No photo available. Represent Nathan Juran? Add or change photos at IMDbPro
STARmeter
SEE RANK
Down 13,663 this week

Nathan Juran (1907–2002)

Austrian-born Nathan Juran was a professional architect before entering the film industry as an art director in 1937. He won an Academy Award for art direction on How Green Was My Valley (1941). World War II interrupted his film career, and he spent his war years with the OSS. Returning to Hollywood, he turned to directing films in the 1950s. He ... See full bio »

The Best Movies and Shows in September

From Ana de Armas in a Marilyn Monroe biopic to a new Star Wars series, here are the best movies and series to watch in September.

See the IMDb Editors' picks

IMDb's Top 50 TV Dramas

From "Better Call Saul" to "Severance," take a look at the 50 best drama series today, according to IMDb users. How many of these shows have you seen?

See the full list

New & Upcoming Sequels, Prequels, and Spin-Offs

From new Avatar sequels to "Game of Thrones" spin-off "House of the Dragon," these are the most anticipated sequels, prequels, and spin-offs on IMDb.

See the full list

On Prime Video

User Lists

Related lists from IMDb users

a list of 2137 people
created 05 Apr 2013
 
a list of 805 people
created 4 months ago
 
a list of 7140 people
created 04 Feb 2016
 
a list of 598 people
created 27 Jan 2021
 
a list of 1001 people
created 08 Mar 2016
 

Do you have a demo reel?

Add it to your IMDb page

How Much Have You Seen?

How much of Nathan Juran's work have you seen?

User Polls

Won 1 Oscar. Another 1 win & 2 nominations. See more awards »

Known For

(1958)
(1941)
Harvey Art Director
(1950)

Filmography

Hide Hide Show Show Director (38 credits)
 1973 The Boy Who Cried Werewolf (as Nathan H. Juran)
 1965-1970 Daniel Boone (TV Series) (29 episodes)
- Israel and Love (1970)
- The Homecoming (1970)
- Noblesse Oblige (1970)
- Perilous Passage (1970)
 1968-1970 Land of the Giants (TV Series) (5 episodes)
- Nightmare (1970)
- Land of the Lost (1969)
- The Clones (1969)
- Deadly Pawn (1969)
- Ghost Town (1968)
 1969 Land Raiders (as Nathan H. Juran)
 1965-1968 Lost in Space (TV Series) (13 episodes)
- Target: Earth (1968)
 1967 The Time Tunnel (TV Series) (4 episodes)
- Billy the Kid (1967)
 1965-1966 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (TV Series) (3 episodes)
- Deadly Invasion (1966)
 1965-1966 A Man Called Shenandoah (TV Series) (6 episodes)
- The Clown (1966)
- The Imposter (1966)
- Run, Killer, Run (1966)
- The Reward (1965)
 1964 East of Sudan
 1959-1960 Men Into Space (TV Series) (4 episodes)
- Verdict in Orbit (1960)
- Earthbound (1960)
- Edge of Eternity (1959)
 1959 World of Giants (TV Series) (4 episodes)
- The Smugglers (1959)
- The Pool (1959)
- Feathered Foe (1959)
- Gambling Story (1959)
 1959 Frances Langford Presents (TV Series)
 1958 Attack of the 50 Foot Woman (as Nathan Hertz)
 1957 The Brain from Planet Arous (as Nathan Hertz)
 1956 The Three Musketeers (TV Series)
 1956 Crossroads (TV Series) (6 episodes)
- God's Healing (1956)
- Anatole of the Bayous (1956) ... (as Jerry Juran)
- Deadly Fear (1956)
- The Rebel (1956) ... (as Jerry Juran)
 1955 My Friend Flicka (TV Series) (5 episodes)
- Act of Loyalty (1955)
- Rogue Stallion (1955)
- A Case of Honor (1955)
- One Man's Horse (1955)
 1955 The Crooked Web (as Nathan Hertz Juran)
 1955 Fury (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Scorched Earth (1955)
- The Horse Coper (1955)
 1954 The Big Moment (Short) (as Jerry Juran)
 1953 Tumbleweed
 1953 Law and Order
 1953 Gunsmoke
Show Show Art director (29 credits)
Show Show Writer (5 credits)
Show Show Producer (2 credits)
Show Show Additional Crew (2 credits)
Show Show Thanks (2 credits)
Show Show Self (1 credit)
Edit

Personal Details

Publicity Listings:

2 Interviews | See more »

Alternate Names:

Nathan Hertz | Jerry Juran | Nathan H. Juran | Nathan Hertz Juran

Spouse:

Catherine Juran  (his death)  (1 child) | See more »
Edit

Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

[on the loyal worldwide fan following for his films] That's very gratifying. It gives me a good feeling. When I was in the picture business, we didn't have home video. I always felt that my movies were temporary. They were just pieces of celluloid. You couldn't eat them. You couldn't sleep in them. You couldn't use them in any practical way. So, I never really took the picture business too ... See more »

Nickname:

Nathan Hertz See more »

Contribute to This Page



Recently Viewed