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Program Information

Program name: The Universal History of Horror Part 1: 1931 -39
Program category: History
Media- Film
Media- Other
Program length: 2 Hours
Audience level: All ages
Audience size: Open
Program description: The 1930s- Always a true crowd pleaser, this 45 minute collection of 6 short Castle Film Digests consisting of Dracula (1931), Frankenstein (1931), The Invisible Man (1932), The Mummy (1932), The Bride of Frankenstein (1935), and the Son of Frankenstein (1939), tells the true history of classic horror in the cinema and exemplifies the growth of cinema in general. Explains the social significance of horror films in our society. Plus you get a wealth of movie materials (posters, pressbooks, etc) dating back to the golden days until the present. A two hour program that serves as both a history lesson as well as group participation event.
Space/special requirements: A screen to show the film on. If venue does not have screen, I can provide one. I will of course provide the 16mm projector.
Travel restrictions: Long Island & NY City only
Program fee: $101- $200
Is this fee negotiable? No
Mileage included? Yes
Notes about the fee:
Other notes:
Regions this program
can be performed in:
Metro
Long Island
Program last updated: 04/05/2019
   
Performer Information (see all of this performer's programs)
Performer name: Keith Crocker
Phone: 516-377-0011
Mailing address: 1540 Wales Ave.
North Baldwin, NY 11510
E-mail address: drfaustusmd@verizon.net
   
Previous appearances at: Oceanside Public Library, Port Washington Public Library , East Meadow Public Library , Merrick Public Library , Elmont Public Library
Contact information for New York State Public Libraries
Performer information last updated: 05/31/2019

 

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