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William Marshall

William Marshall



Dead Babies (2000)

Dead Babies, (Mood Swingers for US release), is a 2000 British film directed by William Marsh. It is based on the novel of the same name by Martin Amis. The film, which was badly received, was reviewed in the British newspaper the Guardian which described it as "boring, embarrassing, nasty and st...

Sorceress (1995)

A witch (Julie Strain) gets rid of her husband's (Larry Poindexter) main competitor (Edward Albert) at work, by casting a spell that results in Edward being crippled for life. However, Albert's wife (Linda Blair) also happens to be a witch and she is intent on bringing those who caused her and he...

Twilight's Last Gleaming (1977)

After escaping from a military prison, rogue Air Force general Lawrence Dell (Burt Lancaster) and accomplices Powell and Garvas infiltrate an ICBM complex and gain launch control over its nine nuclear missiles. They then make direct contact with the US government (avoiding any media attention) an...

Abby (1974)

Abby is a 1974 blaxploitation horror film about a woman who is possessed by an African sex spirit. The film starred William H. Marshall, best known for portraying the lead role in Blacula, Terry Carter, and Carol Speed as the title character. It was directed by William Girdler, who co-wrote the f...

Scream Blacula Scream (1973)

After a dying Voodoo queen, Mama Loa, chooses an adopted apprentice, Lisa Fortier (Pam Grier) as her successor, her arrogant son and true heir, Willis, (Richard Lawson) is outraged. Seeking revenge, he buys the bones of Mamuwalde the vampire from the former shaman of the voodoo cult, and uses voo...

Blacula (1972)

In 1780, Prince Mamuwalde (William H. Marshall), the ruler of the Abani African nation, seeks the help of Count Dracula (Charles Macaulay) in suppressing the slave trade. Dracula, refusing to help, transforms Mamuwalde into a vampire and imprisons him in a sealed coffin. Mamuwalde's wife, Luva (V...

The Boston Strangler (1968)

The first part of the film shows the police investigation, with some examples of the seedier side of Boston life, including promiscuity in the adult quarters of the city. The second part shows the apprehension of DeSalvo. Bottomly's intent is to answer the question presented in the film's famous ...

The Phantom Planet (1961)

In the future world of 1980 the United States Air Force's Space Exploration Wing has bases on the moon and is on the eve of a mission to Mars. When one of their Pegasus spacecraft with two crew members aboard mysteriously disappears, Mars mission pilot Captain Frank Chapman and his navigator Lt. ...

Something of Value (1957)

Kikuyu tribal members work on Henry McKenzie's farm in 1940s Kenya. Two young men, Kenyan native Kimani and Henry's son Peter, have grown up together, almost like brothers. Prejudices surface when Peter's brother-in-law Jeff Newton slaps the face of Kimani after his request to use a rifle. Kiman...

Demetrius and the Gladiators (1954)

The film begins with a clip from the previous film, showing its central characters Marcellus and Diana going to be martyred for their Christian beliefs on the order of Emperor Caligula. Before being executed, Diana hands the robe to Marcellus' servant Marcipor, telling him that it is "for the Big...

Adventures of Captain Fabian (1951)

Adventures of Captain Fabian is a 1951 American film starring Errol Flynn. The plot revolves around the travails of a French Creole maid in a household of 1860 New Orleans and her romantic involvement with Captain Fabian. As with many later Flynn features, the tangled production history is arguab...

Blackmail (1947)

A shamus is approached by an entertainment executive to stop a blackmail plot against him.

State Fair (1945)

The Frake family heads off for the Iowa State Fair - each with their own hopes for the trip. The scene begins with Margy (Jeanne Crain)in a melancholy mood and sings "It Might As Well Be Spring". Father Abel (Charles Winninger) tends to his pig Blue Boy and bets with a neighbor that the pig will ...

Belle of the Yukon (1944)

Belle of the Yukon is a 1944 American film produced and directed by William A. Seiter and starring Randolph Scott, Gypsy Rose Lee, and Dinah Shore. Based on a story by Houston Branch and set in the days of the great Canadian Gold Rush, the film is about a "reformed" con artist-turned-dance hall o...

Tomorrow We Live (1942)

Julie Bronson, whose father operates a desert cafe, is attracting the unwanted attention of a half-crazed gangster known as The Ghost who runs a desert night club several miles away.