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Floyd Mutrux

Floyd Mutrux was born on June 25, 1941 in Houston, Texas, USA as Charles Floyd Mutrux. He is a writer and producer, known for Dick Tracy (1990), Freebie and the Bean (1974) and American Me (1992). See full bio »

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Known For

Dick Tracy
Dick Tracy Producer
(1990)
Freebie and the Bean
(1974)
American Me
American Me Writer
(1992)
The Hollywood Knights
(1980)

Filmography

Jump to: Writer | Producer | Actor | Director | Self
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 2016-2017 Sun Records (TV Series) (based on the stage-play "Million Dollar Quartet" by - 8 episodes)
- Finishing School (2017) ... (based on the stage-play "Million Dollar Quartet" by)
- Who They Were Meant to Be (2017) ... (based on the stage-play "Million Dollar Quartet" by)
- Rising Sun (2017) ... (based on the stage-play "Million Dollar Quartet" by)
- Never Better (2017) ... (based on the stage-play "Million Dollar Quartet" by)
- Record Man Blues (2017) ... (based on the stage-play "Million Dollar Quartet" by)
 1996 Mulholland Falls (story)
 1994 There Goes My Baby (written by)
 1993 Blood In, Blood Out (screenplay)
 1992 American Me (screenplay) / (story)
 1980 The Hollywood Knights (screenplay) / (story)
 1975 Aloha, Bobby and Rose (written by)
 1974 Freebie and the Bean (story)
 1971 Two-Lane Blacktop (uncredited)
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Colin Escott and his musical, "Baby, It's You!," was performed at the Broadhurst Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Beth Leavel (played Florence Greenberg) in the cast.

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Father of Ashley Mutrux from his marriage to Penny Long

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