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Alex Gordon (I) (1922–2003)

Alex Gordon and his equally movie-crazy brother Richard Gordon haunted English movie theaters as boys before emigrating to New York in 1947. Richard remained East Coast-based as he forged a career as a film distributor and producer, while Alex set down roots in Hollywood, where he got in on the ground floor at AIP and produced the company's Day ... See full bio »

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Bride of the Monster
The Underwater City
The Atomic Submarine


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 1965 The Bounty Killer (producer)
 1965 Requiem for a Gunfighter (producer)
 1962 The Underwater City (producer)
 1959 The Atomic Submarine (producer)
 1958 Submarine Seahawk (producer)
 1958 Jet Attack (producer)
 1957 Motorcycle Gang (producer)
 1957 Dragstrip Girl (producer)
 1957 Voodoo Woman (producer)
 1956 Runaway Daughters (producer)
 1956 Shake, Rattle & Rock! (producer)
 1956 Flesh and the Spur (producer)
 1956 The She-Creature (producer)
 1956 Girls in Prison (producer)
 1956 The Oklahoma Woman (associate producer)
 1955 Day the World Ended (executive producer)
 1955 Apache Woman (executive producer)
 1954 The Lawless Rider (executive producer)
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[about director Spencer Gordon Bennet] He was more interested in bringing a picture in on time and on budget and staging the action sequences rather than directing the actors. He did very little to direct the actors.


Fox executive William Self assigned Gordon to inventory the archival vaults at Fox and what was there as to its condition and potential commercial exploitation. Fox executives pitied him for having to look through such "worthless old junk," but according to film historian William K. Everson, Gordon would have paid them for the privilege. Gordon uncovered copies of films thought to be lost such as ... See more »

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