Michael B. Druxman

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Michael B. Druxman
Born (1941-02-23) February 23, 1941 (age 73)
Occupation Screenwriter, novelist
Language English
Nationality United States

Michael B. Druxman (born February 23, 1941) is a screenwriter, active primarily in the 1990s. His scripts for B-movie producer Roger Corman include Cheyenne Warrior (1994) with Kelly Preston, Dillinger and Capone (1995) starring Martin Sheen and F. Murray Abraham and The Doorway (2000) with Roy Scheider, which he also directed.

Druxman is also the author of one-person plays, Lombard and Jolson.

Additionally, he is the author several non-fiction works about Hollywood, its movies and the people who make them, including Basil Rathbone: His Life and His Films and Make It Again, Sam: A Survey of Movie Remakes, plus two novels, Nobody Drowns in Mineral Lake and Shadow Watcher.

His memoirs, My Forty-Five Years in Hollywood and How I Escaped Alive, were published in August 2010, by Bear Manor Media.


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