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Heir to a baking fortune (his grandfather allegedly invented white bread), Benz was associated with a variety of socially conscious organizations including the MUSE Foundation (producer of the "No Nukes" documentary/concert feature) before turning to writing and directing. He made the Ed Asner-narrated "Americas In Transition" (1981; 30 mins), about US involvemnt in Latin America, and debuted as a feature director with "Heavy Petting" (1988), which used interviews and 1950s film clips to take a light-hearted look at the sexual mores of that decade.

Heir to a baking fortune (his grandfather allegedly invented white bread), Benz was associated with a variety of socially conscious organizations including the MUSE Foundation (producer of the "No Nukes" documentary/concert feature) before turning to writing and directing. He made the Ed Asner-narrated "Americas In Transition" (1981; 30 mins), about US involvemnt in Latin America, and debuted as a feature director with "Heavy Petting" (1988), which used interviews and 1950s film clips to take a light-hearted look at the sexual mores of that decade.

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DIRECTOR:

1.
  Where Angels Go ... Trouble Follows! (1968) Assistant Director
2.
  In Cold Blood (1967) Assistant Director
3.
  Don't Make Waves (1967) Assistant Director
4.
  The Appaloosa (1966) Assistant Director
5.
  Let's Kill Uncle (1966) Assistant Director
6.
  Love and Kisses (1965) Assistant Director
7.
  The Art of Love (1965) Assistant Director
8.
  The War Lord (1965) Assistant Director
9.
  Bullet for a Badman (1964) Assistant Director
10.
  The Lively Set (1964) Assistant Director

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