Al Adamson Net Worth

Al Adamson Net Worth is
$5 Million

Al Adamson Biography

Al Adamson net worthy of: Al Adamson was an American film director who had a net worthy of of $5 million. In 1966 Adamson and Sam Sherman founded Independent-International Images. Adamson directed B-quality horror movies from 1961 to 1983. As a kid he made an appearance uncredited in the film Desert Mesa. Adamson also directed or created the films Psycho a Go-Go, Bloodstream of Dracula’s Castle, Five Bloody Graves, Smashing the Criminal offense Syndicate, Horror of the Bloodstream Monsters, Brain of Bloodstream, Dracula vs. Al Adamson was created in Hollywood, California in July 1929 and passed on in June 1995. Al assisted his dad Victor Adamson with the 1963 film Halfway to Hell which he directed, produced, and made an appearance in. Frankenstein, Dynamite Brothers, Mean Mom, The Naughty Stewardesses, Dark High temperature, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, Dark Samurai, Cinderella 2000, Sunset Cove, Loss of life Dimension, Nurse Sherri, Carnival Magic, and Shed. In 1995 Adamson was reported lacking and five weeks afterwards his remains were uncovered. Al Adamson officially passed on on June 21, 1995 at age 65. His murder provides been documented in it series Forensic Detectives, THE BRAND NEW Detectives, and A Stranger IN MY OWN Home.

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Quick Facts

Full NameAl Adamson
Net Worth$5 Million
Date Of BirthJuly 25, 1929
DiedJune 21, 1995, Indio, California, United States
ProfessionScreenwriter, Film producer, Film director, Actor
SpouseStevee Ashlock (m. 1993–1995), Regina Carrol (m. 1972–1992)
ParentsDolores Booth, Victor Adamson
SiblingsJoy Adamson, Joan Marie Adamson
MoviesDracula vs. Frankenstein, Satan's Sadists, Horror of the Blood Monsters, Brain of Blood, Possession of Nurse Sherri, Blood of Dracula's Castle, Five Bloody Graves, Blood of Ghastly Horror, Psycho A-Go-Go, Black Samurai, Hell's Bloody Devils, Angels' Wild Women, Death Dimension, Dynamite Brothers, Carnival Magic, Doctor Dracula, Mean Mother, On the Reeperbahn at Half Past Midnight, Hammer, The Fiend with the Electronic Brain, Lost, Doomsday Voyage

Interesting Facts

1 Interviewed in "Wild Beyond Belief: Interviews with Exploitation Filmmakers of the 1960s and 1970s" by Brian Albright (McFarland & Co.).
2 Murdered by a man by the name of Fred Fulford, who was convicted and sentenced to 25 years to life.
3 His body was found buried under his freshly laid cement and tile bathroom. His murderer posed as him using his clothes and credit cards at a hotel in Florida while on the run.
4 Was good friends with actor-director John 'Bud' Cardos.
5 Normally cast his wife Regina Carrol.
6 Son of actor-director Victor Adamson and actress Dolores Booth


1 [on making horror films] I like doing them. To me, it's fun. I don't take it seriously.
2 I think I'm a better action director than anything.



Lost 1983
Carnival Magic 1981
Nurse Sherri 1978
Death Dimension 1978
Sunset Cove 1978
Doctor Dracula 1978 new footage
Cinderella 2000 1977
Black Samurai 1977
Uncle Tom's Cabin 1976
Black Heat 1976
Blazing Stewardesses 1975
Jessi's Girls 1975
The Naughty Stewardesses 1974
Girls for Rent 1974
Mean Mother 1974 as Albert Victor
Dynamite Brothers 1974
Angels' Wild Women 1972
Lash of Lust 1972 as George Sheaffer
Dracula vs. Frankenstein 1971
The Female Bunch 1971
Brain of Blood 1971
Horror of the Blood Monsters 1970
Hell's Bloody Devils 1970
Five Bloody Graves 1969
Shock Treatment 1969 new footage
Satan's Sadists 1969
Blood of Dracula's Castle 1969
Psycho 1967
Psycho a Go-Go 1965
Half Way to Hell 1961 uncredited


Cinderella 2000 1977 producer
Black Heat 1976 producer
Jessi's Girls 1975 producer
Cry Rape 1973 TV Movie producer
Angels' Wild Women 1972 producer
Hammer 1972 producer
Doomsday Voyage 1972 producer
Dracula vs. Frankenstein 1971 producer
Brain of Blood 1971 producer
Horror of the Blood Monsters 1970 producer
Hell's Bloody Devils 1970 producer
Five Bloody Graves 1969 producer
Satan's Sadists 1969 producer
Blood of Dracula's Castle 1969 producer
Psycho 1967 producer
Psycho a Go-Go 1965 producer
Half Way to Hell 1961 producer


Horror of the Blood Monsters 1970 Earthly Vampire (uncredited)
Five Bloody Graves 1969 Indian in knife fight with Ben (uncredited)
Half Way to Hell 1961 Escobar (as Lyle Felice)
Desert Mesa 1935 Young Boy (uncredited)
Black Heat 1976 Extra in casino (uncredited)
Angels' Wild Women 1972 War Movie Director (uncredited)
Dracula vs. Frankenstein 1971 Man in Audience / Man Zapped by Dracula (uncredited)


Nurse Sherri 1978 idea
Angels' Wild Women 1972 screenplay - as D. Dixon Jr.
Psycho 1967 story
Psycho a Go-Go 1965 original story
Half Way to Hell 1961 story


Al Adamson: Drive-In Monster 1996 Short documentary Himself
The Joe Franklin Show 1993 TV Series Himself
Drive-In Madness! 1987 Documentary Himself

Archive Footage

A Stranger in My Home 2014 TV Series Himself
The New Detectives: Case Studies in Forensic Science 2002 TV Series documentary Himself

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