|Also Known As: ||
||September 8, 1993
||November 27, 1922
||Cause of Death:
||complications following hip surgery
||Kansas City, Missouri, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Moved to Los Angeles
Founded Hall Bartlett Productions; produced first film, "Navajo" (also acted)
First screenplay filmed, and first of three films made featuring football player-turned-actor Elroy "Crazylegs" Hirsch, "Crazylegs", a biopic with Hirsch playing himself
Directed first film, "Unchained" (also produced and wrote)
Produced, directed and adapted the screenplay (from Richard Bach's best-seller) of his best-known film, "Jonathan Livingston Seagull"
Wrote, produced and directed last film, "Comeback"; film later received attention in the press when Bartlett and producer-star Michael Landon publicly argued over who should take credit for what; film also aired as a TV-movie under the title, "Love Is Forever"