Flick Review < I Walked with a Zombie | Jacques Tourneur, 1943



“I walked with a zombie. It does seem an odd thing to say. Had anyone said that to me a year ago,
 I’m not at all sure I would have known what a zombie was. Oh, I might have had some notion 
that they were strange and frightening - even a little funny. It all began in such an ordinary way…”


I Walked with a Zombie (1943)
Director: Jacques Tourneur
Writers: Curt Siodmak, Ardel Wray(screenplay) 
Inez Wallace (original story) Charlotte Brontë (novel) 
Cinematography: J. Roy Hunt
Stars: Frances Dee, Tom Conway, James Ellison

I Walked with a Zombie | Jacques Tourneur, 1943
I Walked with a Zombie | Jacques Tourneur, 1943



Shame & Scandal” was the first calypso song to feature in an American film.

* Lancelot Victor Edward Pinard (1902 – 2001) was a calypso singer and actor who used 
the name Sir Lancelot. Sir Lancelot played a major role in popularizing calypso in North 
America, and Harry Belafonte has acknowledged him as an inspiration and major influence.



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