Norman Thaddeus Vane is a screenwriter, producer and film director. He served as writer for the 1968 film Mrs. Brown, You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter, and in the subsequent year was writer and associate producer of the movie Lola. He wrote the screenplay for the 1972 film, 1931: Once Upon a Time in New York. Vane went on to direct the 1983 film, Frightmare, and continue contributing to writing films including The Black Room in 1984.
In 1976, Vane wrote the screenplay and story for the film Shadow of the Hawk, starring Jan-Michael Vincent and Marilyn Hassett. He served as director and screenwriter of the 1983 film Frightmare, starring Ferdy Mayne. The film included satirical references to the 1931 movie Dracula. Vane was writer and director of the 1984 film The Black Room, starring Cassandra Gaviola.
Vane wrote, directed and produced the film Club Life, which starred Tony Curtis, Dee Wallace, and Michael Parks. Vane’s directing in Club Life received positive reception, with… read more