Joseph H. Lewis discusses Terror In A Texas Town (1959), from Peter Bogdanovich’s Who The Devil Made It:
Lewis: “I’m fascinated by that film — which, believe it or not, was made in 10 days for, I don’t know — $80,000, some ridiculous sum. I’m so proud of that film, you know. Truly a challenge — technically, physically, everything else — because at that time in my life, I was challenging myself. I had had a heart attack and refused to become an invalid… And it was a marvelous experience — a wonderful, happy experience — no problems: 10 days of shooting.”
Terror In A Texas Town was Lewis’ last feature before heading into a second career in TV.