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Hampton Fancher

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Hampton Fancher

American former actor who became a producer and screenwriter in the late 1970s add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1930.

Countries: United States (63%), United Kingdom (13%), Canada (13%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Philip K. Dick, Ridley Scott, Jack Webb

Linked to: American Broadcasting Company, CBS, The Incredible Sex Revolution

 

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Hampton Fancher was born in 1930 add something


1938

"'Hampton Lansden Fancher"' is an American former actor who became a producer and screenwriter in the late 1970s add something


1946

Fancher provided the voiceover narration for the DVD extras in The Criterion Collection edition of famous film noir "The Killers", which included the 1946, 1956 and 1964 versions add something


1959

In 1959, Fancher appeared in the episode "Misfits" of the ABC western television series, "The Rebel" add something


1963

He was cast as Larry Wilson in the 1963 episode "Little Richard" of the CBS anthology series, "GE True", hosted by Jack Webb add something


1965

In 1965 he played the role of Hamp Fisher, a close resemblance of his own name, in the "Perry Mason" episode "The Case of the Silent Six." add something


1968

After initially failing to convince Philip K. Dick to option Dick's 1968 science fiction novel "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep-" in 1975, Fancher sent his friend Brian Kelly, a prospective film producer add something


1969

Jay Cocks - Cocks and Scorsese approached author Philip K. Dick in 1969 for an adaptation of his 1967 novel, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep- Though the duo never optioned the book, it would later be developed into the movie "Blade Runner" by screenwriter Hampton Fancher and director Ridley Scott


1980

In the early 1980s, Fancher wrote and lived outside of Los Angeles in Topanga Canyon add something


1999

Montreal World Film Festival - His 1999 directorial debut, "The Minus Man," won the Special Grand Prize of the Jury at the Montreal World Film Festival add something


2011

Thunderbird Films - It was announced on August 18, 2011 that Ridley Scott has signed on to direct and produce the new installment of "Blade Runner" and that the original screenwriter, Hampton Fancher is in talks to pen the untitled sequel


2019

In 2019, Fancher will publish a screenwriting manual, "The Wall Will Tell You" add something