André De Toth

Born in May 15th, 1915

From Makó, Csanád County, Austria-Hungary (now Hungary)

André De Toth Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. André de Toth (May 15, circa 1912 – October 27, 2002) was a Hungarian-American filmmaker, born and raised in Makó, Csongrád, Kingdom of Hungary Austro-Hungarian Empire. He directed the 3-D film House of Wax, despite being unable to see in 3-D himself, having lost an eye at an early age. He is known for his gritty B movies in the western and crime genres.

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André De Toth Filmography

Spontaneous Combustion Poster
February 23, 1990
El Condor Poster
June 19, 1970
Play Dirty Poster
January 15, 1969
Billion Dollar Brain Poster
December 20, 1967
Morgan, the Pirate Poster
July 6, 1961
Day of the Outlaw Poster
July 1, 1959
The Two-Headed Spy Poster
March 2, 1959