Cut movie trailers at Janus Films
Early film credit as assistant director to William Kyriakis on "Guerilla Girl"
Co-directed with Kyriakis the the low-budget drama "Dark Odyssey"; independently distributed it himself; set a record for lowest gross at the theater where it debuted
Edited the Walter Matthau-helmed film "The Gangster Story"
Formed Audobon Films with Ava Leighton in the 1960s
Distributed the European features "I Spit on Your Grave" (1959) and "I, a Woman" (1966)
Went to the Supreme Court fighting a censorship battle over distribution of the Italian film "The Libertine" (1968)
Returned to directing with "The Dirty Girls"
Was editor of the horror film "The Flesh Eaters"
Directed his first color film, "Carmen, Baby"
Converted the French national monument Abbey of Royaumont into a girls school, the setting of his acclaimed "Therese and Isabelle"
Directed "Camille 2000" in Italy
Produced and directed the popular soft-core feature "The Lickerish Quartet"
Helmed the visually arresting bisexual erotic comedy "Score"
Under the pseudonym Henry Paris, moved into more hardcore territory, directing "The Private Afternoons of Pamela Mann"
Directed the long-running X-rated feature "The Opening of Misty Beethoven" (credited as Henry Paris)
Wrote and directed the mystery comedy "The Cat and the Canary"
Directed "The Princess and the Call Girl"; also wrote screenplay; aired on the Playboy Channel on cable