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October 24, 1991 | MIKE BOEHM
A broken friendship and a lost opportunity frame a bitter behind-the-scenes prologue to Bill Henderson's "The Bitter End." Many of Henderson's decisions about how to make "The Bitter End" were shaped by an incident that began in 1989 when, he says, he and two associates came up with the idea for a film called "Roadside Prophets," an update of "Easy Rider," the '60s counterculture landmark that launched Jack Nicholson's career.
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October 24, 1991 | MIKE BOEHM
A broken friendship and a lost opportunity frame a bitter behind-the-scenes prologue to Bill Henderson's "The Bitter End." Many of Henderson's decisions about how to make "The Bitter End" were shaped by an incident that began in 1989 when, he says, he and two associates came up with the idea for a film called "Roadside Prophets," an update of "Easy Rider," the '60s counterculture landmark that launched Jack Nicholson's career.
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