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All posts tagged "William Grefé"
“The Naked Zoo”: One of Rita Hayworth’s last movies was a sex, drugs & crime-filled sleazefest filmed in “psychedelic color”
William Grefé’s The Naked Zoo — filmed as The Grove in 1969 but not distributed in the U.S. for another two years, opening in Lima, Ohio, on May 12, 1971 — is memorable for being the penultimate...
- Posted January 5, 2017
“The Psychedelic Priest”: William Grefé’s 1971 film about a priest’s journey of self-discovery among hippies, heroin and hatred
In 1971, Florida-based independent filmmaker William Grefé came to Southern California to direct a film written by his friend, producer “Terry” Merrill, who had no script and no money — he had about $100,000’s worth of trading...
- Posted October 4, 2016