Fanny Hill (1964 film)
Fanny Hill is a 1964 American – West German historical comedy film directed by Russ Meyer and starring Letícia Román, Miriam Hopkins and Ulli Lommel. Filmed at the Spandau Studios in Berlin, the film is an adaptation of the 1748 John Cleland novel of the same name.
|Music by||Erwin Halletz|
|Edited by||Alfred Srp|
|Box office||$1 million net|
Russ Meyer was hired to make the film by Albert Zugsmith, the first time he had directed for a producer who was not himself. According to Roger Ebert, Meyer "found Zugsmith difficult to work with, the German backers of the film unreliable, and the shooting conditions all but impossible."
"The only thing that got me through at all," said Meyer, "was working with Miriam Hopkins, who was our star. The two of us pulled that picture through somehow. I told her once that it was remarkable how much she knew about making a picture, and she reminded me that, after all, she had once been married to Fritz Lang."
- Flynn, Charles; McCarthy, Todd (1975). "Albert Zugmsith". In Flynn, Charles; McCarthy, Todd (eds.). Kings of the Bs : working within the Hollywood system : an anthology of film history and criticism. E. P. Dutton. p. 424.
- RUSS MEYER: King of the Nudies Ebert, Roger. Film Comment; New York Vol. 9, Iss. 1, (Jan/Feb 1973): 35-46.
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