Tony Williams

Southern Illinois University

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Professor of film studies at Southern Illinois University.

Tony Williams on KCRW

Zombie horror flick master, George Romero, died Sunday of lung cancer. His films captivated audiences. Romero was also a trailblazer when it came to casting non-white actors.

Remembering 'Night of the Living Dead' director George Romero

Zombie horror flick master, George Romero, died Sunday of lung cancer. His films captivated audiences. Romero was also a trailblazer when it came to casting non-white actors.

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