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Jack Hill grew up around movies - his father was a designer for the Disney studios and Warner Brothers. He went to the University of California to study film, where he was a classmate of Francis Ford Coppola - they worked together on student productions and later both apprenticed with Roger Corman, working on The Terror (1963). While Coppola went ... See full bio »
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 1982 Sorceress (uncredited)
 1980 Death Ship (story)
 1979 City on Fire (writer)
 1978 The Bees (uncredited)
 1975 Switchblade Sisters (story)
 1974 The Swinging Cheerleaders (as Jane Witherspoon)
 1974 Foxy Brown (written by)
 1973 The Woman Hunt (story)
 1973 Coffy (written by)
 1972 The Big Bird Cage (written by)
 1971 Isle of the Snake People (screenplay)
 1970 Higher and Higher (uncredited)
 1969 Pit Stop (writer)
 1968 House of Evil (writer)
 1968 Fear Chamber (writer)
 1966 Mondo Keyhole
 1966 Blood Bath
 1963 Dementia 13 (second unit writer)
 1963 The Terror (screenplay)
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Brian Stuart | Jane Witherspoon
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[on making 1970s 'blaxplotation' films] You were working on pictures that the industry had nothing but contempt for. There was a lot of racism in the industry, a lot of it was under the surface, but it was here. And the executives at the studios really had contempt for the audience they were making movies for. It was an uphill struggle to try to do anything really good.

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After working with Jack Nicholson in The Terror (1963) he classed Jack as a terrible actor, but when he saw him in The Little Shop of Horrors (1960) he rethought his opinion - Jack had just been miscast in Roger Corman films. See more »

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