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Director George Romero Plays 'Not My Job'

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Director George Romero Plays 'Not My Job'

Director George Romero Plays 'Not My Job'

Director George Romero Plays 'Not My Job'

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George Romero
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In honor of Halloween we're talking zombies with legendary movie director George Romero — how to recognize them, how to defend against them, and — since this is Public Radio — how to try to reason with them, and come to mutual understanding and respect.

Romero is the man behind Dawn of the Dead and Night of the Living Dead. He's made a career out of zombies and exploding brains and dismemberment, so we've invited him to play a gamed called "Bippity-boppityBRAAAAAINS!" Three questions about nice, cuddly Disney movies.