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Laughlin, Tom, 1931-2013

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    • us: Laughlin, Thomas Robert, Jr., 1931-2013
    • us: Frank, T. C., 1931-2013
    • us: Christina, Frank, 1931-2013
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        Milwaukee (Wis.)
    • Death Place

        Los Angeles (Calif.)
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        Motion picture actor
            Motion picture director
              Motion picture producer
                Television actor
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              • found: Wild Bill [MP] 1995: credits (Tom Laughlin)
              • found: Internet movie database via WWW, May 23, 2002 (Tom Laughlin; sometimes credited as Frank Christina, T.C. Frank, Donald Henderson, Don Henderson, Lloyd E. James, Frank Laughlin, E. James Lloyd, Mary Rose Solti [no publications in LC database]; b. Aug. 10, 1931, Minneapolis, Minn.; actor, director, writer, producer, editor)
              • found: New York times (online), viewed Dec. 17, 2013 (in obituary published Dec. 16: Tom Laughlin; b. Thomas Robert Laughlin Jr., Aug. 10, 1931, Milwaukee; d. Thursday [Dec. 12, 2013], Los Angeles, aged 82; actor, writer, director, and producer who created the Billy Jack movie series of the 1970s, a low-budget fusion of counterculture piety and martial-arts violence that struck a chord with audiences and became a prototype for independent filmmaking and distribution; also appeared on television)
              • found: Los Angeles Times online, viewed Dec. 19, 2013 (in obituary published Dec. 15: Tom Laughlin dies at 82; Laughlin founded a Montessori school in Santa Monica. When he decided the political system was hopelessly corrupt, he mounted three quixotic presidential campaigns. After becoming disillusioned with Catholicism, he immersed himself in Jungian psychology, writing books and counseling friends.) {,0,6177630.story#axzz2nwgPir7S}
              • found: His Jungian theory and therapy, c1982: t.p. (Tom Laughlin)
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              • [Formerly also on undiffereniated authority record: n 77006475]
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              • 2002-05-23: new
              • 2017-08-17: revised
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