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'World War Z': A look back at the early years of zombie flicks
'World War Z': A look back at the early years of zombie flicks

With “World World Z” off to a strong start at the box office -- both globally and at its Thursday night domestic opening, where it took in $3.6 million -- it seemed time to track the shambling forebears of the celluloid walking dead. Long before George Romero turned the genre on its head with his 1968 classic “The Night of the Living Dead,” Hollywood had been making zombie flicks. In fact, everyone from Bela Lugosi to Bob Hope to the infamous Ed Wood jumped on the zombie bandwagon. So here’s a look back at same great and not so great zombie films of years past: PHOTOS: Scenes from 'World War Z' “White Zombie” (1932) -- A year...

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