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HALLOWEEN WEEK CONTINUES: William Castle (processed)




HALLOWEEN WEEK CONTINUES:  William Castle (processed)





William Castle (April 24, 1914 – May 31, 1977) was an American film director, producer, and actor.

William Schloss was born in New York City to a Jewish family. Schloss means "castle" in German, and Castle probably chose to translate his surname into English to avoid the discrimination often encountered by Jewish entertainers of his time. He spent most of his teenage years working on Broadway in a number of jobs ranging from set building to acting. This put him in a good stead to become a director, and he left for Hollywood at the age of 23, going on to direct his first film 6 years later. He also worked an as assistant to director Orson Welles, doing much of the second unit location work for Welles' noir classic, The Lady from Shanghai.

Castle was famous for directing films with many gimmicks which were ambitiously promoted, despite being reasonably low budget B-movies. Five of these were scripted by adventure novelist Robb White. Recently, two of his films have been remade, House on Haunted Hill in 1999, and Thirteen Ghosts in 2001 (the latter retitled Thir13en Ghosts).

He also produced, and had a brief non-speaking role in, Roman Polanski's film Rosemary's Baby (1968). Castle is the grey-haired man lurking outside the phone booth while Mia Farrow is attempting to get in touch with the obstetrician. According to the documentary featured on the film's DVD release, Castle had wanted to direct the film as well, but the studio insisted on hiring another director due to the reputation Castle had gained through his previous work. They felt that the novel deserved a better treatment than Castle was able to give it.

After a long career, William Castle died in Los Angeles, California, of a heart attack.[1] He is interred in the Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Glendale, California.

A documentary focusing on Castle's life, Spine Tingler! The William Castle Story, directed by Jeffrey Schwarz, had its premiere at AFI FEST 2007 in Los Angeles on November 8, 2007. It won the Audience Award for Best Documentary.


Castle's gimmicks!

Macabre (1958): A certificate for a $1,000 life insurance policy from Lloyd's of London was given to each customer in case he/she should die of fright during the film. Showings also had fake nurses stationed in the lobbies and hearses parked outside the theater.
House on Haunted Hill (1959): Filmed in "Emergo". An inflatable glow in the dark skeleton attached to a wire floated over the audience during the final moments of some showings of the film to parallel the action on the screen when a skeleton arose from a vat of acid and pursued the villainous wife of Vincent Price.[4] The gimmick did not always instill fright; sometimes the skeleton became a target for some audience members who hurled candy boxes, soda cups or any other objects at hand at the skeleton.
The Tingler (1959): Filmed in "Percepto". In the film a docile creature that lives in the spinal cord is activated by fright, and can only be destroyed by screaming. In the film's finale one of the creatures removed from the spine of a mute woman killed by it when she was unable to scream is let loose in a movie theatre. Some seats in theatres showing the Tingler were equipped with larger versions of the hand-held joy buzzers attached to the underside of the seats. When the Tingler in the film attacked the audience the buzzers were activated as a voice encouraged the real audience to "Scream - scream for your lives." The effect caused more giggles than shock.[citation needed] Articles regarding this often incorrectly state the seats in the theatre were wired to give electrical jolts.
13 Ghosts (1960): Filmed in "Illusion-O". A hand held ghost viewer/remover with strips of red and blue cellophane was given out to use during certain segments of the film. By looking through either the red or blue cellophane the audience was able to either see or remove the ghosts if they were too frightening. The similarity to anaglyph 3-D glasses often causes this film to be listed as 3-D when in fact there are no 3-D segments in the film.[citation needed]
Homicidal (1961): This film contained a "Fright break" with a 45 second timer overlaid over the film's climax as the heroine approached a house harboring a sadistic killer. A voiceover advised the audience of the time remaining in which they could leave the theatre and receive a full refund if they were too frightened to see the remainder of the film. To ensure the more wily patrons did not simply stay for a second showing and leave during the finale Castle had different color tickets printed for each show.[8] In a trailer for the film, Castle explained the use of the Coward's Certificate and admonished the viewer to not reveal the ending of the film to friends, "or they will kill you. If they don't, I will." About 1% of patrons still demanded refunds, and in response:
"William Castle simply went nuts. He came up











Gas Bleaching Test #1




Gas Bleaching Test #1





First test after I happed to found a bottle of sulphuric acid in a random box of chemicals from vanbar I was given. Score. Wish I looked closely instead of spending weeks lamenting about a lack of sulphuric acid.

Anyway, there were two dark small circles on the film from 2 drops of rodinal placed on it, then washed off.

The circle mark is the bleaching area, I generated chlorine gas in a erlenmeyer flask and place the film over it to let chlorine gas pass against the surface.

Bleached pretty quick, so that part of the film is silver chloride (chlorine displaces bromine in salts, as it's the more reactive halogen).

Now I can get onto gas bleaching some Kodak Gold 100 (10 years expired, actually terribly grainy and shitty overexposed and pulled!) that I left in the sun to reduce to a finer grain silver, that I can bleach back with bromine fumes.

Should be fine grain, slow and sharp, and high contrast.

With no silver iodide on the film (bromine will displace it), I suspect it will develop very fast in regular C-41 process, may need a special low contrast dev, or C-41 at room temp.

Should be able to gas bleach (in the dark) dodgy old expired film with iodine fumes to restore speed, or gain speed on top of box speed depending on the emulsion type, we'll see.









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