BiographyLos Angeles, California, USA
Entering the film business as an editor in 1936, Harry Keller began directing in the late 1940s, and soon was at Republic, specializing in westerns. When that studio folded he went to Universal, directing westerns again, interspersed with some dramas, comedies and war pictures. In the late 1960s he stopped directing films and started producing them, although he did keep his hand in directing TV shows. Read more... one Universal executive said, "Harry Keller's not a bad director, but he's Harry Keller, and Orson Welles is Orson Welles . . . ".