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Julian F. Myers (1918–2013)

Julian F. Myers was born on February 22, 1918 in Detroit, Michigan, USA. He is known for his work on Coffy (1973), Blacula (1972) and Boxcar Bertha (1972). He was married to Nanny, Patsy, Patsy Nanny Myers, Ruth Schultz and Schultz, Ruth. He died on December 21, 2013 in Marina del Rey, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1996 Irresistible Impulse (Video) (public relations)
 1994 The Glass Shield (unit publicist)
 1991 Whore (publicist - as Julian Myers)
 1986 Uphill All the Way (publicist)
 1980 Defiance (publicist)
 1977 Empire of the Ants (publicist - as Julian F. Meyers)
 1976 A Matter of Time (publicist)
 1976 The Great Scout & Cathouse Thursday (publicist - as Julian Myers)
 1975 Return to Macon County (publicity man - as Julian Myers)
 1975 'Sheba, Baby' (publicist - as Julian Myers)
 1974 Golden Needles (publicist - as Julian Myers)
 1974 Sugar Hill (publicity man)
 1973 Slaughter's Big Rip-Off (publicist)
 1973 Dillinger (publicity man)
 1973 Coffy (publicist)
 1972 Blacula (publicity man)
 1972 Boxcar Bertha (unit publicist)
 1972 Frogs (publicity man)
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 2012 Flesh-N-Bone: How Many (Video short) (writer - as Julian Myers)
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 2004 The Basics of Filmmaking (Video documentary)

Personal Details

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Owner/General Manager, KKOG-TV, Ventura, California, 1968-69. Hosted several programs on the now-defunct station, including "Generation Gab" and "Mr. Know-It-All".

Alternate Names:

Julian F. Meyers | Julian Myers

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Myers was an avid runner who ran about 25 major marathons in Los Angeles, New York, Boston and Greece. For his 90th birthday, Myers celebrated AmigoDay by running 90 miles from San Diego to Los Angeles in 11 days. See more »

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