Michael Findlay (I) (1937–1977)


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Film-maker Michael Findlay was killed in a helicopter accident on the roof of the (then) Pan Am Building in New York city. On his way to John F Kennedy airport to connect with a Paris-bound flight, Findlay was planning to demonstrate his new 3-D camera to potential backers in France. Findlay and three other passengers were about to board the ... See full bio »

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(1967)
(1968)
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Funk Director
(1976)

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 1977 Christopher Street Blues (as Francis Ellie)
 1977 Point Me Toward Tomorrow (as Francis Ellie)
 1976 Funk (as Jullian Marsh)
 1976 Kiss Today Goodbye (as Francis Ellie)
 1976 Michael, Angelo and David (as Francis Ellie)
 1975 Snuff (archive footage, uncredited)
 1974 Shriek of the Mutilated (as Mike Findlay)
 1971 The Slaughter
 1971 Vice Versa!
 1970 Take My Head
 1969 Crack-Up
 1969 Mnasidika
 1969 The Ultimate Degenerate (as Julian Marsh)
 1968 A Thousand Pleasures (as Julian Marsh)
 1968 The Kiss of Her Flesh (as Julian Marsh)
 1968 The Curse of Her Flesh (as Julian Marsh)
 1967 The Touch of Her Flesh (as Julian Marsh)
 1966 Take Me Naked (as Julian Marsh)
 1965 Satan's Bed (uncredited)
 1964 Body of a Female (as Julian Marsh)
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Alternate Names:

A. Bochin | Michael Crane | Francis Ellie | Douglas Fenway | Michael Fenway | Mike Fenway | Mike Findlay | Richard Jennings | Julian Marsh | Julien Marsh | Jullian Marsh | Oscar Riva | Robert West | Robert Wester | Robert Wuesterwurst

Height:

6' 2" (1.88 m)
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Trivia:

For the film Funk (1976) he invented a new portable 3-D camera. When he was killed in the helicopter accident he was on his way to Paris to meet potential financial backers of the camera, and was holding a test model of his invention.

Star Sign:

Virgo

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