Roger Corman is easily one of the most prolific auteurs in the history of the film industry. Corman has produced or directed nearly 300 films to date. He began directing in 1955, sometimes churning out as many as eight films a year. He is best remembered for the cult classic The Little Shop of Horrors, which he shot in only two days, as well as a string of impressive Edgar Allen Poe adaptations which starred the late Vincent Price.
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