Hollywood veteran who began his career at United Artists in the mid-1930s. From 1944 most of Golitzen's work was for Universal, where he was made supervising art director in 1960.
Producer (Feature Film)
Art Director (Feature Film)
Feature debut, credited for art direction, "The Call of the Wild"
Feature debut as producer, "Salome - Where She Danced"
First collaboration with Douglas Sirk, as art director, "All I Desire"
Credited for art direction on six films directed by Jack Arnold from 1957-1959, beginning with, "The Incredible Shrinking Man"
Served as art director on Clint Eastwood's directorial debut, "Play Misty For Me"
Last feature credit, "Earthquake"