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Victor Adamson (Albert B. Adamson)

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Biography

Auckland, New Zealand
Someday a clever producer will tell the story of Hollywood's "Poverty Row" of the 1920s-'40s (although Hearts of the West (1975) was a valiant effort, it left a lot to be desired), which was centered on Gower Street. So many fly-by-night production companies--which cranked out mostly westerns, because they were so cheap to shoot--were headquartered there that the area became known as "Gower Gulch." Such a story would have to include Victor Adamson, a man whose unique, if inept, cinematic vision rivaled that of schlockmeister icons Dwain Esper, Robert J. Horner and later, the King himself, Edward D. Wood Jr.. Read more...

Actor

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Character: Turf Club Extra

That Gang of Mine 1940

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Character: O'Hara Cowhand at Opera House

The Gal Who Took the West 1949

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Character: Racer with Fat Girl

Rancho Notorious 1952

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Character: Townsman Greeting Will

The Story of Will Rogers 1952

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Character: Barfly Doc Talks To

A Big Hand for the Little Lady 1966

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Writing