Harold Daniels

Highest Rated: 63% Desperate Journey (1942)
Lowest Rated: 63% Desperate Journey (1942)
Birthday: Jun 25, 1903
Birthplace: Not Available
Harold Daniels launched his film career in 1936. Confined mostly to low-budget productions, Daniels is best remembered as shifty would-be rapist Jack Farnsworth in the 1940 exploitationer Secrets of a Model. In the late 1940s he switched to directing, helming such drive-in fare as Daughter of the West (1949) and Sword of Venus (1953). Daniel's 1957 production Bayou remained in release for nearly twenty years under the title Poor White Trash. Harold Daniels died during surgery at the reported age of 69.

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Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Foolin' Around Actor 1980
No Score Yet House of the Black Death Director 1965
No Score Yet My World Dies Screaming Director 1958
No Score Yet Bayou Director 1957
No Score Yet Sword of Venus Director 1953
No Score Yet Cowboy G-Men Director 1952
No Score Yet Roadblock Director 1951
No Score Yet Ride 'em Cowboy Reporter 1942
63% Desperate Journey German Soldier 1942
No Score Yet Keep 'em Flying Announcer 1941
No Score Yet Danger on Wheels Male Secretary 1940
No Score Yet Doomed at Sundown Batch 1937
No Score Yet Hollywood Cowboy Hotel Clerk 1937
No Score Yet Trail Dust Lewis, fake Trail Cutter 1936
No Score Yet The Phantom Director

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