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John Howe is a director and producer, known for Why Rock the Boat? (1974), A Star Is Lost! (1974) and The Queen's Plate (1959). See full bio »
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 1978 Strangers at the Door (Short)
 1972 Why I Sing (Documentary)
 1971 A Pleasant Duty (Documentary short)
 1967-1968 N.Y.P.D. (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- The Patriots (1968)
- Money Man (1967)
 1966 Ducks, of Course (Short)
 1964 Gone Curling (Documentary short)
 1964 Portrait of the Artist (Short documentary)
 1963 Jour de mariage (Short documentary)
 1963 The Head Men (Documentary short)
 1963 Three Apprentices (Documentary short)
 1963 Three Grandmothers (Documentary short)
 1963 Trois pays, trois apprentis (Short documentary)
 1963 Trois pays, trois grand-mères (Short documentary)
 1963 Wedding Day (Documentary short)
 1961 Lord Durham (Short)
 1961 Mathematics at Your Fingertips (Short documentary)
 1961 The Test (Short documentary)
 1961 Vote for Michalski (Short)
 1961 Yukon Old, Yukon New (Short documentary)
 1959 Summary Trials (Short documentary)
 1959 The Queen's Plate (Short documentary)
 1958 The Sceptre and the Mace (Short documentary)
 1957 Black and White in South Africa (Short documentary)
 1956 Canada's Air Defence (Short)
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