Cult horror classic The Evil Dead was funded by rich Hollywood dentists.
He recalls, "Dentists are great. Get money from dentists. They're loaded with dough.
"They'd have a dinner party with four dentists and their wives and we'd show them this completely gross-out (film) and they would invest.
"One guy gave us money because he didn't go to Vegas that year. He says, 'I usually take two grand and blow it in Vegas. Well, here's my Vegas money.' He's since made 17 times his money."
The film's assistant editor, Joel Coen, was so impressed with Campbell and Raimi's pilot film premise he and his brother ETHAN similarly shot a five minute preview of their 1984 debut BLOOD SIMPLE for potential investors.18/04/2005 03:14
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