||Author, producer, director, historian, broadcaster
and comic-book artist Pat Boyette certainly fits anyone's
definition of a modern Renaissance man. Yet for such a
talented guy, he's about as unpretentious a fellow as
you'd ever want to meet.
It's more than likely that the devoted clique of fans
familiar with his prolific stint drawing a variety of
comic titles in the 1960s and 70s have no knowledge
of the cult films, most memorably The Dungeon of
Harrow, for which he may be best known. "Making
those films were the happiest moments of my life,"
he declares, quietly beginning the tale of how movies
came to dominate his fondest memories.