1 Biographical Movie |
1 Portrayal |
5 Interviews |
Kenneth Langtry | Ralph Thornton
Did You Know?
[on working with Bela Lugosi
on Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla
(1952)] He was an old man and not well . . . You couldn't have a personal relationship with him, or a personal conversation, because the minute he was through shooting anything on the sound stage, they [his wife and son] would whisk him back to his dressing room.
James H. Nicholson
approached him about being a partner in the American Releasing Company (later American International Pictures). Cohen had to turn the offer down due to a commitment to United Artists. Nicholson then offered the position to his lawyer, Samuel Z. Arkoff
. Many of Cohen's productions would be released through AIP.