Director of such films as:
'Memo for Joe' (1944), 'Child of Divorce' (1946), 'Banjo' (1947), 'So This Is New York' (1948), 'Design for Death' (1948), 'Bodyguard' (1948), 'Make Mine Laughs' (1949), 'Trapped' (1949), 'Follow Me Quietly' (1949), 'The Clay Pigeon' (1949), 'Armored Car Robbery' (1950), 'The Narrow Margin' (1952), 'The Happy Time' (1952), 'Arena' (1953), '20,000 Leagues Under The Sea' (1954), 'Violent Saturday' (1955), 'The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing' (1955), 'Bandido' (1956), 'Between Heaven and Hell' (1956), 'The Vikings' (1958), 'These Thousand Hills' (1959), 'Compulsion' (1959), 'Crack in the Mirror' (1960), 'The Big Gamble' (1961), 'Barabbas' (1962), 'Fantastic Voyage' (1966), 'Doctor Dolittle' (1967), 'The Boston Strangler' (1968), 'Che!' (1969), 'Tora!Tora!Tora!' (1970), '10 Rillington Place' (1971), 'See No Evil' (1971), 'The Last Run' (1971), 'The New Centurians' (1972), 'Soylent Green' (1973), 'The Don is Dead' (1973), 'The Spikes Gang' (1974), 'Mr Majestyk' (1974), 'Mandingo' (1975), 'The Incredible Sarah' (1976), 'Crossed Swords (The Prince and the Pauper- UK title)' (1978), 'Ashanti' (1979), 'The Jazz Singer' (1980), 'Amityville 3-D' (1983), 'Tough Enough' (1983), 'Conan the Destroyer' (1984), 'Red Sonja' (1985), 'Million Dollar Mystery' (1987) and 'Call from Space' (1989).
The following people participated in this documentary.
Actors: Lord Richard Attenborough, Don Murray, Robert Wagner Ernest Borgnine and Charlton Heston
Producers: Richard Zanuck, Walter Seltzer, Robert Chartoff, Leslie Linder and Walter Mirisch
Screenwriter: Edward Anhalt
Composer: Leonard Rosenman
This documentary has been completed and edited. "All rights releases" have been obtained from each of the above people who participated in this documentary.
The above documentary is available for licencing/private viewing on DVD from Henderson’s Film Industries.