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R.L. Hough (1894–1985)

R.L. Hough was born on June 15, 1894 in Kentucky, USA as Robert Lee Hough. He was a production manager and assistant director, known for The Silent Witness (1932), Girl-Shy Cowboy (1928) and Good Intentions (1930). He died on August 11, 1985 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Silent Witness
Girl-Shy Cowboy
Girl-Shy Cowboy Director
Good Intentions
Good Intentions Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Wild West Romance


Hide Hide Show Show Production manager (23 credits)
 1953 Destination Gobi (assistant production manager - uncredited)
 1952 Stars and Stripes Forever (assistant production manager - uncredited)
 1952 Monkey Business (production manager - uncredited)
 1952 Les Miserables (unit production manager)
 1951 The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel (production manager - uncredited)
 1951 The Secret of Convict Lake (assistant production manager - uncredited)
 1950 Under My Skin (production manager - uncredited)
 1949 Twelve O'Clock High (production manager - uncredited)
 1949 Everybody Does It (production manager)
 1949 House of Strangers (production manager - uncredited)
 1949 The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend (production manager - uncredited)
 1948 The Walls of Jericho (production manager - uncredited)
 1948 Fury at Furnace Creek (assistant production manager)
 1944 Wilson (production manager - uncredited)
 1944 Home in Indiana (production manager - uncredited)
 1944 Buffalo Bill (production manager - uncredited)
 1944 The Purple Heart (production manager - uncredited)
 1944 The Lodger (production manager - uncredited)
 1944 Lifeboat (production manager - uncredited)
 1943 The Dancing Masters (production manager - uncredited)
 1933 Walls of Gold (unit manager)
 1933 My Lips Betray (unit manager - uncredited)
 1933 Hot Pepper (unit business manager - uncredited)
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Show Show Director (3 credits)
Show Show Art department (1 credit)
Show Show Location management (2 credits)
Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (1 credit)
Show Show Self (3 credits)

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Alternate Names:

Lefty Hough | R. Lee Hough

Did You Know?


Robert L. "Lefty" Hough was interviewed by Kevin Brownlow for the documentary series on the silent film era "Hollywood"(1980).



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