NASCHY IN PRINT: A BIBLIOGRAPHY
|As a major figure in
fantastic cinema, Paul Naschy has had much written about him in books,
magazines and fan publications. He is also the author of two books (as
Paul Naschy), one of which is an autobiography, and has written prologues
for others. Earlier in his life, he wrote of a series of pulp-like
paperback adventures for the Spanish market under the pseudonym Jack
Mills. This goal of this page is to offer publication data on all these
works. Currently the bibliography is by no means complete. Any additions
or corrections should be send to the webmaster at email@example.com.
By Jacinto Molina (as Jack Mills):
[Note: These are paperback novels published in Spain, possibly in the late 1950s; publication data for these is minimal, they may have been published by Editorial Rollan, and most, if not all, are in the Western genre.]
Yo se que ganards
Dale la mano al diable
La muerte te acompana
La ultima pistola
By Jacinto Molina (as Paul Naschy):
Cronicas de las tinieblas. Series of articles on real and imagined monsters and psychos.
Memorias de un hombre lobo. Madrid, 1997. 304 pages. Major autobiography from the man himself; profusely illustrated with photos.
Memoirs of a Wolfman. United States, 2000. Midnight Marquee Press. Translation of Naschy autobiography by Mike Hodges. Contains extra chapter specifically written for the American edition.
Cine de terror y Paul Naschy. Juan Jose Porto. Madrid: Editorial Madrid, 1974. 145 pages. Most of this slim book is devoted to the horror cinema, with overviews on vampire films, zombie films, etc. The last portion deals with Naschy but not in any great depth. In Spanish, of course.
Werewolf vs. The Vampire Woman. Arthur Scramm. Hartford Guild. Yes, there was a novelization of a Naschy wolf man flick! In paperback. In English! Unbelievable!
Paul Naschy: 25 anos de cine/Paul Naschy: El ciclo de la luna llena. 1993. Ignacio Armada and Guzman Urrero.
Paul Naschy. Olivier Billiottet. Monster Bis Collection. France, 1996. 168 pages. Simply produced but packed with information and Xerox-type repros of stills and rare pressbook material.
Paul Naschy. Fernando Alonso Barahona. 130 pages, 13 photos, 1998. Ediciones Cinema Novo CRL para Fantasporto, Rua da Constituicao 311, 4200 Porto (Portugal)
Francisco Montaner, "El hombre lobo," Terror Fantastic (Spain), No. 4, January 1972.
Antonio Cervera, "Un comic con Waldemar Daninsky," Terror Fantastic (Spain), No. 8, May 1972.
Camin, Antonio: "Los hombres de la fantasia: Paul Naschy," Terror Fantastic," No. 23, 1973.
Jean-Pierre Putters, "Paul Naschy," Mad Movies (France), No. 6, Oct. 1973.
Marcel Burel, "Fusion ou confusion des mythes," Mad Movies (France), No. 11, Oct. 1975.
Petit, Alain: "A propos de Paul Naschy," Vampirella (French edition, no. 21, 1975.
Eric Hoffman, "The Wolfman of Spain," Monsters of the Movies, no. 2, 1975.
Sainz, Salvador: "Paul Naschy," Vudu, no. 2, 1975
Vigil, Luis: "Paul Naschy, el mito nacional," Famosos Monsters del Cine, no. 1, 1975.
Jean-Pierre Putters, "Le cinema d'horreur espagnol," Mad Movies (France), No. 15, March 1977.
Gomez, Angel: "Paul Naschy," Metropolis, no. 1, 1978
Ribot, Narcis: "Waldemar Daninsky," Pantallas y Escenarios," no. 145, 1978.
Moutier, Norbert: "Naschy, le phenomene espagnol," Monster Bis, no. 15, 1981
Nino, Alex: "Sepulcros y saltimbanquis," El Pais, May 5, 1998
Manuel Sanchez Fraguas & Bill George, "Paul Naschy: Interview," Horrorfan, vol.1, no.1, December 1988. Two-page interview with Naschy, and brief intro from Bill George.
Lucas Balbo & Michael Weldon, "Paul Naschy: Spain's Greatest Horror Star," Psychotronic, no.7, Fall 1990. Few pages on Naschy, with interview clips. Also includes a modest, but for that time thorough Naschy filmography.
Shane M. Dallmann, "The Mark of Naschy, Part One," Fangoria, no.103, June 1991. Six-and-a-half pages, with photos, reviewing Naschy films released on video. Excellent.
Shane M. Dallmann, "Paul Naschy: The Human Years," Fangoria, no.104, July 1991. Six more pages of video reviews. Again, excellent.
Shane M. Dallman, "A User Friendly Guide: Naschy 101," Deep Red, no.7, 1991.
Shane Dallmann, "Paul Naschy: The Unreleased Titles," Blood Times, vol.2, no.1, 1992. . Four pages of video reviews of Naschy films as yet unreleased in the United States. Another winner from Dallmann. (Copies may still be available from Louis Paul, Blood Times, P.O. Box 3340, Steinway Station, Long Island City, NY 11103)
Diaz, Adolfo Camilo: "La reencarnacion del dios lobo," Fangoria (Spanish edition), no. 18, 1993
Bob Sargent, Michael Secula, Jose Luis Gonzalez, "Paul Naschy: Special Double Issue," Videooze, no.6-7, 1994. An absolute must-have for any Naschy fan. Double-issue contains complete filmography with Naschy commenting on each film. Includes interview and great stills. (Copies still available from Bob Sargent, Videooze, P.O. Box 9911, Alexandria, VA 22304. $9 postpaid/$11 foreign postpaid.)
David Smith, "Paul Naschy and the Saga of Waldemar Daninsky," Midnight Marquee, no. 48, 1995. Major article on the early Daninsky films, with a particular focus on Naschy's first film, LA MARCA DEL HOMBRE LOBO; excellent research by Smith; includes interview with Sam Sherman, who imported LA MARCA and turned it into FRANKENSTEIN'S BLOODY TERROR.
Trevor Barley, "EuroFest '94: El Returno Del Hombre Lobo, Paul Naschy," Cold Sweat, no. 10, 1994. Very nice article on the EuroFest that Naschy attended, including behind-the-scenes look at Naschy and a brief Q & A session with Naschy at the convention.
Paul J. Brown, "Barking Mad," Uncut, no.1, 1996. Basic interview with Naschy with some nice stills. Includes filmography. But why, oh why, does someone who doesn't care for Naschy (Nigel Burrell, that is) review his films in this zine? (Available from Midnight Media, The Barn, Upton Lodge, Hamerton Road, Upton, Cambs, PE17 5YA, England. They also sell a host of other spectacular horror-related publications.)
Gian Luca Castoldi, "Jacinto Molina: Un Uomo Chiamato Paul Naschy," Amarcord, no. 1, Feb-Mar. 1996. Article and interview with Naschy. [In Italian, but we'll try to get a translation, at least of the interview.]
John Martin, "El Hombre Invisibilo," Dark Side, no.60, 1996. Three pages on Martin's meeting with Naschy, which unfortunately is more about Martin than Naschy. No wonder the photo didn't come out well, John.
Mike Hodges, "Lycantropus: Paul Naschy Howls Again," Fangoria, no.165, August 1997. Informative report on the most recent Waldemar Daninsky movie, with quotes from the filmmakers.
Savater, Fernando: "Hermano lobo," Nosferatu, no. 27, 1998
Toullec, Marc: "Paul Naschy, l'accro de la pleine lune," Mad Movies, no. 88, 1998.
"Tales from the Attic: Special Paul Naschy Edition," Video Watchdog, No. 66, Dec. 2000. Edited by Tim Lucas. Major reviews of several Naschy films from Richard Harland Smith, Tim Lucas and Shane M. Dallmann.