Edgar Ray Kellogg
Born (1905-11-15)November 15, 1905
Died July 5, 1976(1976-07-05) (aged 70)
Nationality American
Known for Director, Producer

Edgar Ray Kellogg (November 15, 1905 - July 5, 1976) was an American film director from Iowa.[1]

During World War II, Kellogg was a US Navy Lieutenant with the O.S.S. Field Photographing Branch[2] where he became acquainted with John Ford.

Following the war Kellogg went to Hollywood working in special effects for 20th Century Fox, eventually heading the unit.[3] He made his debut as a director with The Killer Shrews and The Giant Gila Monster in 1959. Both films would later be parodied in Mystery Science Theater 3000.

He died in Ontario, California of cancer.[1]

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