Co-produced "Cat's Eye" written by Stephen King
Co-produced Stephen King's "Sometimes They Come Back" a CBS TV-movie
During World War II wrote technical training films, edited films at the Signal Corps Photographic Center and edited a camp newspaper
Produced "Maximum Overdrive", Stephen King's debut as a writer-director
Produced "The Martian Chronicles", the NBC miniseries of the Ray Bradbury book
Produced "The Monster Club" starring Vincent Price, John Carradine, and Donald Pleasence
Produced (with Rosenberg) "The Birthday Party", written by Harold Pinter from his play and directed by William Friedkin
Produced and wrote TV series, "Junior Science"
Began writing and directing live programs for pioneering TV stations in NYC and Schenectady
Feature debut: wrote, co-produced, and composed nine songs for "Rock, Rock, Rock" which featured the debut of the 13-year old Tuesday Weld; like his next two films, "Jamboree" (another rock'n'roll quickie) and "The Last Mile" (a prison remake starring Mickey Rooney), was financed by Max J. Rosenberg who became his partner
Produced famous children's film, "Lad: A Dog"
Wrote and produced (with Rosenberg) "I, Monster", an adaptation of Stevenson's "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" that was begun in a 3-D process that was abandoned during production
Wrote scripts for TV programs such as "Lights Out", "Danger", "Suspense", "The Clock", and "Mr. I. Magination" in the early 1950s
After the war, worked for theater producer Billy Rose on his syndicated column
Co-produced and co-directed the compilation feature, "The World of Abbott & Costello"
Moved to England and produced "Horror Hotel" (aka "City of the Dead") from his original story
Produced "It's Trad, Dad", Richard Lester's directorial debut
Produced (with Rosenberg) "Scream and Scream Again" which featured three major horror stars, Vincent Price, Peter Cushing, and Christopher Lee
Wrote and co-produced with Max J. Rosenberg an anthology horror film "Dr. Terror's House of Horrors", the first of many horror, science fiction, and fantasy features made by their Amicus Productions company
Produced (with Rosenberg) "Dr. Who and the Daleks", the first feature film spin-off from the popular British TV series
Split up with Rosenberg/Amicus to form his own production company, Sword & Sorcery
Wrote and produced (with Rosenberg) Amicus's biggest hit, "Tales from the Crypt", an anthology horror film based on the comic-book of the same name