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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 Fury at Furnace Creek (1948), Les Miserables (1952) and Everybody Does It (1949). He died on August 11, 1985 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Fury at Furnace Creek
Fury at Furnace Creek Production Manager
Les Miserables
Les Miserables Production Manager
Everybody Does It
Everybody Does It Production Manager
Four Sons
Four Sons Second Unit Director or Assistant Director


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 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 Location management (2 credits)
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Personal Details

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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