Duane Jones

Duane Jones


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Losing Ground (1982) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Using Religious Ecstasy Squeezing in a research session at her New York college library, philosophy professor Sara (Seret Scott) has an evidently chance encounter with handsome and well-read Duane Jones (we’ll later learn he’s named Duke), then, late for a date, remembers to call her husband, in writer-director Kathleen Collins’ Losing Ground, 1982.
Losing Ground (1982) -- (Movie Clip) Sabor a Conga The song title translates to “Taste Of Conga” and the band, Los Patines, are “The Skates,” making an interesting choice as director Kathleen Collins follows Victor (Bill Gunn), artist husband of the college professor heroine, on the first visit to the town where he wants to take a summer house, in Losing Ground, 1982.
Night Of The Living Dead (1968) -- (Movie Clip) All Persons Who Die Ben (Duane Jones) and fellow thus-far survivors watching the telly for news of the zombies, George Kosana as "Sheriff McClelland" stealing the scenes, near the climax of George A. Romero's original Night Of The Living Dead, 1968.
Night Of The Living Dead (1968) -- (Movie Clip) The Cellar Is A Death Trap! Dispute among the threatened humans, Cooper (Karl Hardman) suggesting strategic retreat to the basement, Ben (Duane Jones) and young Tom (Keith Wayne) objecting, zombies closing in, in George A. Romero's Night Of The Living Dead, 1968.
Ganja And Hess (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Addicted To Blood Fascinating opening from director Bill Gunn, minister and chauffeur Luther (Sam Waymon) narrating as he introduces his boss Dr. Hess (Duane Jones), in Ganja And Hess, 1973.
Ganja And Hess (1973) -- (Movie Clip) What Hunger Is Troubled, and addicted to blood, Dr. Hess (Duane Jones) conferring with his new assistant and expert George Meda (Bill Gunn, the director and screenwriter), imagninings taking over, early in Ganja And Hess, 1973.