James H. Nicholson


Biography

Filmography

 

Producer (Feature Film)

Frogs (1972)
Presented By
Dr. Phibes Rises Again (1972)
Executive Producer
Boxcar Bertha (1972)
Presented By
Dr. Phibes Rises Again (1972)
Presented By
Who Slew Auntie Roo? (1971)
Presented By
Who Slew Auntie Roo? (1971)
Producer
Bunny O'Hare (1971)
Executive Producer
Murders in the Rue Morgue (1971)
Presented By
Murders in the Rue Morgue (1971)
Executive Producer
The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971)
Executive Producer
Angel Unchained (1970)
Presented By
Bloody Mama (1970)
Presented By
Up in the Cellar (1970)
Producer
The Dunwich Horror (1970)
Producer
Bloody Mama (1970)
Executive Producer
Wuthering Heights (1970)
Producer
Angel, Angel, Down We Go (1969)
Presented By
Two Gentlemen Sharing (1969)
Presented By
De Sade (1969)
Producer
Wild in the Streets (1968)
Producer
Psych-Out (1968)
Presented By
3 in the Attic (1968)
Executive Producer
Devil's Angels (1967)
Executive Producer
Thunder Alley (1967)
Executive Producer
The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini (1966)
Producer
What's Up Tiger Lily? (1966)
Presented By
Frankenstein Conquers the World (1966)
Presented By
Fireball 500 (1966)
Producer
The Big T.N.T. Show (1966)
Executive Producer
How to Stuff a Wild Bikini (1965)
Producer
Beach Blanket Bingo (1965)
Producer
Sergeant Deadhead (1965)
Producer
Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine (1965)
Producer
Ski Party (1965)
Executive Producer
Die, Monster, Die! (1965)
Presented By
Die, Monster, Die! (1965)
Executive Producer
Bikini Beach (1964)
Presented By
Muscle Beach Party (1964)
Producer
Atragon (1964)
Presented By
Bikini Beach (1964)
Producer
Black Sabbath (1964)
Presented By
The Masque of the Red Death (1964)
Presented By
Pajama Party (1964)
Producer
The Comedy of Terrors (1963)
Presented By
The Young Racers (1963)
Presented By
Operation Bikini (1963)
Presented By
Beach Party (1963)
Producer
Summer Holiday (1963)
Executive Producer
The Haunted Palace (1963)
Executive Producer
Operation Bikini (1963)
Producer
The Comedy of Terrors (1963)
Producer
The Raven (1963)
Executive Producer
X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes (1963)
Executive Producer
Marco Polo (1962)
Presented By
Prisoner of the Iron Mask (1962)
Presented By
Burn, Witch, Burn (1962)
Presented By
Panic in Year Zero! (1962)
Executive Producer
Tales of Terror (1962)
Executive Producer
Lost Battalion (1961)
Presented By
Alakazam the Great (1961)
Pres, U.S. version
Black Sunday (1961)
Pres of U.S. version
Master of the World (1961)
Presented By
Master of the World (1961)
Producer
The Pit and the Pendulum (1961)
Presented By
The Pit and the Pendulum (1961)
Executive Producer
House of Usher (1960)
Presented By
House of Usher (1960)
Executive Producer
La Maschera del Demonio (1960)
Executive Producer
The Headless Ghost (1959)
Presented By
Horrors of the Black Museum (1959)
Presented By
Goliath and the Barbarians (1959)
Presented By
The Diary of a High School Bride (1959)
Presented By
Ghost of Dragstrip Hollow (1959)
Presented By
A Bucket of Blood (1959)
Producer
Paratroop Command (1959)
Presented By
The Jailbreakers (1959)
Executive Producer
Terror from the Year 5,000 (1958)
Presented By
Hot Rod Gang (1958)
Presented By
Suicide Battalion (1958)
Presented By
The Bonnie Parker Story (1958)
Presented By
High School Hellcats (1958)
Producer
Attack of the Puppet People (1958)
Executive Producer
The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent (1958)
Executive Producer
Machine-Gun Kelly (1958)
Executive Producer
Night of the Blood Beast (1958)
Executive Producer
Teenage Cave Man (1958)
Executive Producer
Terror from the Year 5,000 (1958)
Executive Producer
War of the Colossal Beast (1958)
Presented By
Jet Attack (1958)
Pres and Executive prod
How to Make a Monster (1958)
Presented By
The Amazing Colossal Man (1957)
Presented By
I Was a Teenage Werewolf (1957)
Presented By
I Was a Teenage Frankenstein (1957)
Presented By
Motorcycle Gang (1957)
Presented By
Blood of Dracula (1957)
Presented By
Rock All Night (1957)
Presented By
Rock All Night (1957)
Executive Producer
Reform School Girl (1957)
Presented By
Reform School Girl (1957)
Executive Producer
Naked Paradise (1957)
Presented By
Naked Paradise (1957)
Executive Producer
Voodoo Woman (1957)
Executive Producer
Dragstrip Girl (1957)
Presented By
Sorority Girl (1957)
Executive Producer
Invasion of the Saucer Men (1957)
Presented By
Invasion of the Saucer Men (1957)
Producer
The Oklahoma Woman (1956)
Executive Producer
Runaway Daughters (1956)
Presented By
Shake, Rattle & Rock! (1956)
Presented By
Shake, Rattle & Rock! (1956)
Producer
Day the World Ended (1956)
Presented By

Production Companies (Feature Film)

Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine (1965)
Company
Beach Party (1963)
Company
Panic in Year Zero! (1962)
Company
Submarine Seahawk (1959)
Company
Roadracers (1959)
Company
Tank Commando (1959)
Company
High School Hellcats (1958)
Company
The Spider (1958)
Company

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Bikini Beach (1964) - Gimmie Your Love Testing video for ticket 1394 with clip Gimmie Your Love from Bikini Beach, 1964.
Dirty Mary Crazy Larry (1974) - My Grandfather's Pickup Peter Fonda (2nd title character) completes his business with a San Joaquin Valley grocery manager (un-credited Roddy MacDowall) only to find his one-night stand (Susan George, 1st title character) lurking in his getaway car, early in Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry, 1974.
Cult Of The Damned (a.k.a. Angel, Angel Down We Go) (1969) - I'm A Fairy Princess Shortly after the opening, a flashback to earlier in the life of troubled Tara-Nicole (Joan Calhoun in this scene, growing up to be Holly Near), at a restaurant with her warring super-wealthy parents (Charles Aidman, Jennifer Jones) with writer Robert Thom in his only outing as a director, in Cult Of The Damned, (a.k.a. Angel, Angel Down We Go), 1969.
Cult Of The Damned (1969) - All Sorts Of Tranquilizers Usually low-budget American International pictures shooting on location at the Getz-Hearst “Beverly House” in Beverly Hills, singer Bogart (Jordan Christopher) has the full attention of mother Astrid (Jennifer Jones) and daughter Tara Nicole (Holly Near), then another original song by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil in Cult Of The Damned, (a.k.a. Angel, Angel Down We Go), 1969.
Cult Of The Damned (a.k.a. Angel, Angel Down We Go) (1969) - The Fat Song Tara-Nicole (Holly Near), after a sexual encounter with singer Bogart (Jordan Christopher), by whom she was willingly abducted from her own debutante ball, meets his “new group,” Davey Davison, Lou Rawls and Roddy McDowall as Ana Livia, Joe and Santoro, and hears his new song for her (by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil), in Cult Of The Damned, (a.k.a. Angel, Angel Down We Go), 1969.
Cult Of The Damned (1969) - Open, My Parents Were Perfect The soundtrack doing much of the work, with voice over by Holly Near as rich and twisted Tara Nicole, the opening to American International’s shocker Cult Of The Damned, (a.k.a. Angel, Angel Down We Go), 1969, leading to Charles Aidman as her father in the shower, also starring Jennifer Jones.
Cult Of The Damned (a.k.a. Angel, Angel Down We Go) (1969) - Angel, Angel Down We Go At her coming-out party thrown by her super-rich parents in LA (Jennifer Jones, Charles Aidman), Tara-Nicole (Holly Near), home from finishing school in Switzerland and nervous about her weight, is dazzled by singer “Bogart” (Jordan Christopher), performing an original song by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, in American International’s Cult Of The Damned, (a.k.a. Angel, Angel Down We Go), 1969.
Dirty Mary Crazy Larry (1974) - Them Hollywood TV Shows Vic Morrow is Franklin the only cool guy in the sheriff's office run by Donahue (Kenneth Tobey) so they clash over techniques as we join bandits Larry and Deke (Peter Fonda, Adam Roarke) and their new sidekick Mary (Susan George), in Dirty Mary Crazy Larry, 1974.
Masque Of The Red Death, The (1964) - Demon Lover Being conducted away from chambers where her captive father and brother are being tortured, hostage Francesca (Jane Asher) tries to keep up with proud devil worshipper Prospero (Vincent Price), while his incumbent lover Juliana (Hazel Court) works to enhance her own credentials, in Roger Corman’s Masque Of The Red Death, 1964.
Masque of the Red Death, The (1964) - Shouldn't You Be On Your Knees? Cruel Prince Prospero (Vincent Price) discovers the humble Francesca (Paul McCartney's then-girlfriend Jane Asher), looking out for the interest of her village, lover and father (David Weston, Nigel Green, early in The Masque of the Red Death, 1964.
Wild In The Streets (1968) - Max's Entourage Narration by the ever-authoritative Paul Frees, introduces the posse for super-rich pop star Max (Christopher Jones), Larry Bishop as Abraham, Kevin Couglin as Billy, Richard Pryor as Stanley, inspiring a song (by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil), early in director Barry Shear’s political-pop oddity from AIP, Wild In The Streets, 1968.
Wild In The Streets (1968) - I'm His Mother! Shelley Winters is the mother, and Bert Freed the father, from whom giant pop star Max Frost (Christopher Jones) ran away many years earlier, and they’ve just had big make-overs after realizing he’s rich and famous, looking to present themselves at a concert, in AIP’s Wild In The Streets, 1968.

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