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Had an option on the Nicholl Fellowship-winning screenplay 'Traveller (1997)' by Jim McGlynn. Bill Paxton paid King handsomely to walk away from the project so that he could produce the film himself, with Jack N. Green as director.

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Point Break
Point Break Writer
(1991)
Point Break
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(2015)
Hard Choices
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(1985)
Vietnam War Story
(1988)

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 2012 Maya Underworld: The Real Doomsday (TV Movie documentary)
 2007 Sherman's March (TV Movie documentary)
 2005 Voices in Wartime (Documentary)
 1997 Road Ends
 1995 Vanishing Son (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Sweet Sixteen (1995)
 1993 Quick
 1989 Forced March
 1988 Vietnam War Story (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Dusk to Dawn (1988)
 1987 Hotshot
 1985 Hard Choices
 1977 Off the Wall
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Had an option on the Nicholl Fellowship-winning screenplay 'Traveller (1997)' by Jim McGlynn. Bill Paxton paid King handsomely to walk away from the project so that he could produce the film himself, with Jack N. Green as director.

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