Jim Van Bebber
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Jim Van Bebber (born November 24, 1964 in Greenville, Ohio) is an American film director. Van Bebber attended Wright State University where he studied cinema. Instead of using a bank loan to pay for a second year of college, he used the money to finance Deadbeat at Dawn, and founded the indie film company Asmodeus Productions with several colleagues. The Manson Family took more than ten years to complete.
Van Bebber is currently involved in the production of a feature-length horror film titled 'Gator Green'.
Van Bebber won a scholarship to film school based on his eight-millimeter kung fu epic Into the Black, a prototype for Deadbeat at Dawn.
As of 2014, Van Bebber was working on developing and starring in the 2014 remake/revival horror film American Guinea Pig.
On the 24th May 2011, Jim Van Bebber was arrested for Driving under the influence. The arrest took place around lunchtime in the Crystal River area of Florida, USA.
- Gator Green (2013)
- The Manson Family (2003)
- Video Collection (1984–1992) (1996)
- Doper (1994)
- My Sweet Satan (1994)
- Roadkill: The Last Days of John Martin (1994)
- Kata (1990)
- Deadbeat at Dawn (1988)
- Arrest.org. "James Vanbebber Mug Shot". Retrieved 5 August 2013.
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