Flying through Hollywood by the seat of my pants: from the man who brought you I was a teenage werewolf and Muscle beach party
The Hollywood director responsible for I Was a Teenage Werewolf, Dressed to Kill, and many other films great and small shares his experiences with Bette Davis, Federico Fellini, Annette Funicello, and many others.
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FLYING THROUGH HOLLYWOOD BY THE SEAT OF MY PANTSUser Review - Kirkus
Brisk but too tasteful autobiography of cheapo independent filmmaker Arkoff, and a catalogue of the dreck he has dredged—much of which was lively and likable. Cigar-puffing Arkoff focuses here on ... Read full review
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American International Pictures (AIP), founded by the author and James Nicholson in 1954, produced a succession of remarkable low-budget movies in the following decades. Targeting the youth market ... Read full review