Monthly Archives: May 2014

The Passion of Andy Kaufman – 2.5 hour tribute film

I created this “fan tribute film” in 2006 to counter what I saw as an idiotic, leering, overacted, overly cutesy, irritatingly overbearing performance in “Man on the Moon” (1999) by Jim Carrey, attempting to “act” like Andy Kaufman and failing … Continue reading

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Sorcerer – the “lost” soundtrack theme

Hymns/Spheres is an album by American pianist Keith Jarrett released in 1976 by the ECM record label, recorded at the Benedictine Abbey in Ottobeuren, Germany. This solo album consists of improvisations on the massive Karl Joseph Riepp “Trinity” Baroque pipe organ. The original double vinyl album was … Continue reading

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Noble Rot – John Belushi – screenplay

For the first time ever presented in a public forum, you can now read the infamous final screenplay of Don Novello and John Belushi, “Noble Rot”. If you have ever read “Wired”, Bob Woodward’s compelling (and very controversial) biography of … Continue reading

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The Tony Clifton Story – Andy Kaufman – screenplay

A screenplay by Andy Kaufman and Bob Zmuda, about the venemous conflict between Andy and his brash alter ego, the uncouth Tony Clifton. The screenplay also contains many of Andy’s classic stand-up routines, and several moments that will cause you to … Continue reading

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The Stand – Stephen King – screenplay

This is the “lost” Rospo Pallenberg screenplay adaption of the greatest work of horror fiction ever created, Stephen King’s “The Stand”. At one time, George Romero was slated to direct an R-rated theatrical version based on this screenplay. Unfortunately, it … Continue reading

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The Day the Clown Cried – Jerry Lewis – two screenplays

“When you rule by fear, laughter is the most frightening sound in the world.” In 2002, I bought an ORIGINAL script of “The Day the Clown Cried” on Ebay, which had belonged to Fred Skidmore, Jerry Lewis’ publicist at the … Continue reading

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