FLESH trilogy, where she again served as the producer, cinematographer and co-writer. The 1970s proved no less exciting as the Findlays attached themselves to one of the most controversial films of the decade, SNUFF (1976). The rest of the decade saw Roberta abandoning the world of softcore for the fertile fields of hardcore pornography, where she produced and directed over a twenty XXX films. Sadly, the decade ended with the death of Michael (by then her ex-husband) during the infamous Pan Am helicopter accident in New York City.
Roberta continued kicking out adult films under various pseudonyms into the 1980s before journeying into the R-rated exploitation field with an action picture (TENEMENT ) and several horror pictures (THE ORACLE , BLOOD SISTERS , LURKERS , and PRIME EVIL ). She had one final cinematic trick up her sleeve though as she ended her eccentric career with something she had never done before – a flat out comedy in BANNED. And this may have been a bad thing as the film has still not been released.
|Your reviewer at this point|
"Ashes to ashes, flush to flush."
As of today, BANNED is still unavailable anywhere. I can’t really say the world is missing too much. Here is the film’s trailer, which is about as close as you can get (and would ever want to get) to the film.