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Lee Frost (I) (1935–2007)

Lee Frost rates highly as one of the best, most talented and versatile filmmakers in the annals of exploitation cinema. Frost was born on August 14, 1935, in Globe, Arizona. He grew up in Glendale, California, and Oahu, Hawaii. He eventually wound up in Hollywood, where he started his career making TV commercials for the studio Telepics. Frost made... See full bio »

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Known For

Chain Gang Women Director
(1971)
Policewomen Director
(1974)
The Pick-Up Director
(1968)
(1974)

Filmography

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 1995 Private Obsession (Video)
 1980 Sweet Dreams, Suzan (as Leoni Valentino)
 1979 Sweet Captive (as Leoni Valentino)
 1974 A Climax of Blue Power (as F.C. Perl)
 1974 Poor Cecily (as F.C. Perl)
 1974 Policewomen
 1972 Slaves in Cages: 'Slaver i bure' (as Carl Borch)
 1972 Two for the Money (as Robert Lee)
 1971 Zero in and Scream (as Les Emerson)
 1970 Ride Hard, Ride Wild (as Elov Peterssons)
 1969 Love Camp 7 (as R.L. Frost)
 1969 The Captives (as Carl Borch)
 1969 Witchcraft '70 (Documentary) (additional sequences, uncredited)
 1969 The Scavengers (as R.L. Frost)
 1968 The Pick-Up (as R.L. Frost)
 1968 Hot Spur (as R.L. Frost)
 1968 The Animal (as R.L. Frost)
 1966 The Forbidden (Documentary) (US version)
 1966 Mondo Bizarro (Documentary) (uncredited)
 1966 Love Is a Four Letter Word (as R.L. Frost)
 1966 Mondo Freudo (Documentary) (as R.L. Frost)
 1965 The Defilers (as R.L. Frost)
 1963 Hollywood's World of Flesh (Documentary) (as R.L. Frost)
 1962 House on Bare Mountain (as R.L. Frost)
 1962 Surftide 77 (as R.L. Frost)
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Alternate Names:

Carl Borch | Karl Borch | Les Emerson | R.L. Frost | Robert L. Frost | David Kane | David Kayne | Robert Lee | F.C. Perl | Elov Peterssons | Leoni Valentino
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[on John Alderman] Johnny was a good guy. He was just a wonderful, cooperative, sweet fellow. He did a lot of work for a lot of good people--he was a stock player for Dave Friedman [David F. Friedman], I know. See more »

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