Harry Thomas

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Pennsylvania, USA
During the horror/sci-fi boom of the 1950s, makeup man Harry Thomas was associated with some of the most memorable personalities and pictures of the period. He worked with Roger Corman, Edward D. Wood Jr., Tor Johnson and Richard E. Cunha, and contributed to such films as Frankenstein's Daughter (1958), Cat-Women of the Moon (1953), Killers from Space (1954), The Neanderthal Man (1953), The Little Shop of Horrors (1960) and many more. Thomas began his career in the 1930s when one of his first jobs was at MGM working under renowned makeup artist Jack Dawn and his assistant William Tuttle. Read more...


Character: Man in Nightmare

Glen or Glenda 1953