Daniel Haller built an impressive career as a director on a variety of films. Haller worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "A Bucket of Blood" (1959) starring Dick Miller, "Diary of a High School Bride" (1959) and "Hot Car Girl" (1958). He also contributed to "I Mobster" (1959), "Machine Gun Kelly" with Charles Bronson (1958) and "Night of the Blood Beast" (1958) starring Michael Emmet. In the sixties, Haller devoted his time to various credits, such as "Bikini Beach" with Frankie Avalon (1964), "Pajama Party" (1964) starring Tommy Kirk and "The Comedy of Terrors" with Vincent Price (1964). He also worked on "The Masque of the Red Death" (1964) starring Vincent Price. Shifting to the small screen in more recent years, Haller directed a number of television programs, including "Rosetti and Ryan" (1977-78), "Walking Tall" (NBC, 1980-81) and "Knight Rider" (NBC, 1982-86). Haller more recently worked on "The Highwayman" (NBC, 1987-88).
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Worked on his first film as a set designer