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Larry Blamire

Larry Blamire is a writer and director, known for The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra (2001), Trail of the Screaming Forehead (2007) and The Lost Skeleton Returns Again (2009). He has been married to Jennifer Blaire since August 22, 1998. See full bio »

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 2011 Jam Handy to the Rescue! (Video short) (screenplay)
 2009 Dark and Stormy Night (screenplay)
 2009 The Lost Skeleton Returns Again (written by)
 2007 Tales from the Pub (TV Series) (16 episodes)
- Meet Beeba! (2007)
- I Hear It Too (2007)
- Not Her, Her (2007)
- The Keychain (2007)
 2001 The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra (written by)
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Other Works:

A book of short stories, Tales of the Callamo Mountains, collecting his tales of western horror.

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A workshop production of his play "Whyo", a violent sprawling tragedy about New York Irish gangs, at Gloucester Stage Company in 1987 resulted in Israel Horovitz commissioning a new work. The resulting play was "The Chroma Line", a comedy-drama about life in a Boston wallpaper warehouse. "Whyo" went on to receive a grant from the Massachusetts Council on the Arts and Humanities. See more »

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