Described as "The King of the B's," Roger Corman built a reputation for making films quickly and cheaply — as a director, he'd complete films in only 10 days. In the case of 1960's "The Little Shop of Horrors," he shot it in two.
By 2006, the maverick filmmaker had amassed a staggering 377 producing credits over the past half-century, according to the Internet Movie Database.
"That would be roughly right," Corman affirmed. "Probably it would be a little more than that because sometimes I do co-productions, or I work with younger people in the office. I give them the credit because I don't need one more credit which could help a younger person."
[He received an honorary Oscar in 2009.]