Director | Camera Department | Writer
His wife Dorothy Provine was a supporting actress who appeared in movies like It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World (1963) and The Great Race (1965) and did much TV work in the 1960s. She retired from the screen after their marriage.
[on the virtues of low-budget filmmaking] That's the interesting thing that happens with these low-budget movies--that's why so often directors make their best movies when they don't have that much money. They have to use their imaginations instead.
Robert Frederick Day
Sheen, England, UK
Bainbridge Island, Washington, USA