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What You Can Get Away With: The Collegial Cutting Room Collaborators of Joe Dante, Part 1

Like so many children of the eighties, I grew up with Joe Dante’s films, and knew even the less heralded ones—like "Explorers" (1985) or "Innerspace" (1987)—by heart. When I decided to write about his work, I spent a long time searching for an angle or hook before I asked myself a very simple question: How many directors began their professional careers by editing trailers for Roger Corman?
  • By Peter Tonguette
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  • January 13, 2012 3:44 PM
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