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After completing the direction of his horror film Terror-Creatures from the Grave (1965), he was unsatisfied with the final result, and allowed the film's producer, Ralph Zucker, to take the director's credit instead. This has led people to confuse Pupillo and Zucker for one another, and when Zucker died in 1982, some thought that Pupillo had died...

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 1970 Love: The Great Unknown (as Max Hunter)
 1967 Django Kills Softly (as Max Hunter)
 1965 La vendetta di Lady Morgan (as Max Hunter)
 1965 Bloody Pit of Horror (as Max Hunter)
 1965 Terror-Creatures from the Grave (as Ralph Zucker)
 1961 Gli amici dell'isola (Short)
 1961 Teddy, l'orsacchiotto vagabondo (Documentary)
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 1970 Love: The Great Unknown (as Max Hunter)
 1964 Primitive Love (story - as D.M. Pupillo)
 1971 Paid in Blood (director: english version - as Ralph Zucker)
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Max Hunter | D.M. Pupillo | Ralph Zucker
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Trivia:

After completing the direction of his horror film Terror-Creatures from the Grave (1965), he was unsatisfied with the final result, and allowed the film's producer, Ralph Zucker, to take the director's credit instead. This has led people to confuse Pupillo and Zucker for one another, and when Zucker died in 1982, some thought that Pupillo had died, which is incorrect.

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