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Horner transforms Eddie into Dirk Diggler, a rising-star actor with a special gift. Set in the late 1970s and early 1980s, the film is a tribute to the decor, style, culture, and social attitudes of the era. PICTURED: MARK WAHLBERG as Eddie Adams/ Dirk Diggler.
Dec 10, 2014 · Photo: New Line Cinema As Paul Thomas Anderson has often said, seeing Dirk Diggler’s gigantic penis in Boogie Nights is like seeing the shark in Jaws : It’s more powerful if you have to wait ...
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Dec 10, 2014 · Ever wondered if Dirk Diggler's monster schlong in 'Boogie Nights' had a backstory? Well, it does. Here's how that final scene was made.
Before Eddie Adams entered the porn buisness, moved to the valley, and changed his name to Dirk Diggler (Mark Wahlberg), this was his "Boogie Nights" (top) home. This home is located at 3503 W 187th St, Torrance. Thanks to Chas for this location.
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Boogie Nights is based on a mockumentary short film that Anderson wrote and directed while he was still in high school called The Dirk Diggler Story. The short itself was based on the 1981 documentary Exhausted: John C. Holmes, The Real Story , a documentary about the life of legendary porn actor John Holmes , on whom Dirk Diggler is based.
Jul 16, 2013 · While looking around for videos for this post, I happened across what surely must be a few exceedingly rare finds: The Dirk Diggler Story, AKA the first Boogie Nights. A 17-year-old P.T. Anderson wrote and directed the film, shot it on VHS, editing deck to deck. It also features a voice-over by his father, famed voice-over actor Ernie Anderson.