . Wallace and Gromit
Sonny featured in Japanorama
Sonny Chiba was a Japanese actor and martial artist, a contemporary to Bruce Lee in Hong Kong.
opening title scene of (1973) Karate Kiba
I give you the opening title scene of
Karate Kiba (1973) and the episode from Japanorama from 2007.
Karate Kiba sequence has been copied nearly verbatim in Pulp Fiction (1994).
(1979) Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears
Vladimir Menshov was a Soviet and Russian actor and film director best-known for his film Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears (1979).