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(as Charles Griffith, 1975 screenplay Death Race 2000)
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(May 7 to 31, 1987) His screenplay inspired the musical, "Little Shop of Horrors," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Mona Wyatt (Chiffon); Tonia Rowe (Crystal); Lovette George (Ronnette); Frederic Major (Mushnik); Erica L. Paulson (Audrey); Michael Brian (Seymour); Mark Mocahbee (...
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Charles B. Griffith Jr. | Charles Griffith
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[on hearing Roger Corman
described as "part genius, part deranged person"] Deranged, yes. Genius, no. The genius that he might have had is gone. He used to be full of ideas and Freudian concepts, and he'd throw these things out to the writers and get them all hot. They would work like crazy, but he would have forgotten what he wanted to do. He was only interested in saving money, so his intellect...
Was first introduced to Roger Corman
by actor Jonathan Haze
in 1954; he has written many scripts and directed several movies for Corman throughout the years.
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