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George Figgs

George Figgs worked as an actor in many of the early John Waters comedies, then went into the film business as a dailies projectionist, working with such people as Sven Nykvist, Jodie Foster, Terry Gilliam, and others. He also owned and operated the Orpheum Cinema in the Fell's Point section of Baltimore City from 1991 to 1999. Figgs is also an ... See full bio »

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Known For

Twelve Monkeys
Twelve Monkeys Miscellaneous Crew
(1995)
Pink Flamingos
Pink Flamingos Bongo player
(1972)
Female Trouble
Female Trouble Dribbles
(1974)
Serial Mom
Serial Mom Miscellaneous Crew
(1994)

Filmography

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 2018 Icepick To The Moon (Documentary) (production assistant) (post-production)
 2018 Carney (projectionist) (filming)
 2014 Alfred Jarry & 'Pataphysics (Documentary short) (production assistant)
 2000 Cecil B. DeMented (projectionist)
 1998 Pecker (projectionist)
 1996 Boys (projectionist)
 1995 Twelve Monkeys (projectionist: Baltimore)
 1995 Home for the Holidays (projectionist - uncredited)
 1994 Serial Mom (projectionist)
 1994 Major League II (projectionist)
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Interviewed in the documentary "Cinema" (1997), about the Maryland film industry, directed by Matt Barry.

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Works as projectionist of the daily rushes for films made in the state of Maryland. See more »

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