Henry Levin


Director
Henry Levin

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Scout's Honor (1980)
Director
Jamaican Gold (1979)
Director
Run For the Roses (1978)
Director
The Thoroughbreds (1977)
Director
That Man Bolt (1973)
Director
The Desperados (1969)
Director
Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die (1967)
Director
The Ambushers (1967)
Director
Murderers' Row (1966)
Director
Genghis Khan (1965)
Director
Honeymoon Hotel (1964)
Director
Come Fly with Me (1963)
Director
The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm (1962)
Director
If a Man Answers (1962)
Director
The Wonders of Aladdin (1961)
Director
Where the Boys Are (1960)
Director
The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker (1959)
Director
Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959)
Director
Holiday for Lovers (1959)
Director
A Nice Little Bank That Should Be Robbed (1958)
Director
April Love (1957)
Director
Bernardine (1957)
Director
Let's Be Happy (1957)
Director
The Lonely Man (1957)
Director
The Warriors (1955)
Director
The Gambler from Natchez (1954)
Director
Three Young Texans (1954)
Director
The Farmer Takes a Wife (1953)
Director
The President's Lady (1953)
Director
Mister Scoutmaster (1953)
Director
Belles on Their Toes (1952)
Director
Way of a Gaucho (1952)
Fill-In Director
Two of a Kind (1951)
Director
The Family Secret (1951)
Director
The Flying Missile (1951)
Director
The Petty Girl (1950)
Director
Convicted (1950)
Director
Jolson Sings Again (1950)
Director
Mr. Soft Touch (1949)
Director
And Baby Makes Three (1949)
Director
The Man from Colorado (1948)
Director
The Gallant Blade (1948)
Director
The Mating of Millie (1948)
Director
The Corpse Came C.O.D. (1947)
Director
The Guilt of Janet Ames (1947)
Director
The Bandit of Sherwood Forest (1946)
Director
Night Editor (1946)
Director
The Unknown (1946)
Director
The Devil's Mask (1946)
Director
The Return of Monte Cristo (1946)
Director
The Fighting Guardsman (1945)
Director
I Love a Mystery (1945)
Director
Two-Man Submarine (1944)
Dialogue Director
Sergeant Mike (1944)
Director
Dancing in Manhattan (1944)
Director
Cry of the Werewolf (1944)
Director
Klondike Kate (1943)
Dialogue Director
Appointment in Berlin (1943)
Dialogue Director

Cast (Feature Film)

The Big Show (1957)

Life Events

Photo Collections

Convicted - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
Convicted - Behind-the-Scenes Photos

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Movie Clip

Come Fly With Me (1963) - Cavitation Still on her first flight, Brewster (Pamela Tiffin) gets punked by Teddy (James Dobson), as Bergie (Lois Nettleton) meets Lucas (Karl Malden) and a drunk, and Donna (Dolores Hart) encounters the baron (Karl Boehm), Winsley (Hugh O'Brian) observing, plots taking off, in Come Fly With Me, 1963.
Come Fly With Me (1963) - Lafayette, We Are Here! Just de-planed at Orly, “Tex” Lucas (Karl Malden), having gained a phone number from flight attendant Bergie (Lois Nettleton), is surprised to be met by a private car, as the girls (Pamela Tiffin as kooky Carol, Dolores Hart as savvy Donna) catch a cab, and Paris appears, early in MGM’s Come Fly With Me, 1962.
Come Fly With Me (1963) - Polar Atlantic Racing through what would become Kennedy airport in New York, new flight attendant Brewster (Pamela Tiffin) meets friendly colleague "Bergie" (Lois Nettleton), less-so Donna (Dolores Hart) plus officers Winsley (Hugh O'Brian) and Shepherd (James Dobson), opening MGM's Come Fly With Me, 1963.
Ambushers, The (1967) - I've Got Relatives There Now in Acapulco, Dean Martin as photographer-playboy secret agent Matt Helm with Janice Rule as Sheila, the rescued formerly brainwashed astronaut helping him find her abductors, posing as newlyweds, observing the chopper arrival of villain Albert Salmi, when Francesca (Senta Berger) introduces herself, in the 3rd Helm feature, The Ambushers, 1967.
Ambushers, The (1967) - I Go Pretty Fast Little besides clever skimpy outfits for the first scene with Dean Martin in the lead role in the third film in the Matt Helm spy-spoof series, first with Linda Foster, then Janice Rule whom we saw captured and maybe-brainwashed in the opening, in The Ambushers 1967, also starring Senta Berger.
Murderers' Row (1966) - Code Name Eric Montage of secret agents being rubbed-out brings us to Matt Helm (Dean Martin), shooting "Miss January" (Corinne Cole) and nuzzling aide "Lovey" (Beverly Adams), early in Murderer's Row, 1966.
Murderers' Row (1966) - Open, Dream Has Come True With a neat shift from Lalo Schifrin music grooviness to evil-apocalyptic spy spoof, the opening of the 1966 "Matt Helm" feature Murderers' Row, starring Dean Martin, Ann-Margret and Karl Malden.
Murderers' Row (1966) - Not The Marrying Kind Spy Matt Helm, casing an apartment, doesn't notice some guy named Dean Martin singing "Not The Marrying Kind," (by Lalo Schifrin and Howard Greenfield) as Coco (Camilla Sparv), Wall (Karl Malden) and Suzie (Ann-Margret) are introduced, in Murderers' Row, 1966.
Convicted (1950) - Double Breasted Overstuffed Idiot Broderick Crawford is comfortable playing the well-meaning D-A Knowland, but not happy with the corporate lawyer Bradley (Roland Winters), defending an employee (Glenn Ford, not seen here) who accidentally killed a guy in a bar fight, early in director Henry Levin's Convicted, 1950.
Convicted (1950) - Murder Was Not Your Intent Glenn Ford as Joe who accidentally killed a big-shot’s son in a bar fight, gets sentenced as his lame employer-hired lawyer (Roland Winters) gets chewed out by the compassionate D-A Knowland (Broderick Crawford), Griff Barnett his sad father, Dorothy Malone, 13 years Crawford’s junior, as his daughter, Millard Mitchell the other convict on the train, in Convicted, 1950.
Convicted (1950) - They Call It Yammering Ex-D-A Knowland (Broderick Crawford) is unflappable on his first day as prison warden, ignoring head guard Douglas (Carl Benton Reid) and aide Mackay (Ed Begley), confronting his new charges including Tex (John Doucette) and Luigi (Peter Virgo), in Convicted, 1950, starring Glenn Ford.
Convicted (1950) - I Said Prosecute Not Persecute Glenn Ford as Joe, sent up for accidentally killing a guy in a bar fight, now in trouble for slugging a guard, with Broderick Crawford as Knowland, the D-A who prosecuted him, now warden of the prison, consoling him about his father’s death and introducing his fetching daughter-assistant (Dorothy Malone), in Convicted, 1950

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