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Gordon, Stuart, 1947-2020

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Personal name headingGordon, Stuart, 1947-2020
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Variant(s)Gordon, Stuart, 1947 August 11-2020
See alsoFounded corporate body of person: Organic Theatre Company
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Other standard no.0000000121459505
Associated countryUnited States
Associated placeChicago (Ill.)
Birth date1947-08-11
Death date2020-03-24
Place of birthChicago (Ill.)
Place of deathVan Nuys (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Los Angeles (Calif.)
Field of activityHorror films Science fiction films
Motion pictures--Production and direction Theater--Production and direction
Profession or occupationMotion picture producers and directors Screenwriters Dramatists Theatrical producers and directors
Special noteFormerly on undifferentiated name record: n 80035017
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Found inInternet movie database, Oct. 22, 1999 (Stuart Gordon, b. Aug. 11, 1947; director, writer, producer, actor)
Stuart Gordon on Wikipedia via WWW, 21 June 2011 (American horror film director, producer and writer)
New York times, Mar. 29, 2020 (Stuart Alan Gordon; born Aug. 11, 1947 in Chicago, [Ill.], died Tuesday [Mar. 24, 2020] in Van Nuys, Calif., aged 72; a director best known for lavishly lurid horror films with a piercing sense of humor, notably the cult favorite, "Re-Animator"; also made science fiction films, like "Fortress" (1992) and nightmarish dramas, like "Stuck" (2007); founded the Organic Theater Company with his wife, Carolyn Purdy-Gordon, in Wisconsin, before moving it to Chicago in 1969)
Wikipedia, May 6, 2020 (Stuart Gordon; Stuart Alan Gordon (August 11, 1947-March 24, 2020) was an American filmmaker, theatre director, screenwriter, and playwright; initially recognized for his provocative and frequently controversial work in experimental theatre, Gordon is perhaps more widely known for work in film. Most of Gordon's cinematic output was in the horror genre, though he also ventured into science fiction and film noir; born Chicago, Illinois; died Los Angeles, California)
Associated languageeng