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Edward L. Montoro

Edward L. Montoro is probably one of the most notorious filmmakers in the motion picture industry. He had originally planned a career as an airline pilot, but that dream ended in 1968 when he was in a major plane crash. He decided to change career options from pilot to filmmaker. He founded Film Ventures International (FVI) in 1969, in Atlanta, ... See full bio »

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Known For

Pieces
Pieces Producer
(1982)
Boot Hill
Boot Hill Producer
(1969)
Day of the Animals
(1977)

Filmography

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 1993 Dark Friday (executive producer)
 1985 Torchlight (executive producer - US version)
 1984 The Act (executive producer - uncredited)
 1984 Mutant (executive producer)
 1984 Alley Cat (executive producer)
 1984 The Power (executive producer)
 1983 Extra Terrestrial Visitors (executive producer - US version)
 1983 Hundra (executive producer - as Eric Bruckner)
 1983/I Mortuary (executive producer - uncredited)
 1982 Pieces (executive producer - US version)
 1982 Vigilante (executive producer - uncredited)
 1982 Perdóname, amor (executive producer)
 1982 Splitz (presentation producer)
 1981 Texas Lightning (executive producer - uncredited)
 1981 Kill and Kill Again (executive producer)
 1981 The Last Shark (executive producer)
 1980 Antropophagus (executive producer: Film Ventures International)
 1980 Cardiac Arrest (executive producer)
 1979 Don't Go in the House (executive producer)
 1979 Hometown U.S.A. (executive producer - uncredited)
 1979 The Dark (producer)
 1979 The Visitor (executive producer - uncredited)
 1979 Search and Destroy (executive producer - 1982 US version)
 1978 The Fifth Floor (executive producer - uncredited)
 1977 Day of the Animals (producer)
 1976 Karate Killer (executive producer)
 1976 Grizzly (executive producer)
 1974 Beyond the Door (producer)
 1973 Ricco (executive producer)
 1971 Secret Fantasy (producer - uncredited)
 1970 Getting Into Heaven (producer)
 1969 Boot Hill (executive producer)
 1968 Platinum Pussycat (producer)
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Eric Bruckner
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The days of the independent film are numbered. Independents are now going to have to product more of their own product to survive financially instead of relying on smaller distributors to pick up these films for release, now that television pay per view channels will want studio blockbusters. You have to spent at least $1 to $2 million to compete on any level at all.

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Son Michael Montoro works as a production assistant. See more »

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