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Donn Davison (1944–1999)

In addition to being a film producer and director, Donn Davison also was the manager of the famous Dragon Art Theater in California. He appeared in a short film clip introducing each adult double feature (preserved on Something Weird Video's VHS double-features), was a talker in roadshow shorts enticing audience members to buy "how-to" sex manuals... See full bio »

Died:

(age 55) in Kentucky, USA

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Filmography

Hide Hide Show Show Producer (5 credits)
 1978 The Force Beyond (Documentary) (producer)
 1976 Secrets of the Gods (Documentary) (producer)
 1971 Honey Britches (producer)
 1968 Moonshiner's Woman (producer - as D. E. Davison)
 1967 She Freak (producer - "Asylum of the Insane" version, uncredited)
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 1975 Blood Beast of Monster Mountain (uncredited)
 1968 Moonshiner's Woman (as D. E. Davison)
 1967 She Freak (inserts, "Asylum of the Insane" version, uncredited)
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 1978 The Force Beyond (Documentary) (writer)
 1976 Secrets of the Gods (Documentary)
 1968 Moonshiner's Woman (original screenplay - as D.E. Davison)
 1967 She Freak (inserts "Asylum of the Insane" version - uncredited)
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 1976 Crypt of Dark Secrets
Folklore Expert (uncredited)
 1975 Blood Beast of Monster Mountain
World Traveler, Lecturer and Psychic Investigator
 1968 Moonshiner's Woman
Jarvis (as Alan Davis)
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 1974 Beyond the Door (special effects)
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 1978 The Force Beyond (Documentary) (researcher)
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 1992 Spooks A-Poppin' (Documentary)
Himself
 1978 The Force Beyond (Documentary)
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1 Interview | 1 Article | See more »

Alternate Names:

Alan Davis | Don Davis | D. E. Davison | D.E. Davison | Don K. Davison | Alan Milan
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Trivia:

From 1970-1975, he was a producer for Edward L. Montoro's notorious production company, Film Ventures International. See more »

Star Sign:

Pisces

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