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Richard Schenkman


Richard Schenkman writes, directs and produces feature films, among other things. His first film was The Pompatus of Love (1995), which he wrote with Jon Cryer and Adam Oliensis. A festival favorite, it enjoyed a successful theatrical release in 1995. He then directed the action/drama October 22 (1998) for Nu Image/Millennium Films, and followed ... See full bio »
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 2006 Muckraker! (TV Movie)
 2000 A Diva's Christmas Carol (TV Movie)
 1998 October 22
 1994 Angel 4: Undercover (as George Axmith)
 1994 Lusty Liaisons (TV Movie) (segments "The Faithful Manservant", "The Baron's Birthmark")
 1994 Lusty Liaisons II (TV Movie)
 1993 Playboy: International Playmates (Video documentary)
 1992 Playboy: Playmates in Paradise (Video documentary)
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