Aubrey Schenck


Producer

Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

Born Reckless (1959)
Story
Frankenstein--1970 (1958)
Story

Producer (Feature Film)

The Alpha Caper (1973)
Producer
Daughters of Satan (1972)
Producer
Superbeast (1972)
Executive Producer
Barquero (1970)
Executive Producer
More Dead Than Alive (1969)
Executive Producer
Impasse (1969)
Executive Producer
Kill a Dragon (1967)
Executive Producer
Ambush Bay (1966)
Executive Producer
Don't Worry, We'll Think of a Title (1966)
Executive Producer
Robinson Crusoe on Mars (1964)
Producer
Wild Harvest (1961)
Producer
Born Reckless (1959)
Producer
Up Periscope (1959)
Producer
Fort Bowie (1958)
Producer
Frankenstein--1970 (1958)
Producer
Violent Road (1958)
Producer
Tomahawk Trail (1957)
Executive Producer
The Girl in Black Stockings (1957)
Executive Producer
The Dalton Girls (1957)
Executive Producer
Bop Girl Goes Calypso (1957)
Producer
Jungle Heat (1957)
Producer
Hell Bound (1957)
Executive Producer
Outlaw's Son (1957)
Executive Producer
Voodoo Island (1957)
Executive Producer
Untamed Youth (1957)
Producer
Pharaoh's Curse (1957)
Executive Producer
War Drums (1957)
Executive Producer
Revolt at Fort Laramie (1957)
Executive Producer
Quincannon, Frontier Scout (1956)
Executive Producer
The Broken Star (1956)
Executive Producer
Rebel in Town (1956)
Executive Producer
Crime Against Joe (1956)
Executive Producer
The Black Sleep (1956)
Executive Producer
Emergency Hospital (1956)
Executive Producer
Hot Cars (1956)
Executive Producer
Three Bad Sisters (1956)
Executive Producer
Ghost Town (1956)
Executive Producer
Big House, U.S.A. (1955)
Producer
Fort Yuma (1955)
Executive Producer
Desert Sands (1955)
Executive Producer
War Paint (1954)
Presented By
The Yellow Tomahawk (1954)
Presented By
Beachhead (1954)
Presented By
Shield for Murder (1954)
Producer
Target Unknown (1951)
Producer
The Fat Man (1951)
Producer
Undercover Girl (1950)
Producer
Wyoming Mail (1950)
Producer
Red Stallion in the Rockies (1949)
Producer
Down Memory Lane (1949)
Supervisor
Port of New York (1949)
Producer
Mickey (1948)
Producer
T-Men (1948)
Producer
It's a Joke, Son! (1947)
Producer
Repeat Performance (1947)
Producer
Johnny Comes Flying Home (1946)
Producer
Strange Triangle (1946)
Producer
Shock (1946)
Producer

Production Companies (Feature Film)

Barquero (1970)
Company
More Dead Than Alive (1969)
Company
Robinson Crusoe on Mars (1964)
Company
For Those Who Think Young (1964)
Company

Life Events

1944

Feature producing debut, "Shock"

1953

Formed Bel-Air Productions with Howard W Koch

Videos

Movie Clip

Untamed Youth (1957) - Cotton Picker Kids sentenced to the work farm, including sisters Janey (Lori Nelson) and Penny (Mamie Van Doren) picking cotton, when "Bong," (Eddie Cochran, still only 19, with a song by Les Baxter that never appeared on a Cochran record until 1972, 12 years after his car-crash death) breaks out in song, in Untamed Youth, 1957.
Untamed Youth (1957) - Healthy Outdoor Work In this instance the title refers to naked blonde teenagers, Penny (Mamie Van Doren) and Janey (Lori Nelson), captured by Mitch (Robert Foulk) and brought before the judge (Lurene Tuttle), opening Untamed Youth, 1957.
Repeat Performance (1947) — (Movie Clip) The Stars Look Down John Ireland’s narration from the novel by William O’Farrell, schticky city-scape yields quickly to Joan Leslie in trouble, then into a becoming mink, and a New Year’s celebration where she meets partying Richard Basehart as William, Virginia Field as Paula, Benay Venuta as Bess, in the long underrated Noir Repeat Performance, 1947.
Repeat Performance (1947) — (Movie Clip) At The City Morgue Baffled because she’s jumped from New Year’s Eve 1946 when she shot and killed her husband, back in time to the previous year, Joan Leslie as actress Sheila is greatly relieved to find him (Louis Hayward in his first scene as playwright Barney) alive, affectionate and sober, in director Alfred Werker’s Noir Repeat Performance, 1947.
Repeat Performance (1947) — (Movie Clip) People Do Live Things Over We have reason to infer that William (Richard Basehart) may be lover as well as friend to actress Sheila (Joan Leslie) to whom she’s just confessed, at a New Year’s party, to killing her husband, prompting them to visit her intrepid producer Friday (Tom Conway) when things get metaphysical, John Ireland narrating, in Repeat Performance, 1947.
Violent Road (1958) - You Get Nervous And Jumpy We infer here that Dick Foran as military veteran Frank (a.k.a. Sarge) works at the nearby rocket company that has to move in a hurry due to a series of accidents, and he has problems at home, implied by his troubled wife Edith (Ann Doran), the first scene for both, in Warner Bros.’ Violent Road, 1958, starring Brian Keith.
Violent Road (1958) - You Must Take A Lot Of Vitamins! After an opening with a crash of a military test rocket, Brian Keith pulls up in the town where it happened, ending things with Merry Anders in a nice Fairlane, looking for trucking work, meeting boozy John Dennis, with Arthur Batanides, then impressed secretary Charmienne Harker, in Violent Road, 1958, from prolific producer-director Howard W. Koch.
Violent Road (1958) - Felt Like An Earthquake Feels like Henri-Geoge Clouzot’s Wages Of Fear from a few years earlier, Brian Keith as head trucker Mitch gets help from partner Joe (Perry Lopez) getting their rocket fuel through a tight spot, Dick Foran and Efrem Zimbalist Jr. the second crew, Sean Garrison and Arthur Batanides going last, in Violent Road, 1958.
Born Reckless (1958) - Title Tune, Boy Scout The never famous San Antonio rocker Johnny Olenn, on a rare Fender tenor electric guitar, leads with the title song, then leading man Jeff Richards turns down a rodeo tootsie (Asa Maynor) and visits sidekick "Cool Man" (Arthur Hunnicutt), opening the Mamie Van Doren vehicle Born Reckless, 1958.
Born Reckless (1958) - He Believes In The Siesta Jackie (Mamie Van Doren) reprises the title song for rodeo rider and maybe-boyfriend Kelly (Jeff Richards, with sidekick Arthur Hunnicutt), en route to visit his Latin virtual family led by "Papa" (Nacho Galindo, Allegra Varron as "Mama," Ray Beltran "Grandfather,"), in Born Reckless, 1958.
Frankenstein 1970 (1958) - Like A Rembrandt Following credits, opening in which blonde Carolyn (Jana Lund) is being chased by a monster (Mike Lane), except she isn't , Donald Barry as the director, Charlotte Austin assisting, Norbert Schiller as the monster's minder, in Frankenstein -- 1970, 1958.
Frankenstein 1970 (1958) - Goblins All Over The Place P-R man Mike (Tom Duggin) on the phone, starlet Carolyn (Jana Lund), servant Shuter (Norbert Schiller), his boss and the host, the financially strapped Baron Victor Frankenstein (Boris Karloff) who's reluctantly rented out his castle for their TV show, Charlotte Austin as Judy the script girl, in Frankenstein 1970, 1958.

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