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Russ Jones entered films via comic books. He began working with the legendary Wallace Wood and was soon on his own, creating the popular black and white magazines, 'Creepy,' and Eerie.' He then published 'Monster Mania,' (1966) . That year he went under personal contract to Producer Anthony Nelson Keys, and became involved in re-writes for more ... See full bio »

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The Salton Sea
The Salton Sea Art Department
Gallery of Horror
Busby Berkeley
Busby Berkeley Producer


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 1971 The House That Dripped Blood (segment "Waxworks", uncredited)
 1967 Gallery of Horror (original stories)
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 1974 ASAP: Alcohol Safety Action Project (TV Movie documentary) (producer)
 1974 Busby Berkeley (Documentary) (producer)
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 1974 Busby Berkeley (Documentary)
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 1967 Gallery of Horror
Londoner killed by Mob / Resurrected Charles (uncredited)
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 2002 The Salton Sea (paintings and illustrations)
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 1971 Macbeth (stunt double: broadsword - uncredited)
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 1974 Busby Berkeley (Documentary)

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Interviewed about "Dr. Terror's Gallery of Horrors" in Tom Weaver's book "Eye on Science Fiction" (McFarland & Co., 2003). See more »

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