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Christopher Fowler
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Some authors are chameleons; they'll write for decades and never produce a piece of work that defines them to a readership. Others create something so much from the heart that the work takes on a larger life and defines an era. Martino Crowley is from Vicksburg, Mississippi. Born in 1935, he grew up to love film and theatre, majored in drama and went to New York City. He remembered meeting Elia…
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Christopher Fowler
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My father's favourite film was Clouzot's 'The Wages of Fear', but he had never seen it in its uncut form, with virtually another entire film placed at the start, explaining how the main characters ended up having to accept such a dangerous job - transporting a truckload of incredibly volatile nitro-glycerine through a series of hair-raising mountain passes. The scenes were removed because the US…
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