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Stage Fright (1989)

 -  2005 (USA)
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The 1960's counter culture limped into the 1970s dragging with it a legacy of social confusion, dependency on drugs and promiscuity. In STAGE FRIGHT, shot in Baltimore, the era is satirized... See full summary »

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Grayson Osterman
Susan Rome ...
Laurie Glenn
Gregory McClure ...
Broderick Kands (as Greg McClure)
Marcy Emmer ...
Frannie Goodman
David Caltrider ...
Chuck Pines
Lisa Green ...
Janice
Derek Neal ...
Skip Scriven
Arthur Laupus ...
Crazy Otto
Nina Ruttlage ...
Beth
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Jeff
Martha Saunders ...
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Shelly
James D'Angelo ...
Dick Rosenbloom
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Zip Marris
Richard Byrd ...
Billy James
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The 1960's counter culture limped into the 1970s dragging with it a legacy of social confusion, dependency on drugs and promiscuity. In STAGE FRIGHT, shot in Baltimore, the era is satirized in a story of a store-front theatre and its company of diverse, rootless characters. Everyone in this intriguing dark comedy shares a mutual dread of life. Sold a bill of goods in the 60s, they now have Stage Fright. Written by Anonymous

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Graham Chapman was doing a radio interview in the Baltimore/Washington DC area and asked a radio staffer what was happening locally. She replied that she was working on a film and invited him to the set. He showed up at 3am at the Reed Street set. Chapman and the director quickly improvised and shot a scene together. But when the film came back from the lab, a thick emulsion scratch left his work unusable in the original cut. However, during a re-edit, the filmmakers discovered that his footage was easily repaired with current technology and he has been added to the new cut. See more »

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