Freaks

At 16 Browning had left his well to do family to join a traveling circus, he drew on his personal experiences for Freaks. Because of his success as the director of Dracula he was given a considerable leeway for a major studio`s first horror film, this and the fact he was working in Pre-Code Hollywood enabled a unique production. In the film, the ....
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Freaks

(from the article `Browning, Tod`) ...supporting role in Thirteenth Chair. The success of Dracula (1931) enabled Browning to flourish throughout the early 1930s, but his string of ...
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