Bruce Campbell on Being a B Movie Actor

October 14, 2001

Bruce Campbell, (to his chagrin) still best known as “Ash” from “The Evil Dead” movies, talks with Jim Fleming about his memoir, “If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B Movie Actor.” He talks about the making of the cult classic and says actors can still have successful careers, even if they never become cult heroes or mega-stars.  

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