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"It may be said that [Radley] Metzger-the-distributor is as much an auteur as Metzger-the-director, since he would often spend months re-editing (and occasionally re-shooting) a foreign film for the American market." --"Aristocrat of the Erotic" (1973) by Richard Corliss.

"Dark Odyssey was my introduction to Janus Films. I called and asked if they wanted to distribute the film. This is how I met Ava Leighton, who became the general sales manager for Audubon. I did all the trailers and whatever re-editing they had to do." --Radley Metzger interviewed by Jay Kent Lorenz, Psychotronic Video No. 17, Winter 1994

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Audubon Films was Radley Metzger's film distribution company founded in 1960.

List of films distributed via Audubon

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