Roger Corman filmography

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Poster for Corman-directed The Raven, 1963

This is a list of films directed or produced by Roger Corman.

This is a partial list. Corman is famously prolific, in his American International Pictures years and afterward. The IMDB credits Corman with 55 directed films and some 385 produced films from 1954 through 2008, many as un-credited producer or executive producer (consistent with his role as head of his own New World Pictures from 1970 through 1983). Corman also has significant credits as writer and actor.

Film
Year Title Contribution Notes
1954 Monster from the Ocean Floor Producer
Actor ("Tommy") (uncredited)[1]
Directed by Wyott Ordung
1955 Swamp Women Director
1955 Five Guns West Director
Presenter[1]
1955 The Beast with a Million Eyes Director (uncredited)[1] Directed by David Kramarsky
1955 Apache Woman Director
1955 Day the World Ended Director
1955 The Fast and the Furious Producer
Stunt driver (uncredited)
Actor ("Roadblock State Trooper") (uncredited)[1]
Directed by John Ireland
1956 The Oklahoma Woman Director
1956 Gunslinger Director
Presenter[1]
1956 It Conquered the World Director
1957 Naked Paradise Director
Actor ("Office Worker")[1]
1957 Carnival Rock Director
1957 Not of This Earth Director
1957 Attack of the Crab Monsters Director
1957 The Undead Director
1957 Rock All Night Director
1957 Teenage Doll Director
1957 Sorority Girl Director
1957 The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent Director
1958 I, Mobster Director
1958 War of the Satellites Director
Actor ("Ground Control")[1]
1958 Machine-Gun Kelly Director
1958 Hot Car Girl Actor ("Cop Who Finds Note") (uncredited)[1]
1958 Teenage Cave Man Director
1958 The Cry Baby Killer Actor ("Joe - TV Truck Man") (uncredited)[1]
1958 She Gods of Shark Reef Director
1959 A Bucket of Blood Director
1960 Ski Troop Attack Director
Actor ("German Soldier Entering Cabin") (uncredited)[1]
1960 Battle of Blood Island Actor ("Soldier on Hilltop") (uncredited)[1]
1960 The Wasp Woman Director
Actor ("Doctor in the Hospital") (uncredited)[1]
1960 House of Usher Director
1960 The Little Shop of Horrors Director
1960 Last Woman on Earth Director
1961 Atlas Director
Actor ("Greek Soldier") (uncredited)[1]
1961 Creature from the Haunted Sea Director
Boom operator (uncredited)[1]
1961 The Pit and the Pendulum Director
1962 The Premature Burial Director
1962 The Intruder Director
1962 Tales of Terror Director
1962 Tower of London Director
1963 The Young Racers Director
1963 The Raven Director
1963 The Terror Director
1963 The Haunted Palace Director
1963 X Director
1963 Dementia 13 Producer Directed by Francis Ford Coppola
1964 The Masque of the Red Death Director
1964 The Secret Invasion Director
1964 The Tomb of Ligeia Director
1965 Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet Producer Directed by Curtis Harrington
1966 The Wild Angels Director
1966 Blood Bath Producer
Actor ("Antonio Sordi") (uncredited)[1]
Directed by Jack Hill and Stephanie Rothman
1967 A Time for Killing Director (uncredited)[1] Directed by Phil Karlson
1967 The St. Valentine's Day Massacre Director
1967 The Trip Director
1968 Targets Producer Directed by Peter Bogdanovich
1968 The Wild Racers Director (uncredited)[1] Directed by Daniel Haller
1969 De Sade Director (uncredited)[1] Directed by Cy Endfield
1969 Target: Harry Director (as Henry Neill)[1]
1970 Bloody Mama Director
1970 The Dunwich Horror Producer Directed by Daniel Haller
1971 Gas-s-s-s Director
1971 Von Richthofen and Brown Director
1972 Boxcar Bertha Producer Directed by Martin Scorsese
1973 Sweet Kill Producer Directed by Curtis Hanson
1974 Caged Heat Producer Directed by Jonathan Demme
1974 Cockfighter Producer Directed by Monte Hellman
1974 The Godfather Part II Actor ("Senator #2") (uncredited)[1] Directed by Francis Ford Coppola
1975 Death Race 2000 Producer Directed by Paul Bartel
1976 Cannonball! Actor ("District Attorney")[1] Directed by Paul Bartel
1976 Fighting Mad Producer Directed by Jonathan Demme
1976 Eat My Dust Presenter[1] Directed by Charles B. Griffith, starring Ron Howard
1977 Grand Theft Auto Producer Directed by Ron Howard
1978 Deathsport Producer
Director (uncredited)[1]
Directed by Allan Arkush and Nicholas Niciphor
1978 Piranha Producer Directed by Joe Dante
1979 Rock 'n' Roll High School Producer Directed by Allan Arkush
1980 Battle Beyond the Stars Producer Directed by Jimmy T. Murakami
1981 Galaxy of Terror Producer Directed by Bruce D. Clark
1982 Forbidden World Producer Directed by Allan Holzman
1983 Suburbia Presenter and producer (uncredited)[1] Directed by Penelope Spheeris
1987 Sweet Revenge Producer Directed by Mark Sobel
1987 Munchies Producer Directed by Bettina Hirsch
1988 Andy Colby's Incredible Adventure Producer Directed by Deborah Brock
1990 Frankenstein Unbound Director
1991 The Unborn Producer Directed by Rodman Flender
1991 Killer Instinct Producer Directed by David Tausik
1993 Carnosaur Producer Directed by Adam Simon
1994 Angel of Destruction Producer Directed by Charles Philip Moore
1994 Hellfire Producer
1995 The Wasp Woman Producer Directed by Jim Wynorski
1995 Carnosaur 2 Producer Directed by Louis Morneau
1995 A Bucket of Blood Producer Directed by Michael James McDonald
1996 Carnosaur 3: Primal Species Producer Directed by Jonathan Winfrey
1999 The Shepherd Producer Directed by Peter Hayman
2001 Raptor Producer Directed by Jim Wynorski
2002 Escape from Afghanistan Producer Directed by Timur Bekmambetov
2004 Dinocroc Producer
Presenter[1]
Directed by Kevin O'Neill
2007 Supergator Producer Directed by Kevin O'Neill
2008 Death Race Producer Directed by Paul W. S. Anderson
2010 Dinoshark Producer Directed by Kevin O'Neill
2010 Dinocroc vs. Supergator Producer Directed by Jim Wynorski
2010 Sharktopus Producer Directed by Declan O'Brien
2012 Piranhaconda Producer Directed by Jim Wynorski


Unmade films[edit]

  • High Steel - a "steeplejack story" (1955)[2]
  • Cobra a film to be shot in India in Cinemascope (1955)[2] with Gaby Bruyere[3]
  • Fortress Beneath the Sea shot off Baj (1955)a[2]
  • The Kickback by John Robinson and Frank Burt[4]
  • adaptation of She by H Rider Haggard for American International Pictures (late 1950s) - never made although Corman got to travel overseas scouting locations[5]
  • Devil on Horseback a Western based on the Brownsville Raid based on a script by Charles B. Griffith (1955)[6]
  • The Stake - a Western by George Leffert to star Dana Andrews[7]
  • Part Time Mother - from a script by Charles B. Griffith[8]
  • The Haunted Dream (circa 1961) - biopic of Edgar Allan Poe[9]
  • I Flew a Spy Plane Over Russia (early 1960s) - based on the Francis Gary Powers incident with a script written by Robert Towne that Corman claims was not finished in time[10]
  • biopic on Robert E. Lee for United Artists (early 1960s)[11]
  • adaptation of Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (mid 1960s) based on a script by Hugh Leonard for Columbia which they did not want to make[12]
  • adaptation of Kafka's The Penal Colony for Columbia to be shot on the set for King Rat (1965)[13]
  • script by novelist Richard Yates about the Battle of Iwo Jima (circa 1965)[14]
  • The Long Ride Home, a Western based on a script by Robert Towne (circa 1965)[14]
  • Couples based on a novel by John Updike for United Artists (circa 1971)[15]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y Roger Corman at the Internet Movie Database
  2. ^ a b c MOVIELAND EVENTS: Paul Schofield Gets Huston Attention Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] 09 Feb 1955: 21.
  3. ^ Film of Life at New Aviation Academy Set for Bob Taylor Hopper, Hedda. Chicago Daily Tribune (1923-1963) [Chicago, Ill] 16 Mar 1955: b6.
  4. ^ Corman Takes Option to Film 'Kickback' Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] 24 July 1955: d5.
  5. ^ Shocker Pioneers Tell How to Make Monsters: Want to Make a Monster? Experts Tell How It's Done, Scheuer, Philip K. Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] 21 Sep 1958: E1.
  6. ^ Story of Ex-Fighter to Be Dramatic Film Hopper, Hedda. Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] 12 July 1955: 12.
  7. ^ Drama: Gable, Turner Costar Deal Foreseen; Andrews Indicated for 'Stake' Schallert, Edwin. Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] 24 Apr 1956: 21.
  8. ^ Genet's 'Deathwatch' to Be Given Locally Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] 23 Dec 1959: 14.
  9. ^ Warners Will Film Kennedy Navy Saga: Exploit Titled 'PT Boat 109'; Paul Newman, Ritt Lo Repeat Scheuer, Philip K. Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] 09 Mar 1961: B11.
  10. ^ Corman p108
  11. ^ Corman p170
  12. ^ Corman p124
  13. ^ Corman p124-125
  14. ^ a b Corman p125
  15. ^ Corman p180-181
  • Corman, Roger & Jim Jerome, How I Made a Hundred Movies in Hollywood and Never lost a Dime, Muller, 1990

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