Lee H. Katzin
Lee H. Katzin was born on Apr 12, 1935 in USA. Lee H. Katzin's big-screen debut came with Fanfare for a Death Scene directed by Leslie Stevens in 1964.
Lee H. Katzin started directing features in the late 1960s. Turning to made-for-television movies, he became one of the busiest directors in that genre, churning out a slew of mostly routine fodder. Every so often, however, one would rise above the rest: Along Came a Spider (1970) is a tense, gritty murder mystery, and The Quest (1976) is a lively, beautifully shot, well paced and hugely enjoyable western, enlivened by rollicking performances from Brian Keith, Cameron Mitchell and Keenan Wynn.
BirthdayApr 12, 1935
Place of BirthDetroit, Michigan, USA
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