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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Parker; Adrienne Barrett; Bruno VeSota; Ben Roseman; Richard Barron; Lucille Howland; Ed Hinkle; Ed McMahon; J.J. Parker Productions.; Exploitation Pictures.; H.K.F. Productions.; Kino International Corporation.
|Notes:||Dementia originally released as a motion picture in 1953, Daughter of Horror in 1955.
This DVD Kino on Video edition presents the original 1953 cut of Dementia (57 min.) and its complete 1957 censored version, Daughter of Horror (55 min.).
Includes "Dementia: a case study" an illustrated essay on the making of the film and its two-year battle with the censors; theatrical trailer; pressbook gallery; stills gallery.
|Credits:||Director of photography, William C. Thompson ; editor, Joseph Gluck ; music, George Antheil; Daughter of horror narrated by Ed McMahon.|
|Cast:||Adrienne Barrett, Bruno Ve Sota, Ben Roseman, Richard Barron, Lucille Howland, Edward Hinkle, Gayne Sullivan, Jebbie Ve Sota.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (112 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Other Titles:||Daughter of horror.|
|Responsibility:||J.J. Parker Productions, Inc. ; [written, produced & directed by John Parker]. Daughter of horror / Exploitation Production Incorporated presents ; an H.K.F. production ; [written, produced & directed by John Parker].|
"A 1950s-style foray into the mind of psycho-sexual madness. Set entirely in a nocturnal twilight zone that blends dream imagery with the cinematic stylings of film noir, Dementia follows the tormented existence of a young woman haunted by the horrors of her youth, which transformed her into a stiletto-wielding, man-hating beatnik"--Container.
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