Untitled - William Bell* & Tobe Hooper - Eaten Alive

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  1. Kajit

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    Tobe Hooper, the director of the horror film classic "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre," has died at the age of 74, according to multiple news sources. For full coverage and obituary from indie.celvnamurozulumi.infoinfo
  2. Tygojar

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    Aug 27,  · Remembering Tobe Hooper, Architect of Modern Horror The ‘Texas Chain Saw Massacre’ and ‘Poltergeist’ director put real-life stakes in grindhouse stories By Author: Sean Fennessey.
  3. Faera

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    Aug 27,  · Tobe Hooper, director of "Texas Chain Saw Massacre," dead at Filmmaker Tobe Hooper, whose gore film "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" was a trailblazer in the horror genre, has died. He was The Los Angeles County coroner's office said that Hooper died Saturday in Los Angeles, reportedly from natural causes.
  4. Nakinos

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    Director, writer, and producer Tobe Hooper was born in Austin, Texas, on January 25, Hooper's parents were hotel managers who also owned a movie theatre in San Angelo, Texas, and Hooper became a fan of the cinema at a young age. He studied film at the University of Texas at Austin, and his early films included the short.
  5. Malasida

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    After Hooper finished "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" he was offered a job directing "Eaten Alive", a movie about Neville Brand feeding people to alligators. The only creature on earth that gives me the creeps more than an alligator is Neville Brand so I have always made it a point to avoid this film.
  6. Vuzragore

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    CS, Dutch Oven, Unpolished bootleg tape of selected musical passages directly from Hooper's slasher. Really confused synth efx that could easily be from the Chocolate Mo.
  7. Daibar

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    William Bell. Order by William Bell - Tobe Hooper Eaten Alive (LP) LP | € write us. Do you have any special request? Send us a message below. Become a Member. Join us by becoming a Soundohm member. Members receive a 10% discount and Free Shipping Worldwide, periodic special promotions and free items > read more. Stay Connected.
  8. Faetilar

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    Hooper rejoined the cast of "Texas" and with Kim Henkle again for Eaten Alive (), a gory horror film with Mel Ferrer, Carolyn Jones, William Finley, and Marilyn Burns (who played the lead in "Chainsaw"). The film centered around a caretaker of a motel who feeds his guests to his pet alligator.
  9. Grogore

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    Tobe Hooper and William Bell Insane soundtrack with kill scene shrieking taken directly from the movie edited quite nicely into a killer LP with amazing intro and outro jams, screams, swamp sound, crocodiles, and synthesizers. It may sound like a missing entry in the Hanson Records catalogue!

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