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Dan Sonney (1915–2002)

Dan Sonney was born on January 23, 1915. He was a producer, known for The Flesh Merchant (1956), My Tale Is Hot (1964) and A Virgin in Hollywood (1953). He was married to Margaret Sonney. He died on March 3, 2002 in Canoga Park, California, USA. See full bio »


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Known For

The Flesh Merchant
My Tale Is Hot
My Tale Is Hot Producer
A Virgin in Hollywood
Summer Camp
Summer Camp Producer


Hide Hide Show Show Producer (12 credits)
 1979 Summer Camp (executive producer)
 1970 Trader Hornee (producer - uncredited)
 1968 Space Thing (producer - uncredited)
 1966 The Notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill (producer - uncredited)
 1964 My Tale Is Hot (producer - as Seymour Tokus)
 1963 Knockers Up (producer - as A.J. Gaylord)
 1956 The Flesh Merchant (executive producer)
 1954 Can Can Follies (Documentary) (producer)
 1953 A Virgin in Hollywood (executive producer)
 1952 Love Moods (Short) (producer)
 1952 Striptease Girl (Documentary) (producer)
 1947 A Night at the Follies (producer)
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Alternate Names:

Sonny Dadd | A.J. Gaylord | Mr. Dan Sonney | Seymour Tokus

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Personal Quote:

We always shot a picture in three or four days. We were just the opposite of the big operations. They'll shoot something 20 times. Where we, if the first time didn't go, we'll take it a second. But never over three times. Never.


Started, with partner David F. Friedman, the Pussycat Theater chain of adult-film theaters. They sold it to Vince Miranda in 1968. See more »



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