British Mandate of Palestine (now Israel)
|Spouse(s)||Camille Keaton (1979-1982)|
He was the director of I Spit On Your Grave aka Day of the Woman (1978), which starred Camille Keaton, to whom he was married. He married again at an unknown date and was still married as of 2010.  He also directed, produced and wrote Don't Mess with My Sister! (1985). In 2010, he co-produced the remake of I Spit on Your Grave.
- Art Ettinger, "Day of Meir Zarchi," Ultra Violent (USA), Iss. 9, pg. 48-65, 2007.
- Jeffrey Frentzen, "Fangoria" (USA) I Spit on Your Grave Vol. 3, Iss. 39, pg. 14-18, 1984.
- "DVD Monthly Interview" - "I Spit On Your Grave" UK Blu-Ray 'Ultimate Collector's Edition' release, 101 Films
- Meir Zarchi at the Internet Movie Database
- Meir Zarchi at AllRovi
- Interview with Andrew Kirkham on Zarchi's role in remastering ISOYG
- 2011 Interview with Zarchi
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