Wonderful actress Madeline Smith kindly recorded an interview for our recent Peter Cushing documentary. After the recording she stayed behind to reminisce and chat about working with Peter at Hammer Films, with Roger Moore as James Bond in Live and Let Die and working with the legendary Carry On team. Continue reading “Madeline Smith on working with Hammer Films, the legendary Carry On team and opposite Roger Moore in Live and Let Die”
One of the great things about making documentary is that you often get to meet amazing people, made even more special when you meet the together. Valerie Leon and Madeline Smith both recorded interviews for our recent documentary, PETER CUSHING: In His Own Words. They were in the studio on the same day and recorded a short piece together, sharing their experiences working with Hammer Films and James Bond. Two wonderful people, delighted to have been able to record even a short clip with them together. Continue reading “Valerie Leon and Madeline Smith talk Hammer Films and James Bond”
Author and broadcaster, Morris Bright MBE recorded a great interview for our new documentary, PETER CUSHING: In His Own Words. Here’s a few clips from the interview, which celebrate Peter’s work at Elstree Studios, from the Hammer films to the international success of George Lucas’s Star Wars. Continue reading “Morris Bright MBE reflects on Peter Cushing at Elstree Studios: From Hammer to Star Wars”
Actor Derek Fowlds recalls spending six weeks at Bray Studios working with Peter Cushing for Hammer Films’ classic 1967 horror shocker Frankenstein Created Woman. It was an experience that had a huge impact on him, which he discussed in detail during a special interview he recorded for our documentary, PETER CUSHING: In His Own Words. Here’s a documentary-extra with additional material from Derek’s interview, which we thought you’d like to see. Continue reading “DEREK FOWLDS recalls working with PETER CUSHING on Hammer Films’ Frankenstein Created Woman: DOC-EXTRA”
We have a very special PRODUCTION DIARY today that features excerpts from a radio interview recorded with Peter Cushing in May 1986, much of which that has never been broadcast before. The interview now forms part of our new documentary PETER CUSHING: In His Own Words, which takes a fresh look at Peter, his life and his work.