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Hall Bartlett

Highest Rated:   100% The Paleface (1948)
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Yale alumnus Hall Bartlett set up his own film production company in 1952. His first feature film, Navajo, was a well-received contemporary docudrama, filmed on location at a Southwestern Navajo reservation. Bartlett himself appeared in the film as a white schoolteacher. His next project was Crazylegs (1953), a romanticized biopic of gridiron star Elroy "Crazylegs" Hirsch (played by Hirsch himself). Hirsch went on to co-star in the next Hall Bartlett Production, Unchained, another semi-documentary, this one set at a progressive California correctional institution. Bartlett co-directed his next film, 1957's Drango, and that same year wrote and directed the embryonic disaster-in-the-air film Zero Hour (again with "Crazylegs" Hirsch in the cast). After a decade's worth of virtuosity, Bartlett settled into conventional filmmaking in the 1960s. In 1973, he scored a box-office success with his cinemazation of the best-selling novel Jonathan Livingston Seagull. From 1966 through 1971, Hall Bartlett was married to actress Rhonda Fleming, who, intriguingly enough, never appeared in any of her husband's films.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Love Is Forever
  • Producer
  • Screenwriter
  • Director
1983
No Score Yet The Children of Sanchez
  • Screenwriter
  • Director
  • Producer
1978
11% Jonathan Livingston Seagull
  • Screenwriter
  • Producer
  • Director
1973
No Score Yet Changes
  • Screenwriter
  • Director
  • Producer
1969
No Score Yet Sol Madrid
  • Producer
1968
No Score Yet A Global Affair
  • Producer
1964
No Score Yet The Caretakers
  • Screenwriter
  • Director
  • Producer
1963
No Score Yet All the Young Men
  • Screenwriter
  • Director
  • Producer
1960
No Score Yet Zero Hour!
  • Screenwriter
  • Producer
  • Director
1957
No Score Yet Drango
  • Producer
  • Director
  • Screenwriter
1957
100% The Paleface
  • Handsome Cowboy
1948

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