"Life is an obscure hobo, bumming a ride on the omnibus of art."
Labels: Charles B. Griffith
posted by Aaron W. Graham at 12:35 PM
GREAT interview, Aaron! Perhaps Griffith has a copy of "Dr. Heckyl"...?
Hey Peter! Great to hear from you!I actually found a copy and had to send it to Griffith! He believed that the last time it was shown was on television in the mid 1980's, and that's where this must have came from. I believe MGM owns the rights and could easily put it out as a 'Midnite Movie', but there's no interest. I'm hoping it'll eventually be re-released on home video and maybe gain a few more fans.I've been working on the "Mr. Majestyk" piece lately, too, and will be sure to send it in as soon as it's done. Can't wait to see the other contributions, i'm sure it'll be a fantastic issue!
Try vidiots in LA. They have a website, www.vidiotsvideo.com and one of the craziest collections of rare stuff. (Even student films of the A-listers) I was going to look it up for you, but they have too many movies and I got tired on page 30.
Mona,Thanks for the link. I've since found a copy of "Dr. Heckyl", but will be sure to check out this site to see if they have some of the other rarities i've been looking for.Student films of A-listers? I'm now going to go there to see if they have "The Resurrection of Broncho Billy", scripted by John Carpenter...
Post a Comment
View my complete profile