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|Joe R. Lansdale|
|Name||Joe R. Lansdale|
|Place of birth||Gladewater, Texas|
|Date of birth||October 28th, 1951|
|Date of death|
|First appearance||"Bubba Ho-Tep"|
Joe R. Lansdale is an author of short story fiction as well as comic books and television. Several of his horror short stories have been adapted into TV episodes and/or films. His most famous work was his short story "Bubba Ho-Tep", which was made into a feature film in 2002 starring Bruce Campbell. He also wrote the short story "Incident On and Off a Mountain Road", which was adapted into the pilot episode of Masters of Horror, directed by Don Coscarelli.
Body of work Edit
Short stories/Novellas Edit
- "Bubba Ho-Tep"
- "Incident On and Off a Mountain Road"
- "Night They Missed the Horror Show"
- "The Fat Man"
Notes & Trivia Edit
External Links Edit
- Joe R. Lansdale at Wikipedia
- Joe R. Lansdale Official Website
- Joe R. Lansdale at TV Rage.com
- Joe R. Lansdale at Horrormovies.org
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