Elisha Cook, Jr.
(Movies & TV)
Robert Taylor (actor)
(Movies & TV)
Vincent Price
(Movies & TV)
John Sturges
(Movies & TV)
B movie
Bruce Bennett
(Movies & TV)

See also

William Castle

Knowledge Identifier: +William_Castle


William Castle

American film director, producer, screenwriter, and actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1914.

Countries: United States (88%), (13%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Elisha Cook, Jr., Robert Taylor (actor), Vincent Price

Linked to: Jews, The Village Voice, Newsweek, Bell Telephone Company




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William Castle was born in 1914 add something


Castle began directing films in the early 1940s, and later television, before moving on to the "gimmick films" add something


Bruce Bennett - The "Washington Post" noted, "He moved into grittier roles in the late 1940s and early 1950s, playing a detective in William Castle's "Undertow" and a forensic scientist who helps solve a crime in John Sturges' "Mystery Street"


B movie - In the late 1950s, William Castle became known as the great innovator of the B movie publicity gimmick


Elisha Cook, Jr. - At the other end of the cinematic spectrum, he appeared in William Castle's horror film "House on Haunted Hill", released in 1959, and Roman Polanski's adaptation of Rosemary's Baby


Vincent Price - He played Dr. Warren Chapin, in "The Tingler", a 1959 horror-thriller film by the American producer and director William Castle


Robert Bloch - In 1964 Bloch wrote two movies for William Castle - "Straight-Jacket" and "The Night Walker"


Robert Taylor (actor) - In 1964, he co-starred with his former wife, Barbara Stanwyck, in William Castle's psychological horror film "The Night Walker"

William Castle died in 1977 add something


After a long career, Castle died on 31 May 1977 in Los Angeles , California, of a heart attack add something


Two of his films have been remade by his daughter Terry Ann Castle, who co-produced "House on Haunted Hill" in 1999, and "Thirteen Ghosts" in 2001 add something


In 2014, BearManor Media published "Showmanship: The Cinema of William Castle", the first book to offer a complete film-by-film analysis of Castle's directorial efforts add something