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Doris Wishman was an American film director, screenwriter and producer. She is credited with having directed and produced at least thirty feature films during a career spanning over four decades, most notably in the sexploitation film genre. Film critic Joe Bob Briggs described Wishman as "The greatest female exploitation film director in history."
June 1, 1912, New York City, New York,
August 10, 2002
1961 Diary of a NudistWriter, Director, and Marie / Waving Woman (uncredited) 1961 Nude on the MoonProducer, Director, Writer, and Lady in Parking Lot 1962 Blaze Starr Goes NudistProducer, Director, and Meg (uncredited) 1964 Behind the Nudist CurtainProducer, Director, and Writer 1965 Bad Girls Go to HellStory, Screenplay, Director, and Producer 1966 Another Day, Another ManWriter and Director 1968 Indecent DesiresDirector and Writer 1971 Love ToyDirector 1972 Keyholes Are for PeepingDirector and Mrs. Bebble (voice) (uncredited) 1974 Deadly WeaponsDirector and Producer 1974 Double Agent 73Writer and Director 1975 The Immoral ThreeDirector 1977 Let Me Die a WomanProducer, Writer, and Director 1983 A Night to DismemberDirector, Producer, and Editor 2001 Schlock! The Secret History of American MoviesHerselfLimited to the 15 most popular items