Howard Higgin

Birthday: Feb 15, 1891
Birthplace: Not Available
Howard Higgin's first cinematic break came when he received his first screen credit as production assistant for Cecil B. DeMille in 1921. He went on to become a director for DeMille's PDC Film Corporation, and also contributed screenplays to such major silent productions as Clarence Brown's Smouldering Fires (1925). It was Higgin who, in 1931, directed Clark Gable in his first major role in The Painted Desert; coincidentally, he had previously directed Gable's wife-to-be Carole Lombard in several of her formative screen appearances. His directorial career dwindling into quickies like 1932's Hell's House, Howard Higgin returned to screenwriting, notably for a brace of 1936 horror films The Invisible Ray and Revolt of the Zombies.

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0% Revolt of the Zombies Screenwriter 1936
No Score Yet I Conquer the Sea Screenwriter 1936
No Score Yet Hell's House Director 1932
No Score Yet Final Edition Director 1932
No Score Yet The Painted Desert Screenwriter Director 1931
No Score Yet The Racketeer (Love's Conquest) Director 1929
No Score Yet High Voltage Director 1929
No Score Yet The Leatherneck Director 1929
No Score Yet Skyscraper Director 1928
No Score Yet Power Director 1928
No Score Yet Smouldering Fires Screenwriter 1925

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