Richard Gordon, British-born film producer, died November 1, aged 85. He moved to New York in 1947, accompanied by his elder brother Alex (who also went into movie production), and set up Gordon Films in 1949 to distribute imported movies. Among the many genre films he produced were First Man Into Space, Corridors of Blood, Devil Doll, Fiend Without a Face and Inseminoid. He was a regular guest at Manchester’s Festival of Fantastic Films.
[Thanks to Steve Green for the story.]