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Richard Rosenberg (1951-1992) (born Michael Knight in Chicago, Illinois, name changed after adoption as an infant) was an amateur filmmaker and science fiction & comic book fan in University City, Missouri who made films with Bob Gale prior to Gale's beginning his professional career. Rosenberg took over the Commando Cus parody film series from Gale and wrote and directed the third film in the series, Commando Cus vs. Kung Fu Killers in 1973. At the time of his death from carbon monoxide poisoning in Wentzville, Missouri he had written and was filming what was intended to be the fourth film in the series, The 100% All-Beef Doom.

Rosenberg had been a Libertarian Party candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Missouri in the 1980s, and also was a member of the Church of the Sub-Genius.


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