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Norman T. Herman

A native of Newark, New Jersey, Norman T. Herman received his education at Rutgers University and New York University. His entrance into the film business was as an accountant at American International Pictures, which he joined in 1955. He soon became a producer at AIP, responsible for such films as Hot Rod Girl (1956), Bloody Mama (1970) and ... See full bio »

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The Legend of Hell House
Teenage Rebellion
Tokyo After Dark
Tokyo After Dark Producer
Rolling Thunder
Rolling Thunder Producer


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 1977 Rolling Thunder (producer)
 1974 Dirty Mary Crazy Larry (producer)
 1973 The Legend of Hell House (producer)
 1972 Blacula (producer - uncredited)
 1972 Frogs (executive producer)
 1971 Bunny O'Hare (producer)
 1970 Angel Unchained (co-producer)
 1970 Up in the Cellar (co-producer)
 1970 Bloody Mama (co-producer)
 1968 Three in the Attic (associate producer - as Norman Herman)
 1968 Killers Three (associate producer)
 1968 Psych-Out (producer - uncredited)
 1967 Teenage Rebellion (Documentary) (producer)
 1959 Tokyo After Dark (producer)
 1957 Undersea Girl (producer)
 1957 Hot Rod Rumble (producer)
 1957 Sierra Stranger (producer)
 1956 Hot Rod Girl (producer)
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