Was a combat photographer during World War II
Worked in industrial film in the San Francisco area
Was a still photographer for "Guys and Dolls"
Worked as a still photographer on "Giant"
Shot pin-ups for <i>Playboy</i>
Directed first feature, "The Immortal Mr. Teas"; the film cost $24,000 and grossed $1 million
Helmed "Eve and the Handyman", starring then-wife Eve Meyer; also directed the erotic anthology "Eroticon"
Directed the erotic feature "Heavenly Bodies"
Helmed the cult classic "Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!" starring Tura Satana as one of a trio of buxom brutes wreaking havoc on a desert road trip
Had producer, director, editor, director of photography and story credits for the erotic melodrama "Good Morning, and Goodbye!", a story about a wealthy farmer and his dissatisfied young wife
Was director, producer, screenwriter and editor of the menage a trois feature "Cherry, Harry and Raquel"
Signed deal with 20th Century Fox
Directed the psychedelic sex romp "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls", scripted by Roger Ebert
Was producer, director, screenwriter and second unit camera operator for the campy adventure "Blacksnake!"
Produced, directed, wrote and was cinematographer of "Super Vixens"
Directed, produced and edited the erotic comedy "Up!"
Helmed his last feature to date, "Beneath the Valley of the Ultravixens"; was also producer, screenwriter and featured in a cameo role
Had a cameo as a video salesman in a Jon Landis-directed segment of the 1987 comedy anthology "Amazon Women on the Moon"