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Forgotten Horrors 4

Forgotten Horrors 5

Most of the movie books listed below are to be recommended, some
are to be avoided, but
The Missing Link applauds all the authors for
attempting to record and catalogue horror films from a bygone age of
cinema, bringing the films and actors to the attentions of contemporary

The Missing Link BOOK REVIEWS

Bela Lugosi by Gary J. & Susan Svehla
The BFI Companion To Horror edited by Kim Newman
A Blind Bargain: a Reconstruction of the Film by Philip J. Riley

Conrad Veidt Retrospective by Shirley Conway

Dracula. The Ultimate, Illustrated Edition of the
World Famous Vampire Play
edited by David J. Skal

Forgotten Horrors by George E. Turner & Michael H. Price
 Forgotten Horrors 2: Beyond the Horror Ban
by George E. Turner & Michael H. Price
Forgotten Horrors 3: Dr. Turner's House of Horrors
by Michael H. Price & John Wooley with George E. Turner
From Metropolis to Gold by Peter Herzog & Gene Vazzana

George Sanders, An Exhausted Life by Richard Vanderbeets

Horror in Silent Films. A Filmography 1896 -1929 by Roy Kinnard
Human Monsters by George E. Turner & Michael H. Price
Human Monsters: The Definitive Edition
by George E. Turner & Michael H. Price

The Illustrated Dinosaur Movie Guide by Stephen Jones
The Illustrated Frankenstein Movie Guide by Stephen Jones
It's Alive! The Classic Cinema Saga of Frankenstein
by Gregory William Mank

Jacques Tourneur: The Cinema of Nightfall by Chris Fujiwara
James Whale by James Curtis

The Making of King Kong by Orville Goldner & George E. Turner
Missing Believed Lost by Allan Kyles & David Meeker
The Guide To Horror by Cheryl Duran
The Monster Show: A Cultural History of Horror by David J. Skal

On the Other Hand, A life Story by Fay Wray

A Quaint & Curious Volume of Forgotten Lore by Frank J. Dello Stritto
Quinlan's Illustrated Directory of Character Actors by David Quinlan

Scream Queens. Heroines of the Horrors by Calvin Thomas Beck
Shooting Star: the Last of the Silent Film Stars by Chili Bouchier
Sixty-Three Years a Movie Fan by Norman Olden

Vampire Over London - Bela Lugosi in Britain
by Frank Dello Stritto and Andi Brooks
Vintage Monster Movies by Robert Marrero

Willis O'Brien Special Effects Genius by Steve Archer

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Background: Gosta Ekman in Faust (1926)


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