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Charles Edward Pogue

Charles Edward Pogue is a film and television writer who has worked in the sci-fi/fantasy, horror, and thriller genres, and he has also scripted several Sherlock Holmes adaptations (The Sign of Four, The Hound of the Baskervilles, and Hands of a Murderer). His most well-known work to date is probably the acclaimed 1986 remake of The Fly; he provided the initial drafts, though his work was heavily rewritten by David Cronenberg, the film's director.

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Psycho (film Series) - History (1959–1997)
... Writer Charles Edward Pogue was hired to write the screenplay ... In Pogue's first draft of the film, it was Duane who was the killer and had intentionally come to the Bates Motel because he was obsessed with Norman ... Pogue had intended to cast original victim Janet Leigh in the role ...
1620s - Significant People
... of New France, and founder of Quebec City Charles I of Gonzaga-Nevers (1580–1637), Duke of Nevers and Mantua (claim for the later supported by France) Charles Emmanuel I of Savoy (1562–1630 ... French princess and Queen Consort of England-Wales and Scotland Edward Herbert, 1st Baron Herbert of Cherbury of Wales (1583–1648), diplomat, poet, and ... Hendrick Lucifer (1583–1627), Dutch Buccaneer Charles de Luynes of France (1578–1621), Constable of France and first Duke of Luynes Randal MacDonnell, 1st Earl of Antrim of ...
March 4 - Births
1794) 1745 – Charles Dibdin, English composer (d. 1864) 1817 – Edwards Pierrepont, 34th United States Attorney General (d. 1979) 1891 – Charles Arthur "Dazzy" Vance, American baseball player (d ...

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    Be afraid. Be very afraid.
    Charles Edward Pogue, U.S. screenwriter, and David Cronenberg. Veronica Quaife (Geena Davis)

    I’m saying I’m an insect who dreamed he was a man and he loved it but the dream is over and the insect is awake.
    —Charles Edward Pogue, U.S. screenwriter, and David Cronenberg. Seth Brundle (Jeff Goldblum)

    But if that Golden Age would come again,
    And Charles here rule as he before did reign;
    Robert Herrick (1591–1674)

    But a camel’s all lumpy
    And bumpy and humpy—
    Any shape does for me.
    —Charles Edward Carryl (1841–1920)