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The Hollywood nightmare; tales of fantasy and horror from the film world.

Author: Peter Haining
Publisher: New York, Taplinger Pub. Co. [1971, ©1970]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Haining
ISBN: 0800839218 9780800839215
OCLC Number: 157061
Description: 276 pages 21 cm
Contents: The prehistoric producer, by R. Bradbury.--The plot is the thing, by R. Bloch.--The shadow on the screen, by H. Kuttner.--Return to the Sabbath, by T. Fiske.--A wig for Miss DeVore, by A. Derleth.--The man who wanted to be in the movies, by J. Jakes.--The perfect plot, by F. Fenton.--Death double, by W.F. Nolan.--Booked solid, by R. Russell.--The Hollywood horror man, by B. Karloff.--The casket-demon, by F. Leiber.--The new people, by C. Beaumont.--Gavin O'Leary, by J. Collier.--Faed-out, by A. Davidson.--Mantage, by R. Matheson.--Technical adviser, by C. Oliver.--The screen game, by J.G. Ballard.--Death warmed over, by R. Bradbury.
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