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I doubt it, Wasn't the bio published BEFORE 1984?
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> From: Scott Andrew Hutchins <[log in to unmask]>
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> Date: Tue, 19 Aug 2003 23:26:05 -0500
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> Subject: Ray Milland
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> Does anyone know if he talks about _The Gold Key_ in his autobiography?  It's
> a 1984 shot-on-video movie by Richard G. Kutok that was tied with a real-life
> cash prize.
>
> Does anyone remember this spate?  Does anyone know if there were more than
> four films like this.  They all appear from 1984, but I don't have _Hey Vern,
> Win 1,000,000!_ to confirm.  The other two I know of are David Hemmings's
> _Money Hunt:  The Mystery of the Missing Link_ and _Treasure:  In Search of
> the Golden Horse_.
>
> I just acquired _The Gold Key_ yesterday and not seen it, but the other two
> are actually good films.  Hemmings's film is really silly, but it's clever and
> well-done, even suggesting some influence from having worked with Argento,
> though the clues are more obviously clues.  _Treasure_ is a gorgeous and
> surreal film that wasn't solved until after it ended.  It looks like it might
> have been a major influence on Jim Henson's _Labyrinth_, as it appeared two
> years earlier.  _Treasure_ was also Elisha Cook's penultimate film.  The
> film's storybook style oddly leaves him with the only speaking part, not
> counting the narrator, though he isn't the lead, which makes it all the more
> surreal, since the lead (Dory Dean) never talks to him, or anyone else.
>
> I'm assuming no scholarship has ever been done on these films.  I've had to
> add them to the IMDb myself.
>
> Scott Andrew Hutchins
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> Examine The Life of Timon of Athens at Cracks in the Fourth Wall
> Theatre & Filmworks
> http://mywebpages.comcast.net/scottandrewh
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> "But since in fact we see that avarice, anger, envy, pride, sloth, lust and
> stupidity commonly profit far beyond humility, chastity, fortitude, justice
> and thought, and have to choose, to be human at all...why then perhaps we
> *must* stand fast a little--even at the risk of being heroes." --Sir Thomas
> More, _A Man for All Seasons_, by Robert Bolt
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