He created Screw magazine, and he had an 11 foot tall middle finger statue in his yard. American hero? We say yes.
|1.||The Paula Newby-Fraser Three Bagger||1|
|2.||The February 2011 Lee Jr.||1|
|3.||The 2007 Lee Atwater Invitational Dead Pool||1|
|4.||The 2006 Lee Atwater Invitational Dead Pool||4|
|5.||The 2005 Lee Atwater Invitational Dead Pool||3|
|6.||The March '03 Lee Jr.||2|
|7.||The 2003 Lee Atwater Invitational Dead Pool||1|
|8.||The October '02 Lee Jr.||1|
|9.||The March '02 Lee Jr.||1|
|10.||The March '99 Lee Jr.||1|
|11.||The 1999 Lee Atwater Invitational Dead Pool||1|
He was one of those guys who played a million bit parts on a zillion crappy TV shows, but his real claim to fame was as the dog catcher in the movie that stands as the all-time greatest source for Dead Pool candidates: Won Ton Ton, The Dog Who Saved Hollywood. Rent it tonight, and make a few lists.
(d) August 16th, 1998