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Photo of Arch Hall Jr.

Arch Hall Jr.

“The Sadist is my favorite because it was the first serious, demanding role in my rather limited serious acting career. There were those who thought it may be too demanding for me. Landis had to guide me to help create the character you see as Charlie Tibbs on the screen. I could not have pulled it off without his intense tutoring.”

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    Ray Dennis Steckler United States, 1962

    Ray Dennis Steckler made his directorial debut with this surfer rock-scored, Elvis Presley-inspired B-movie about an aspiring musician’s sudden success. Swerving between Faustian fable, pop comedy and music industry parody, it features the early work of Oscar-winning cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond!

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