Bill Warren (film historian and critic)
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William Bond Warren (born April 26, 1943), better known as Bill Warren, is an American film historian and critic generally regarded as one of the leading authorities on science fiction, horror and fantasy films.
==Early life and education==
Warren was born in North Bend, Oregon, and grew up in Gardiner, on the Umpqua River. He became interested in science fiction films during their boom years in the mid-1950s. Discovering ''Famous Monsters of Filmland'' with its first issues, he received regular acknowledgments and thanks as a contributor throughout the early years of the magazine, along with Don Glut, Eric Hoffman and Mark Thomas McGee. After attending Reedsport High School, he graduated from the University of Oregon, in Eugene, Oregon.
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