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Joseph Green (II) (1928–1999)

Joseph Green was born on January 28, 1928 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. He was a writer and director, known for The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1962), The Brain That Wouldn't Die (2020) and The Perils of P.K. (1986). He died on September 1, 1999 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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(1986)
Day-Dream Producer
(1964)

Filmography

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 2020 The Brain That Wouldn't Die (original story)
 2019 Hideouser and Hideouser (Short) (co-writer)
 1962 The Brain That Wouldn't Die (original story) / (screenplay)
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 1969 The Brazen Women of Balzac (producer - U.S. version)
 1964 Day-Dream (producer - 1966 USA version)
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 1964 Day-Dream (director: post-production - english version)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Short story (with James Webbert): "Haggard Honeymoon".
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Trivia:

Owned Joseph Green Pictures, a small (he answered the phone himself) company that distributed an eclectic mix of minor foreign films (such as Claude Chabrol's Pleasure Party (1975)) and kung fu/exploitation pictures.

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