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Gary P. Cohen

Gary P. Cohen is a director and writer, known for Magic on Music Mountain: The Story of the Lambertville Music Circus (2014), Halloweenville (2011) and Captives (1988). See full bio »

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Filmography

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 2011 Halloweenville (Video documentary) (co-director)
 1988 Captives (as Gary Cohen)
 1987 Video Violence (Video) (as Gary R. Cohen)
 1987 Video Violence 2 (Video) (as Gary Cohen)
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 2011 Halloweenville (Video documentary) (as Gary Cohen)
 1988 Captives (as Gary Cohen)
 1987 Video Violence (Video) (as Gary Cohen)
 1987 Video Violence 2 (Video) (as Gary Cohen)
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 1988 Captives
Barry Epstein (as Gary Cohen)
 1987 Video Violence 2 (Video)
Anchorman (segment "Newscast") (as Gary Cohen)
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 2014 Magic on Music Mountain: The Story of the Lambertville Music Circus (Video documentary) (executive producer)
 2011 Halloweenville (Video documentary) (executive producer)
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 2017 Révolution VHS (TV Movie documentary) (thanks - as Gary Cohen)
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 2017 Révolution VHS (TV Movie documentary)
Himself - Former Video Store Owner (as Gary Cohen)
 2013 Adjust Your Tracking (Documentary)
Himself (as Gary Cohen)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Gary R. Cohen | Gary Cohen
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Did You Know?

Trivia:

The scene in Video Violence (1987) where a mother asks the clerk if Blood Cult (1985) contains any nudity is based on a customer he dealt with while working at a video store. The costumer would often rent extremely violent horror movies for her kids, her only concern was if her kids might be exposed to sex.

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