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The Official Index To Imagi-Movie Magazines, Volume I: The Warren Years, is copyright © 1992, 2001, by David L. Sechrest. All rights reserved. No
part of these documents or disk may be copied or distributed in any manner whatsoever without written permission from the author.
Panther Woman, The (1919)- FM124, pgs.47, 48
Parasite (1982)- FM185, pgs.10, 11
Paris Opera House (Universal lot)- FM40, p.44
Peer Gynt (1965)- FM35, pgs.20, 21
People That Time Forgot, The (1977)- FM173, pgs.28-30
Perils Of Pauline, The (1967)- FM46, pgs.62-63
Phantom Of Lot 2, The (Tv;1974)- FM106, pgs.46-48
Phantom Of The Opera (1925)- FM9, pgs.34-45. FM24, pgs.70-74. FM65, pgs.6-17 (reprint from FM9). FM68, pgs.24-28. FM85, p.14 (reprint from
MW4). FM141, p.41. FM188, pgs.44-52 (reprint from FM9). MW4, p.20. Son of Famous Monsters Of Filmland, pgs.44-57 (reprint from FM9)
Phantom Of The Opera (1943)- FM10, pgs.44-49. FM47, pgs.4-9(Updated reprint from FM10). 1965 YRBK, pgs.56-61 (reprint from FM10). MW7,
pgs.16-19. Famous Monsters Of Filmland Strike Back, pgs. 20-27 (reprint from FM10)
Phantom Of The Paradise (1975)- FM115, pgs.6-11. FM141, pgs.41, 42
Phantom Planet, The (1962)- FM13, p.68. SM2, pgs.14-20. SM 1965 YRBK, pgs.32-38 (reprint from SM2)
Phoenix- See Fahrenheit 451
Picture Of Dorian Gray (1945)- FM94, p.8
Pit & The Pendulum, The (1961)- FM13, pgs.66, 68. FM14, pgs.8-15. FM101, pgs.24-29 (reprint from FM14). FM110, pgs.52-59 (reprint from
FM14). 1965 YRBK, pgs.24-31 (reprint from FM14)
Plague Of The Zombies (1966)- FM153, pgs.12-16
Plan Nine From Outer Space (1959)- FM2, p.17. FM3, p.16
Planet Of The Apes (1968)- FM52, pgs.16, 42-51. FM94, p.14
Planet Of Horrors- FM176, p.23
Poe, Edgar Allan, film history- FM11, pgs.40-44. FM63, pgs.32-36 (reprint from FM11). Son of Famous Monsters Of Filmland, pgs.132-135
(reprint from FM11)
Poltergeist (1982)- FM185, pgs.14-16. FM186, pgs.12-15
Powers Of Matthew Star, The (Tv)- FM191, pgs.40-42
prehistoric movie checklist- FM19, p.36. FM63, pgs.27-30. FM129, p.64 (reprint from FM19). 1966 YRBK, p.36 (reprint from FM19). 1972 YRBK,
p.72 (reprint from FM19)
Premature Burial, The (1962)- FM16, p.7. FM25, pgs.24-28
pressbook advertising- FM154, pgs.22-27 Also See: exploitation, gimmicks
Projected Man, The (1967)- FM3, p.12. FM45, pgs.4-11. FM101, pgs.40-47 (reprint from FM45)
Psycho (1960)- FM154, pgs.47, 48
Psycho II (1983)- FM191, p.6
publicity stunts to increase movie attendance- See gimmicks
Puritan Passions (1923)- FM67, p.10. FM106, p.54 (reprint from FM67). FM129, p.34 (reprint from FM67)
Purple Death From Outer Space (1940)- FM10, p.32. Son of Famous Monsters Of Filmland, p.72 (reprint from FM10)
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Q (1982)- FM191, p.5
Quark (Tv;1978)- FM144, pgs.12-15
Quatermass II- See Enemy From Space
Quatermass And The Pit- See Five Million Years To Earth
Quatermass Experiment, The- See The Creeping Unknown
Queen Of Blood (1966)- FM94, p.14
Queen Of Outer Space (1958)- FM68, pgs.31-33 (reprint from MW6). FM95, p.13. MW3, pgs.46-48. MW6, pgs.21-23
Quest For Fire (1982)- FM180, pgs.40-42
Questor Tapes, The (1974)- FM107, p.30
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Radar Men From The Moon- SM5, pgs.14-19. SM6, pgs.12-15
Raiders Of The Lost Ark (1981)- FM175, pgs.28-32. FM177, pgs.42-46. FM178, pgs.12-14. FM179, pgs.37-39. FM181, pgs.16-23
Raven, The (1935)- FM83, pgs.44-53(cont in FM84). FM84, pgs. 52-54 (concl.). FM134, pgs.20, 22
Raven, The (1963)- FM20, p.8. FM21, p.8. FM22, pgs.9, 10
Reptile, The (1966)- FM153, pgs.12-14, 16, 17. MW10, pgs.4-7
Reptilicus (1962)- FM10, pgs.13, 14
Rescued - FM32, pgs.20, 21
Rest In Peace - FM184, pgs.44, 45
Return, The (1981)- FM176, p.12
Return Of Count Yorga, The (1971)- FM91, pgs.50-55
Return Of Dracula, The- See The Curse Of Dracula
Return Of Walpurgis Night, The (1973)- FM125, pgs.45-47
Return Of The Fly (1959)- FM5, pgs.36, 39, 40. FM36, pgs.56- 62 (reprint from FM5). FM95, p.14. 1966 YRBK, pgs.54-61 (reprint from FM5)
Return Of The Vampire (1943)- FM45, pgs.68-73 (reprint from MW6). FM58, pgs.40-44 (reprint from MW6). MW6, pgs.4-9
Revenge Of Frankenstein (1958)- FM2, p.12
Revenge Of The Creature (1955)- FM5, p.28, 30. FM107, p.30. (1962YRBK, pgs.54, 56 (reprint from FM5).The Best From Famous Monsters Of
Filmland, p.82 (reprint from FM5)
Revenge Of The Vampire- See Black Sunday
Revenge Of The Vampire Women- FM124, p.41
Revenge Of The Zombies (1944)- FM52, pgs.54-60 (reprint from MW6). FM128, pgs.22-28 (reprint from MW6). MW6, pgs.14-20
Riders To The Stars (1954)- SM1, pgs.14-23. SM 1965 YRBK, pgs.6-15 (reprint from SM1)
Ring Of Terror (1962)- FM13, pgs.12, 62
Rip Van Winkle In The 21th Century- FM11, p.12
Road Warrior, The (1982)- FM186, pgs.48-51
robot movie checklist (1963)- FM15, p.22. FM168, p.10 (reprint from FM15). Famous Monsters Of Filmland Strike Back, p.134 (reprint from
robots- FM12, pgs.17-21. FM15, pgs.16-22. FM168, pgs.6-11 (reprint from FM15). FM181, pgs.38-41. Famous Monsters Of Filmland Strike Back,
pgs.116-125, 126-135 (reprint from FM12 & 15)
Rocky Jones, Space Ranger (Tv)- See Beyond The Moon
Rodan (1956)- FM95, p.9. FM107, p.30. FM175, pgs.46-53 (film-book;con't. in FM176). FM176, pgs.30-37 (concl.). FM183, p.35
Rosemary's Baby (1968)- FM94, p.14
Route 66 (Tv)- FM21, pgs.24-26. FM93, pgs.26, 27 (reprint from FM21)
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Sabu- FM141, p.56
Sadko (Russian)- FM8, p.15
Saga Of The Viking Women And Their Voyage To The Waters Of The Great Sea Serpent (1957)- FM23, p.11
'Salems Lot (Tv;1979)- FM166, pgs.36, 37. Also See Stephen King
Sampo (Finland)-FM8, pgs.15, 16
Sampson movies- FM184, p.24
Santo- FM122, pgs.58, 59
Santo And Blue Demon vs. Dracula And Wolfman (1972)- FM124, p.44
Santo Faces Black Magic (1972)- FM124, pgs.43, 44
Santo filmography- FM122, p.58
Santo vs. Frankenstein's Daughter (1971)- FM124, p.41
Santo In The Mummy's Vengeance (1971)- FM124, pgs.41-43
Satan (1913)- FM67, p.12. FM106, p.56 (reprint from FM67). FM129, p.36 (reprint from FM67)
Satan (1935)- FM67, p.12. FM106, p.56 (reprint from FM67). FM129, p.36 (reprint from FM67)
Satanic Rites Of Dracula (1973)- FM153, pgs.36-41
Satan's Satellites (1958)- FM155, pgs.50, 51
Saturday The 14th (1981)- FM177, pgs.38-40
Saturn 3 (1980)- FM162, pgs.34-36. FM164, pgs.10-17
Scanners (1981)- FM172, pgs.48-51
Scarab, The- FM11, p.12
Scars Of Dracula (1970)- FM96, pgs.44-50
Schlock (1973)- FM96, pgs.52-60. FM107, pgs.36, 37
Science Fiction & Fantasy Film Festival, First Annual-FM97, pgs.22-37. FM188, pgs.54-67 (reprint from FM97)
Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films Awards, 7th Annual- FM170, pgs.26-29. FM174, pgs.6-8
Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Film nominations, 1982- FM184, pgs.8-10
Science Fiction Convention, North American (1976)-FM123, pgs.18-23
Science Fiction Film Awards (1978)- FM143, pgs.46-49
Science Fiction Film Festival, 20th Anniversary- FM189, pgs.44-48
Science Fiction Films- See imagi-movies
Science Fiction, Horror & Fantasy Hall Of Fame-FM135, pgs.27-30
Science Fiction Theater (Tv)- FM138, pgs.9, 10
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Scream And Scream Again (1970)- FM90, pgs.26-31. FM94, p.15
Secret World Of Dr. Lao- See the Seven Faces Of Dr. Lao
Seddok (Italian)- FM10, p.10
Sender, The (1982)- FM191, pgs.49-51
sets, movie- FM67, pgs.26-31. MW6, pgs.34-39 (reprint from FM67). Also see Labs
7 Cities Of Atlantis - FM151, pgs.57, 59.
Seven Faces Of Dr. Lao, The (1964)- FM13, pgs.8, 10. FM16, p.8. FM29, pgs.52-56. FM65, pgs.18-22 (reprint from FM29, but different
7th Voyage Of Sinbad (1958)- FM132, p.36
She- FM3, p.28
She Beast (1965)- FM67, p.20. FM106, p.64 (reprint from FM67). FM129, p.44 (reprint from FM67)
She Creature, The (1956)- FM40, pgs.48-57 (reprint from MW3). FM87, pgs.38-47 (reprint from MW3). FM174, pgs.38-42. 1970 YRBK, pgs.22-31
(reprint from MW3). MW3, pgs.22-31.
Shining, The (1980)- FM167, pgs.40-43. Also See Stephen King
Shock Treatment (1981)- FM179, pgs.24-26
Siegfried (1923)- FM28, pgs.16, 17, 19. FM132, pgs.34-36
Silent Scream (1980)- FM163, pgs.13, 15
Silent Star, The- See Spaceship Venus Does Not Reply
Sinbad, filmography- FM141, pgs.61, 62
Sinbad, movie history- FM141, pgs.56-62
Sinbad & The Eye Of The Tiger (1977)- FM133, p.44. FM136, pgs.6-15
Sinbad The Sailor (1947)- FM141, pgs.56-58
Sinister Invasion (1968)- FM125, p.49
Sixth Finger, The (Tv;Outer Limits)- FM54, pgs.64-66
Skull, The (1965)- FM37, pgs.36-39. FM94, p.12. 1971 YRBK, pgs.34-37 (reprint from FM37)
Slime People, The (1963)- FM27, p.11
Snake People, The (1971)- FM125, pgs.48, 49
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Soft Focus (Tv)- FM16, pgs. 19-21
Something Waits In The Dark (1981)- FM173, pgs.9, 10
Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983)- FM133, p.44
Son Of Dracula (1943)- FM23, pgs.35-39. FM110, pgs.25-29 (reprint from FM23)
Son Of Frankenstein (1939)- FM52, pgs.20-39 (reprint from MW7). FM143, pgs.23, 24. MW7, pgs.20-39
Son Of Kong, The (1934)- FM21, pgs.16-23. FM23, pgs.46-53. FM109, pgs.14-29 (film-book)
Son of Kong comicstrip- FM109, pgs.30, 31
Son Of Sinbad (1954)- FM141, p.58
Sorcerers, The (1968)- FM48, pgs.48-53
Sorrows Of Satan, The (1925)- FM67, p.10. FM106, p.54 (reprint from FM67). FM129, p.34 (reprint from FM67)
Sound Of Thunder, A- FM123, pgs.24-27
Space Children, The (1958)- FM99, p.16
Space Cruiser Yamato (Japanese)- FM150, pgs.50, 51
Space Invasion Of Lappland (Swedish)- FM8, p.16
Space Master X-7 (1958)- FM99, p.16
Space Soldiers- See Flash Gordon
Space Soldiers Conquer The Universe- See Flash Gordon Conquers The Universe
Space Soldier's Trip To Mars- See Flash Gordon's Trip To Mars
Space Station X- See Mutiny In Outer Space
Space training- SM3, pgs.16-22
Space Vampires- FM172, p.46
Space: 1999 (Tv)- FM130, pgs.6-15
Spaceship Venus Does Not Reply- SM2, pgs.7, 8. SM6, p.10
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special effects- FM144, pgs.34-38
Spectre, The- See The Ghost
Spectreman (Japanese)- FM140, p.49
Spider, The (1958)- FM2, p.20. FM95, p.13
Spirit Family (French; )- FM9, p.17
Spirits Of The Dead (1969)- FM61, p.11
Split, The - See The Manster
Squirm (1976)- FM130, pgs.24-29
SSSSSS (1973)- FM104, pgs.48, 49
St. George And The Seven Curses- See The Magic Sword
Star Trek (Tv)- FM64, pgs.7, 8-13. FM138, p.10
Star Trek, The Motion Picture (1979)- FM145, pgs.32-37. FM161, pgs.15-21, 78, 79. FM162, pgs.70, 71
Star Trek: The Motion Picture, opinions about- FM162, pgs.6-11
Star Trek II, The Wrath Of Khan (1982)- FM185, pgs.30-34. FM186, pgs.43-47 (In color!). FM187, pgs.27-31
Star Wars (1977)- FM137, pgs.56-65. FM142, pgs.24-31. FM147, pgs.16-20. FM158, pgs.6-11 (reprint from FM137). FM159, pgs.38-43
Star Wars, opinions about- FM138, pgs.27-31. FM139, pgs.20-28. FM140, pgs.16-21. FM141, pgs.46-49. FM145, pgs.8-12. FM146, pgs.32-37.
Star Wars quiz- FM142, pgs.22, 23, 31
Starcrash (Italian;1979)- FM155, pgs.6-11
Starship Invasions (1978)- FM142, pgs.50-55
Starstruck (Tv;1979)- FM157, pgs.36-40
Strait-Jacket (1964)- FM24, p.9. FM25, p.8
Strange Invaders (1983)- FM191, p.7
Superman (1978)- FM146, pgs.6-12. FM151, pgs.20-28. FM152, pgs.18-25, 26-28
Superman II (1981)- FM175, pgs.24-26. FM177, pgs.34-37. FM178, pgs.10, 11
Superman III (1983)- FM190, pgs.26-28
Surf Terror- See Beach Girls And The Monster
Swamp Thing (1982)- FM183, pgs.14-19
Sylvia (1965)- FM25, p.9
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Tales From The Crypt (1972)- FM91, pgs.38-44
Tales Of Frankenstein (Tv;never released?)- FM69, pgs.20-23. FM138, pgs.46-49 (reprint from FM69)
Tales Of Terror (1962)- FM19, pgs.22-27. 1966 YRBK, pgs.38-43 (reprint from FM19). (1972 YRBK, pgs.46-51 (reprint from FM19)
Tales Of Tomorrow (Tv)- FM138, pgs.10-12
Tales That Witness Madness (1972)- FM106, pgs.28-32
Tanya's Island (1981)- FM162, pgs.20-23
Tarantula (1955)- FM1, p.41. FM27, pgs.14, 15. FM44, pgs.22-29. FM50, pgs.11-15. FM90, pgs.46-53 (reprint from FM44). FM95, p.9. FM107,
p.37. 1964 YRBK, p.43 (reprint from FM1).The Best From Famous Monsters Of Filmland, p.135 (reprint from FM1). MW6, pgs.24-29
Targets (1968)- FM185, p.8
Tarzan, The Ape Man (1932)- FM54, pgs.40, 41. FM93, pgs.47, 48 (reprint from FM54). MW8, pgs.38, 39
Tarzan & The Golden Lion (1927)- FM54, p.40. FM93, p.47 (reprint from FM54)
tarzan movies- FM13, pgs.54-59. Son of Famous Monsters Of Filmland, pgs.92-101 (reprint from FM13)
Tarzan's Desert Mystery (1943)- FM95, p.8
Taste The Blood Of Dracula (1970)- FM94, p.16
Teenage Caveman (1958)- FM94, p.8
teenage horror movies- FM161, pgs.45-50
television horror hosts- FM20, pgs.28-33 (Also see the People section)
television shows, horror/sci-fi/fantasy- FM4, p.20, 22. FM28, p.7. FM29, p.12. FM138, pgs.6-15. FM163, pgs.40, 41. FM168, pgs.46-55
(reprint from FM138). FM171, pgs.36-45. FM191, pgs.40-45.
Terror, The (1928)- FM122, pgs.34, 35
Terror, The (1963)- FM94, p.12
Terror Of Dracula, The- See Nosferatu
Terror Is A Man- See Blood Creature
Terror In The Midnight Sun- See Invasion Of The Animal People
Terror From The Sun- See The Hideous Sun Demon
Terror From The Year 5000 (1958)- FM3, p.21
Theatre Of Blood (1972)- FM143, p.42
Theft Of The Mummies Of Guanajuato, The (1972)-FM125, p.45
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Thing, The (1983)- FM185, pgs.18-21. FM187, pgs.43-46 (In color)
Thing That Could Not Die, The (1958)- FM2, p.17
Thing With Two Heads, The (1972)- FM98, pgs.32-37
Things To Come (1936)- FM4, pgs.17, 19. SM2, pgs.34-41
13- See Eye Of The Devil
13 Ghosts (1960)- FM8, pgs.34-41. Son of Famous Monsters Of Filmland, pgs.108-113 (reprint from FM8)
This Island Earth (1955)- FM1, p.42. FM2, p.16. FM95, p.9. 1964 YRBK, p.44 (reprint from FM1).The Best From Famous Monsters Of Filmland,
pgs.137, 138 (reprint from FM1)
Thought Monster, The (Book;1930)- FM2, p.16
three-d movies- FM64, pgs.14-21. FM158, pgs.12-19 (reprint from FM64).
Three Faces Of Fear- FM28, pgs.7, 8
3 Faces Of Terror- See Black Sabbath
Three Stooges- FM123, pgs.28-33
Three Stooges filmography (Horror, sci-fi, and fantasy)-FM123, pgs.31, 32
Three Stooges shorts in 3-d- FM64, p.14
Thriller (Tv)- FM138, pgs.10-12
Thundarr (Tv; 1980, animated)- FM169, pgs.24-27
Tiger Of Echnapur- See Journey To The Lost City
Time After Time (1979)- FM159, pgs.32-37
Time Bandits (1981)- FM181, pgs.12-14
Time Machine, The (1960)- FM6, pgs.38-44. FM110, pgs.62-67 (reprint from FM6, except diff. stills). FM190, pgs.36-41 (film-book, cont in
FM191). FM191, pgs.30-37 (concl.). 1964 YRBK, pgs.26-32 (reprint from FM6). Son of Famous Monsters Of Filmland, pgs.155-158 (reprint from FM6)
Time Trap, The- See The Time Travelers
Time Travelers, The (1964)- FM27, p.10. FM28, pgs.8, 10, 11. FM94, p.12. FM130, pgs.30-34 (reprint from MW2). MW2, pgs.42-46. SM8, pgs.4,
Tingler, The (1959)- FM3, p.18. FM5, p.10. FM6, p.10. FM94, p.8
Dec 21 09 3:47 PM
To Die With Pleasure (Italian)- FM8, p.16
Tomb Of Ligeia (1965)- FM33, pgs.40-42
Tomorrow Show, host Tom Snyder (Interview with Forry, Peter Cushing, and Leonard Wolf)- FM133, pgs.15-21
Tormented, The (1960)- FM10, p.40
Torn Curtain (1966)- FM40, p.44
Torticola vs. Frankensberg- FM28, pgs.20-25
Tourist Trap (1979)- FM156, pgs.60-65
training for space- SM3, pgs.16-22
Transylvania, a trip through- FM126, pgs.14-21
Tribe, The (Tv)- FM139, pgs.40-50
Trollenberg Terror, The- See The Crawling Eye
Tron (1982)- FM186, pgs.23-26(in color!)
Tropis (1970)- FM69, pgs.54-59
Tucker's Witch (Tv)- FM191, pgs.43, 44
Turn Of The Screw (1961)- FM94, p.12
tv call letters- FM1, p.63
Twelve To The Moon (1960)- SM1, pgs.24-31
Twenty Million Miles To Earth (1957)- FM37, pgs.4-14 (film-book, con't in FM38). FM38, pgs.4-15, 64. (concl.). FM42, p.46. FM117,
pgs.14-24 (reprint from FM37, con't. in FM118). FM118, pgs.6-25 (reprint from FM38, concl). SM1, p.50. SM7, p. 19. SM8, pgs.18-27, 40-52 (film-book)
20, 000 Leagues Under The Sea (1954)- FM143, pgs.36, 37
Twice Told Tales (1963)- FM22, p.9.
Twilight People (1972)- FM98, pgs.6-9
Twilight Zone (Tv)- FM138, pgs.12-14
Twilight Zone- The Movie (1983)- FM191, pgs.5, 6
Twins Of Evil (1972)- FM96, pgs.16-18
Two On A Guillotine (1965)- FM32, pgs.52-58, 76, 77
two-headed monster movies- FM146, pgs.26-31
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)- FM94, p.14. MW9, pgs.30, 31
Tyrannosaurus Rex (In the movies)- FM160, pgs.42-49
Dec 21 09 3:49 PM
Ulysses movies- FM184, p.24
Undead, The (1956)- FM94, p.8. FM107, p.39
Underground (Tv;Land Of The Giants)- FM55, pgs.6, 7
Undying Monster, The (1942)- FM146, pgs.54-57
Unearthly Stranger, The (1963)- FM94, p.12
Universal movies- FM186, pgs.16-21
Universal Studios- FM122, pgs.38-43
Universal Studios tour- FM170, pgs.6-11. FM173, pgs.46-52
Unknown Terror, The (1957)- FM99, p.14
Up From The Depths (1979)- FM160, pgs.12-15
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Valley Of Gwangi, The (1969)- FM48, pgs.4, 6. FM57, p.29. FM107, p.39
Valley Of The Dragons- FM13, p.64
Valley That Time Forgot, The- See The Valley Of Gwangi
Vampire & The Ballerina, The (1961)- FM46, pgs.64-69
Vampire Bat, The (1933)- FM99, p.13
Vampire Circus (1972)- FM106, pgs.42-45
Vampire Lovers, The (1970)- FM90, pgs.38-44
Vampire Men Of The Lost Planet (1971)- FM80, pgs.48, 49
vampire movies- FM154, pgs.28-32. FM179, pgs.16-21. MW9, pgs.30, 31
Vampire Over London (1951)- See My Son, The Vampire
Vampires- FM1, pgs.58-65. FM67, p.7. FM115, pgs.44-49. FM154, pgs. 28-32. FM174, pgs.32-37
Vampire's Lover, The (Italian;)- FM10, pgs.10, 12
Vanguard- See Amicus Films
Vanishing Body, The- See Black Cat
Vault Of Horror (1973)- FM014, pgs.56-59
Village Of The Giants (1965)- FM37, pgs.52, 53
Virgin Of Nuremberg- See Horror Castle
Virus (1980)- FM176, p.10
Visitor From Antares- FM7, p.15
Voodoo Woman (1957)- FM94, p.8
voodooism in the movies- FM67, p. 19
Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea (Tv)- FM81, pgs.22-25
Voyagers! (Tv)- FM191, pgs.42, 43
Vulture, The (1966)- FM98, pgs.20, 22
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War Of The Colossal Beast (1958)- FM2, p.17. FM18, pgs.30-33. FM183, p.38
War Of The Gargantuas (1970)- FM46, p.16
War Of The Worlds (Radio broadcast, 10-30-38)- FM10, p.32. FM149, pgs.6-13. Son of Famous Monsters Of Filmland, pgs.72, 73 (reprint from
War Of The Worlds (1953)- SM2, pgs.23-29, 56-58 (This article appears to have been written by George Pal. For further reference: Astounding
Science Fiction, 1953). FM140, pgs.35-44. SM7, p.20
Warlords Of The Deep- FM34, pgs.10-14
Wasp Woman, The (1960)- FM4, p. 19. FM55, pgs.15-17. FM95, p.15. FM141, pgs.35-37 (reprint from FM55). FM158, pgs.41-43 (reprint from
Watcher In The Woods, The (1982)- FM180, pgs.16-20
Wavelength (1983)- FM186, pgs.6-8
Way Out (Tv)- FM138, p.14
Weird Woman (1944)- FM67, p.14
werewolf films- FM139, pgs.14-19. FM152, pgs.12-17 (con't. in FM153). FM153, pgs.42-46
Werewolf In A Girl's Dormitory (1963)- FM24, p.13. FM34, pgs.20-22
Werewolf Of London (1935)- FM24, pgs.38-57. FM41, pgs.8, 9, 37-51 (reprint from FM24). FM86, pgs.23-37 (reprint from FM24)
West Of Zanzibar (1928)- See Kongo
Westworld (1973)- FM107, pgs.6-14. FM163, pgs.40, 41
When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth (1970)- FM83, pgs.14-19
When The Sleeper Wakes- FM19, p.18
When Worlds Collide (1951)- FM140, pgs.24-33. SM1, pgs.34-41. SM 1965 YRBK, pgs.40-47 (reprint from SM1)
Whispering Ghoul, The- FM3, p.12
Weird Woman (1944)- FM67, p.14. FM106, p.58 (reprint from FM67). FM129, p.38 (reprint from FM67)
Dec 21 09 3:55 PM
What A Carve Up- See No Place Like Homicide
White Zombie (1932)- FM38, pgs.16-21. FM60, pgs.7-12 (reprint from FM38)
Wild In The Streets (1968)- FM52, pgs.16, 17
winged monsters- FM183, pgs.44-48. FM184, pgs.46-50
Witch And Warlock- FM29, pgs.9, 11
Witchcraft (1964)- FM67, p.14. FM106, p.58 (reprint from FM67). FM129, p.38 (reprint from FM67)
Witchcraft Through The Ages- See Haxan
Witches in the movies- FM67, pgs.6-8, 12-16, 20, 21. FM106, pgs.51, 52, 56, 58, 60, 64, 65 (reprint from FM67). FM129, pgs.31, 32, 34-45
(reprint from FM67)
Witch's Curse, The (1960)- FM67, pgs.12, 14. FM106, pgs.56, 58 (reprint from FM67). FM129, pgs.36, 38 (reprint from FM67)
Witch's Revenge, The (1903)- FM67, p.7. FM106, p.51 (reprint from FM67). FM129, p.31 (reprint from FM67)
Without Warning (1980)- FM171, pgs.12, 13
Wolf Man, The (1941)- FM51, pgs.4-16 (film-book). FM96, pgs.22-34 (reprint from FM51)
Wolfen (1981)- FM179, pgs.34, 35
Wolves Of Darkness- FM3, p.27. FM4, p.17
Woman Eater, The (1957)- FM60, p.50. FM93, p.18 (reprint from FM60)
Woman Who Came Back (1945)- FM67, p.14. FM106, p.58 (reprint from FM67). FM129, p.38 (reprint from FM67)
Wonderful World Of The Brothers Grimm (1962)-FM19, p.10. FM132, p.38
World Without End (1956)- FM42, p.46. FM95, p.9. SM1, p.50
Worst horror films made- See Fifty Worst Horror Films
Wrestlers, Mexican, movie heroes- FM122, pgs.54-59
X The Unknown (1956)- FM99, p.14. FM182, p.24
Xtro (1982)- FM191, pgs.58-60
You Only Live Twice (1967)- FM47, pgs.22-27. FM101, pgs.30-35 (reprint from FM47)
Young Frankenstein (1974)- FM111, pgs.50-65
Zardoz (1973)- FM111, pgs.36-45
Zombie (1979)- FM169, pgs.44-47
Zombies Of Mora Tau (1957)- FM2, p.16
Zombies Of The Stratosphere- See Satan's Satellites
Dec 21 09 4:00 PM
Wanna know how many times Fay Wray screamed in King Kong? Or who coined the term "Ackerman's Folly?" Or who was the first to find that
LUCKY 7 in FM#7? How about the first loathe letter printed? This section contains those wonderful, dear to our heart, letters to the editor. I've indexed
this section by the name of the person that wrote the letter, with a comment about the topic. Now, please folks, I didn't index all the letters from FM. I
tried to concentrate only on those letters I found of particular interest, and those that triggered a response from either Forry or, in some cases, Jim Warren.
I also found this section the most exciting to index because of those great comments like "how can I get one of those frightful Forrest J Ackerman
masks" or "I think your magazine is the best one in the world." I tried to include letters and comments that seemed worthwhile, and in some
cases, just down right funny. I tried to pick letters passing on information that you, the reader, may be interested in referencing.
A LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER--FM100, p.98. (James Warren reminisces his way through 99 prior issues of FM).
Ackerman, Forry (How To Hurt A Guy)--MW9, p.47. (Forry speaks out about a certain human he met on his 8700 mile trek across the country,
and the inhumanness of human nature).
Adams, Mickey (A Great Thing For "The King")--FM46, p.77. (Mickey wrote to the Academy of Motion Pictures recommending an Oscar
for Boris Karloff. Forry beseeches all readers to do the same).
Allocca, John H. (Chaney Challenge)--FM18, p.6. (Another in a long line of "I dare you to print this letter," questioning
Chaney's acting abilities).
Alvarez, Ben (Complaint Dept.)--FM191, p.73. (Ben parallels FM with "another horror magazine which shall go nameless" and comes
up with the conclusion that FM is the best source for older horror movies. Forry offers his last words).
Andrews, John (Route Sixty-Sick)--FM23,pgs.6-8. (Apparently, John did not like the show. Forry returns his criticism and defends his
writing of the article).
Asimov, Robyn (Similar Questions Answered)--MW8, p.54. (Interesting question in retrospect: How long do you think you will edit your
Dec 21 09 4:05 PM
Badgley, Steve (Bah!)--MW9, p.47. (Steve wants to know what happened to SPACEMEN. Forry breaks the bad news).
Bandura, Paul (The Umpire Strikes Back)--FM175, p.73. (Paul's original letter appeared in FM171, but Uncle Forry's answer to his
question concerning the validity of Terri Hardin's claim that she'd seen Star Wars 178 times didn't appear until now. [holy mackerel! wotta
Battams, David (Ire Of A Vampyr)--FM116, p.72. (David draws Forry's comments concerning Vampyr, plus a few other foreign fantasy
Baumgart, Mark (The Return Of The Flaw)--FM134, p.73. (Mark bangs around ole FM referring to the articles as hackwork, the letter column a
flop, and calls Ron Leeds a maniac. There's no beating around the bush with this guy! Mr. Ack, the hack, replies).
Bennett, Debbie (Cushing Club)--FM121, p.4. (Debbie speaks of her club and its offerings, as well as advising Peter's upcoming movie as
well as TV appearances).
Bennett, Rod--FM130,pgs.43-45 (This letter stands as a direct rebuttal to Ron Leeds letter, and follows Forry's comment).
Birkmeyer, Jeff (Short & Snappy)--FM162, p.73. (Even after 161 issues, the puns go on...).
Bock, Mitchell (Don't Read This Letter If You Die Easily)-- FM29,pgs.6,7. (Once again, must we indulge ourselves in such dribble as
Black, Mort (The "Kitchen Sink" Creature, Or, Confidentially, It Stinks)--SM5, p.6. (Enquiring Mort wants to know why? Flash
Gordon never met up with any creature like the one on the cover of SM4. Forry fills us in
on the details).
Bloch, Robert (Mystery Solved)--FM2, p.6. (Letter and editorial comment concerning Lon Chaney).
Blumenfeld, Robert (Habit And Costello)--FM9, p.6. (Letter and editorial comment concerning Zacherley paperbacks).
Boland, John (Pessimist)--FM32, p.7. (John doesn't like much in the way of imagi-movies, tv, or books. Forry offers comment).
Boston, Richard (3-Dimensional Thrillers)--FM14, p.6. (Letter listing 3-D movies).
Bradbury, Ramona--FM4, p.6. (An interesting picture of Ray Bradbury here folks).
Brentwood, Bob (Short Shorts)--FM161, p.4. (Chris Lee picking on Uncle Forry? Forry giving out Lee's address? Humbug I say. HUMBUG!
[and god bless forry, everyone!]).
Brightwell, Dennis (The Missing Ingredient)--FM15, pgs.4,6. (Letter and editorial reply covering the publication of DRACULA'S GUEST and
auction of same to the highest bidder).
Brooks, Christopher (The Brooks Report)--SM7, pgs.4,6. (Chris gives a play-by-play account of the first four SPACEMEN, offering comments on
movies such as BATTLE IN OUTER SPACE, THE PHANTOM PLANET,
and some info concerning the FORBIDDEN PLANET spaceship's usage in three of the TWILIGHT ZONE episodes. This was the only letter printed in this issue
of SPACEMEN, due to its length).
Brown, Sidney H. (Ackerman, Go Home)--FM11, p.4,6. (Letter and editorial comment concerning Ackerman lowering the level of his writing and
gearing the magazine toward a young audience. Editorial reply is from Jim Warren).
Buchholz, Richard (Philosophical Difference)--FM181, p.73. (Forry expounds a little more concerning the movie THE ELEPHANT MAN and the
inclusion of a still from same. Also see Kevin Fitzsimmons letter).
Busse, Walter (A Voice From South Africa)--FM127, p.65. (Walter talks of censorship and FM as his only way of reaching the world of horror.
Forry encourages readers to send back- issues [and probably sent some himself, if I know Forry, like you know Forry...]).
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Cabondell, Joan (Cheap Event)--FM115, p.73. (The "cheap event" referred to is the 1975 Monster Convention and how the money goes
to 4SJ to buy more "memory junk." Forry explains).
Caedmon, Larry (Bobbie Is His Hobby_--FM184, p.65. (Larry is in love with Bobbie Bresee and I can't blame him. When I visited the
Ackermansion for a weekend several years past, I had the extreme pleasure of having brunch with Bobbie, Frank, Forry and Wendy. Forry talks of other screams
queens, and Bobbie too).
Caldwell, Taylor (Unfavorite Letter Of The Month)--MW4, p.4. (Taylor wants to know why? Why does MW hide the fact that Bela Lugosi was a
dope addict? Forry comes to the aid of Bela).
Campbell, Donald--FM113, p.81. (Donald is upset about a number of things, from what constitutes horror, to the obits that FM publishes, to
Forry asking for handouts from his readers. Forry tries to set him on the straight and narrow).
Campbell, Richard (Gone To Prince Sirki)--FM131, p.73. (Richard informs the readers of FM of the passing of Ruth McDevitt).
Cannon, Sean (Questions Answered)--FM164, p.65. (I feel sorry for Sean. Sean wanted some info on JUST IMAGINE, DR. X, and ONE MILLION B.C.
Uncle Forry told him to see FM's 39,77,78, and 81. If anyone out there has FM's 77and 78 for sale, please contact me at your earliest convenience).
Chapman, Jay M. (Monstrously Mad)--SM6, p.6. ("TheMonster Maker," which appeared in an earlier issue of SM, was in fact penned by
the one and only Ray Bradbury. Forry explains the pen-name).
Chernicoff, Bill (Hollywood Monsters)--FM2, p.6.
Clark, Randy (Gutsy Letter)--FM175, p.73. (Another letter in defense of gore).
Cobun, William S. Jr. (Excerpts From "Short Note" 2400 Words Long!)--FM14, p.6. (Interesting letter which includes Bill's top
ten screen thrills of all time).
Cote, Mark (Cruel Censorship)--FM121, p.65. (Mark discusses some films that were either banned or snipped. Forry adds some).
Dale, Bobby (Missive Of The Month)--FM180, p.73. (The boy with two first names is mad. Mad As Heck! Mad about the covers. Mad about the
articles. Mad about the ads. Mad about not being able to see "R" rated movies. Professor Ackerman takes him to school, and passes on some advice
concerning "R" rated movies).
Davenport, Marcia (Death Took A Holiday)--FM150, p.73. (Carroll Borland Died! Twice! Donate blood!).
Dewhirst, Harold (Serious Suggestions)--FM11, p.6. (Letter and editorial comment concerning features on foreign movies and other serious
Dhuey, Steven (Icabod Crane Meets Shakespeare)--FM132, p.4. (The majority of letters in FM132 dealt directly with the Ron Leeds
letter/article of FM130. Steven offers a wonderful point of view).
"Doubting Thomas" Letter--FM111,pgs.13-14. (This letter was not in the Fang Mail Department, but followed Paul Clemen's
article about The Exorcist. "Doubting Thomas" praises the movie and condemns FM for "improper coverage." Forry adds his comments where
Dec 21 09 4:10 PM
Earley, George W. (Earley Bird Give Pal, Wahrman, Alland And Ackerman The Bird)--FM17,pgs.4,6. (Critique spawned by Wendy's article
"Rocket To The Rue Morgue.").
Edwards, Philip (Edwards Of England)--FM123, p.81. (FM was banned in Australia. Philip says his 1965 order of back issues were burned.
Forry comments on the state of affairs).
FAMOUS MONSTERS ISSUE 100--pgs.28-32. (Forry hits on the highs and lows of the letters received over 15 years).
Farkas, Phyllis--see: letter from Dr. A. Lev --FM8, p.7.
Faucher, Wayne (Son Of "Cheap Event")--FM118, p.4. (Forry talks about the Famous Monsters Convention. Wayne's letter was
triggered by the letter from Joan Cabondell).
Fish, Suzy--FM8, p.7. (Letter and editorial concerning the "state of horror movies" being "cheap and silly blood
baths." [we've really come a long way since '61, huh?]).
Fitzsimmons, Kevin (Atypical Complaint)--FM180, p.73. (Kevin did not like THE ELEPHANT MAN still in FM. Forry explains why it was
GENERAL EDITORIAL COMMENT--FM56, p.6. (Editorial regarding the passing of Boris Karloff).
George, Kenneth--FM8, p.6. (Kenneth was the first to find a LUCKY 7 stamped in the seventh issue of FM. I wonder if he really received all
those issues of FM? Kenneth--if you're out there--why don't you let us know...)
Glassman, Irving--FM7, p.6. (Letter and editorial comment concerning Journal Of Frankenstein). --FM8, p.7. (Hey! This is
starting to get kinda in'tresting folks. Irving has some good information to share with us. You might say he's kinda like Forry in his "s-ghoulish
days." Huh?) --FM17, p.6. (Irving's back! And this time he out for blood! [just kidding...I sometimes get carried
away at four in the morning...] Just some brief info on future flicks).
Gordon, Bert I. (Stop The Presses)--FM12, p.4. (Letter concerning upcoming ST. GEORGE & THE 7 CURSES).
Green, Arnold H. (Hiss & Hearse)--FM19, p.7. (Sometimes in the hustle and bustle of everyday life, we forget those important things
like "you forgot to print the price in the 10-foot-snake ad").
Dec 21 09 4:12 PM
Haise, Doug (A Hazing From Haise)--MW5,pgs.46,47. (Doug wants FM and MW to forget stills entirely. He even ventures that if there were no
stills, the circulation would be halved. He goes on (and on and on) to comment on correct spelling and thinks MW should be dropped entirely. Forry talks a
Hall, Ronnie (From The Whiz Of Wisconsin)--SM4, p.4. (Ronnie writes about FRAU IM MOND).
Hamilton, Eugene Roy (Robbie Robbed, Eugene Inspired)--FM134, p.4. (Another letter in response to Ron Leeds' letter of FM130).
Hammell, Joe (Annual Xlnt)--FM161, p.81. (Paul Wegener did make a few talkies. Forry lets us know what they were). --(Of Sirki
& Circumstances)--FM166, p.4. (Forry and Joe discuss Jon Hall's death). --(Ghoula Tallulah)-- FM184, p.4.
(Joe Hammell had more letters published in Fang Mail than anyone else. He adds some info to Randy Palmer's article in FM179 concerning Tallulah
Bankhead's appearances in imagi-movies).
Hanke, John (FJA: Insulting & Ludicrous)--FM114, p.4. (Mr. Hanke is upset by the number of exclamation marks used to describe the back
of the robotrix and believes that FM is fanatically overenthusiastic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! [sorry!!!!!!my key got
Harkins, Johnny (Bad Thing?)--FM33, p.79. (Editorial teaching Johnny that not all readers of FM are kids, and yes, there does exist fantasy
films for grown-ups too).
Hefner, Bobbie Jo (Bloch Buster)--FM13, p.7. (Come ride the little train that is rollin' 'round the bend to the--uh-oh. Wrong
Bobbie Jo. Letter concerning Robert Bloch's article "Menace Anyone?").
Heller, Bruce Alan (McGee On The Griddle)--FM120, p.80. (The McGee/Harryhausen article in FM117 caused several readers to express their own
opinions. This one happened to draw an explanation from Forry).
Hicks, Don (By Gash & By Gory)--FM174, p.4. (The hottest topic in Fangmail: To gore or not to Gore. Don's comment concerned
"not to gore." That is the question).
Hoffman, Eric (Junior Reporter)--FM17, p.4. (Nice letter from Eric discussing the movie JACK THE GIANT KILLER).
Hopkins, William (Distressing News From The Twilight Zone)-- FM120, p.80. (Rod Serling's heart attack is mentioned, as well as Marcel
Delgado's condition. Sympathy cards for both can be sent to Forry for forwarding).
Hotin, William (For Groan-Ups Only)--FM4, p.6. (STATEMENT FROM THE PUBLISHER. FM's first response to those "your magazine is
insidious trash, turns kids in to commie pinko fags and basically destroys any morals we might have had" letters we all grew to know and love).
Hudson, Donna (Furious & Disgusted)--FM112, p.4. (Way back in FM106, "name withehld" questioned charitable contributions to
the Ackermansion as a worthy cause. Donna and Raymond J Bowie defend the cause).
Hughes, Mark (Monster, Hang Your Heads In Shame)--FM37, p.70. (Marks comments regard a certain poem printed in an earlier issue of FM and
Forry comments on plagiarism).
Dec 21 09 4:14 PM
Jacy, Adam (Klie & He Agree)--FM115, p.4. (See Robert Klie's letter below. It's more of the same, just recycled).
Jeralemen, Bill (Forry & Against)--FM125, p.65. (This letter discusses attitudes concerning the Vietnam war and FM's anti-Vietnam
Johnson, Charles P.--FM20, p.4. (More kudo's and egoboos for Forry).
Johnson, John (Interesting Statistics)--FM15, p.6. (John's letter is interesting from the fact that he took time to count how many
letters to the editor had been printed since issue 2, (137) and came up with a little poll showing that 96% of the readers like FM. Here's a guy that takes
after my own heart...).
Jones, Marvin (Portions Of Prize Winning Letter)--FM20,pgs.4,6. (Discusses Herbert Lom's Phantom as well as VALLEY OF THE DRAGONS and
Kanin, George (Meteor Bombardment)--SM2, p.4. (George wants to know the reason SM1 was called a "collector's issue." He also
queries as to why 8 sides were devoted to 12 TO THE MOON. Replies are from Warren and Forry).
Kaplan, Steve B. (Bad Ack-tor)--FM39, p.66. (Letter and editorial comment concerning the magazine as being "juvenile." [pass me
another snickers bar moe...]).
Kennedy, Mike (The Death Of Henry Frankenstein)--FM41, p.67. (Mike writes in and wants to know the circumstances surrounding the death of
Colin Clive. Forry fills him in).
Kimura, Kat (Japan Fan)--FM153, p.4. (FM not only left its mark on kids across the US, but across the ocean as well. Hori-san talks a
little about his ties in the Land of the Rising Sun).
Klie, Robert (Hangnail Fangmail)--FM113, p.4. (Another juicy "you won't print this letter" sparked by FM106 as being the
worst. Forry comments concerning killing off John Agar).
Konnicz, Jeff (From A Former Reader)--FM146, p.89. (BELA! BELA! BELA! NOT ENUF BELA! are the words that ring from this letter, referring to
FM's 20th anniversary issue [ok FM fans out there. It's quiz time. Put away those back issues. Which issue was the 20th anniversary issue?]. And Jeff
is also upset because it had too much KARLOFF! Forry's mad).
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