Director, Byron Haskin, was born Byron Conrad Haskin on Apr 22, 1899 in Portland, OR. Haskin died at the age of 85 on Apr 16, 1984 in Montecito, CA and was laid to rest in Santa Barbara Cemetery in Santa Barbara, CA.
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The Naked Jungle (1954, )By Andrew Wickliffe on Sep 25, 2015 From The Stop Button
If there are faults with The Naked Jungle, ones not the result of having to follow the Hays Code–which the film skirts thanks to Ben Maddow and Ranald MacDougall’s excellent dialogue, Eleanor Parker’s fantastic, intelligent performance and Charlton Heston’s brute force approa... Read full article
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