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Alan K. Rode

Alan K. Rode is a writer, historian, actor and producer. A cinematic Renaissance man, he has written acclaimed biographies of legendary director Michael Curtiz and tough guy actor Charles McGraw while creating essays and profiles for a variety of cinema based publications. Alan is a charter director of the Film Noir Foundation and the producer-host... See full bio »

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 2021 Facemaker: Peter Lorre and 'The Face Behind the Mask' (Video short) (associate producer)
 2020 Hollywood Champion: A Tribute to Kirk Douglas (Video short) (co-producer)
 2020 Martini Shot: William Atherton & The Day of the Locust (Video short) (co-producer)
 2020 Remembering Fay Wray (Video short) (co-producer)
 2019 Freeing Trapped (Video short) (executive producer)
 2019 A Sedulous Cinderella: Richard Fleischer Remembered (Video short) (executive producer)
 2018 The Man Who Cheated Himself-Revisited (Documentary short) (executive producer)
 2018 Deadly is the Male: The Making of RAW DEAL (Short) (executive producer)
 2018 Dennis O'Keefe: An Extraordinary Ordinary Guy (Short) (executive producer)
 2017 Below the Surface: He Walked by Night (Video short) (executive producer)
 2017 A Director's Daughter: Nina Mann (Video short) (executive producer)
 2017 Into the Darkness: Mann, Alton and T-Men (Video short) (executive producer)
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Blu Ray audio Commentary "Major Dundee." See more »


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There are many "B" movies that hold up as virtuous entertainment. I am invigorated after watching a film that can relate a compelling story in a fast-paced 75 to 80 minutes instead of so many contemporary films that desperately require the adult supervision of an objective editor.


His Grandfather, Alfons Corelli, was an assistant musical director at Universal Studios during the 1920's, worked as bit actor in films and founded Corelli-Jacobs Recording Inc. in New York City. See more »

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