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Born in Detroit, Michigan, USA
Died in Beverly Hills, California, USA  (cancer)
Birth NameLee Henry Katzin

Mini Bio (1)

Lee H. Katzin started directing features in the late 1960s. Turning to made-for-television movies, he became one of the busiest directors in that genre, churning out a slew of mostly routine fodder. Every so often, however, one would rise above the rest: Along Came a Spider (1970) is a tense, gritty murder mystery, and The Quest (1976) is a lively, beautifully shot, well paced and hugely enjoyable western, enlivened by rollicking performances from Brian Keith, Cameron Mitchell and Keenan Wynn.

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His two most famous credits directing in the cinema were, in fact, films where he replaced a previous director - Bernard Girard on "Whatever Happened To Aunt Alice?" and John Sturges on "Le Mans".

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