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Bryant Haliday (1928–1996)

Bryant Haliday was born in Rhode Island and spent time in an English Benedictine monastery. Entering Harvard to study international law, he became involved with a group of students who were interested in putting on plays. He caught the acting bug and abruptly gave up law to become a man of the theater. They bought an abandoned church, converted it... See full bio »


(age 68) in Paris, France

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Known For

Devil Doll
Devil Doll The Great Vorelli
Voodoo Blood Death
Voodoo Blood Death Mike Stacey
The Projected Man
The Projected Man Dr. Paul Steiner


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 1972 Horror on Snape Island
 1965 Voodoo Blood Death
Mike Stacey (as Bryant Halliday)
 1963 Règlements de compte
 1962 Jusqu'à plus soif
Ken Harvey
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 1963 The Face of War (Documentary)
Narrator (English language version)
 1951 Bullfight (Documentary)
Narrator (American version)
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 2015 Inside the Tower (Video documentary short)
 2010 The Puppet Master: Richard Gordon on 'Devil Doll' (Video documentary short)
 2008 Truly, Madly, Cheaply!: British B Movies (TV Movie documentary)
The Great Vorelli

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Bryant Halliday

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I'd walk miles for the hubble, bubble and toil of a good horror movie, or to watch Vincent Price stirring cauldrons of horror, or to observe a well-fanged Christopher Lee on the prowl for blood. I love to see black horses and coaches galloping through the night and all that traditional stuff. The more traditional it is, the better I like it.


Two of the five films in which he appeared were featured on episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000 (1988). See more »

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