From BBC Obit - "Meyer - nicknamed King Leer - produced, directed, wrote, edited and shot over 20 films, including the 1965 cult hit Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!
His trademarks were violence and busty women, though by modern standards his films featured little graphic sex.
His biggest success was 1970's Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, which Meyer co-wrote with film critic Roger Ebert.
Born in Oakland, California in March 1922, Russell Albion Meyer got his start in film when his mother, a… read more
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