Harry Horner


Director, Production Designer

Biography

Production designer associated with Max Reinhardt who established himself in Hollywood in the 1940s. Horner's few directorial efforts met with only limited success.

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Man from Del Rio (1956)
Director
The Wild Party (1956)
Director
A Life in the Balance (1955)
Director
New Faces (1954)
Director
Vicki (1953)
Director
The Marrying Kind (1952)
2nd Unit Director
Red Planet Mars (1952)
Director
Beware, My Lovely (1952)
Director

Art Director (Feature Film)

Up the Sandbox (1972)
Production Design
Who Is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me? (1971)
Production Design
They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969)
Production Design
The Luck of Ginger Coffey (1964)
Production Design
The Hustler (1961)
Production Design
The Wonderful Country (1959)
Production Design
Separate Tables (1958)
Production Design
Androcles and the Lion (1953)
Production Design
He Ran All the Way (1951)
Production Design
Outrage (1950)
Production Design
Tarzan and the Slave Girl (1950)
Production Design
Born Yesterday (1950)
Production Design
A Double Life (1948)
Production Design
Tarzan's Desert Mystery (1943)
Production Design
Stage Door Canteen (1943)
Prod Designer by
Tarzan Triumphs (1943)
Production Design
Our Town (1940)
Associate Designer

Art Department (Feature Film)

The Heiress (1949)
Prod Designer
Desire Me (1947)
Set Design

Production Designer (Feature Film)

The Jazz Singer (1980)
Production Designer
Strangers: The Story of a Mother and Daughter (1979)
Production Designer
Moment By Moment (1978)
Production Designer
The Driver (1978)
Production Designer
Audrey Rose (1977)
Production Designer
Harry And Walter Go To New York (1976)
Production Designer
The Black Bird (1975)
Production Designer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Beware, My Lovely -- (1952) - Keep The Pot Boiling Thoroughly twisted opening, Robert Ryan as handyman Howard, acting alone, from Beware, My Lovely, 1952, co-starring Ida Lupino, play and screenplay by Mel Dinelli.
Wild Party, The (1956) - No Way Out Excellent beatnik banter from Honey (Kathryn Grant) who's less worried than Erica (Carol Ohmart) about being locked in a warehouse by her thug buddies in The Wild Party, 1956.
Wild Party, The (1956) - Open, Kicks After credits, Nehemiah Persoff (who'll portray the pianist "Kicks") provides hip narration over genuine L-A night-life footage, from The Wild Party, 1956, starring Anthony Quinn and Carol Ohmart.
Wild Party, The (1956) - Two Strangers Ex-football star "Big Tom" Kupfen (Anthony Quinn) squeezes victim-to-be Erica (Carol Ohmart) while Kicks (Nehemiah Persoff) jams with clarinet stalwart Buddy De Franco and band in The Wild Party, 1956.
Man From Del Rio, The (1956) - Count To Three An impressive set-piece opening in a literate, low-budget Western, in the title role, Anthony Quinn, shortly to become a two-time Academy Award winner, carrying himself accordingly, as he confronts two gunfighters, Barry Atwater as “Ritchy,” in The Man From Del Rio, 1956.
Man From Del Rio, The (1956) - Is The Doc Your Man? Top-billed Anthony Quinn (as gunfighter “Robles”), wounded earlier that morning, now flush and intoxicated in reward for having killed a bad guy, comes to pay off second-billed Katy Jurado, as Estella, the town doctor’s aide, who patched him up on account, in The Man From Del Rio, 1956.
Hustler, The (1961) - I Hear You've Been Looking For Me Shooting in the Ames Billiard Academy on Times Square, Minnesota Fats (Jackie Gleason) has made a grand entrance and Eddie (Paul Newman, title character), with partner Charlie (Myron McCormick), confirms that he’s looking for a game, their first meeting, in Robert Rossen’s The Hustler, 1961.
Beware, My Lovely -- (1952) - Who Would I Call? Tormented handyman Howard (Robert Ryan) on his first day at his new gig in a new town, with employer Mrs. Gordon (Ida Lupino), who will regret asking about his troubles, early in Beware, My Lovely, 1952.

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