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Al Zimbalist (1916–1975)

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Cat-Women of the Moon
(1953)
King Dinosaur
King Dinosaur Producer
(1955)
Miss Robin Crusoe
(1954)
Robot Monster
Robot Monster Producer
(1953)

Filmography

Hide Hide Show Show Producer (11 credits)
 1965 Young Dillinger (producer - as Alfred Zimbalist)
 1963 Drums of Africa (producer)
 1961 Valley of the Dragons (executive producer - as Alfred Zimbalist)
 1959 Tarzan, the Ape Man (producer)
 1959 Watusi (producer)
 1957 Baby Face Nelson (producer)
 1957 Monster from Green Hell (producer)
 1955 King Dinosaur (executive producer)
 1954 Miss Robin Crusoe (associate producer)
 1953 Cat-Women of the Moon (producer)
 1953 Robot Monster (executive producer)
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 1965 Taffy and the Jungle Hunter (additional dialogue)
 1955 King Dinosaur (based on an original story by)
 1954 Miss Robin Crusoe (story)
 1953 Cat-Women of the Moon (based on a story)
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 1952 Rose of Cimarron (executive assistant)
 1951 The Sword of Monte Cristo (executive assistant - as Alfred Zimbalist)
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 1953 Cat-Women of the Moon (special effects creator)
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 1965 Taffy and the Jungle Hunter (production supervisor)
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 1965 Taffy and the Jungle Hunter (lyrics: "Taffy")
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Alternate Names:

Alfred Zimbalist
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He was a low-budget producer. He fashioned a group of films using footage originally shot for King Solomon's Mines (1950), including a remake of the story under the title Watusi (1959). See more »

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