BiographyTrenton, New Jersey, USA
A former stage actor and director, Henry Levin had a long and prolific career in films. Entering the business in 1943 as a dialogue director, he graduated to directing features the next year, and turned out films in just about every genre over the next 36 years. His heyday was in the 1960s, when he turned out several bright and frothy sex comedies, notably If a Man Answers (1962), Come Fly with Me (1963) and Honeymoon Hotel (1964). Although Levin's forte was light comedies, one of his most interesting films was a dark, brooding western with Jack Palance, The Lonely Man (1957). Read more... He finished his career piloting made-for-television movies, and died on the final day of shooting Scout's Honor (1980).