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  1. Barry Gifford - Wikipedia › wiki › Barry_Gifford

    Barry Gifford (born October 18, 1946) is an American author, poet, and screenwriter known for his distinctive mix of American landscapes and prose influenced by film noir and Beat Generation writers. Gifford is best known for his series of novels about Sailor and Lula, two star-crossed protagonists on a perpetual road trip .

    • American
    • October 18, 1946 (age 74), Chicago, Illinois, United States
    • Author
  2. Barry Gifford - IMDb › name › nm0317510

    Barry Gifford, Writer: Lost Highway. Barry Gifford was born on October 18, 1946 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. He is a writer, known for Lost Highway (1997), Wild at Heart (1990) and Black Wings Has My Angel.

    • October 18, 1946
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  4. Lost Highway (film) - Wikipedia › wiki › Lost_Highway_(film)

    He came across the phrase "lost highway" in the book Night People (1992) by Barry Gifford. Because Lynch knew the writer very well and had previously adapted his novel Wild at Heart (1990) into a film by the same name , [5] he told him that he loved the phrase as a title for a movie.

    • January 15, 1997, (France), February 21, 1997, (United States)
    • Mary Sweeney, Tom Sternberg, Deepak Nayar
  5. Álex de la Iglesia - Wikipedia › wiki › Álex_de_la_Iglesia

    Barry Gifford helped out on the script also. Isabella Rossellini played Perdita Durango in David Lynch 's Wild At Heart , also based on a Gifford work. The film was in English, but did not prove as great a success as hoped; for some it felt too post- Tarantino .

    • Spanish
    • Alejandro de la Iglesia Mendoza, 4 December 1965 (age 55), Bilbao, Basque Country, Spain
  6. Perdita Durango (1997) - IMDb › title › tt0119879

    Oct 31, 1997 · Directed by Álex de la Iglesia. With Rosie Perez, Javier Bardem, Harley Cross, Aimee Graham. A psychotic criminal couple kidnaps a random teenage couple. The woman rapes the male captive, and lets him watch his lover being raped by the man.

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  7. Lawrence Tierney | Film | The Guardian › news › 2002

    Feb 28, 2002 · In his book, The Devil Thumbs A Ride And Other Unforgettable Films, Barry Gifford wrote of Tierney, playing another of his classic mean-man roles in Born To Kill (1947): "The big lug is a squinty ...

  8. Lucy Saroyan, 57; Actress, Daughter of Pulitzer-Winning ... › archives › la-xpm-2003-may-25-me

    May 25, 2003 · “What happens to kids?” he was quoted as saying in “Saroyan,” a 1984 biography by Lawrence Lee and Barry Gifford. “Yes, my little daughter was a delight to know, just as my little son ...

  9. Three Cheers: Barry Gifford - Seven Stories Press › blogs › 81-three-cheers-barry-gifford

    Introducing Three Cheers: a new feature on the Seven Stories Blog. In this feature, Seven Stories authors dish on three books that helped to mold them over the course of their careers. Check out Barry Gifford's choices below! by Barry Gifford Grande Sertao: Veredas (Translated into English as The Devil to Pay in the Backlands by Harriet de Onis). Certainly the greatest of all Portuguese ...

  10. Barry Gifford | LibraryThing › author › giffordbarry

    Barry Gifford; Barry Gifford (primary author only) Author division. Barry Gifford is currently considered a "single author." If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Includes. Barry Gifford is composed of 3 names. You can examine and separate out names. Combine with…

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