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Why did they throw out the very personal stuff?
An explanation, if not an actual reason, is given in his bio on the foundation site: http://www.bobmizer.org/bob-mizer/biography/
@Brandon: Personal belongings are often thrown away when someone dies, especially when it’s not family who inherits, and as for the work, it sounds like it wasn’t the work he produced that was tossed, but only the stuff he used in making it. Sets, particularly, are often junked once they’re no longer being used, unless another need turns up first. (For a famous instance, see the burning of Atlanta in Gone With The Wind.)
For a famous instance, see the burning of Atlanta in Gone With The Wind.
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If AMG had focused on archiving from the beginning rather than making Brazilian movies nobody watched they wouldn’t be broke.
It seems hard to comprehend that Mizer risked being put in prison for those rather tame non-sexual photos. I think they tried to charge him with using the US Postal Svc to distribute them, if I remember correctly, not the nudity itself. Seems less crazy when I remember that Calif porn producer Max Hardcore is currently serving a 4 yr sentence for sending his str8 porn via US Postal Svc.
@Miss Manners: Sweetie Miss Manners, your input is appreciated, but so uninformed and wrong. Revenue from the extremely successful Brazilian movies has been what has paid for the archiving of Mizer’s estate this far. Glad you are not our bookkeeper.
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