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P.F. Kluge


He is a close friend of screenwriter Jay Cocks, also a Kenyon College graduate. See more trivia »

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 1983 Eddie and the Cruisers (novel)
 1975 Dog Day Afternoon (based upon a magazine article by)

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The novel and the film have been described as a rock and roll Citizen Kane. To this, I do not object. The first 'Eddie And The Cruisers' was directed by Martin Davidson. The sequel, 'Eddie Lives,' is a talent-free embarrassment.


P. F. Kluge is the author of the magazine article on which "Dog Day Afternoon" is based. He is also the author of the novel "Eddie and the Cruisers" on which that film is based. See more »

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