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The Cry Baby Killer

The Cry Baby Killer
File:Cry Baby Killer.jpg
Theatrical release poster.
Directed by Joe Addis
Produced by Roger Corman
David Kramarsky
David March
Written by Leo Gordon
Melvin Levy
Starring Harry Lauter
Jack Nicholson
Carolyn Mitchell
Music by Gerald Fried
Cinematography Floyd Crosby
Editing by Irene Morra
Distributed by Allied Artists Pictures Corporation
Release date(s) August 17, 1958
Running time 70 min
Country  United States
Language English

The Cry Baby Killer is a 1958 cult film produced by Roger Corman. It was the feature film debut of Jack Nicholson. Until recently, the film was out of print and hard to find. In 2006, it was issued on DVD for the first time by Buena Vista Home Entertainment as part of their Roger Corman Classics series.

Corman later claimed the film was the first movie he produced which did not make money, although he said it earned its costs back off television rights. He also says he was out of the country during pre production and much of the script was changed by the producer. Corman returned to Hollywood two days before filming began and tried to put the things back in the film but only managed to get some of them in.[1]

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  • AllRovi
  • Rotten TomatoesTemplate:Crime-thriller-film-stub
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