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|Joseph F. Robertson|
|Aliases:||Adele Robbins; Vance Skarstedt|
|Roles:||Producer; Director; Actor|
Joseph F. Robertson is a film producer and director and the founder of Joseph F. Robertson Productions. His first film work was the 1963 sci-fi/horror feature The Crawling Hand, directed by Herbert L. Strock. Robertson is notable for not only producing this film, but also for performing the part of the severed hand that goes around killing innocent people in a small coatal town.
That same year, Robertson produced The Slime People, which was directed by Robert Hutton. The movie featured a race of suterranean muck creatures that rise to the surface and invade modern day Los Angeles.
Following these two films, most of Robertson's work was in the erotica genre where he went by the pseudonym Adele Robbins. In 1989, he returned to his horror roots with the comedy film Dr. Caligari, directed by Stephen Sayadian. He also directed the 1992 movie Auntie Lee's Meat Pies, which is an homage to the Mrs. Lovett character from Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
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