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Val Lewton

Val Lewton

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Also Known As: Cosmo Forbes,Carlos Keith,Vladimir Ivan Hofschneider,Carlos Keith Died: March 14, 1951
Born: May 7, 1904 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: Russia Profession: Producer ... producer novelist screenwriter poet
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Versatile and prolific writer of novels, nonfiction and poetry who entered film as a protege of David O. Selznick in the early 1930s. Lewton went on to produce a number of stylish, low-budget horror films for RKO, notably the atmospheric "Cat People" (1942), the engagingly macabre "I Walked With A Zombie" (1943) and the chilling "Bedlam" (1946).

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