Howard Ziehm’s life is the stuff of legend: he is an M.I.T. whiz kid, folk music-loving hippie, and sexual outlaw who was instrumental in the invention of the adult film industry. He’s best known for producing the cult science fantasy classic film Flesh Gordon.
Writing credits include Golf in the Comics, a coffee table book featuring a forward by Bob Hope as well as the self-help audio series World Builders for Random House. His generous lease provided Los Angeles film aficionados the New Beverly Cinema, which featured classic domestic and foreign films. After owning it for 30 years, he recently sold it to Quentin Tarantino. Howard resides in Malibu, California with his wife Judith and their pack of rescue dogs. He’s currently writing a noir political satire titled Little Herman’s Inferno.
The Adventures of an Adult Film Pioneer
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