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films directed by howard w. koch

  • Howard W. Koch is a director of the films Frankenstein 1970, Untamed Youth, Badge 373, The Girl in Black Stockings, born reckless, Shield for Murder, Violent Road, Jungle Heat, The Last Mile, Bop Girl Goes Calypso, Big House, U.S.A. and The Last Mile.
  • Frankenstein 1970
    Frankenstein 1970

    Frankenstein 1970, the 1958 science fiction horror film, starring Boris Karloff and Don 'Red' Barry

  • Untamed Youth
    Untamed Youth
    Untamed Youth

    Untamed Youth, the 1957 American drama film starring Mamie Van Doren and released by Warner Bros

  • Badge 373
    Badge 373
    Badge 373

    Badge 373, the crime thriller film inspired, as, The French Connection, by the life and career of Eddie Egan, here called "Eddie Ryan"

  • The Girl in Black Stockings
    The Girl in Black Stockings
    The Girl in Black Stockings

    The Girl in Black Stockings, the 1957 B-movie mystery film starring Lex Barker, Anne Bancroft and Mamie Van Doren

  • born reckless
    born reckless
    born reckless

    Born Reckless, the 1958 western drama film starring Mamie Van Doren and released through Warner Bros. studios

  • Shield for Murder

    Shield for Murder, the 1954 movie directed by Howard W. Koch and Edmond O'Brien

  • Violent Road

    Violent Road the published adaptation

  • Jungle Heat

    Jungle Heat the film

  • The Last Mile

    The Last Mile, the 1959 movie directed by Howard W. Koch

  • Bop Girl Goes Calypso

    Bop Girl Goes Calypso, the 1957 American United Artists film directed by Howard W. Koch and starring Judy Tyler

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