Anthony Hinds


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

The Ghoul (1975)
Screenplay
Frankenstein and the Monster From Hell (1974)
Screenplay

Producer (Feature Film)

The Lost Continent (1968)
Executive Producer
The Devil's Bride (1968)
Executive Producer
Prehistoric Women (1967)
Executive Producer
The Reptile (1966)
Executive Producer
Dracula--Prince of Darkness (1966)
Executive Producer
Rasputin--The Mad Monk (1966)
Executive Producer
The Plague of the Zombies (1966)
Executive Producer
The Nanny (1965)
Executive Producer
These Are the Damned (1965)
Producer
Die! Die! My Darling! (1965)
Producer
The Evil of Frankenstein (1964)
Producer
Paranoiac (1963)
Producer
The Old Dark House (1963)
Producer
The Kiss of the Vampire (1963)
Producer
The Phantom of the Opera (1962)
Producer
Never Take Candy From a Stranger (1961)
Producer
The Curse of the Werewolf (1961)
Producer
The Stranglers of Bombay (1960)
Producer
The Brides of Dracula (1960)
Producer
The Hound of the Baskervilles (1959)
Producer
The Revenge of Frankenstein (1958)
Producer
The Camp on Blood Island (1958)
Producer
Horror of Dracula (1958)
Producer
The Curse of Frankenstein (1957)
Producer
Enemy from Space (1957)
Producer
X the Unknown (1957)
Producer
Blonde Bait (1956)
Producer
The Creeping Unknown (1956)
Producer
The Glass Tomb (1955)
Producer
The Saint's Girl Friday (1954)
Producer
Heat Wave (1954)
Producer
Paid to Kill (1954)
Producer
Bad Blonde (1953)
Producer
Terror Street (1953)
Producer
Man Bait (1952)
Producer
Whispering Smith vs. Scotland Yard (1952)
Producer
Scotland Yard Inspector (1952)
Producer
The Gambler and the Lady (1952)
Producer
Stolen Face (1952)
Producer
Wings of Danger (1952)
Producer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Frankenstein Created Woman (1967) - Twist That Anti-Clockwise Not altogether essential to the story but allowing for some philosophical commentary, Dr. Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) here has enlisted assistant Hertz (Thorley Walters) to enable the power source for the experiment referred-to in the title, cueing some excellent Hammer Films’ tech, in Frankenstein Created Woman, 1967.
Old Dark House, The (1963) - You're Very Brave To Come American car salesman Tom (Poston), let in through the trap-door after the car he delivered was crushed by statues, with Potiphar (Mervyn Johns) who updates him on his customer Casper (Peter Bull) before Cecily (Janette Scott) appears, in William Castle's The Old Dark House, 1963
Old Dark House, The (1963) - The Morgan The Pirate? The Femms (Robert Morley as Roderick, Janette Scott as Cecily, Fenella Fielding as Morgana, Joyce Grenfell as Agatha) explain to American Tom (Poston) that they don't believe he's been sent to their English home by accident, in William Castle's re-make The Old Dark House, 1963.
Curse Of The Werewolf (1961) - Don't You Like Goose? Second scene, in which a beggar (Richard Wordsworth) in a Spanish town meets the notoriously cruel Marques Siniestro (Anthony Dawson) and his bride (Josephine Llewellyn), and a chef (Charles Lamb) and things get nasty, in Hammer Films’ Curse Of The Werewolf, 1961, featuring Oliver Reed.
Curse Of The Werewolf (1961) - I Dream I'm A Wolf Professor Carido (Clifford Evans) and servant Teresa (Hira Talfrey) puzzle over the wolf attacks in their 18th century Spanish village, worried that his semi-adopted son Leon (Justin Walters) might be involved, in Hammer Films’ Curse Of The Werewolf, 1961.
Curse Of The Werewolf (1961) - Does It Make Her Happy? We’ve finally met Oliver Reed, introduced after 50 minutes, in 18th century Spain, as now-grown Leon, whom we know has wolfy tendencies, taking a job with Fernando (Ewen Solon), meeting colleague Jose (Martin Matthews) and the owner’s daughter Cristina (Catherine Feller), in Curse Of The Werewolf, 1961.
Curse Of The Werewolf (1961) - She Lived Like An Animal The mute servant girl (Yvonne Romain) awakens after being attacked by the long-imprisoned beggar, whom she finds dead, then confronts the Spanish Marques (Anthony Dawson) who also attacked her, before she’s rescued by professor Carido (Clifford Evans), narrating, and Teresa (Hira Talfrey), in Curse Of The Werewolf, 1961.
Brides Of Dracula, The (1960) - We Pray For Death Marianne (Yvonne Monlaur) the visiting French teacher, unaware of the vampire business, doing well not being shocked at how the Baroness (Martita Hunt) treats her maybe-mad son, whom she accidentally saw, whereupon he (David Peel) explains his perspective, in Hammer Films’ The Brides Of Dracula, 1960.
Brides Of Dracula, The (1960) - Monarch Of All Vampires Opening with plenty-chilling narration, from Hammer Films’ and director Terence Fisher, French Marianne (Yvonne Monlaur) rides into Transylvania with a nervous driver (Michael Ripper) and a lurking spook (Michael Mulcaster), in the 1960 monster spinoff The Brides Of Dracula, starring Peter Cushing.
Brides Of Dracula, The (1960) - The Master's Waiting For You Van Helsing (Peter Cushing), rightly suspecting that servant Greta (Freda Jackson) is with the vampires, catches her coaching the freshly dead “village girl” (Marie Devereux) on rising from the grave, the priest (un-credited actor!) assisting after she transforms, in Hammer Films’ The Brides Of Dracula, 1960.
Horror Of Dracula (1958) - Opening Two simple shots, the opening from Hammer Films’ Horror Of Dracula, 1958, only the studio’s second color horror film and the international hit that led to the studio’s commitment to the genre, starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee.
Horror Of Dracula (1958) - Get Some Color Back Into Those Cheeks Without revealing that he’s a vampire hunter, Van Helsing (Peter Cushing, not seen here) has just told Arthur and Mina (Michael Gough, Melissa Stribling) of the death of Harker, fiancè to his sister Lucy (Carol Marsh), who has strangely taken ill, in Hammer Films’ Horror Of Dracula, 1958.

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