Every year or so, Bud Cort gets a check in the mail for something like $11. The money is all he earns for having played a lead role in the beloved 1971 film "Harold and Maude." Cort says his paltry residual payment is the only thing that upsets him about the cult film, yet even this he seems to take in stride.
"I make more money every year for one scene as a fry cook in 'Heat' than I do for 'Harold and Maude,' " he says with a chuckle. "But it doesn't matter because you can't put a price on that. You really can't."
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