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  2. Henry Hathaway - Wikipedia

    Henry Hathaway (March 13, 1898 – February 11, 1985) was an American film director and producer. He is best known as a director of Westerns, especially starring Randolph Scott and John Wayne. He directed Gary Cooper in seven films.

  3. Henry Hathaway - IMDb

    Henry Hathaway. Director. Second Unit Director or Assistant Director. Art Department. IMDbPro Starmeter See rank. Henry Hathaway, son of a stage actress and manager, started his career as a child actor in westerns directed by Allan Dwan. His movie career was interrupted by World War I.

  4. Henry Hathaway | American Film Director & Producer | Britannica

    Henry Hathaway, original name Henri Leopold de Fiennes, (born March 13, 1898, Sacramento, California, U.S.—died February 11, 1985, Los Angeles, California), American film director who worked in a number of genres but was perhaps best known for his film noirs and westerns.

  5. Henry Hathaway: His 20 best films - IMDb

    Henry Hathaway: His 20 best films. by cafg-0 | created - 24 Aug 2018 | updated - 16 Apr 2020 | Public. A very good director, who wasn't a master but he made some solid films during the 30's, 40's, 50's and 60's. Refine See titles to watch instantly, titles you haven't rated, etc. Sort by:

  6. Henry Hathaway - Rotten Tomatoes

    Henry Hathaway. Highest Rated: 100% You're in the Navy Now (1951) Lowest Rated: 20% Shootout (1971) Birthday: Mar 13, 1898. Birthplace: Sacramento, California, USA. As the archetypal studio ...

  7. Henry Hathaway: 10 essential films | BFI

    Henry Hathaway: 10 essential films. He dangled Marilyn Monroe over Niagara Falls and took John Wayne to Oscar glory, but have you got a handle on Henry Hathaway? On the 120th anniversary of his birth, we remember 10 of his best films.


    Henry Hathaway, a Hollywood director with a longtime reputation for turning out solid, well-crafted movies, such as ''The Lives of a Bengal Lancer,'' ''The Desert Fox'' and ''True Grit,'' died...