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Published on Jul 1, 2013
"Life is an obscure hobo, bumming a ride on the omnibus of art." The wit and wisdom of writer Charles B. Griffith, Roger Corman's hipper-than-thou alter-ego, is in even fuller flower here than in his classic followup, "Little Shop of Horrors", aided immeasurably by Dick Miller's indelible performance as psychotic busboy Walter Paisley.
Update: Chuck passed away the week of 9/26/07 at the age of 77, leaving a legacy of brilliantly off-center, if unjustly underappreciated, satirical comedy.