Fed up with the mainstream media's coronation of "Brokeback Mountain?"
This is YOUR chance to have your say about movies that are made for the love of a good "flick."
Under the auspices of the Classic Horror Film Board,
the nominations have been set and Rondo is waiting for your vote!
Votes for the FOURTH Annual awards, for work appearing in 2005, are being accepted from Jan. 15 through Feb. 17, 2006. Winners will be announced on Sunday, Feb 19, 2006.
Who was Rondo Hatton?
A man who was so ugly that he made monster movies without make up.
A sad, but unique American story.
Rondo attended the University of Florida and worked as a journalist.
A World War I Veteran, Rondo was gassed in Europe, which may have contributed to his disease.
Like Lana Turner, Rondo was spotted by a casting director and got the big man small roles in big movies.
As the Hoxton Creeper, Rondo tangled with Sherlock Holmes (Basil Rathbone) in "The Pearl of Death."
After Lon Chaney Jr.'s contract ended in 1945, Rondo became known as "The Creeper" and starred in two movies, "House of Horrors" and "The Brute Man."
For those who knew him, Rondo Hatton was described as a shy Christian.