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An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn (29-Sep-1997)

Director: Arthur Hiller

Writer: Joe Eszterhas

Keywords: Comedy, Alan Smithee, Mockumentary

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Peter Bart
Journalist
24-Jul-1932   Former editor of Variety
Billy Barty
Actor
25-Oct-1924 23-Dec-2000 High-profile little person
Sandra Bernhard
Comic
6-Jun-1955   The King of Comedy
Naomi Campbell
Model
22-May-1970   Black Panther
Jackie Chan
Actor
7-Apr-1954   Martial arts star, did his own stunts
Coolio
Rapper
1-Aug-1963   Gangsta's Paradise
Chuck D
Rapper
1-Aug-1960   The rhyme animal
Dominick Dunne
Novelist
29-Oct-1925 26-Aug-2009 High society novelist, true crime writer
Joe Eszterhas
Screenwriter
23-Nov-1944   Showgirls, Basic Instinct
Robert Evans
Film/TV Producer
29-Jun-1930   The Kid Stays In The Picture
Whoopi Goldberg
Actor
13-Nov-1955   Sister Act
Eric Idle
Comic
29-Mar-1943   Monty Python
Richard Jeni
Comic
14-Apr-1957 10-Mar-2007 A Big Steaming Pile of Me
Larry King
Talk Show Host
19-Nov-1933   Larry King Live
MC Lyte
Rapper
11-Oct-1971   Groundbreaking female rapper
Ryan O'Neal
Actor
20-Apr-1941   Paper Moon
Jim Piddock
Actor
8-Apr-1956   A Mighty Wind
Robert Shapiro
Attorney
2-Sep-1942   One of OJ Simpson's attorneys
Sylvester Stallone
Actor
6-Jul-1946   Rocky, Rambo
Billy Bob Thornton
Actor
4-Aug-1955   Sling Blade
Stephen Tobolowsky
Actor
30-May-1951   Ned Ryerson in Groundhog Day
Harvey Weinstein
Film/TV Producer
19-Mar-1952   Miramax and The Weinstein Co.

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