A.V. Club - Corman’s World: Exploits Of A Hollywood Rebel Review

A.V. Club - Lots of actors die onscreen, but few perish the way famed character actor Dick Miller did in his film debut, 1955’s The Apache Woman. The neophyte actor-writer began the film playing a Native American, but he was surprised and more than a little amused to discover that he would be doing double duty as the cowboy who eventually kills that character in a big shootout. It was the perfect introduction to the Roger Corman method: Shoot it cheap, shoot it fast, and don’t worry too much about the specifics.

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