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Clyde Lewis (I)

Clyde Lewis is a bizarre futurist talk show host who created Ground Zero Radio in 1995. He is a lover of B-horror and Science fiction movies and worked his way through the lean years publishing his own fanzines and co-writing scripts for television and radio with Director Kevin Delullo. He has been featured in UFO magazine, and Unknown Magazine ... See full bio »

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Here I Am Cinematographer
(2010)
Nightfall Johnson
(1999)
Wordspeaker Roger 'Mad Dog' Welles
(2008)

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 2012 Nightbumpers
Narrator (voice)
 2008 Wordspeaker (Short)
Roger 'Mad Dog' Welles
 2004 Remote Control (Short)
Henry
 2000 Cage in Box Elder
Reid Freemartin
 1999 Nightfall (Video)
Johnson
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 1999 Nightfall (Video) (screenplay)
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 2010 Here I Am
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 2008 Wordspeaker (Short) (co-editor)
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 2016 Zodiac Killer from Beyond the Grave (Documentary short) (completed)
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 2010 Return to the Bermuda Triangle (TV Movie documentary)
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 2009 Diary-Ahh of a Mad Independent Filmmaker (Video documentary short)
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 2007 The Day Called 'X' (Documentary)
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 2005 Penn & Teller: Bullshit! (TV Series documentary)
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- Conspiracy Theories (2005) ... Himself

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The main character in Wordspeaker was named Roger "Mad Dog" Welles. This was a composite of Roger Corman and Orson Welles. There were some people suspecting that the character was based on Bob "Mad Dog" Lassiter, a controversial talk show host who died of bladder and kidney cancer. It is also coincidental that Roger "Mad Dog" Welles worked at Omega Radio in the film and later Clyde Lewis got a ... See more »

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