Nick Millard’s Missing Filmography

Nick Millard is a low-budget workaholic filmmaker best known for his SOV slashers like Death Nurse. His IMDb page credits him with having directed 57 movies. The following titles are missing from it. As far as I can tell, they were all completed, but never released to home video. This list is a work in progress. Please message me if you have any info to add.

Credit: Nick Millard

Year

Title

Description/Notes

1969

Severine

Possibly an erotic film.
Features Priscilla Alden.
Mentioned on Nick Millard’s Facebook page, and in the audio commentary for Death Nurse 2.

1972

Panache

Shot on film in New Orleans.
Source of the cemetery footage from most of Millard’s horror movies.
Mentioned in the audio commentary for Death Nurse 2.

1979

Alcatraz Breakout

Shot on film.
Premiered at the St. Francis Theatre in San Francisco.
Coincides with the Clint Eastwood movie Escape from Alcatraz (1979).
Listed on Copyrightencyclopedia.com, and confirmed to exist by Millard.

1984

One-armed Warrior

Listed on Copyrightencyclopedia.com, and confirmed to exist by Millard.

1986

Mac-10

Listed on Copyrightencyclopedia.com, and confirmed to exist by Millard.

1986

Street Race

May have been made six years earlier.
Tagline: “There is driving, and all else is just waiting.”
Listed on Copyrightencyclopedia.com, and confirmed to exist by Millard.
Mentioned on Nick Millard’s Facebook page.

1988

A Divorce in Venice

Shot in Venice.
Genre: Comedy.
Tagline: “Women and wine.”
Listed on Copyrightencyclopedia.com, and confirmed to exist by Millard.
Mentioned on Nick Millard’s Facebook page.

1988

Gunfather

Tagline: “He fights alone.”
Listed on Copyrightencyclopedia.com, and confirmed to exist by Millard.
Mentioned on Nick Millard’s Facebook page.

Early 1990s

Linebacker

Tagline: “They were the two toughest linebackers in pro football… Now they’ve gone into business for themselves, and they’re playing a more dangerous game…”
Mentioned on Nick Millard’s Facebook page.

1992

The Blue Angel

Tagline: “Sixty years ago a motion picture shocked the world in its depiction of female depravity.”
Remake of a classic German film.
Coincides with the 1992 rediscovery of test footage of the original.
Completed prior to the 1992 Cannes Film Festival.
Mentioned on Nick Millard’s Facebook page.

2000

Hemingway’s The Snows of Kilimanjaro

Listed on Nick Millard’s British Film Institute page.

2000

Johnny Stompanato

Based on the real-life criminal.
Tagline: “It’s thrilling to mix danger with love. Lana Turner knew that.”
Listed on Nick Millard’s British Film Institute page.
Mentioned on Nick Millard’s Facebook page, and in interviews.

2001

Bad Women and Bad Men

Listed on Nick Millard’s British Film Institute page.

2001

Jackie Devereau

Tagline: “The story of a New Orleans low life.”
Listed on Nick Millard’s British Film Institute page.
Mentioned in interviews.

2002

City Without a Soul

Tagline: “Its name starts with an H and ends with a D.”
Listed on Nick Millard’s British Film Institute page.
Mentioned in interviews.

2006

Funeral Parlor

Stars Priscilla Alden.
A 35-second clip can be seen in the featurette A Tribute to Priscilla Alden found on the 25th Anniversary Death Nurse DVD.

2013

Frank Gardner’s Return to Saudi Arabia

Listed on Nick Millard’s British Film Institute page.

2015

Reincarnation

In the audio commentary for Death Nurse 2, Millard says “I thought of a Criminally Insane that could work… Ethel is reincarnated as a beautiful woman. She’s still a homicidal maniac, but Ethel Janowski comes back. She’s just a temptress. The men chase her and of course they become her victims.”
Mentioned on Nick Millard’s Facebook page.

Unknown

The Arizona Kid

Tagline: “A man as deadly as a sawed-off shotgun, a Glock, a .357 Magnum.”
Mentioned on Nick Millard’s Facebook page.

Unknown

The Bullet Ballet

Shot in Germany.
Mentioned in interviews.

Unknown

Contessa

Reuses footage from Street Race.
Mentioned on Nick Millard’s Facebook page, and in interviews.

Unknown

Don Quixote

Based on the novel by Miguel de Cervantes.
Mentioned in interviews.

Unknown

The Dumbest Movie in America

Mentioned in interviews.

Unknown

Faust 2005

A modern take on the old German legend.
Tagline: “German film director Werner Faust wants a hit film, and he is more than willing to sell his soul to the devil to get it.”
Mentioned in interviews.

Unknown

Hemingway

Based on the life of Ernest Hemingway.
Mentioned in interviews.

Unknown

Huston

Based on the life of John Huston.
Mentioned on Nick Millard’s Facebook page.

Unknown

Interview With a Dead Man

Stars Nick Millard as himself.
Mentioned in interviews.

Unknown

The Life and Death of Richard III

Based on the play Richard III by William Shakespeare.
Mentioned in interviews.

Unknown

The Old Mafia Guy

Tagline: “He’s old… But still dangerous.”
Mentioned on Nick Millard’s Facebook page.

Unknown

Pygmalion

Based on the play by George Bernard Shaw.
Mentioned in interviews.

Unknown

The Undefeated

Based on the short story by Ernest Hemingway.
Mentioned in interviews.

Count: 31

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