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Greek military junta of 1967–74

featuring a live birth scene, had no trouble making its debut in Greece just like in any other Western country. Moreover, the film was only restricted for those under 13 years of age. In 1971 Robert Hartford-Davis was allowed by the junta to film the classic horror film ''Incense for the Damned'', starring Peter


Mississauga

Cronenberg picture. Cronenberg called it the most classic horror film he did, and, together with ''The Fly (The Fly (1986 film))'' and ''Dead Ringers (Dead Ringers (film))'', one of his most autobiographical. At the time ''The Brood'' was developed, Cronenberg fought for custody of his daughter from his first marriage. was known for directing the television film, ''Very Annie Mary''. While taking place in New Jersey, the film was filmed in Toronto


Coventry

; Further contemporary imagery of Halloween is derived from Gothic (Gothic fiction) and Horror (Horror fiction) literature (notably Shelley (Mary Shelley)'s ''Frankenstein'' and Stoker (Bram Stoker)'s ''Dracula''), and classic horror films (such as Hammer Horrors). Mass transatlantic Irish and Scottish migration in the 19th century popularized Halloween in North America. Rogers, Nicholas. (2002). "Coming Over: Halloween in North America" Halloween: From Pagan Ritual to Party Night. pp.49-77. New York: Oxford University Press. Railway Tipton has a direct rail link with the areas of Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Coventry and from 14 December 2008 this now links to Walsall. There are two railway stations - Tipton (Tipton railway station) in the town centre and Dudley Port (Dudley Port railway station). Both are on the electrified line from Birmingham to Wolverhampton. *''-(a)n'' (countries continents: Africa → African, Albania → Albanian, America (America (disambiguation)) → American, Armenia → Armenian, Asia → Asian, Australia → Australian, Austria → Austrian, Bosnia → Bosnian, Brunei → Bruneian, Bulgaria → Bulgarian, Burma → Burmese (though see below; Irregular forms), Cambodia → Cambodian, Chile → Chilean, Colombia → Colombian, Costa Rica → Costa Rican, Croatia → Croatian, Cuba → Cuban, El Salvador → Salvadoran, Estonia → Estonian, Ethiopia → Ethiopian, Europe → European, Georgia (Georgia (country)) → Georgian, Germany → German, Guatemala → Guatemalan, Haiti → Haitian, Honduras → Honduran, Hungary → Hungarian, India → Indian, Indonesia → Indonesian, Italy → Italian, Jamaica → Jamaican, Kenya → Kenyan, North South Korea → North South Korean, Laos → Laotian, Latvia → Latvian, Lithuania → Lithuanian, Macedonia (Macedonia (region)) → Macedonian, Malaysia → Malaysian, Mali → Malian, Mexico → Mexican, Mongolia → Mongolian, Morocco → Moroccan, Nicaragua → Nicaraguan, Paraguay → Paraguayan, Romania → Romanian, Russia → Russian, Saudi Arabia → Saudi Arabian, Singapore → Singaporean, Slovakia → Slovakian, Slovenia → Slovenian, South Africa → South African, Sri Lanka → Sri Lankan, Syria → Syrian, United States of America (United States) → American, Uruguay → Uruguayan, Venezuela → Venezuelan; cities states: Arizona → Arizonan, Atlanta → Atlantan, Baltimore → Baltimorean, California → Californian, Catalonia → Catalan, Chicago → Chicagoan, Cincinnati → Cincinnatian, El Paso (El Paso, Texas) → El Pasoan, Louisiana → Louisianian, Miami → Miamian, Minneapolis → Minneapolitan, Minnesota → Minnesotan, Nebraska → Nebraskan, Ottawa → Ottawan, Philadelphia → Philadelphian, Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan) → Reginan, Riga → Rigan, Rome → Roman, San Antonio → San Antonian, San Diego → San Diegan, San Francisco → San Franciscan, San Jose (San Jose, California) → San Josean, Tasmania → Tasmanian, Tucson (Tucson, Arizona) → Tucsonan Tulsa (Tulsa, Oklahoma) → Tulsan, Utah → Utahn) *''-ian'' (countries: Bahamas → Bahamian, Barbados → Bajan, Belarus → Belarusian, Belgium → Belgian, Bermuda → Bermudian, Brazil → Brazilian, Canada → Canadian, Cardiff → Cardiffian, Egypt → Egyptian, Ecuador → Ecuadorian, Iran → Iranian (also "Irani" or "Persian"), Jordan → Jordanian, Panama → Panamanian, Ukraine → Ukrainian; cities states: Adelaide → Adelaidian, Athens → Athenian, Boston → Bostonian, Brisbane → Brisbanian (also "Brisbanite"), Calgary → Calgarian, Coventry → Coventrian, Edmonton → Edmontonian, Florida → Floridian, Fort Worth → Fort Worthian, Gibraltar → Gibraltarian, Hanoi (Vietnam) → Hanoian, Houston → Houstonian, Isles of Scilly → Scillonian, Lethbridge → Lethbridgian, Liverpool → Liverpudlian, Louisville (Louisville, Kentucky) → Louisvillian, New Guinea → New Guinian, Madrid → Madrilenian, Manchester → Mancunian, McKinney (McKinney, Texas) → McKinnian, Melbourne → Melburnian, New Orleans → New Orleanian, Oregon → Oregonian, Paris → Parisian, Peterborough → Peterborian, Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona) → Phoenician, Saskatoon (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan) → Saskatonian (Saskabusher (Amelanchier alnifolia)), Toronto → Torontonian, Washington (Washington, D.C.) → Washingtonian, Wellington → Wellingtonian) *''-in(e)'' (Florence → Florentine (also Latin "Florentia"), Montenegro → Montenegrin, Philistia → Philistine, ''Argentina → Argentine'' cf. above (Demonym#Adjectives as placenames)) birth_date WikiPedia:Coventry Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England West Midlands Coventry Commons:Coventry


Pittsburgh

in the Navy and 'noticed that the officers lived great, but that was only because they had gone to college' Fallows, Tom, Tom Atkins Interview (Night of the Creeps), Classic-Horror Web Zine 14 October 2009. and so, after leaving the Navy, Atkins signed up for college where he met a girl who was involved in a theatre group. Tom attended Duquesne University in Pittsburgh and was a member of the Gamma Phi Fraternity. He says: 'I was in my

), Classic-Horror Web Zine 14 October 2009. and so, after leaving the Navy, Atkins signed up for college where he met a girl who was involved in a theatre group. Tom attended Duquesne University in Pittsburgh and was a member of the Gamma Phi Fraternity. He says: 'I was in my 20s already when I got interested in acting and I liked it a lot'. In addition to the salt business, Samuel helped found Kier, Royer and Co., in 1838. The company


Indianapolis

, late night Fridays featured classic horror movies such as: ''Frankenstein (Frankenstein (1931 film))'', ''Dracula (Dracula (1958 film))'', ''The Wolfman (The Wolf Man (1941 film))'', ''The Mole People (The Mole People (film))'', and ''Invasion of the Body Snatchers'' hosted by a character called "The Shroud" on ''Nightmare Theatre''. The station provided a much-needed alternative to viewers in the Fort Wayne area (particularly younger viewers) with its array


Madrid

, and director working primarily in horror films. His portrayals of numerous classic horror figures—the wolfman (Werewolf fiction), the hunchback, Count Dracula, the mummy—have earned him recognition as the Spanish Lon Chaney (Lon Chaney, Sr.). He was also known as the "Boris Karloff of Spain" and he had one of the most recognizable faces in Spanish horror film. Wanna

in horror films. His portrayals of numerous classic horror figures—the wolfman (Werewolf fiction), the hunchback, Count Dracula, the mummy—have earned him recognition as the Spanish Lon Chaney (Lon Chaney, Sr.). He was also known as the "Boris Karloff of Spain" and he had one of the most recognizable faces in Spanish horror film. Wanna Pay Tribute to Paul Naschy


West Germany

;Helga on IMDB" Moreover, the film was only restricted for those under 13 years of age. In 1971 Robert Hartford-Davis was allowed by the junta to film the classic horror film ''Incense for the Damned'', starring Peter Cushing and Patrick Macnee and suitably featuring Chryseis (Χρυσηίς), a beguiling Greek siren with vampire


Hollywood

-1930s he appeared in classic horror films ''The Black Cat (The Black Cat (1934 film))'', ''Werewolf of London'', ''The Black Room (The Black Room (1935 film))'', ''Mark of the Vampire'' and ''The Devil-Doll'', and worked steadily in the espionage films of the 30s and 40s, his Slavic accent landing him roles both noble and villainous. One of his largest screen roles was in 1946's ''So Dark the Night''. He died that same year of a heart attack (myocardial infarction). Visiting Freddie, Emsworth learns that the boy has fallen out with his wife Aggie (Minor characters in the Blandings stories#Niagara "Aggie" Threepwood); having written a scenario for Hollywood to impress her, he tried to persuade a prominent starlet to promote it for him; however, he is seen dining with the girl by Jane Yorke (Minor characters in the Blandings stories#Jane Yorke), a friend of his wife. Yorke tells Aggie she has seen Freddie with another girl, and she promptly leaves him. Russian-born, the daughter of a Moscow stage actress, Zimina served with the Women's Battalion of Death (Women's Battalion) for three years. She was in a Siberian prison, from which she escaped and made her way across Asia and onto Hollywood. The rest of her family were killed in the Russian Civil War. She made her screen debut opposite Bessie Love and Warner Baxter in Victor Fleming's ''A Son of His Father'', followed by five more 1920's romantic melodramas. Zimina died of influenza just before her last film was released. Popular culture In 1958, a film called ''My World Dies Screaming'' (later retitled ''Terror in the Haunted House'') marked Hollywood's first attempt to make use of this technique. At different points in this film, a skull is flashed to inspire terror, a snake to inspire hate, two hearts to inspire love, and large letters spelling out "blood" to create fear. The following year, 1959, saw another film produced using this same format, titled ''A Date with Death''. Both movies starred Gerald Mohr. Early life Carradine was born in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of Susan Snyder, a horse trainer's assistant, and actor Robert Carradine. Robert Carradine Biography (1954-) Ever Carradine Biography (1974-) Her family (Carradine family) is one of Hollywood's most prominent. In addition to her father, Robert, other actors in her family include her grandfather John Carradine and uncles Keith Carradine and the late David Carradine. She is also a cousin of Martha Plimpton. Carradine played volleyball and skied (Skiing) during her time at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon. She started as an anthropology major, later following her family by switching to a theater major midway through college.


Toronto

''The Brood'' was filmed in Toronto and Mississauga, Ontario, ''The Brood'' in the Internet Movie Database. on a budget of C$ (Canadian dollar)1,500,000. It was a financial success, and executive producer Victor Solnicki (who also produced Cronenberg's ''Scanners'' and ''Videodrome'') called it his favorite Cronenberg picture. Cronenberg called it the most classic horror film he did


Netherlands

. '''Vatrop''' is a hamlet in the Dutch (Netherlands) province of North Holland. It is a part of the municipality of Wieringen, and lies about 17 km southeast of Den Helder. Vatrop is one of the oldest inhabited places of the former island. Trivia Some versions of F.W. Murnau's 1922 classic horror film Nosferatu take place in Bremen, Germany. In fact the original work of Murnau was supposed to be set in Wisborg (the better restorations of the movie use


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