Randall Jahnson

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Randall Jahnson
Born 1959
Other names J. Randal Johnson
Occupation Screenwriter, playwright, director, film producer, music video director
Years active 1984–present

Randall Jahnson is an American writer, director and producer. His works include Dudes, The Doors, The Mask of Zorro, Sunset Strip, and episodes of the HBO TV series Tales from the Crypt. Jahnson also directed music videos for Stan Ridgway, Henry Rollins, Black Flag, and Minutemen. In the 1987, he launched the independent record label Blue Yonder Sounds in Los Angeles. The label released four albums: Civilization and Its Discotheques by The Fibonaccis, Bigger than Breakfast by Slack, Three Gals, Three Guitars by The Del Rubio Triplets, and Motel Cafe by Michael C. Ford.

He also wrote Gun, a Western video game which was voted Best Story at the 2005 IGN Video Game Awards.




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