Lee H. Katzin

  • Lee H. Katzin – Terror Out of the Sky (1978)

    USA1971-1980Lee H. KatzinSci-FiTV
    Terror Out of the Sky (1978)
    Terror Out of the Sky (1978)

    This TV sequel to “The Savage Bees” features more rampaging insects. This time a marching band and a school bus get in the path of the bees.Read More »

  • Lee H. Katzin – Along Came a Spider (1970)

    1961-1970DramaLee H. KatzinUSA

    When Janet Furie’s scientist husband dies during an experiment gone wrong, she suspects that he was murdered by another scientist, Dr. Martin Becker. She hatches a clever revenge plan. By changing her looks and assuming a new identity, she insinuates herself into the life of Dr. Becker, all the while plotting to destroy his life and career. But is Dr. Becker really guilty?Read More »

  • Lee H. Katzin – Savages (1974)

    1971-1980Lee H. KatzinThrillerTVUSA

    A hunting expedition becomes a deadly game of cat-and-mouse when a big-game hunter decides to eliminate the only witness to an accidental shooting: his guide.Read More »

  • Lee H. Katzin – Le Mans (1971)

    1971-1980ActionDramaLee H. KatzinUSA

    Almost in breadth and depth of a documentary, this movie depicts an auto race during the 70s on the world’s hardest endurance course: Le Mans in France. The race goes over 24 hours on 14.5 kilometers of cordoned country road. Every few hours the two drivers per car alternate – but it’s still a challenge for concentration and material. In the focus is the duel between the German Stahler in Ferrari 512LM and the American Delaney in Gulf Team Porsche 917. Delaney is under extraordinary pressure, because the year before he caused a severe accident, in which his friend Lisa’s husband was killed.Read More »

  • Lee H. Katzin & Bernard Girard – What Ever Happened to Aunt Alice? (1969)

    USA1961-1970Bernard GirardCrimeLee H. KatzinMystery

    Not-so-grieving widow Claire Marrable is horrified to hear that her supposedly wealthy husband has apparently left her penniless. But, being a practical (and resourceful) type, she hits on a scheme to keep her in the comfort to which she wishes to become accustomed. Relocating to the Arizona desert, she hires elderly housekeepers with no known relatives (but tidy nest eggs) and sends them to their rewards a bit sooner than they planned. And their remains become mulch for the widow’s growing garden as each is buried under a quickly flourishing sapling.Read More »

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