Joseph H. Lewis

Biography

Joseph H. Lewis  (April 6, 1907–August 30, 2000), was an American B-movie film director.

Although he worked with both Béla Lugosi (The Invisible Ghost) and Lionel Atwill in early 1940s horror, he is best known for his work in film noir from the late 40s and the 1950s. His most acclaimed...

22 titles Directing Writing

6.8

Terror in a Texas Town

1958 · Director

6.4

The Halliday Brand

1957 · Director

5.9

7th Cavalry

1956 · Director

6.4

A Lawless Street

1955 · Director

7.4

The Big Combo

1955 · Director

6.4

Cry of the Hunted

1953 · Director

6.6

Retreat, Hell!

1952 · Director

6.1

Desperate Search

1952 · Director

7.7

Gun Crazy

1950 · Director

6.2

A Lady Without Passport

1950 · Director

6.8

The Undercover Man

1949 · Director

6.5

The Return of October

1948 · Director

6.2

The Swordsman

1948 · Director

6.4

So Dark the Night

1946 · Director

6.5

The Falcon in San Francisco

1945 · Director

7.1

My Name Is Julia Ross

1945 · Director

5.2

Minstrel Man

1944 · Director

5.2

The Mad Doctor of Market Street

1942 · Director

5.3

Bombs Over Burma

1942 · Director

5.6

Secrets of a Co-Ed

1942 · Director

5.2

Invisible Ghost

1941 · Director

5.4

Criminals Within

1941 · Director

6.6

Boys of the City

1940 · Director

7.6

Blazing Six Shooters

1940 · Director

7.3

The Return of Wild Bill

1940 · Director

6.5

Texas Stagecoach

1940 · Director

6.9

Pride of the Bowery

1940 · Director

6.8

That Gang of Mine

1940 · Director

6.2

Two-Fisted Rangers

1939 · Director

5.2

The Spy Ring

1938 · Director

5.6

The Gold Racket

1937 · Director

5.9

Navy Spy

1937 · Director

1 titles Directing Writing

5.3

Bombs Over Burma

1942 · Screenplay