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Doris Wishman

Doris Wishman (1912 -- 2002) was an American exploitation director most well-known for making trashy low-budget productions starring well-endowed women. She began her career making modest nudist films in the early 1960s, but soon became a prolific director of sexy thrillers, comedies and horror movies, all in a field that was predominately male. After her career faded out in the late '70s, she eventually returned to directing late in life after her work developed a serious cult following.

Filmography

Each Time I Kill (2007)
Satan Was a Lady (2001)
Let Me Die a Woman (1977)
The Immoral Three (1975)
Deadly Weapons (1974)
Keyholes Are for Peeping (1972)
Bad Girls Go to Hell (1965)
Behind the Nudist Curtain (1964)
Nude on the Moon (1961)

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Is Today Doris Wishman’s Birthday?
I’m seeing two dates listed online for Doris Wishman’s birthday. Both are in 1912, but some sources — e.g. IMDB and Wikipedia — give today, June 1, as her birthday, while others — e.g. Senses of Cinema — give it as July 23.