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Richard Barclay

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Producer (feature film)

1.
Girls Nite Out (1982) as Executive Producer
Sorority girls at a small Ohio college have a scavenger hunt after their school wins the basketball game. But the innocent game turns deadly when a killer dressed as the school mascot begins killing the participants. The chief of campus security, who lost his daughter to a similar murderer, attempts

Producer (special)

2.
Those Fabulous Clowns (1984) as Executive Producer
A nostalgic look at the history of clowns--from real-life clowns to the vaudeville and movie comedians.
3.
Strippers (1983) as Executive Producer
The program explores the art of the striptease via the lives of six of the world's most famous strippers: Lydia Thompson, Josephine Baker, Gypsy Rose Lee, Little Egypt, Carrie Farrell, and Sally Rand. The special, which contains nudity, incorporates rare film clips, still photographs, and recreation
4.
Verse Person Singular (1983) as Producer
An hour of first-person poetry performed by Richard Kiley as he assumes the personas of several legendary characters immortalized in well-known poems.
5.
P.T. Barnum & His Human Oddities (1982) as Executive Producer
The documentary chronicles the life and career of Phineas Taylor Barnum, the nineteenth-century impresario whose sideshow attractions and three-ring circus earned him the title "Greatest Showman on Earth."
6.
Halloween That Almost Wasn't, The (1979) as Executive Producer
The story follows the efforts of Dracula, Frankenstein, the Wolfman, the Mummy, and the Zombie to convince the Witch -- who is threatening to retire and thus cancel Halloween -- to fly over the moon and save their favorite holiday.

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