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Dad Made Dirty Movies (2011)

Chronicles Stephen C. Apostolof's rise from Eastern-European fugitive to producer and director of sexploitation films in the 60's and 70's, his turbulent relationship with infamous Ed Wood and his downfall in the late 70's with advent of hardcore pornography.

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Don Andersen ...
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Susan Apostolof ...
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Polly Apostolof ...
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Steve Apostolof ...
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Christopher Apostolof ...
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Shelly Apostolof ...
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Harvey Shain ...
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Greg Goodsell ...
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Rudolph Grey ...
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Nadejda Klein ...
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Chronicles Stephen C. Apostolof's rise from Eastern-European fugitive to producer and director of sexploitation films in the 60's and 70's, his turbulent relationship with infamous Ed Wood and his downfall in the late 70's with advent of hardcore pornography.

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17 February 2011 (Germany)  »

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A.C. Stephens - Der König der Schmuddelfilme  »

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Ordinary family documentary on Sexploitation producer.
9 December 2011 | by See all my reviews

This one follows the life of Bulgarian sixties "Sexploitation" film maker Stephen C. Aposterof, who made his way to the 'States via Paris and Canada and managed to get Republic interested in his anti-Communist film, launching him on a career of sixteen millimeter nudie movies of which ORGY OF THE DEAD is the best known. The arrival of 35mm. hard core wiped him out.

Lots of clips, with well shaped near naked young women, are interspersed with home movies and interviews with family members and associates, including Ted V. Michels. There's also accounts of working with Ed Wood who Aposterof's son feels got all the so bad glory that his dad should have shared.

They make the man sound like the prototype of the Burt Reynolds character in BOOGIE NIGHTS.


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