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Youth Runs Wild! kicks off at Trailers from Hell, with director Karyn Kusama introducing Amy Heckerling's "Fast Times at Ridgemont High."Heckerling’s raucous 1982 high school comedy based on screenwriter Cameron Crowe’s book is a virtual template for the dozens of teen flicks produced in its wake. Co-starring longtime character actor Ray Walston as the strait-laced history teacher engaged in a one-sided war with Spicoli, the modern day Maynard G. Krebs (a reference that may fly over the heads of those under 50), the film served as a launching pad for a slew of young actors who went on to become some of the mainstays of the last few decades including Sean Penn as Spicoli, Nicolas Cage (billed as Nicolas Coppola), Forest Whittaker, Eric Stoltz and Jennifer Jason Leigh. »
- Trailers From Hell
"I’m red-haired. I have red hair. I got red hair. And, I’m proud of it, alright?"
When Michael Kittrell, a.k.a. Michael Copper, first turned the camera on himself to express his anger and frustration about a lifetime of being bullied because of his red hair and freckles, the world took notice and "The Angry Ginger" was born. Four years and 35 million views later, Kittrell has traded his simple life in Georgia for the neon glow of Hollywood as the star of our new reality series, Hollywood Hillbillies, premiering Tuesday, January 21st. Though Michael's no doubt in for a little culture shock, we feel confident that he will have no trouble finding his place in Hollywood considering so many of our favorite actors and actresses are also red-tressed.
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