Howard Winchester Hawks (May 30, 1896 – December 26, 1977) was an American film director, producer and screenwriter of the classic Hollywood era. He is popular for his films from a wide range of genres such as Scarface (1932), Bringing Up Baby (1938), Only Angels Have Wings (1939), His Girl Friday (1940), Sergeant York (1941), The Big Sleep (1946), Red River (1948), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953), Rio Bravo (1959), and El Dorado (1967).

In 1975, Hawks was awarded the Honorary Academy Award as “a master American filmmaker whose creative efforts hold a distinguished place in world cinema,” and in 1942 he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Director for Sergeant York.

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Birth Place: Goshen, Indiana, USA on 1896-05-30
Known For: Directing

The Men Who Made the Movies: Howard Hawks
A documentary filmography of Howard Hawks, including lengthy footage of Hawks himself discussing his films and many clips from his best-known pictures.
Release Date: 1973-01-01
Role: Himself

1925 Studio Tour
A tour of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studio in 1925 shows the people who make the movies there, and gives viewers a glimpse at how movies are made.
Release Date: 1925-04-09
Role: Himself

Metropolis Refound
Argentinian film historians find a complete print of Fritz Lang’s “Metropolis” (1927) at Buenos Aires Film Museum and take it to Germany for its restoration.
Release Date: 2010-02-13
Role: Himself

A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies
Martin Scorsese celebrates American movies from the silent classics to the Hollywood of the seventies.
Release Date: 1995-05-21
Role: Himself

The Dawn Patrol
World War I ace Dick Courtney derides the leadership of his superior officer, but he soon promoted to squadron commander and learns harsh lessons about sending subordinates to their deaths.
Release Date: 1930-07-10
Role: German Pilot (Uncredited)