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Bivouac in the Ozarks, a 16mm short, was his first film as cinematographer for the 166th Signal Photo Company - the Army unit he was serving in then - directed by Ted Sizer.
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I don't pretend to be some kind of sensitive artist. Give me a movie where a car crashes into a building and the driver gets stabbed by a bosomy blonde, who gets carried away by a dwarf musician. Films should run like express trains!
Famous for his breast fetish, Meyer would often cast women in their first trimester of pregnancy as their breasts would have ballooned even further. He also had a dislike for augmented breasts and would not be featured in his films until Beneath the Valley of the Ultra-Vixens (1979).
Often collaborated with Roger Ebert.
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