Introduction for The Complete Peanuts: 1967 to 1968
by Charles M. Schulz
, Seattle, Washington: Fantagraphics Books, ISBN 1-56097-826-0
2 Biographical Movies |
5 Print Biographies |
19 Interviews |
15 Articles |
2 Pictorials |
6 Magazine Cover Photos |
6' 2" (1.88 m)
Did You Know?
My favorite movie idea is to do a movie where everything's fake -- the trees, the grass, even the sun.
Waters originally wanted a man named "Mr. Ray" to be the narrator of Pink Flamingos
(1972). Mr. Ray was famous for his hair-weave radio ads and for his Baltimore accent. Mr. Ray refused, so Waters recorded the voice-over himself, imitating Mr. Ray's voice as "Mr. J."
Films combine outrageous subject matter with a sense of humor