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Robert Maier got lucky. He was just out of college when he began working with John Waters on "Female Trouble" and continued to be part of his crew through "Cry-Baby;" he also directed the 1975 short doc "Love Letter to Edie," which profiles Waters' longtime muse Edith Massey. Maier's written up his memoir of those years in the just-released "Low-Budget Hell: Making Underground Movies with John Waters." Per the marketing »


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