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February 3, 1991 | Paul Ciotti, Paul Ciotti is a Times staff writer.
RANDY TURROW DOESN'T FIT MY CONCEPT OF A MOVIE PRODUCER. HE'S 35 years old, a nonsmoker and a nondrinker and has been a committed vegetarian ever since, as he says, the "1971 earthquake convinced me that I wasn't immortal." On the set, he wears a black cowboy hat, jeans and a billowy, long-sleeved white shirt that is reminiscent of some 18th-Century painter.
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February 3, 1991 | Paul Ciotti, Paul Ciotti is a Times staff writer.
RANDY TURROW DOESN'T FIT MY CONCEPT OF A MOVIE PRODUCER. HE'S 35 years old, a nonsmoker and a nondrinker and has been a committed vegetarian ever since, as he says, the "1971 earthquake convinced me that I wasn't immortal." On the set, he wears a black cowboy hat, jeans and a billowy, long-sleeved white shirt that is reminiscent of some 18th-Century painter.
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April 1, 1990 | Pat H. Broeske \f7
Judd Nelson stars as Marty Malt, a man with something extra--an arm growing out of his back--when the dark comedy "The Dark Backward" shoots later this year. "The arm is going to be realistic--almost like another character, like the tail on the lion in 'The Wizard of Oz,' " promises co-producer Randy Turrow, adding that special effects are already underway.
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April 11, 2008 | Bob Pool, Times Staff Writer
Norman Thaddeus Vane was just four minutes into his speed-dating matchup when he fell in love . . . with Palmdale. "I'm going to use an old gas station and cafe there that I just found out about," the veteran filmmaker said. "Eighty percent of the movie can be shot at that location." Vane and 75 other studio and TV production executives, independent producers and location scouts were learning Thursday about movie-making opportunities in cities and counties across California.
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