Ray Harrison was an American filmmaker who signed some of his earlier films as Connie B. de Mille. He was a part of the 1960s underground film collective Gay Girls Riding Club, a group of gay men – some of them members of the industry -, who spoofed Hollywood movies in a series of elaborate amateur films. Rarely seen today, these films, made at a time when gay lives were universally portrayed as tragic in film, remain a unique document of a pre-Stonewall affirmative gay identity.
1972 - All About Alice (Feature Film)
1969 - Les Boys (Short Film)
1967 - The Spy on the Fly (Short Film)
1963 - The Roman Springs on Mrs. Stone (Short Film)
1963 - What Really Happened to Baby Jane (Short Film)
1962 - Suddenly, Last Sunday (Short Film)
1962 - Always on Sunday (Short Film)