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Doug Hobart is known for his work on Death Curse of Tartu (1966), Sting of Death (1965) and Flesh Feast (1970). See full bio »

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Known For

Death Curse of Tartu
Sting of Death
Sting of Death Egon as a monster
Flesh Feast
Flesh Feast Makeup Department
Scream Baby Scream
Scream Baby Scream Makeup Department


Hide Hide Show Show Actor (5 credits)
 1974 Impulse
Dead Man in Coffin at Mortuary (uncredited)
 1968 My Third Wife, George
Courtroom Man (uncredited)
 1966 Death Curse of Tartu
Tartu (as Douglas Hobart)
 1965 Sting of Death
Egon as a monster
 1958 The Professor (TV Movie)
The Werewolf
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 1976 Blood Stalkers (makeup effects)
 1970 Flesh Feast (special makeup effects artist)
 1969 Scream Baby Scream (special makeup effects artist - as Douglas Hobart)
 1966 Death Curse of Tartu (special makeup effects artist)
Hide Hide Show Show Special effects (2 credits)
 1970 Flesh Feast (special effects)
 1968 Fireball Jungle (special effects)
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (2 credits)
 1974 Impulse (associate producer - as Douglas Hobart)
 1967 The Weird World of LSD (producer)
Hide Hide Show Show Production manager (1 credit)
 1968 Savages from Hell (production manager)
Hide Hide Show Show Set decorator (1 credit)
Hide Hide Show Show Stunts (1 credit)
 1965 Sting of Death (stunts: jellyfish-man)
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 1970 The Naked Zoo (assistant to the producer - as Douglas B. Hobart)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Hosted a "midnight spook show" that covered all or parts of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, entitled "Dr. Traboh and his chamber of monsters" which featured a Frankenstein monster, a wolfman, and "five dancing dragonettes". The local show lasted 9 years and ended in the mid-50's.

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Alternate Names:

Douglas B. Hobart | Douglas Hobart

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