Bill L. Norton

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Bill L. Norton is a film director, writer and producer. He also has directed many television series, among them Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, John Doe, Hack, Las Vegas, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Lincoln Heights and Roswell.

He is the son of screenwriter William W. Norton, who was convicted in 1986 of importing arms to Northern Ireland for the IRA and the INLA.[1]

Sometimes he is credited as B.W.L. Norton, Bill Norton or William Lloyd Norton.

Selected filmography[edit]

*  Cisco Pike 1972 director / writer
*  Gargoyles 1972 director
*  Outlaw Blues 1977 writer
*  More American Graffiti   1979 director / writer
*  Losin' It 1983 screenplay
*  Back to the Beach 1987 story
*  Three for the Road 1987 director
*  Bad to the Bone 1997 director Made-for-TV Movie [2]


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