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August 7th, 2008

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January 7, 2008

Cataclysmic Cameron Mitchell

When he was in his 70’s, Cameron Mitchell sat down to talk with Tom
Weaver, the author of Double Feature Creature Attack.

By that point in his career, Mitchell was the reigning horror and slasher flick king, had appeared in over 300 films and uncounted television episodes, and was still working. In this interview, he talks about his globe-trotting lifestyle (“I feel like Willie Lowman, because I’m always packing my suitcases. I don’t think anybody’s traveled more than I have.”) , taste in films (“Many years ago, I liked every picture – and today, I don’t like any!”), famous role in Carousel (“I’m no singer.”), and encounters with out of the ordinary experiences (“I saw a flying saucer years ago, and I do believe in those things.”).

Click here to read Double Feature Creature Attack: The Cameron Mitchell Interview.

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