Paul Morrissey  

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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.

Paul Morrissey (born February 23, 1938 in New York City) is an American film director.

Paul Morrissey became associated with Andy Warhol, who inspired a new, more bold, avant-garde and provocative direction in Morrissey's filmmaking.

Joe Dallesandro frequently starred in Morrissey's films.


  • Spike Of Bensonhurst 1988 - Director and Writer
  • Beethoven's Nephew 1985 - Director and Writer
  • Mixed Blood 1985 - Director and Writer
  • Forty Deuce 1982 - Director and Screenplay
  • Madame Wang's 1981 - Director, Writer, Cinematography
  • Hound Of The Baskervilles 1978 - Director and Writer
  • Blood for Dracula 1974 (a.k.a Andy Warhol's Dracula) - Director and Writer
  • Flesh for Frankenstein (1973) (a.k.a Andy Warhol's Frankenstein) - Director and Writer. in 3D
  • Heat 1972 (a.k.a "Andy Warhol's Heat")- Director, Writer, Cinematography, Producer
  • Women In Revolt 1972 - Director, Writer, Cinematography, Editor, Producer
  • L'amour 1972 - Director, Writer, Producer
  • Trash 1970 (a.k.a "Andy Warhol's Trash") - Director, Writer, Cinematography, Editor, Producer
  • Flesh 1968 (a.k.a "Andy Warhol's Flesh") - Director, Writer, Cinematography, Producer
  • Lonesome Cowboys 1968 - Director, Writer, Editor, Producer
  • Imitation Of Christ 1967 - Director and Cinematography
  • The Loves Of Ondine 1967 - Director and Writer
  • Chelsea Girls 1966 - Director and Cinematography

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