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Hawaii top resorts on (Glen or Glenda, 1952; Plan 9 from Outer Space, 1956) as one of filmdom’s worst directors, Adamson is regarded in certain circles as a competent schlockmeister who, by economic necessity, worked in the sub-genres of biker films (Satan’s Sadists, 1969), horror (Dracula Vs. Frankenstein, 1972), sexploitation (The Naughty Steward esses, 1973), and blaxploitation (Black Samurai, 1977). Born Albert Victor Adamson, Jr., in Hollywood, California, on July 6, 1929, the future director had a film pedigree of sorts. Under the stage name Denver Dixon, Adamson’s native New Zealander father (Victor, Sr.) starred in (The Last Roundup, 1929) and directed (The Lone Rider, 1922; Lightning Range, 1933) several low-budget silent and early sound features for Poverty Row producers. Following service in the Navy, Al Adamson promoted nightclub acts prior to making his screen debut under the name Rick Adams in the forgettable 1961 film, Half way to Hell, produced and directed by his father. Hawaii top resorts 2016.

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