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Corey Haim obtained his license during the production to enable him to shoot the driving scenes!
In the scene when Corey Haim's Les Anderson is driving his mom to the hospital backwards, they actually built a replica of the car with the engine in the trunk and a steering wheel coming out of the backseat.
Haim was the first of the two to be sexually assaulted, though he didn’t recognize at the time that he was being abused.
Haim, then just 14, arrived on the set of “The Lost Boys” thinking that pleasuring older men was just what a young boy did.
Feldman was close to passing out from mononucleosis, but roused himself to do blow with Haim and two older men he identifies as Ron Crimson and Tony Burnham. “If it wasn’t the first time Haim had experimented with cocaine, it was definitely one of the first,” writes Feldman.
“That knowledge has been exceedingly difficult to live with, knowing that I helped influence his drug use and, ultimately, unwittingly contributed to my best friend’s demise.” What makes the scene even more sordid in retrospect is that the teen boys were sharing the night, and the blow, with their abusers, Ron and Tony.
They went on to star together in “License to Drive” and “Dream and a Little Dream,” but as drug abuse and the damage of sexual exploitation took its toll, their fame faded.
Haim died of pneumonia in 2010, his 38-year-old body wrecked after 15 stints in rehab to combat his devastating addiction to drugs.
Feldman, 42, writes about the guilt he still feels on being there the night Haim may have been introduced to cocaine.
And when Haim suddenly came on to him sexually, Feldman was appalled.
Here's what they had to say: costar and ex-girlfriend: "I am very saddened at the news of Corey's death and that he was unable to overcome the demons he so deeply struggled with. Our thoughts and prayers are out to his friends and family and his mom, Judy Haim.May he finally be in peace."• Todd Bridges, guest star: "Corey Haim was a good friend of mine and he will be missed. He was very optimistic, he was helping his mom, who was sick, and was very optimistic that she would be OK and was very optimistic about his career. It was [our] biggest fear that it would just become too much and he would fall off for good... His passion was acting—in front of the camera or on stage—he wanted to do it."• Troy Searer, executive producer: "I was deeply saddened by the news of Corey's passing.