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Lee H. Katzin

Lee H. Katzin


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Director (feature film)

Restraining Order (2000) as Director
A lawyer takes the law into his own hands after his best friend is murdered by the mob he helped to acquit.
Break, The (1995) as Director
A washed-up coach must teach a rookie player on the satellite tennis circuit.
Jake Spanner, Private Eye (1989)
A television movie about two has-been detectives. A private eye is coaxed out of retirement to help rescue the kidnapped granddaughter of a crook he sent to San Quentin 25 years before.
World Gone Wild (1988)
A post-apocalyptic community is in danger of being taken over by a cult leader.
Dirty Dozen, The: The Fatal Mission (1988) as Director
A sequel to the 1967 feature film and several TV movies continuing the adventures of a group of convicted GIs who are reprieved and sent up against Nazi wartime geniuses who are out to establish a new Fourth Reich.
Dirty Dozen: The Deadly Mission, The (1987) as Director
A movie based on characters from the 1967 film "The Dirty Dozen." In this film, a gruff major is assigned to get a group to go on a mission inside occupied France. Once there, they must rescue some scientists and destroy a secret chemical project. The mission seems to be all the more difficult becau
Neighborhood, The (1982)
Residents of a blue-collar neighborhood in the New York borough of Queens become alarmed when several black families move in to change the ethnic make-up. This pilot to a prospective series was filmed on location in Brooklyn in 1979, several years before Howard E. Rollins, Jr., gained celebrity as a
Death Ray 2000 (1981) as Director
The belatedly shown pilot to the short-lived Robert Conrad series, "A Man Called Sloane" (1979-80), has Robert Logan in the role Conrad played, a flamboyant secret agent from UNIT, a secret counter-espionage group, teamed here with lady spy Ann Turkel to retrieve a stolen device capable of destroyin
Samurai (1979)
A young San Francisco lawyer, an assistant district attorney by day, straps on his samurai sword at night to do battle with a power-mad tycoon who is plotting to destroy San Francisco with an earthquake machine, in this pilot for a prospective martial arts series.
Zuma Beach (1978) as Director
A fading rock star goes to the beach on the last day of summer to unwind and forget about her faltering career, only to become involved with the problems of a group of teenagers out for surf and sun. John Carpenter, one of the co-writers, went on to big screen directing (and writing) fame and later
Terror Out Of The Sky (1978)
Two bee specialists and a free-lance pilot go all-out to prevent another invasion force of killer bees in this sequel to "The Savage Bees" (1976) which originally was to have been titled "The Revenge of the Savage Bees."
Relentless (1977)
A taciturn Arizona state trooper pits his Indian skills against modern military combat tactics as he pursues a band of bank robbers who have pulled off a combat-style heist, killed his doting uncle, and taken a ranch woman hostage while withdrawing into the snowy mountains.
Man from Atlantis, The (1977)
A great tidal disturbance deep in the Pacific Ocean unearths the sole survivor of the fabled lost kingdom of Atlantis and washes him ashore. When the Atlantian is brought to the Oceanic Research Foundation in southern California and falls ill, Elizabeth Merrill, a doctor who names him Mark Harris, s
Man From Atlantis (1977)
A science-fiction drama about a water-breathing humanoid, the last survivor of an underwater habitat called Atlantis, and his encounter with earthlings. The subsequent series was short-lived (September-December 1977).
Captive, The: Longest Drive 2, The (1976)
The head of an illegal drug ring uses a women's health spa as a front for his sleeping pill racket.
Quest, The (1976) as Director
Two brothers search the western frontier for their sister who was taken away as a child and is living with Indians in this pilot for the short-lived series (1976-77) that is more than faintly reminiscent of the storyline of John Ford's "The Searchers" (1956). Adding distinction to this movie are an
Sky Hei$t (1975)
A husband and wife team devise an ingenious plan to steal ten million dollars in gold bullion, hijacking a police helicopter as a diversionary tactic.
Last Survivors, The (1975)
This uncredited remake of the Tyrone Power movie "Abandon Ship" (1957) recounts the agony of a ship's officer who must decide which passengers in an overcrowded lifeboat are to be sacrificed so that the majority can survive an approaching typhoon.
Savages (1974)
A wealthy New York attorney, on a western hunting trip, turns into a deranged hunter after accidentally killing an old prospector and then deliberately stalking his young guide to protect his own reputation.
Strange Homecoming (1974)
A small-town sheriff (Glen Campbell in his TV movie debut) is visited for the first time in nearly twenty years by his brother, a thief-turned-killer.
Voyage of the Yes, The (1973)
Two teenagers embark on a 2,600-mile journey from California to Hawaii in a sailboat, battling the elements as well as their own prejudices.
Stranger, The (1973) as Director
A science-fiction thriller about an astronaut's frantic efforts to come home after crashing on Terra, the twin planet of Earth, and finding himself marked for extermination.
Ordeal (1973) as Director
Left to die in the desert by his wife and her lover, an arrogant businessman fights desperately for survival in order to exact his revenge and discovers an inner strength that changes his life.
Visions... (1972)
A clairvoyant professor who alerts Denver police that someone is about to plant a bomb discovers that he is their prime suspect.
The Salzburg Connection (1972) as Director
An American lawyer goes to a small, picturesque city in Austria for a vacation. But he soon finds himself enmeshed in a case of international intrigue lalong with neo-Nazis and spies who are all after a chest that contains the identities of Nazi war criminals and collaborators.
Le Mans (1971) as Director
During a deadly endurance race, a driver faces the trauma of a past accident.
The Phynx (1970) as Director
A rock band tours to Albania to rescue kidnapped American stars.
What Ever Happened to Aunt Alice? (1969) as Director
A woman signs on as housekeeper in the home where her friend disappeared.
Heaven With a Gun (1969) as Director
A gunslinger-turned-preacher is forced to return to his old ways.
Hondo And The Apaches (1967) as Director
A frontier scout fights off Indians and corrupt settlers.
Ride Beyond Vengeance (1966) as Assistant Director
After being tortured and robbed of his savings, a buffalo hunter sets out to exact violent revenge on the men who branded him.
Three Blondes in His Life (1961) as Assistant Director

Film Production - Main (feature film)

Five Bold Women (1960) as Prod coord

Director (special)

Hardcase (1981)
A pilot about Grover Harding Case, nicknamed "Hardcase," a tough police lieutenant with the New Orleans Police Department. Hardcase defies departmental rules and regulations to apprehend the ex-con who killed his partner.
McLaren's Riders (1977) as Director
The story of Sam Downing and T. Wood, two highly trained policemen and members of the McLaren Project, a federal law-enforcement program that assists understaffed small-town police departments around the country. In the pilot episode, Downing and Wood assist Sheriff Bill Willett in his investigation

Director (TV Mini-Series)


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