Samuel M. Sherman

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New York City, New York, USA
Writer, producer and distributor Samuel M. Sherman was born April 23, 1940, in New York City. He attended New York's City College Film Institute, where he ran "Flash Gordon" serials and "The Mask of Fu Mancho" in the student film program and made the 16mm short "The Weird Stranger" in a single day. Sam did freelance work for noted magazine publisher Jim Warren from 1958-1965. He was briefly in the army but got discharged because of a leg injury. The first picture Sherman distributed was a re-release of the Monogram's 1934 The Scarlet Letter (1934) in 1964. Read more...