Phil Karlson Movies List

Phil Karlson
Phil Karlson
02-07-1908
Chicago, Illinois
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Director Phil Karlson Filmography

Showing 1 to 10 of 37 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 37 movies
Framed
Framed ( English )
Director: Phil Karlson
Music Director: Patrick Williams
Released Date: 01-08-1975
Walking Tall
Walking Tall ( English )
Director: Douglas Fowley
Released Date: 22-02-1973
Ben
Ben ( English )
Director: Phil Karlson
Music Director: Walter Scharf
Released Date: 23-06-1972
Hornet's Nest
Hornet's Nest ( English )
Director: Phil Karlson
Music Director: Ennio Morricone
Released Date: 09-09-1970
The Wrecking Crew
The Wrecking Crew ( English )
Director: Phil Karlson
Music Director: Hugo Montenegro
Released Date: 17-01-1969
A Time for Killing
A Time for Killing ( English )
Music Director: Phil Karlson
Released Date: 01-08-1967
The Silencers
The Silencers ( English )
Director: Phil Karlson
Music Director: Elmer Bernstein
Released Date: 18-02-1966
Ride the Wild Surf
Ride the Wild Surf ( English )
Artist: Shelley Fabares , Peter Brown , Barbara Eden , Tab Hunter , Susan Hart
Director: Don Taylor , Phil Karlson
Music Director: Stu Phillips
Released Date: 01-01-1964
Kid Galahad
Kid Galahad ( English )
Director: Phil Karlson
Music Director: Jeff Alexander
Released Date: 29-11-1962
The Secret Ways
The Secret Ways ( English )
Director: Phil Karlson
Music Director: John Williams
Released Date: 01-04-1961
Showing 1 to 10 of 37 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 37 movies

Phil Karlson Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Phil Karlson (July 2, 1908, Chicago, Illinois – December 12, 1985, Los Angeles, California) was a film director known for his no-nonsense film noirs. Karlson directed 99 River Street, Kansas City Confidential and Hell's Island all with actor John Payne in the early 1950s. Other films include Rocky (1948), The Phenix City Story (1955), 5 Against the House (1955) and The Young Doctors (1961). Phil Karlson was the son of popular Irish actress Lillian O'Brien. He studied painting at Chicago's Art Institute, and law, at his father's request, at Loyola Mary

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