Scripts from the Crypt The Hideous Sun Demon

This is the first in a series of such books from longtime genre fan and chronicler Tom Weaver.

Author: Tom Weaver

Publisher: BearManor Media

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Category: Performing Arts

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In this one-of-a-kind volume, you'll learn everything under the sun about producer-director-star Robert Clarke's 1959 monster classic: Clarke's in-depth account of the making of his low-budget independent movie; reprints of TWO versions of the script, the first set in the jungles of Guatemala; the full story of SUN DEMON's world premiere at a Texas drive-in; anecdotal memories of the frantic filmmaking process from nearly a dozen cast-and-crew participants; the original "Showmanship Manual"; an outline for a follow-up SUN DEMON film proposed by Clarke in the 1970s; scores of rare and never-seen photographs; even an afterword from sexquisite co-star Nan Peterson! This is the first in a series of such books from longtime genre fan and chronicler Tom Weaver. From MONSTERS FROM THE VAULT magazine, reviewed by Bryan Senn: "a fascinating chronicle of independent filmmaking from a bygone era" "Weaver leaves no sun-drenched stone unturned" "Weaver also continues his super-fun Scripts from the Crypt series, begun with The Hideous Sun Demon, with not one but two new entries. No. 2 goes deep on the Lon Chaney cult shocker Indestructible Man (1956). Beyond the complete original screenplay by Vy Russell and Sue Bradford, the profusely illustrated large-format softcover incorporates new and archival quotes from many of the pic's participants, an interview with costar Casey Adams (aka Max Showalter), profiles of colorful filmmaking partners Jack Pollexfen and Aubrey Wisberg, notes on the script, trivia, David Schecter's analysis of the score, and much, much more, including an appreciation by fan/auteur Fred Olen Ray. Even if you, unlike Indestructible Man Butcher Benton, have never chanted the mantra "Paul Lowe, Squeamy Ellis, Joe Marcelli," you'll want to invest your time and dough in this essential tome. -- Videoscope

Scripts from the Crypt The Brute Man

This book tells his full story and pays tribute with a biography chapter, the lowdown on The Brute Man’s production and theatrical release, artist George Chastain’s tribute to other “brute men” of the movies, and more.

Author: Scott Gallinghouse

Publisher: BearManor Media

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Category: Performing Arts

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He made the Universal back lot his own personal preyground: Rondo Hatton, who attained B-movie stardom at the very end of his life via the role of the spine-snapping serial killer The Creeper. The victim of a disfiguring disease, Hatton needed no makeup when he played this night stalker in The Pearl of Death (1944), House of Horrors (1946) and The Brute Man (1946). A lot of misery and physical pain were packed into Rondo Hatton’s 51 years on Earth and he met his challenges with courage. This book tells his full story and pays tribute with a biography chapter, the lowdown on The Brute Man’s production and theatrical release, artist George Chastain’s tribute to other “brute men” of the movies, and more. Also: Rondo’s miraculous 21st-century “rebirth” as a coveted award for the finest in Monster Kid achievement.

Scripts from the Crypt

This book tells his full story and pays tribute with a biography chapter, the lowdown on The Brute Man's production and theatrical release, artist George Chastain's tribute to other "brute men" of the movies, and more.

Author: Scott Gallinghouse

Publisher:

ISBN: 1629334731

Category: Performing Arts

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This book tells his full story and pays tribute with a biography chapter, the lowdown on The Brute Man's production and theatrical release, artist George Chastain's tribute to other "brute men" of the movies, and more.

Son of Dracula

" - Dr. Alison Peirse, After Dracula: The 1930s Horror Film "This is the ultimate tribute to Son of Dracula, an underrated jewel in Universal's 1940s horror pantheon: a reproduction of director Robert Siodmak's annotated script, plus some ...

Author: Gary D. Rhodes

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ISBN: 1629334308

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Gary D. Rhodes guides a ghostly ship through the bayous and backwaters of Louisiana, casting his lantern's light on the vampires of Universal's 1943 classic Son of Dracula. Also illuminated are the film's production history and its original script. Unmoored from the errors of the past, Rhodes, Tom Weaver, Robert Guffey and Robert J. Kiss do that research voodoo that they do so well. "An engaging, thoroughly researched and accessible book that will appeal to film researchers and fans alike. Son of Dracula is finally receiving the attention it deserves." - Dr. Alison Peirse, After Dracula: The 1930s Horror Film "This is the ultimate tribute to Son of Dracula, an underrated jewel in Universal's 1940s horror pantheon: a reproduction of director Robert Siodmak's annotated script, plus some superb bonuses. Sink y9our fangs into it now!" - Steve Kronenberg, Universal Terrors 1951 - 1955 Contains the script, production history, fun facts, the pressbook, and essays by Robet Siodmak and Curt Siodmak.

Script Crypt

What do a perfectly ordinary and normal insane asylum, a secret, subterranean cavern infested by evil spirits and the gateway to Hell have in common? They're all in this book!

Author: Chris Weedin

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780977826346

Category: Games

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What do a perfectly ordinary and normal insane asylum, a secret, subterranean cavern infested by evil spirits and the gateway to Hell have in common? They're all in this book! And they're all lined up, ready and waiting to scare the living bejabbers out of your Players. "Script Crypt Volume 4: Very Bad Places" is a collection of four adventure scripts for "Horror Rules, the Simply Horrible Roleplaying Game," featuring an (un)healthy spread of fiendish and sinister locations for your gaming pleasure. Each site has a dark secret, a terrifying foe or some other just plain nasty feature that qualifies it as an *official* Very Bad Place and will undoubtedly maim, kill or drive insane any who venture into it. With places THIS bad, your Players will be DYING to go back over and over and over! Each Script is a complete adventure, including all the classic Horror Rules elements: Story, Bad Guys, Cast, Walk-Ons, Chain of Events... even Mood tips and Plot Pushers! Also, with expanded Sequel Suggestions and Plot Twists, each haunting and sinister Script becomes FOUR Scripts - that's 16 times the horror! It's enough dark corners, creaking floorboards and lurking menace to reduce even the hardiest Player into a sobbing, shattered heap... and with Horror Rules, they'll never have more fun getting there! Packed with all the wacky scares, edge-of-your-seat action and pee-your-pants thrills you've come to love, "Very Bad Places" is a sure hit and a must-have supplement for horror enthusiasts and gaming fans alike. So for those who dare, four Very Bad Places await. Enter at your own risk...

Dracula s Daughter

Buy two copies of this volume – for one the shelf, and the other for notations, research, dog-earing, and pleasure-reading.” – John Edgar Browning, Ph.D., coauthor of Dracula in Visual Media and editor of The Forgotten Writings of ...

Author: Gary D. Rhodes

Publisher: BearManor Media

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Cross and wooden stake in hand, Dr. Gary D. Rhodes re-enters the sepulcher of supernatural cinema, casting his lantern's light on Universal’s 1936 classic Dracula’s Daughter. With fellow tomb raiders Tom Weaver and Michael Lee, he discovers long-forgotten lore, presented herein with the film’s original shooting script, pressbook and a large array of other freshly exhumed extras. "A comprehensive tribute to one of Hollywood's classic horror films. My grandmother, Gloria Holden, was a legend in her time, and would have been so very proud.” – Laurie Holden, costar of The Walking Dead “As he always does (better than anyone), Gary D. Rhodes chronicles the convoluted history of the film (how the budget grew while still having the look of a “B” film; how Bela Lugosi came and went in the cast – but still had to be paid), and why it took two years to finally get produced. Bravo, Gary. There is a reason your film scholarship is lauded everywhere. Dracula’s Daughter is another feather in your cap!” – Richard Klemensen, editor of Little Shoppe of Horrors magazine “Rhodes' coverage of this classic production and the endless minutiae with which he showers readers and fans are a credit to this book yet typical of Rhodes' acumen as a film scholar historian. His attention to detail opens floodgates for scholars and academics engaged in theory who rely on the sort of archival work that Rhodes makes appear effortless. Buy two copies of this volume – for one the shelf, and the other for notations, research, dog-earing, and pleasure-reading.” – John Edgar Browning, Ph.D., coauthor of Dracula in Visual Media and editor of The Forgotten Writings of Bram Stoker "Everything you could possibly want to know about the making of Dracula’s Daughter, and the long process that led to its production, can be found in this definitive volume. Rhodes provides a fascinating account of how the seemingly obvious idea of a sequel to Dracula became a drawn-out process. It involved changing regimes at Universal Pictures, several top screenwriters, and Bela Lugosi, who at one time was set to appear in the film. Tom Weaver adds pages of trivia notes—some less trivial than others—and Michael Lee contributes an erudite discussion of the music score and its evolution. The book also includes several unused treatments (by John L. Balderston, Kurt Neumann, and R.C. Sheriff), a facsimile of Zacherle’s television send-up of the picture, and much of the original Universal pressbook. This is a cornucopia of goodies for any horror movie buff. The highest compliment I can offer is that it made me want to watch Dracula’s Daughter again…which I intend to do." - Leonard Maltin "The Scripts from the Crypt gang strikes again with another exhaustively researched, generously illustrated and entertainingly written winner." - VideoScope Holy flashback – where are my Garbage Pail Kids and Nintendo? I felt like it was 1990 all over again when I received the newest book in BearManor’s Scripts from the Crypt series and it turned out to be Dracula’s Daughter (BearManor Media, hardcover $34.95 / softcover $24.95). The reason for my flashback: To date, the Scripts from the Crypt series has concentrated on 1950s schlock (The Hideous Sun Demon, Indestructible Man, Bride of the Gorilla, Bride of the Monster, more), so holding a new volume on a classic 1930s Universal gave me a déjà vu moment: I was back in the late 80s-early 90s when individual books on the monster flicks of Universal’s Golden Age were being cranked out hot and heavy (cold and clammy?) by MagicImage author Gregory Mank. Dracula’s Daughter wasn’t part of the MagicImage collection, but now that gap has been filled by Gary D. Rhodes. His 42-page essay on the making of this movie begins by charting the history of some of the vampire (and “vamp”) movies of the silent era and then tackles the convoluted story of the on-again off-again process of planning and making Dracula’s Daughter. Multiple writers, multiple scripts, multiple directors (including James Whale) attached to the project, Bela Lugosi coming and going from the proposed cast, the 1930s Horror Ban looming, Universal on the verge of being sold – the tale is as intricate as one of Castle Dracula’s most ornate spider webs, but Rhodes slow-walks us through it and backs everything up with quotes from Universal memos, trade paper announcements, etc. A premier horror historian, Rhodes is in good form here, as always. Scripts from the Crypt curator Tom Weaver weighs in with 29 pages of “Fun Facts,” each item separated by clip art of a bat. Many are interesting, some are arcane (the make and model of the foreign car driven by Marguerite Churchill’s character!). The best part might be a series of factoids about Gloria Holden, who plays the title role. It appears that the lady was quite age-conscious: She had a son in the early 1920s but in later years, apparently embarrassed by this giveaway as to her age, passed him off in Hollywood as her brother! In the 40s, she married a man young enough to BE her son (he died only a few years ago), and may have kept her true age from him. Holden lied about her age her whole long life and even afterwards: On her grave marker, her birth year is 1917 (which would make her a teenager in Dracula’s Daughter). That’s shaving off quite a number of years, as she was actually born around the turn of the twentieth century. Some of my favorite photos are in the “Fun Facts” part of the book, including a delightful one of Nan Grey – no, not as Dracula’s Daughter’s victim Lili, but one taken in 1969, decades after her retirement from the screen. In it, she’s shooting pool with husband Frankie Laine. The reproduced script has a few pages missing (Rhodes acknowledges this), but we get compensation in the form of short sections of early scripts that are nothing like the eventual movie. One, rather gory and daring for its day, even features Dracula (the role that, of course, Lugosi would have played). The everything-plus-the-kitchen-sink treatment continues with a chapter on the music, the pressbook, a 1953 treatment titled Carmilla (it would have been Universal’s second “lady vampire” movie—and Marlene Dietrich was considered for the lead) – even the script that John Zacherle used on the night in 1958 when Philadelphia’s WCAU-TV ran Dracula’s Daughter with Zacherle horror-hosting. At about 350 pages (perhaps the thickest Scripts from the Crypt book yet), Dracula’s Daughter tells you everything you ever wanted to know and lots that you didn't know that you wanted to know. (William Holden, nee Bill Beadle, was named after Gloria Holden??) BearManor previously (2009) published a thoroughly dispensable book on Dracula’s Daughter so remember when ordering this one to specify that you want the Gary D. Rhodes Scripts from the Crypt book. You’re in for a bloody good time. -- -- Classic Images

The Script Crypt

This book will help the budding tv or film producer to get past the dreaded task of writing a script.

Author: Rod Fisher

Publisher:

ISBN: 1502859866

Category: Drama

Page: 470

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This collection will help the aspiring amateur TV or film producer to get past the dreaded task of writing a script. Just grab your camcorder and some friends, your kids or your grandchildren and go Hollywood. The 14 scripts range in difficulty from easy family projects to full length movies. All are free, with no royalties for non-commercial use.

Ed Wood and the Lost Lugosi Screenplays

Ed Wood and the Lost Lugosi Screenplays puts these treasures on exhibit for the very first time. "Ed Wood would shout, 'Perfect!' if he saw this book.

Author: Gary D. Rhodes

Publisher: BearManor Media

ISBN: 1593939205

Category: Performing Arts

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With trowel and brush in hand, noted film archaeologist Gary D. Rhodes excavates the cinematic sepulcher of Ed Wood's unproduced scripts for Bela Lugosi, The Vampire's Tomb and The Ghoul Goes West. Joining Rhodes on the expedition are pith-helmeted horror movie expert Tom Weaver, plus Lugosi's original biographer Robert Cremer. These Raiders of the Lost Archives dig deep into the desert of unfilmed films, unearthing all manner of previously unknown artifacts and unseen relics. Ed Wood and the Lost Lugosi Screenplays puts these treasures on exhibit for the very first time. "Ed Wood would shout, 'Perfect!' if he saw this book. An amazing collection of unproduced work from the low budget maestro, lovingly curated and explained. Worth buying for the intros alone. These guys know their stuff." - Larry Karaszewski, screenwriter of Tim Burton's Ed Wood (1994) "Hot on the heels of Gary D. Rhodes' Bride of the Monster script book comes Ed Wood and the Lost Lugosi Screenplays. Delving into the most mythical aspects of the Wood saga, this book examines the facts and mysteries of these unproduced works. Essential for genre enthusiasts." - Jan Alan Henderson, author of Speeding Bullet, The Legendary Lydecker Brothers, and Crypt 39 - a Novel "Gary D. Rhodes, a living breathing encyclopedia of all things Bela Lugosi, now takes us into 'what might have been' territory ... Rhodes' research is, as always, impressively meticulous. How does he find some of this stuff?" - David-Elijah Nahmod, journalist and film critic "Anyone interested in film production history will find this book fascinating. Those who seek insights into the intriguing lives of Ed Wood and Bela Lugosi will be doubly rewarded. But I'm thinking right now of the number of readers who are increasingly interested in screenplay origins, screenplay histories: for that growing number of readers this book will prove to be a true gem!" - Graeme Harper, Dean of the Honors College, Oakland University, Michigan

Bride of the Gorilla

Best Book of the Year (Classic Images) On a South American rubber plantation stands the home of Klaas Van Gelder—a house whose claim to fame is murder.

Author: Tom Weaver

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Best Book of the Year (Classic Images) On a South American rubber plantation stands the home of Klaas Van Gelder—a house whose claim to fame is murder. Barney the foreman, beguiled by Van Gelder’s beautiful young wife Dina, pushed his employer into the afterlife, took Dina as his bride and made himself master of Van Gelder Manor. But a witch-like servant gives him a dose of jungle justice: She places a curse on him so that he transforms by night into the deadliest of jungle demons, the succarath. Curt Siodmak, creator of The Wolf Man and Donovan’s Brain, devised this outlandish monster melodrama, basically an exotic remake of The Wolf Man, co-starring the Wolf Man himself, Lon Chaney. The Fabulous Fifties’ first horror hit, it rates deluxe Scripts from the Crypt treatment: a “Making Of” article, a tribute to Siodmak, detailed release information, an essay on the music score, an interview with producer Herman Cohen, a Lon Chaney Timeline, Production Code correspondence, script, pressbook and more.

Ghostowns Gunsmoke

Key20.com Script Crypt Vol 1 - Psychos and Sickos Four complete adventure
Scripts featuring the best (and worst) of your favorite psycho maniacs,
bloodthirsty sociopaths and other charming folks. Square off against these
baddies and make ...

Author: Chris Weedin

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780977826353

Category: Fantasy games

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Ed Wood s Bride of the Monster

In this volume, and continuing his long-standing work on Bela Lugosi, Rhodes unearths and contextualizes with his usual, meticulous scholarship a wealth of material related to the final film in which Lugosi starred.

Author: Gary D. Rhodes

Publisher: BearManor Media

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Category: Performing Arts

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Best Book of the Year (2017) - Classic Images The Merrill T. McCord Research Award 2017 - from Classic Images and Best Cover of the Year 2017 - Classic Images Shovel in hand, the redoubtable Gary D. Rhodes returns to the Graveyard of Forgotten Facts, unearthing a treasure trove of terrific illustrations and a casket-full of new information and insights on Bela Lugosi, Ed Wood and Bride of the Monster (1956). Also exhumed are Bride’s shooting script and a vault full of decaying extras. Accompanying him in this 60th anniversary “Bela-bration” of the film’s release is partner-in-crime Tom Weaver, as well as contributors Sam Sherman, Robert J. Kiss and Michael Lee. “Brings back a lot of good memories... That's what I live for. This is history, and I'm living it all over again.” – Conrad Brooks, Ed Wood’s friend and actor in Bride of the Monster “Ed Wood’s Bride of the Monster isn’t the director’s most famous film, or the most beloved, either, but it is the best work the obsessive and resourceful Wood ever did. Loopy and retro even in its own day, Bride gets fabulous treatment in this engrossing volume, with Gary D. Rhodes’s carefully researched account of the picture’s development, shoot, and exhibition. I enjoyed exploring details of the film’s tangled chronology, Bela Lugosi’s casting and performance, and differences between script and finished film. Plus, images and extras I never imagined I’d see. I love Ed, I love Bela and I love Bride of the Monster.” —David J. Hogan, author of Dark Romance: Sexuality in the Horror Film and Film Noir FAQ. “When it comes to throwing the spotlight on American cinema’s dark corners that have been forgotten or ignored by critics, few people possess the breadth of knowledge, archival research expertise and ability to construct fascinating histories as Gary D. Rhodes. In this volume, and continuing his long-standing work on Bela Lugosi, Rhodes unearths and contextualizes with his usual, meticulous scholarship a wealth of material related to the final film in which Lugosi starred. A real treat not just for Lugosi fans, but also for those with an interest in the way American filmmaking was practiced in the periphery of Hollywood.” – Yannis Tzioumakis, Senior Lecturer at the University of Liverpool and author of Hollywood’s Indies: Classics Divisions, Specialty Labels, and the American Film Market

Blowfish Cipher Tutorials Herong s Tutorial Examples

Crypt-ECB-Blowfish-Hello.pl use Crypt::ECB; $cipher = Crypt::ECB->new('my
secret key', 'Blowfish'); $ciphertext = $cipher->encrypt("The data is hush"); print
unpack("H*", $ciphertext), "\n"; 7. Run the test script in a command window: ...

Author: Dr. Herong Yang

Publisher: HerongYang.com

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 178

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This tutorial book is a collection of notes and sample codes written by the author while he was learning Blowfish cipher himself. Topics basic concepts of cipher and encryption; introduction of Blowfish cipher algorithm; 8366 Hex Digits of PI; Perl Crypt::Blowfish and Crypt::CBC, Crypt::CFB modules; OpenSSL Blowfish ciphers: bf-ecb, bf-cbc, bf-cfb, bf-ofb; PHP Mcrypt extension; Blowfish CFB-8 and OFB-8 operation modes. Updated in 2020 (Version 2.02) with minor updates. For latest updates and free sample chapters, visit http://www.herongyang.com/Blowfish.

Scripting Your World

Script Crypt: This group gives members access to several libraries of full-perm
scripts of somewhat higher quality than the typical freebies. There is no IM traffic.
Script Database Group: This is another good in-world script library group. Scripts:
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Author: Dr. Dana Moore

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470422519

Category: Computers

Page: 350

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Find complete information about Second Life scripting and gain access to more than 50 previously unpublished ready-to-use scripts in Scripting Your World: The Official Guide to Second Life Scripting. Learn how to script Second Life behaviors, grouped into categories like avatar movement, communications, prim and object control, automation, land control, combat, special effects, environment control and physics, and interacting with the world outside of Second Life. After you read this engaging book, you will possess a solid understanding Linden Scripting Language conventions.

Archaeologia Cantiana

that spot , in the crypt , on the 23rd of August , 1179 . King Henry ... Two grated
windows which light this strong room look eastward into the new crypt . Before
the ... Diceto in Decem Script . , col 506 THE CRYPT OF CANTERBURY
CATHEDRAL .

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ISBN: UVA:X030584424

Category: Excavations (Archaeology)

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Programming Perl 5 0 CGI Web Pages for Microsoft Windows NT

Now say you are checking your own scripts for crypt, and you realize that your
typing was a little sloppy in places. Sometimes you slipped and spelled crypt with
two p's, as cryppt. You can amend your searching script to while (<>){ if (/cryp*t/ll
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Author: Jonathan Hagey

Publisher: Ziff Davis Press

ISBN: 1562764209

Category: Computers

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The building block approach this book takes offers programmers with a grounding in Perl as they learn to write scripts for tasks they encounter. Special sections called PC solution give example scripts for common programming situations that readers can modify and use immediately.

Crypt Shyfter

A group of foul-mouthed gamers embark on the most epic tabletop RPG campaign of all time when they're magically transported into their own game!Relive the magic of Crypt Shyfter over and over and over again with this special book containing ...

Author: Kung Fu Space Barbarian

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1544694709

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A group of foul-mouthed gamers embark on the most epic tabletop RPG campaign of all time when they're magically transported into their own game! Relive the magic of Crypt Shyfter over and over and over again with this special book containing the complete scripts for the entire series. And then go rewatch it on Newgrounds and complain about how much better the script is than the actual cartoon in the review section! Game on! ----- Watch Crypt Shyfter and other wacky cartoons by Kung Fu Space Barbarian on http: //kungfuspacebarbarian.newgrounds.com/

Indestructible Man

On the 60th anniversary of its 1954 production, the thriller gets the full Scripts from the Crypt treatment: a lengthy "Making Of" essay, quotes from its writers and its producer-director, cast members memories, Production Code ...

Author: Tom Weaver

Publisher: BearManor Media

ISBN: 1593937016

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 182

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"Butcher" Benton, a crook who pulled a Los Angeles armored car robbery, trudges to San Quentin's gas chamber filled with loathing for his double-crossing partners in crime. Things take a turn for the weird when his corpse is carted off to the laboratory of a medical researcher who gives it a 287,000 volt zap, unintentionally restoring Benton to life and making his skin as hard as armor plate. The Butcher's psychopathic itch, also reborn, still needs scratching so he returns to L.A. a volatile mix of super-strength and white-hot rage. Benton is murder looking for a place to happen: Inhuman! Invincible! Inescapable! Horror legend Lon Chaney puts his considerable all into his performance as the Indestructible Man in this sci-fi/action drive-in favorite. On the 60th anniversary of its 1954 production, the thriller gets the full Scripts from the Crypt treatment: a lengthy "Making Of" essay, quotes from its writers and its producer-director, cast members memories, Production Code correspondence, a dissertation on the music, release information, pressbook and the ultra-rare script.

The UNIX Operating System

... 220 command - line awk scripts , 261 command - line option ( see argument )
command - line variable assignments ... 444 crontab command , 444 cross -
reference script ( sed example ) , 290 crypt command , 148 , 149 , 464
CRYPTKEY ...

Author: Kaare Christian

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

ISBN: UOM:39076001767255

Category: Computers

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Written in the same clear, accessible style as the second edition, this new edition covers even more. With over 50% new and expanded material, the text guides readers through every aspect of UNIX--from basic commands to shell programming to systems administrations. Includes special chapters on networking, security, and windowing systems.