This man has been called "The King of the B Movies", and for good reason. He started out making movies in the Fifties that included The Day The World Ended, Creature from the Haunted Sea, Invasion of the Saucer Men, A Bucket of Blood, and the original Little Shop of Horrors. He then went on to make a successful series of horror movies based on the works of Edgar Allen Poe, starring Vincent Price, as well as counterculture dramas like The Wild Angels and The Trip. He stopped directing movies and instead formed New World Pictures, which produced some of the best movies of the Seventies and also sheparded the careers of such up-and-coming talents as Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola, Ron Howard and Jonathan Demme. Who is this legendary figure who still remains an inspiration to filmmakers everywhere?