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A member of the Writers Guild of America since 1982, Rex Weiner's produced screenwriting credits include The Adventures of Ford Fairlane, starring Andrew Dice Clay and directed by Renny Harlin for 20th Century Fox and Silver Pictures, based on Weiner's original stories which appeared as weekly serials in The New York Rocker and the LA Weekly. He ... See full bio »
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 1990 Forgotten Prisoners: The Amnesty Files (TV Movie) (story) / (teleplay)
 1990 The Adventures of Ford Fairlane (characters)
 1989 Silent Night, Deadly Night III: Better Watch Out! (Video) (screenplay - as Carlos Laszlo) / (story - as C. Laszlo)
 1984 Miami Vice (TV Series) (written by - 1 episode)
- Glades (1984) ... (written by)
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 1989 Silent Night, Deadly Night III: Better Watch Out! (Video) (creative consultant)
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 1959 The Truth About Fidel Castro Revolution (Documentary) (special thanks - DVD version)
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Be Bop A Lula Be Bop A Lula is a play written by Rex Weiner about American rockabilly stars Eddie Cochran and Gene Vincent touring England in 1960, meeting two English girls in a small town on the night when Eddie has a premonition of his early death, and how the event changes everyone's life forever. See more »

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C. Laszlo | Carlos Laszlo
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The title character of The Adventures of Ford Fairlane was created by Rex Weiner in a series of stories that were published as weekly serials 1979-80 by the New York Rocker and the LA Weekly. The stories have since been published as an e-Book available on Amazon. See more »

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