André De Toth

Born: May 15, 1915, Makó, Csanád County, Austria-Hungary (now Hungary)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. André de Toth (May 15, circa 1912 – October 27, 2002) was a Hungarian-American filmmaker, born and raised in Makó, Csongrád, Kingdom of Hungary Austro-Hungarian Empire. He directed the 3-D film House of Wax, despite being unable to see in 3-D himself, having lost an eye at an early age. He is known for his gritty B movies in the western and crime genres. Description above from the Wikipedia article André de Toth, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Real Name André De Toth
Date of Birth May 15, 1915
Place of Birth Makó, Csanád County, Austria-Hungary (now Hungary)
Age 108

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