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Lee H. Katzin (12 April 1935 - 30 October 2002) was born in Detroit, Michigan, United States, and became a TV director in the late 1960s, including episodes for Bonanza, Mission: Impossible and Police Story. He also directed the 1971 movie, Le Mans.

In 1975, he directed the launch episode Breakaway, and other early episodes, of the Gerry Anderson live-action series Space: 1999. He was the creator of the short-lived American science fiction television series Man from Atlantis in 1977 and the following year wrote the pilot episode for a comedy, Zuma Beach with Halloween director John Carpenter, although this was never commissioned as a series. He also directed many episodes of the 1980s television series MacGyver.

He died of cancer in 2002 in Beverly Hills, California.

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