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Michael B. Druxman

Michael B. Druxman was born on February 23, 1941 in Seattle, Washington, USA. He is known for his work on The Doorway (2000), Battle Queen 2020 (2001) and Cheyenne Warrior (1994). He has been married to Sandra Moss since April 29, 2001. See full bio »

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Known For

The Doorway
The Doorway Writer
Battle Queen 2020
Cheyenne Warrior
Raptor Writer


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 2004 Demon Slayer (Video) (story)
 2001 Raptor (Video) (written by)
 2000 Hollywood Couples (TV Series documentary) (writer - 3 episodes)
 2000 Nightfall (Video)
 2000 The Doorway (screenplay) / (story)
 1995 Dillinger and Capone (Video)
 1994 Cheyenne Warrior (TV Movie)
 1993 Okavango: The Wild Frontier (TV Series)
 1990 Keaton's Cop (written by)
 1967 She Freak (uncredited)
 1964/I Genesis
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The audience for the movie "Half a House" (1979) was so small that song writers Paul Francis Webster and Sammy Fain hired Druxman, who was then a Hollywood publicist, to get their song, "A World That Never Was," an Academy Award nomination. Since there was no commercial recording of the song, Druxman set up an 800-number, so that Academy members could listen to Fain's demo recording of the tune.

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