John Carradine

John Carradine (Richmond Reed Carradine) was a mind controlled actor used in the Hollywood film industry, to announce the birth of Moonchild William V. From 1934 he was a member of Wilfred Talbot Smith's Ordo Templi Orientis (worship of Sirius as decapitated John the Baptist). He read one of Aleister Crowley's poems at the inauguration of the Agape Lodge No. 2 in 1935. He was the father of David Carradine, Keith Carradine and Robert Carradine.

His father worked for Associated Press. His grandfather was a Methodist, active in the Holiness movement.

Keith and Robert both went to Hollywood High School (nazi ties).

Robert Carradine is the half-brother of Michael Bowen Jr of the family  that organized the Human Be-In in San Francisco with jesuit Timothy Leary (poster with one eye pyramid logo like the OTO).

He worked for Cecil DeMille and John Ford (CIA) and played in Elvis Presley's last movie and Moonchild, based on the novel of Aleister Crowley, with Victor Charles Buono (died 1982).

Like John Cassavetes, his movies announced the birth of Moonchild William V (Satan's Mistress in jun 1982, month of his birth).

He also played in Sex Kittens Go to College with sister of Brigitte Bardot, Woody Allen's Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex, The Last Tycoon with Robert de Niro and Peggy Sue Got Married with Jim Carrey (JC Jesus Christ).

born 2/5/196, date Barbara Hershey, Laura Linney, HR Giger, William Burroughs, Tom Wilkinson, the Wrecking Crew movie with Sharon Tate.

died 11/27/1988, date birth Bruce Lee (trained Sharon Tate, suit in Kill Bill).


1930 Bright Lights as Telegraph Newspaper Photographer Frank Fay Warner Bros
1930 Tol'able David Richard Cromwell (married to Angela Lansbury)
1931 Heaven on Earth as Chicken Sam Slim Summerville Universal Pictures
1932 Forgotten Commandments as First Orator
1932 The Sign of the Cross as Christian Martyr / Gladiator Leader / Voice in Coliseum Mob / Voice of Roman (uncredited) Claudette Colbert Fredric March
1933 Morning Glory as Dream Apparition (uncredited) Katharine Hepburn Douglas Fairbanks Jr (Order of St John) Adolphe Menjou released on 8/18/1933 day of birth Roman Polanski
1933 This Day and Age
1933 To the Last Man Shirley Temple Noah Beery Sr
1933 The Invisible Man novel of jesuit HG Wells Gloria Stuart (Pasadena Playhouse) Universal Pictures
1934 The Meanest Gal in Town
1934 The Black Cat (story of Edgar Allan Poe, pictured on the Sergeant Pepper's cover) as organist of a satanic cult performing The Rites of Lucifer Boris Karloff (character based on Crowley) Béla Lugosi Universal Pictures
1934 Cleopatra as Roman Citizen / Party Guest / Soldier Claudette Colbert
1935 Transient Lady
1935 Les Misérables
1935 Cardinal Richelieu George Arliss as Cardinal Richelieu Cesar Romero Maureen O'Sullivan (mother of Mia Farrow)
1935 Bride of Frankenstein
1935 Alias Mary Dow
1935 She Gets Her Man
1935 The Crusades
1935 Bad Boy
1935 The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo
1935 Dublin in Brass
1936 Anything Goes
1936 The Prisoner of Shark Island
1936 A Message to Garcia
1936 Under Two Flags
1936 White Fang
1936 Mary of Scotland
1936 Ramona
1936 Dimples Shirley Temple Frank Morgan (Wizard of Oz) 20th Century Fox
1936 The Garden of Allah as Sand Diviner
1936 Daniel Boone
1936 Winterset
1936 Laughing at Trouble
1937 Nancy Steele Is Missing!
1937 Captains Courageous
1937 This Is My Affair
1937 Love Under Fire
1937 Danger - Love at Work
1937 Ali Baba Goes to Town Eddie Cantor Douglas Fairbanks Cesar Romero Dolores Del Rio Shirley Temple 20th Century Fox.
1937 The Hurricane Dorothy Lamour Mary Astor (Theosophical Society)
1937 The Last Gangster Edward G Robinson
1937 Thank You, Mr. Moto
1938 International Settlement
1938 Of Human Hearts
1938 Four Men and a Prayer
1938 Kentucky Moonshine
1938 Alexander's Ragtime Band as Taxi Driver
1938 Kidnapped
1938 I'll Give a Million
1938 Gateway
1938 Submarine Patrol Elisha Cook Jr (Rosemary's Baby)
1939 Jesse James as Bob Ford Tyrone Power (Pasadena Playhouse) Henry Fonda
1939 Mr. Moto's Last Warning
1939 Stagecoach
1939 The Three Musketeers
1939 The Hound of the Baskervilles
1939 Captain Fury
1939 Five Came Back
1939 Frontier Marshal
1939 Drums Along the Mohawk John Ford Henry Fonda
1940 The Grapes of Wrath
1940 The Return of Frank James
1940 Brigham Young (Mormon Church) Tyrone Power Moroni Olsen (both Pasadena Playhouse) Dean Jagger Mary Astor Vincent Price 20th Century Fox
1940 Chad Hanna
1941 Western Union Fritz Lang Dean Jagger Slim Summerville 20th Century Fox
1941 Blood and Sand
1941 Man Hunt (film noire) Fritz Lang Joan Bennett George Sanders (husband of Zsa Zsa Gabor) Roddy McDowall 20th Century Fox
1941 Swamp Water
1942 Son of Fury: The Story of Benjamin Blake
1942 Whispering Ghosts
1942 Northwest Rangers
1942 Reunion in France
1943 I Escaped from the Gestapo
1943 Captive Wild Woman
1943 Hitler's Madman as Reinhard Heydrich Ava Gardner (The Blue Bird) Douglas Sirk
1943 Silver Spurs
1943 Isle of Forgotten Sins
1943 Revenge of the Zombies
1943 Gangway for Tomorrow
1944 Voodoo Man
1944 The Adventures of Mark Twain
1944 The Black Parachute
1944 The Invisible Man's Revenge
1944 Waterfront as Victor Marlow
1944 The Mummy's Ghost
1944 Return of the Ape Man
1944 Barbary Coast Gent
1944 Bluebeard (Eiffel Tower)
1944 Alaska as John Reagan
1944 House of Frankenstein (Mary Shelley)  as Count Dracula / Baron Latos (Dracula novel of Bram Stoker of the HOGD) Lon Chaney Glenn Strange (Oddfellows)
1945 It's in the Bag!
1945 Fallen Angel
1945 Captain Kidd
1945 House of Dracula
1946 The Face of Marble
1946 Down Missouri Way
1947 The Private Affairs of Bel Ami George Sanders Angela Lansbury
1949 C-Man as Doc Spencer
1954 Casanova's Big Night
1954 Johnny Guitar
1954 The Egyptian
1954 Thunder Pass
1955 Female Jungle Jayne Mansfield Kathleen Crowley (like Aleister Crowley) executive produced by Samuel Arkoff
1955 Stranger on Horseback
1955 The Kentuckian
1955 Desert Sands
1956 The Court Jester Angela Lansbury
1956 Dark Venture
1956 Hidden Guns
1956 The Black Sleep
1956 The Ten Commandments as Aaron
1956 Around the World in 80 Days
1957 The True Story of Jesse James
1957 The Unearthly as Dr. Charles Conway
1957 The Story of Mankind as Khufu
1957 Hell Ship Mutiny as Malone
1957 The Incredible Petrified World
1958 Showdown at Boot Hill
1958 The Proud Rebel Michael Curtiz Alan Ladd Harry Dean Stanton
1958 The Last Hurrah
1958 Half Human: The Story of the Abominable Snowman
1959 The Cosmic Man
1959 Invisible Invaders
1959 Invasion of the Animal People
1959 The Oregon Trail
1960 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
1960 Tarzan the Magnificent
1960 Sex Kittens Go to College (kitten programming) sister of Brigitte Bardot son of Charlie Chaplin Mamie van Doren (Playboy) Vampyra (Ed Wood movies) Tuesday Weld (Hollywood High School) Martin Milner Albert Zugsmith (RKO, married to Ruth Feldman).
1962 The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
1964 The Patsy (Harvey Lee Oswald)
1964 Cheyenne Autumn
1964 Genesis
1964 Curse of the Stone Hand
1965 The Wizard of Mars
1965 Psycho A-Go-Go
1965 House of the Black Death
1965 Broken Sabre (-1966) as General Joshua McCord
1966 The Emperor's New Clothes
1966 Billy the Kid Versus Dracula
1966 Munster, Go Home!
1966 Night Train to Mundo Fine
1966 The Fiend with the Electronic Brain
1967 Dr. Terror's Gallery of Horrors
1967 Hillbillys in a Haunted House
1967 Lost In Space CBS
1967 The Hostage Harry Dean Stanton
1968 The Helicopter Spies
1968 The Astro-Zombies
1969 The Trouble with Girls
1969 Blood of Dracula's Castle
1969 The Good Guys and the Bad Guys Robert Mitchum George Kennedy David Carradine
1970 Hell's Bloody Devils
1970 Cain's Cutthroats
1970 Myra Breckinridge
1970 Shinbone Alley
1970 The McMasters
1970 Bigfoot
1971 Honey Britches
1971 Blood Legacy
1971 Beast of the Yellow Night
1971 The Gatling Gun
1971 The Seven Minutes
1972 Boxcar Bertha David Carradine Barbara Hershey Martin Scorcese produced by Roger Corman
1972 Portnoy's Complaint
1972 Richard
1972 Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid to Ask) Woody Allen
1972 Silent Night, Bloody Night Patrick O'Neil Mary Woronow Candy Darling
1972 Blood of Ghastly Horror
1973 The Cat Creature Curtis Harrington Gale Sundergaard (The Blue Bird) Stuart Whitman written by Robert Bloch Douglas Cramer (The Brady Bunch, Dynasty)
1973 Terror in the Wax Museum
1973 Bad Charleston Charlie
1973 Superchick
1974 The House of Seven Corpses
1974 Moonchild (novel of Aleister Crowley) as Mr. Walker Victor Buono (Batman, Whatever Happened to Baby Jane) Alan Gadney (University of Southern California) William Challee

1975 Mary, Mary, Bloody Mary
1976 Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood Bruce Dern Teri Garr Dorothy Lamour Rhonda Fleming Edgar Bergen Zsa Zsa Gabor Ann Miller
1976 The Shootist
1976 The Killer Inside Me
1976 The Last Tycoon Robert De Niro Tony Curtis Donald Pleasence Robert Mitchum Jeanne Moreau Theresa Russell Anjelia Huston Dana Andrews Seymour Cassel Elia Kazan novel of F Scott Fitzgerald
1977 Crash!
1977 The Sentinel
1977 The White Buffalo
1977 Satan's Cheerleaders
1977 The Mouse and His Child
1977 Shock Waves
1977 Golden Rendezvous
1978 The New Adventures of Wonder Woman (Diana Prince= Diana, mother of prince William) CBS
1978 Doctor Dracula
1978 Vampire Hookers
1978 The Bees
1979 The Seekers
1978 Missile X: The Neutron Bomb Incident
1979 Nocturna: Granddaughter of Dracula
1980 Monster
1980 The Boogeyman
1981 The Howling Joe Dante Patrick Macnee Kevin McCarthy (brother of Mary McCarthy ACCF) Forrest Ackerman (agent of Ron Hubbard) Richard Miller
1981 The Monster Club Donald Pleasence Patrick Magee (A Clockwork Orange)
1981 The Nesting
1981 Goliath Awaits
1981 Frankenstein Island
1982 Aladdin and the Magic Lamp as The Wizard (voice)
1982 The Scarecrow
1982 Satan's Mistress month of birth Antichrist William V
1982 The Secret of NIMH as the Great Owl (voice) Dom DeLouise Derek Jacobi Shannen Doherty
1982 The Vals (a.k.a. Valley Girls)
1983 House of the Long Shadows
1984 The Ice Pirates Anjelica Huston Ron Perlman
1985 Evils of the Night
1986 The Tomb
1986 Monster in the Closet
1986 Peggy Sue Got Married Francis Ford Coppola Kathleen Turner Nicolas Cage Jim Carrey
1990 Buried Alive (=Uma Thurman in Kill Bill) Donald Pleasence
1995 Jack-O (Jack Parsons head of the OTO) Linnea Quigley (Cheech and Chong movies) Catherine Walsh Cameron Mitchell



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