Larry N. Stouffer
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Larry N. Stouffer was born in Youngstown, Ohio and grew up in Texas. He wrote poetry in grade school. Larry worked in advertising for the newspaper "The Marshall Times Messenger" in Marshall, Texas and got a second job working in a liquor store at night. Stouffer eventually got a job working for the Jamieson Film Company, which was the largest film company in the South at the time. In 1968 Larry wrote, directed, and produced the obscure picture "Sands of Ecstasy. Read more... "budget of $67,000 dollars. While Larry didn't see any percentage in the profits on the box office grosses for "Horror High," he's nonetheless still proud of the fact that the movie has gone on to amass a loyal and sizable cult following. Stouffer worked for a while in the oil business as the head of his own company Stouffer Oil Corporation. In 1998 he founded the Screenwriting Conference in Santa Fe, New Mexico; the conference convenes once a year at the end of May. Moreover, Larry co-wrote the comedy "Waitin' to Live" in 2002.