Hollywood veteran who began his career as a cameraman for International Newsreel and Pathe News. Haskin was head of the Warner Bros. special effects department from 1937 to 1945 and directed several popular science fiction features in the 1950s.
Director (Feature Film)
Cinematography (Feature Film)
Visual Effects (Feature Film)
Misc. Crew (Feature Film)
Film debut, credited for photography, "Broken Chains"
Directed first silent film, "Ginsberg the Great"
Sound film debut, credited for photography, "Caught in the Fog"
First collaboration with Michael Curtiz, credited as director of photography, "The Glad Rag Doll"
Co-directed with Tom Walls first sound film, "Rookery Nook"
Served as head of the Warner Bros special effects department
First special effects credit, "The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex"
Final non-directorial effort, credited for special photographic effects, "Desperate Journey"
Solo directorial debut (sound), "I Walk Alone"
TV debut, directed and created a segment for the network series, "Screen Director's Playhouse"
Served as live action director for the series, "The New Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"
Final feature, directed, "The Power"