Tuesday, 23 February 2016


There can be few directors who worked for Hammer films, who did so much to develop that Hammer-in-house style. Terence Fisher, WAS Hammer. Along with Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee and the players who helped under pin the rich vision of fairy-tale come Gothic nightmare style. Even when the 'monsters' were 'shaky' the script, with more holes than a Swiss cheese... the look, pace and world beautifully styled by Fisher, just sat so well.

Old Friends... Terence Fisher and Peter Cushing at the Festival du Film Fantastique de Paris in 1974

Peter and Thorley Walters share a joke, during the making of 'Frankenstein Created Woman' at Bray studios in 1967.

Terence Fisher at home during the time of his last film for Hammer

In the last ten years of his life, Terence had not one but two accidents, 
both involving cars and I believe, in the same location!

Terence Fisher at home with his wife, Morag.

Start out finding out MORE on Terence Fisher and his non Cushing
work for Hammer films, with this feature and gallery about STOLEN FACE 
at our supplement website, THEBLACKBOXCLUB.COM

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