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Warren Dan Goldstein, portraying the leftover 60's piano bar crooner, Mark Parker, didn't realize that he would be given a much larger role in the film until he arrived in Florida where director genius Jeremiah Chechik took a liking to the characterization and began having new lines pushed under Warren's door each morning. They called Warren (as Mark Parker), the "Orange Elvis" because of Paul Leblanc's coloring of his hair a weird orange blonde color and had big sideburns to match and Glasel Elvis glasses he wore at times. Because of Warren's close friendship with once dressing room roommate since giant country star, Lee Greenwood, earlier in both their music careers in Reno, Warren shied away from the scary thought of notoriety he was to attain, no doubt, after this film, but as a comedy actor and singer which he undoubtedly would have to accept after this film's release. Warren, since then, turned his focus and ambitions rather onto screen writing, producing, and directing for stage and screen in Las Vegas where he partnered up with director of photography and cinematographer, Mark Allen Peters, in their new joint film company, WarMark Films, in preproduction of their first film project together, "Banksters". See more
[after discovering the body in the Miami North Beach Casa Blanca Hotel pool at night with a barrage of police, a helicopter, search lights, and emergency personnel, observing the going's on, aloof to the reality consistent to his personality
What happened? Somebody die?