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08/08/2013 02:34 pm ET Updated Aug 08, 2013

Roger Corman On Jack Nicholson: 'I Felt That He Was Going To Be A Star'

Roger Corman was a guest with HuffPost Live host Ricky Camilleri on Wednesday afternoon, and the 87-year-old filmmaker shared some stories about Jack Nicholson. The acclaimed, three-time Oscar winner got his start as an actor in the Corman production "The Cry Baby Killer" and frequently worked with Corman throughout the 1960s. "I felt that he was going to be star," Corman, who also helped launch the careers of Francis Ford Coppola, Martin Scorsese, Ron Howard and James Cameron, said.

Watch Corman discuss Nicholson in the clip above.

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