Herman Cohen


Exhibitor

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Sophie's Place (1970)

Writer (Feature Film)

Craze (1973)
Screenwriter
Berserk (1967)
Original story--Screenplay
Black Zoo (1963)
Original story--Screenplay
Konga (1961)
Original story & Screenplay
The Headless Ghost (1959)
Original story and Screenplay
Horrors of the Black Museum (1959)
Original story and Screenplay
How to Make a Monster (1958)
Original story and Screenplay
I Was a Teenage Werewolf (1957)
Original story and Screenplay
Blood of Dracula (1957)
Original story and Screenplay
Thunder in the City (1937)
Screenplay

Producer (Feature Film)

Sophie's Place (1970)
Producer
Trog (1970)
Producer
Berserk (1967)
Producer
A Study in Terror (1966)
Presented By
A Study in Terror (1966)
Executive Producer
Black Zoo (1963)
Producer
Konga (1961)
Producer
The Headless Ghost (1959)
Producer
Horrors of the Black Museum (1959)
Producer
How to Make a Monster (1958)
Producer
I Was a Teenage Werewolf (1957)
Producer
Crime of Passion (1957)
Producer
I Was a Teenage Frankenstein (1957)
Producer
Blood of Dracula (1957)
Producer
The Brass Legend (1956)
Producer
Magnificent Roughnecks (1956)
Producer
Operation Malaya (1955)
Executive Producer
River Beat (1954)
Executive Producer
Target Earth (1954)
Producer
Battles of Chief Pontiac (1952)
Associate Producer
Kid Monk Baroni (1952)
Associate Producer
Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla (1952)
Associate Producer
The Bushwhackers (1951)
Associate Producer

Animation (Feature Film)

Daffy Duck's Movie: Fantastic Island (1983)
Animation Classic Cartoons
1001 arabian nights (1959)
Animation

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Bride of the Gorilla (1951)
Assistant to prod
The Basketball Fix (1951)
Assistant to prod
Two Dollar Bettor (1951)
Assistant to prod

Production Companies (Feature Film)

Sophie's Place (1970)
Company
Konga (1961)
Company

Life Events

Photo Collections

Konga - Comic Book
Here is an issue of the early 1960s comic book series based on Konga (1961). The Charleton Comics series was touted as being "from the Herman Cohen Production." Noted comics artist Steve Ditko illustrated most of the covers and many of the interior pages.

Videos

Movie Clip

Crime Of Passion (1957) - Propaganda Not For Me San Francisco sob-sister columnist Kathy (Barbara Stanwyck) with L-A cop Bill (Sterling Hayden), having just met that day, have clicked after she found the murderess he came to town to arrest, in Crime Of Passion, 1957.
Crime Of Passion (1957) - World Made By Men Booking desk then press room at the San Francisco P.D., brassy reporter Kathy (Barbara Stanwyck) looking for an angle on an at-large murderess, when the bad L-A cops sent to arrest her (Royal Dano, Sterling Hayden) bust in, early in Crime Of Passion, 1957, original screenplay by Jo Eisinger.
Berserk! (1967) - You Slut! Circus performers after hours, Matilda (Diana Dors) exhorting colleagues, little Bruno (George Claydon, with Philip Madoc, Golda Casimir, Philip Madoc et al) to blame boss Monica (Joan Crawford) for the murders, when guess-who arrives, in Berserk!, 1967.
Berserk! (1967) - The Capacity To Love Experienced circus boss Monica (Joan Crawford) throwing cold water on her hot date with youthful acrobat Frank (Ty Hardin), who's then followed by her suspicious partner Dorando (Michael Gough), who finds trouble, in Berserk!, 1967.
Berserk! (1967) - Open, Gaspar Right off the bat opening, Joan Crawford as circus proprietor and and ring mistress "Monica Rivers," nifty graphics as high-wire man Gaspar (Thomas Cimarro) becomes victim number one, in the Herman Cohen production Berserk!, 1967.
Study In Terror, A - And Now, Whitechapel! Holmes (John Neville) schools Watson (Donald Houston) who's reading about Jack the Ripper as they become engaged in the case in the time-bending A Study In Terror, 1966.
Study In Terror, A - I'll Have You Carved! Victim-to-be Polly (Christiane Maybach) tangles with customers then with barkeep Steiner (Peter Carsten) before meeting her end in the Sherlock Holmes/Jack The Ripper yarn A Study In Terror, 1966.
Study In Terror, A - Thanks To Jack The Ripper! Crusading doctor Murray (Anthony Quayle, with aide Judi Dench standing by) addresses a crowd including Holmes (John Neville) and Watson (Donald Houston) in A Study In Terror, 1966.

Bibliography