Roger Corman

Roger William Corman is a mind controlled movie director of the Saturn cult, used in the Hollywood film industry to create the hippie counterculture and New Hollywood scene (linked to MK Ultra). He was educated at Beverly Hills High School and Stanford University. He worked for American International Pictures of Samuel Z. Arkoff. He was the mentor of Jonathan Demme, Francis Ford Coppola, Ron Howard, Curtis Hanson, Joe Dante, James Cameron, Martin Scorcese.

His brother Gene Corman was an agent of Ray Milland, Joan Crawford and Harry Belafonte as vice-president of MCA and later worked for MGM and 20th Century Fox. He produced Ski Party with Anette Funicello and Girls at Beach with The Beach Boys and Lana Wood (ABC show Peyton Place, sister of Natalie Wood).

Roger and his brother founded New World Pictures in 1970. It distributed God Told Me To with Andy Kaufman.

His protege Ronald Krauss directed Christian movie Gimme Shelter with Vanessa Hudgens.

born 4/5/1926.

Filmography

1954 Highway Dragnet Joan Brnnett (Associate producer, story) William F. Broidy Productions/Allied Artists Directed by Nathan Juran
1954 Monster from the Ocean Floor (Producer, actor) Paolo Alto/Lippert Pictures Directed by Wyott Ordung
1954 The Fast and the Furious (producer, actor, stunt driver) Dorothy Malone
1955 Five Guns West (Director, producer)
1955 The Beast with a Million Eyes (Director, executive producer) Samuel Z. Arkoff as co-producer, Paul Birch (Pasadena Playhouse).
1955 Apache Woman (Director, producer) Paul Birch Lloyd Bridges
1955 Day the World Ended (Director, producer) Paul Birch
1956 Swamp Women (Director, producer) Beverly Garland
1956 The Oklahoma Woman (Director, producer) Peggie Castle (Hollywood High School) Richard Miller (CCNY) Samuel Arkoff
1956 It Conquered the World (Director, producer) Lee Van Cleef Beverly Garland
1956 Gunslinger (Director, producer) Richard Miller
1957 Naked Paradise (Director, producer, actor) Beverly Garland Richard Miller
1957 Not of This Earth (Director, producer) Paul Birch Beverly Garland Richard Miller one eye
1957 Attack of the Crab Monsters (Director, producer)
1957 Rock All Night (Director, producer)
1957 The Undead (Director, producer)
1957 Teenage Doll (Director, producer) June Kenney (Hollywood Professional School, Meglin School of Dance) Allied Artists doll programming
1957 Carnival Rock (Director, producer) Ed Nelson (Peyton Place)
1957 Sorority Girl (Director, producer) June Kenney Susan Cabot (killed by her son)
1958 The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent (Director, producer) June Kenney Susan Cabot
1958 War of the Satellites (Director, producer, actor)
1958 Machine-Gun Kelly (Director, producer) Charles Bronson Morey Amsterdam (The Dick van Dyke Show)
1958 She Gods of Shark Reef (Director, producer)
1958 Night of the Blood Beast (Producer) Ed Nelson
1958 Hot Car Girl (Executive producer) Jana Lund (sister played in The Blue Bird with Shirley Temple) Ed Nelson June Kenney produced by Gene Corman
1958 The Cry Baby Killer (Executive producer, Actor) Jack Nicholson
1958 Teenage Caveman (Director)
1959 I Mobster (Director, producer) Alco/20th Century Fox Steve Cochran stripper Lili St Cyr one eye
1959 A Bucket of Blood (Director, producer) Beatnik trend Richard Miller
1959 Attack of the Giant Leeches (Executive Producer)
1959 The Wasp Woman (Director, actor) Susan Cabot
1960 Ski Troop Attack (Director, actor, producer)
1960 Battle of Blood Island (Executive producer) story of Philip Roth
1960 House of Usher (Director, producer) Vincent Price Mark Damon
1960 Last Woman on Earth (Director, producer)
1960 The Little Shop of Horrors (Director, producer) Jack Nicholson
1961 Atlas Director (producer, actor)
1961 Creature from the Haunted Sea (Director, producer)
1961 The Pit and the Pendulum (Director, producer) Vincent Price story of Edgar Allen Poe
1962 The Premature Burial (Director, producer) Ray Milland Heather Angel (Disney's Alice in Wonderland, married to Ralph Forbes)
1962 The Intruder (Director, producer) William Shatner George Clayton Johnson (Logan's Run, The Twilight Zone, Ocean's Eleven)
1962 Tales of Terror (Director, producer) Vincent Price Peter Lorre Debra Paget (Hollywood Professional School) stories of Edgar Allen Poe Samuel Arkoff
1962 Tower of London (Director) Vincent Price Admiral/UA
1963 The Young Racers (Director, producer) Patrick Magee Luana Anders (Curtis Harrington's Night Tide) Filmgroup/AIP
1963 The Raven (Director, producer) Vincent Price Boris Karloff Peter Lorre (Löwenstein, movie M of Fritz Lang) Jack Nicholson Hazel Court (Bonanza, Danger Man) AIP
1963 The Terror (Director, producer) Boris Karloff Jack Nicholson Filmgroup/AIP
1963 The Haunted Palace (Director, producer) Vincent Price Lon Chaney Jr Elisha Cook Jr AIP
1963 X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes (Director, producer) Ray Milland AIP green man Osiris written by Ray Russell
1963 Dementia 13 (Producer) Patrick Magee Luana Anders Filmgroup/AIP Directed by Francis Ford Coppola
1964 The Masque of the Red Death (Director, producer) Alta Vista/AIP Jane Asher (girlfriend of Paul McCartney) Vincent Price as Prince Pospero (=The Tempest) Patrick Magee Hazel Court story of Edgar Allen Poe cinematography by Nicolas Roeg
1964 The Secret Invasion (Director) Mickey Rooney Henry Silva Corman/UA
1964 The Tomb of Ligeia (Director, producer) Vincent Price Alta Vista/AIP
1965 Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet (Producer) Faith Domergue Filmgroup directed by Curtis Harrington (movies with Marjorie Cameron)
1966 Blood Bath (Producer) AIP Directed by Jack Hill and Stephanie Rothman
1966 The Wild Angels (Director, producer) Peter Fonda Nancy Sinatra (daughter Frank Sinatra) Bruce Dern Diane Ladd AIP
1967 Devil's Angels (Producer) John Cassavetes AIP Directed by Daniel Haller co-produced by Samuel Arkoff and Burt Topper who made War is Hell, the movie Harvey Lee was watching in the JFK ritual.
1967 A Time for Killing (Director) Glenn Ford Paul Petersen (married to Brenda Benet) jesuit Max Baer Harry Dean Stanton (Pasadena Playhouse) Columbia Pictures
1967 The St. Valentine's Day Massacre (Director, producer) 20th Century Fox Jason Robards Bruce Dern Joe Turkel Jack Nicholson (Frederick and Elizabeth wedding on Valentine's Day)


1967 The Trip (Director, producer) Dennis Hopper Peter Fonda Susan Strasberg (Professional Children School, friend of Marilyn Monroe, daughter of Lee Strasberg of Actors Studio) Bruce Dern (would later play George Spahn who owned the ranch of Manson Family) written by Jack Nicholson AIP (Lovely Sort of Death, released 8/31 date of death Diana, during Summer of Love)
1968 The Wild Racers (Director, producer) Fabian Talia Shire Mimsy Farmer (Hollywood High School) The Filmmakers/AIP
1968 Targets (Producer) Saticoy/Paramount Boris Karloff Directed by Peter Bogdanovich
1969 De Sade (Director) Keir Dullea (2001 ASO, marketed as the Ultimate Trip) as Marquis de Sade Lili Palmer Senta Berger (related to Paul Verhoeven) Anna Massey (Order of the British Empire, John Ford as godfather) John Huston Samuel Arkoff
1969 Target: Harry (Director) TV movie Victor Buono (Moonchild with John Carradine) Cesar Romero Charlotte Rampling Suzanne Pleshette
1970 The Dunwich Horror (Producer) Sandra Dee (sexually abused, Professional Children's School) Talia Shire about Necronomicon of HP Lovecraft Barboura Morris Sam Jaffe (CCNY) AIP Directed by Daniel Haller
1970 Bloody Mama (Director, producer) Shelley Winters Bruce Dern Robert De Niro (Actors Studio) AIP
1970 Gas-s-s-s (Director, producer) San Jacinto/AIP
1971 Von Richthofen and Brown (Director, producer) John Philip Law (Hollywood High School) Corman Company/UA
1971 The Big Doll House (doll programming) Pam Grier Roberta Collins Sid Haig (Pasadena Playhouse) Christiane Schmidtmer Jack Hill (Disneyland) New World Pictures
1971 Women in Cages (confinement used in mind control) Pam Grier
1972 Boxcar Bertha (Producer with Samuel Arkoff) David Carradine John Carradine (OTO) Barbara Hershey AIP directed by Martin Scorsese
1973 Sweet Kill (Producer) directed by Curtis Hanson
1974 Caged Heat (Producer) New World directed by Jonathan Demme
1974 Cockfighter (Producer) New World directed by Monte Hellman
1974 The Arena (Producer) New World directed by Steve Carver and Joe D'Amato
1974 The Godfather Part II Actor ("Senator #2") Paramount directed by Francis Ford Coppola
1975 Capone Ben Gazzaro John Cassavetes Sylvester Stallone 20th Century Fox
1975 Death Race 2000 (Producer) David Carradine Mary Woronov Don Steele Sylvester Stallone New World directed by Paul Bartel
1976 Cannonball! (Actor) directed by Paul Bartel David Carradine Robert Carradine Don Simpson (worked with Scientology) Sylvester Stallone
1976 Fighting Mad (Producer) 20th Century Fox directed by Jonathan Demme Peter Fonda
1976 Eat My Dust (Executive Producer) New World Directed by Charles B. Griffith, starring Ron Howard
1977 Grand Theft Auto (Producer) New World directed by Ron Howard
1977 I Never Promised You a Rose Garden (Producer) New World directed by Anthony Page Bibi Andersson Sylvia Sidney Mel Gibson
1978 Deathsport (Producer, director) New World directed by Allan Arkush and Nicholas Niciphor David Carradine Claudia Jennings (Playboy)
1978 Piranha (Producer) New World directed by Joe Dante Heather Menzies Kevin McCarthy (brother of Mary McCarthy ACCF)
1978 Avalanche (Executive Producer) New World Directed by Corey Allen Rock Hudson Mia Farrow
1979 Rock 'n' Roll High School (Producer) New World directed by Allan Arkush The Ramones program Punk Rock Mary Woronov
1980 Battle Beyond the Stars (Producer) New World directed by Jimmy T. Murakami
1981 The Howling (Actor) Avco-Embassy directed by Joe Dante John Carradine
1980 Galaxy of Terror (Producer) New World directed by Bruce D. Clark Robert Englund Grace Zabriskie
1980 Smokey Bites the Dust (Producer) New World directed by Charles B. Griffith
1982 Forbidden World (Producer) New World directed by Allan Holzman Michael Bowen Jr (related to the Carradines)
1983 Space Raiders (Producer) directed by Howard R. Cohen
1983 Suburbia (Presenter and producer) directed by Penelope Spheeris Flea (RHCP) program Punk Rock
1984 Swing Shift (Actor) directed by Jonathan Demme Goldie Hawn Kurt Russell Holly Hunter pink sky
1987 Sweet Revenge (Producer) directed by Mark Sobel pink sky
1987 Slumber Party Massacre II (Producer) directed by Deborah Brock
1987 Munchies (Producer) directed by Bettina Hirsch Wendy Schaal
1988 Andy Colby's Incredible Adventure (Producer) directed by Deborah Brock trapped in tv
1989 Masque of the Red Death Producer directed by Larry Brand Patrick Macnee story of Edgar Allen Poe
1989 The Terror Within (Producer) directed by Thierry Notz George Kennedy
1989 Crime Zone (executive producer) David Carradine Sherilyn Fenn (pink sky)
1990 Naked Obsession (Producer) directed by Dan Golden
1990 Frankenstein Unbound (Director) John Hurt Raul Julia Bridget Fonda Michael Hutchence
1990 Slumber Party Massacre III (Producer) directed by Sally Mattison
1991 The Silence of the Lambs as F.B.I. director Hayden Burke Jodie Foster Anthony Hopkins Diane Baker Ted Levine directed by Jonathan Demme
1991 The Unborn (Producer) directed by Rodman Flender Lisa Kudrow
1992 Killer Instinct (Producer) directed by David Tausik
1992 Munchie (Producer) directed by Jim Wynorski Jennifer Love Hewitt
1993 Carnosaur (Producer) directed by Adam Simon Diane Ladd
1993 Dracula Rising (Producer) directed by Fred Gallo
1993 The Skateboard Kid (Producer) directed by Larry Swerdlove
1993 Body Bags (Actor) directed by John Carpenter and Tobe Hooper
1993 Philadelphia as Mr. Laird directed by Jonathan Demme Tom Hanks Denzel Washington
1994 The Unborn 2 (Producer) directed by Rick Jacobson
1994 Angel of Destruction (Producer) directed by Charles Philip Moore
1994 Hellfire (Producer) directed by Rick Jacobson
1994 The Fantastic Four (Producer) directed by Oley Sassone
1994 A Century of Cinema Himself Kevin Costner Nicolas Cage Ann Miller Julia Roberts
1995 The Wasp Woman (Producer) directed by Jim Wynorski
1995 Apollo 13 as Congressman Tom Hanks Bill Paxton Ed Harris directed by Ron Howard
1995 Carnosaur 2 (Producer) directed by Louis Morneau
1995 A Bucket of Blood (Producer) directed by Michael James McDonald Will Ferrell Jennifer Coolidge
1995 Dillinger and Capone (Executive Producer) directed by Jon Purdy
1996 Carnosaur 3: Primal Species (Producer) directed by Jonathan Winfrey
1997 Black Scorpion II (executive producer) Laura Harring
1999 The Shepherd (Producer) directed by Peter Hayman
2000 Scream 3 as Studio Executive directed by Wes Craven
2001 Raptor (Producer) directed by Jim Wynorski
2002 Escape from Afghanistan (Producer) directed by Timur Bekmambetov
2003 Looney Tunes: Back in Action as Hollywood Director directed by Joe Dante
2004 Dinocroc (Producer) directed by Kevin O'Neill
2006 The Hunt for Eagle One (Producer) directed by Brian Clyde
2006 The Hunt for Eagle One: Crash Point (Producer) directed by Brian Clyde
2007 Supergator (Producer) directed by Kevin O'Neill
2008 Death Race (Executive Producer) directed by Paul W. S. Anderson
2010 Dinoshark (Producer) directed by Kevin O'Neill
2010 Dinocroc vs. Supergator (Producer) directed by Jim Wynorski
2010 Sharktopus (Producer) directed by Declan O'Brien
2011 Death Race 2 (Executive Producer) directed by Roel Reiné
2012 Piranhaconda (Producer) directed by Jim Wynorski
2012 Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader (Producer) directed by Kevin O'Neill Mary Woronov
2013 Death Race 3: Inferno (Executive Producer) directed by Roel Reiné
2014 Roger Corman's Operation Rogue (Producer) directed by Brian Clyde
2015 Sharktopus vs. Pteracuda (Producer) directed by Kevin O'Neill
2015 Fist of the Dragon (Producer) directed by Antony Szeto
2015 Sharktopus vs. Whalewolf (Producer) directed by Kevin O'Neill
2017 Death Race 2050 (Producer) directed by G.J. Echternkamp
2018 Death Race: Beyond Anarchy (Executive producer)


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