Scott Fivelson’s DIAL L FOR LATCH-KEY and NEAR MYTH: THE OSKAR KNIGHT STORY

Check out this great blog and the post here about author/screenwriter Scott Fivelson.

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A few days ago I was approached by the multi-talented Scott Fivelson, who brought to my attention two quite interesting works that he thought, accurately, would be of interest to readers of Backlots. The first, a satirical one-act play entitled Dial L for Latch-Key, fits squarely in with Backlots’ very popular Hitchcock Halloween blogathon, and the second deals with classic film in a unique way that I know my readers would find interesting. So thanks to Scott for bringing these things to my attention so that I may inform you, the reader!

Somewhere between Alfred Hitchcock and Monty Python lies the new one-act play by Scott Fivelson, Dial L for Latch-Key, a satire evoking both the suspense of an Alfred Hitchcock film and the humor of an eccentric British comedy. Rife with cultural references that will thrill devoted fans of Hitchcock (and Fivelson even throws in some Monty…

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