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Jack Bravman

Jack Bravman grew up in a Jewish neighborhood in the Bronx in the 1940's. Bravman was raised by neighbors after his blood parents gave him up for adoption and attended Taft High School in the Bronx. Jack developed an interest in film from a cousin who worked as a projectionist at a drive-in theatre in Bangor, Maine. Moreover, Bravman watched a ... See full bio »

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Known For

The King Producer
(1968)
(1973)
The Ballers Producer
(1969)
(1975)

Filmography

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 1991 Voodoo Dolls (producer)
 1988 The Carpenter (producer)
 1987 Mind Benders (executive producer: Gold-Gems)
 1987 The Honey Drippers (Video) (producer - as J. Angel Martine)
 1987 Zombie Nightmare (producer)
 1986 Miami Vice Girls (Video) (producer - as J. Angel Martine)
 1986 Sexstyles of the Rich and Famous (Video) (producer - as J. Angel Martine)
 1985 A Passage thru Pamela (executive producer - as J. Angel Martini)
 1985 Bimbo (Video) (producer - as J. Angel Martini)
 1985 Eatin' Alive (producer - as J. Angel Martini)
 1985 Girl Busters (producer - as J. Angel Martini)
 1985 Lady Madonna (producer - as J. Angel Martiene)
 1984/II Tongue 'n Cheek (producer - as J. Angel Martine)
 1983 Daddy's Little Girls (producer - as J. Angel Martine)
 1983 Private Schoolgirls (producer - as J. Angel Martine)
 1982 Blue Jeans (producer - as J. Angel Martine)
 1981 Dallas Schoolgirls (producer - as Seamon Louche)
 1981 Wild Innocents (producer - as J. Angel Martine)
 1981 Velvet High (producer - as J. Angel Martine)
 1980 Honey Throat (producer - as J. Angel Martine)
 1979 Summertime Blue (producer - as J. Angel Martine)
 1979 Hot Child in the City (producer - as J. Angel Martine)
 1978 Here Comes the Bride (producer - as J. Angel Martine)
 1978 Swedish Sorority Girls (producer - as J. Angel Martine)
 1978 High School Bunnies (producer - as J. Angel Martine)
 1977 French-Teen (producer - uncredited)
 1977 French Classmates (producer)
 1976 The Night of the Spanish Fly (producer)
 1976 The Honeymooners (producer)
 1976 French Schoolgirls (producer - as Phillipe Le Claire)
 1975 The Wetter the Better (producer)
 1975 Snuff (producer - archive footage, uncredited)
 1973 All in the Sex Family (producer - as Seaman Losch)
 1973 Burning Desires (producer - as J. Angel Martine)
 1971 The Slaughter (producer)
 1971 Vice Versa! (producer)
 1970 Janie (producer)
 1970 Take My Head (producer)
 1969 All Night Rider (producer)
 1969 Crack-Up (producer)
 1969 More Head (producer - as Wizard Glick)
 1969 Roommates Sociable (producer - as Wizard Glick)
 1969 Moonlighting Secretaries (producer)
 1969 Everything for Everybody (producer)
 1969 The Ballers (producer - as Wizard Glick)
 1969 Meet the Sex (producer)
 1968 Blonde on a Bum Trip (producer)
 1968 The King (producer - as Wizard Glick)
 1968 Sex Family Robinson (producer)
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Show Show Writer (2 credits)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Looney Bear | Eric George | Wizard Glick | Phillipe Le Claire | Seaman Losch | Seamon Louche | J. Angel Martiene | J. Angel Martine | J. Angel Martinez | J. Angel Martini | Allen Morse
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Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

Those days in the 1960's through to the 1980's were great. It was like a dream for me. I couldn't believe what I was doing. I was young, driving a Mercedes, living in Manhattan, surrounded by pretty girls ... it was a great life. We'd shoot a film in a couple of days, then we'd have a couple of weeks off. What more can I say?

Trivia:

A recent biography of porn star John Holmes claims that Martine was merely a pseudonym used by filmmaker Roberta Findlay, but there is no evidence to support that claim, and it doesn't take into account Martine's acting credit (a male actor) in one film, nor his production manager credit in Findlay's "Angel No. 9", where she is already credited as writer-director and would not have been the ... See more »

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