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Best #bareknuckle fight #Kickboxer-VS- Boxer (lots of blood). #MadFrankieFraser, the Axe Man, favorite fight. With some legendary boxers attending and ref Eddie Avoth. Like and subscribe. @madfrankiefrasermovie -copyright Tyrone D Murphy

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We signed an option agreement for the production of the gangster film "Mad Frankie Fraser" this week. Written by me, Tyrone D Murphy and Jon tregenna

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Tyrone D Murphy is appearing at the The London Screenwriters’ Festival and moderating the panel for Crime Pays: Exciting producers and broadcasters by writing with an authentic voice

In this session the panel will include a police officer, Tyrone D Murphy who created a documentary on Mad Frankie Fraser, a high profile lawyer, and a (reformed) criminal will discuss the world they occupy, and how writers can avoid having their screenplays devolve into trope and cliché.

http://w...ww.londonscreenwritersfestival.com/…/the-world-of-j…

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In this session a police officer, a lawyer, and a (reformed) criminal will discuss the world they occupy, and how writers can avoid having their screenplays devolve into trope and cliché.
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'Hi admin! Was wondering if u had any old pics of frank the days back wen he was big n friends with the Krays it's just my dads uncle was his bodyguard so wondered if I could find something perhaps. Thanks'

Today Gerry P Lively is offically attached to the feature film "Mad Frankie Fraser" He has 11 credits as a Director and 42 credits as a Cinematographer. For fans of Hellraiser and Dungeons & Dragons they will be delighted that Gerry is now attached.

Mad Frankie Fraser written by Tyrone D Murphy and Jon Tregenna

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Gerry Lively, Cinematographer: Friday. Gerry Lively is a cinematographer and director, known for Friday (1995), Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth (1992) and Hellraiser: Bloodline (1996).
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This is Johnny Depp’s English accent, but could he do Frasers accent?
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theatrical trailer from Johnny Depp movie From Hell
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This is the only feature film script that was fully endorsed by Mad Frankie Fraser during his lifetime. It was written by Tyrone D Murphy and Jon Tregenna and he endorsed this script during the interviews conducted in London by Tyrone D Murphy. Very rough footage with no sound or colour correction,segment is on YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwLBaiWJUA0

Filmmaker Tyrone D Murphy interviews Mad Frankie Fraser about his life of crime and gets more that he bargains for. From the Mad Fraser Documentary 2008 - co...
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Mad Frankie Fraser updated their cover photo.
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Director flying into London on the 25th from LA to discuss the Movie with the producers

Mad Frankie Fraser updated their cover photo.
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Co-writer and producer, Tyrone Murphy, with Frank a couple of years back.

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Hollywood director attached. Poss co-production with Canada. Watch this space. (Bloody hell, producing a film takes time!!)

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Willie Donaldson wrote an amazing book called 'Brewer's Rogues, Villains & Eccentrics' (Link in comments box below.) He also encouraged Frank to take to the stage. LINK: http://www.theguardian.com/…/letter-frankie-fraser-and-will…

Roger Ridey writes: The transformation of Frankie Fraser from East End gangster to media character can be attributed in large part to Willie Donaldon, the writer of The Henry Root Letters
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They allege Fraser would have suffered “immense” pain because of the oversight - and they believe he might have lived had the injury been spotted
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