One of them finally went to jail about a decade and a half ago.

As a young actor, he played a supporting role in a small-budget horror film, about 4 decades ago. Let’s call this person C, and the film Film #1. Film #1 was financially very successful for its time. It became a cult-classic, and launched the career of its director, who we will call F. F became A+ list for the rest of his long career.

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He Tried And Failed – Mr. Hedge

As a young actor, he played a supporting role in a small-budget horror film, about 4 decades ago.

Let’s call this person C, and the film Film #1.

Film #1 was financially very successful for its time.

It became a cult-classic, and launched the career of its director, who we will call F. F became A+ list for the rest of his long career. Several years later, C became a director himself, while in his early 30s.

The 1st film C directed for American audiences was a low-budget teen comedy.

Let’s call this film SB.

During SB, C attempted to molest one of the young actors.

Thankfully, the young actor was able to escape his attempts.

Unfortunately, this was because the young actor had been abused before.

The horrible experience scarred him enough to vigorously fight off C’s attempts.

C was good friends with a couple of serial child molesters.

One of them finally went to jail about a decade and a half ago.

A short time later, C won his first major award as a director.

Although C was only about 50 at that time, he suddenly retired from the business.

It probably had something to do with his past.

It is highly unlikely that this unsuccessful molestation attempt was C’s only misdeed.

If anyone knows anything more about C, you know who to contact.

Film #1: The Hills Have Eyes

F: Wes Craven

C: Robert Houston

C’s friend / serial child molester: Brian Peck (convicted in 2004)

SB: Bad Manners – also known as Growing Pains

EXCLUSIVE: Pedophile X-Men actor convicted of sexually abusing Nickelodeon child star is STILL working with underage kids

Brian Peck served 16 months in prison after admitting two counts of abusing a Nickelodeon child actor

He was charged with eight counts of sexual abuse, including abuse by ‘by anesthesia or controlled substance’

Actor, 54, was in two X-Men movies and all three Living Dead movies and is now featured in controversial documentary on pedophile abuse in Hollywood

Since release from prison he has been dialogue coach, worked on Disney series and played teacher and claims to be friend of Charlie Sheen

Only banned from direct contact with children, so he is able to work on children’s series and on sets with underage actors

Tracked down by Daily Mail Online, he refused to comment on his 2004 conviction but not-for-profit says he shows why laws need to be changed – Source