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United Kingdom - A very long disengagement

In the 11 years since he was fired from the directing chair of New Line's The Island Of Dr Moreau, Richard Stanley has kept a low profile. The UK film-maker had made a big splash with his first feature, Hardware, in 1990 but his subsequent career proved troubled to say the least. His second film, Dust Devil, was completed but became caught up in the bankruptcy proceedings of the UK's Palace Pictures and Stanley forked out $100,000 of his own money to meet delivery ...

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